1) Know Yourself: First and foremost you have to understand your needs and what results or benefits do you want from a massage chair. Do you have back problems, neck problems, poor circulation or a lower back problem? What type of massage techniques are right for you? Kneading, Rolling, Tapping, Shiatsu, Swaying, etc.? Do you want a foot massage? Do you want full lower body massage capability? Also, how tall are you? Are other potential users taller or shorter than you? You will want to find a chair that fits best for those who will use it the most. Also, keep in mind that you may be very sensitive to getting massages at first, but in time you will become more used to it. If you are looking longer term, you may want a strong massage chair and use extra pads to start. You can remove the pads later for a stronger massage. First think through what your current needs are but also your longer term needs.
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