Dolphin Massager BD/ Dolphin Body Massager is a powerful handheld massager. It is designed to stimulate pressure points and relaxes stiff nerves and muscles. Dolphin massager consequently, vibrates away muscle knots, and releases sustained toxins. You will feel immediate relief after only a short time treatment. This Dolphin Massager BD stimulates nerve ends by Reflexology Therapy using infrared.
· Massager with Infrared Light.
· Stimulates Nerve Ends By Reflexology Therapy
· With speed adjusting function
· Strong and vigorous beating function. h
· Streamlined design, light and nice
· 3 attachment options for massaging different parts of the body.
BENEFITS (Dolphin Massager BD)
· Promotes blood circulation and body metabolism
· Applicable for physiotherapy of all the parts of the body
· Dolphin style can massage every part of our body
· Reduces pains caused by fatigue or rheumatism
· Eliminates spasm in the shoulder and Lower Back
· Relaxes the muscles and eliminates pain caused by rigorous sporting activity
· Relaxes muscles from tiredness and the pain of nerve
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Dolphin is a common name of aquatic mammals within the infraorder Cetacea. The term dolphin usually refers to the extant families Delphinidae (the oceanic dolphins), Platanistidae (the Indian river dolphins), Iniidae (the New World river dolphins), and Pontoporiidae (the brackish dolphins), and the extinct Lipotidae (baiji or Chinese river dolphin). There are 40 extant species named as dolphins.
Dolphins range in size from the 1.7 m (5.6 ft) long and 50 kg (110 lb) Maui’s dolphin to the 9.5 m (31 ft) and 10 t (11 short tons) killer whale. Several species exhibit sexual dimorphism, in that the males are larger than females. They have streamlined bodies and two limbs that are modified into flippers. Though not quite as flexible as seals, some dolphins can travel at 55.5 km/h (34.5 mph). Dolphins use their conical shaped teeth to capture fast moving prey. They have well-developed hearing which is adapted for both air and water and is so well developed that some can survive even if they are blind. Some species are well adapted for diving to great depths. They have a layer of fat, or blubber, under the skin to keep warm in the cold water.