A Review on Zero Gravity & Full Body Massage Chairs

We are starting to see a new term for massage chairs growing in use. Manufacturers are now calling their massage chairs zero gravity. But what actually does zero gravity mean? I certainly don’t expect to be floating weightless in a massage chair. Although, the concept of a floating chair sounds quite intriguing to me. We will explore what is meant by a zero gravity massage chair. Zero gravity is termed used to describe an environment in which there is no gravity. Gravity is a force derived from the mass of an object. Each object has a certain gravitational pull towards it. Once you are beyond the range of the gravitational pull of any objects, then you are in a zero gravity environment. When we think of zero gravity we usually think of astronauts. The astronauts are seen floating about and their spacecraft. They are able to maneuver in practically every direction.
Sometimes it is hard to see what is up and what is down in this type of environment. How did a zero gravity chair come about? Well, one of the challenges of space travel is to escape the gravitational pull of the Earth. In order for a rocket to get to outer space, it must overcome the force of gravity from the earth itself. This requires a tremendous amount of thrust to escape from this tremendous force. The astronauts when they launch their rocket must bear a tremendous amount of force. Minimizing the wear and tear on the astronauts was an important consideration. It was soon found that if an astronaut was in a fully recline position, then there was less stress put upon them during takeoff. One of the critical breakthroughs for the astronauts was assuming what later became known as the zero gravity position.Find Out More at Zero Gravity & Full Body Massage Chairs  website

Normally, the rocket would be standing straight up and the astronaut would be sitting in a reclined position parallel to the earth. It was found that this position would better distribute the astronauts weight during the forces of takeoff. This became the standard takeoff position for astronauts. It is now known as the zero gravity position. This helps the astronauts to endure the rapid increase in gravitational force. This enabled the weight of the astronaut to be more evenly distributed across their body to absorb these extra forces of takeoff.

Another form of zero gravity is putting the legs above the level of the heart. This position is normally used to help reduce swelling and assist with blood flow in the legs. This same position can also be achieved by lying on the couch and propping your legs up with a pillow. However, a motorized recline mechanism is much more convenient. So there you have it, the mystery to zero gravity massage chairs has been revealed. Many people who have tried these zero gravity chairs say they enjoy this position. Others have not been so impressed. It is really a matter of opinion as to what may be of benefit to you. Check out some of these latest zero gravity massage chairs and see what you think.