The Only Orthopedic Neck Pillow Designed to Relieve Symptoms of a Tension Headache.
Tension headaches can have various causes, but one common culprit is muscle tension and trigger points in the neck. The suboccipital muscles, located at the base of the skull, are often responsible for this type of headache. These muscles can become tense and tender due to eye strain, poor ergonomics due to overuse of technology, teeth grinding, and trauma. The resulting pain is often described as a band around the head or above the eyes.
Through proper use, MyJet Luxopedic Pillow provides the perfect head and neck support to relieve the built-up tension causing your headaches effectively.
- Our patented Advanced Bracing Technology works like your spine by holding your head up and allowing your spine to rest. Lying back on your MyJet Luxopedic Pillow for just 15 minutes a day, even when you aren't experiencing symptoms of a tension headache, is a great way to prevent future symptoms.
- Built-in temperature control allows you to use cold therapy to help reduce acute muscle spasms or warm therapy for chronic muscle spasms.
- The internal air bladder returns the normal curvature in the neck lost from poor ergonomics dues to technology and staring at so many screens.
- A natural medicated muscle cream (i.e., Croyderm ) applied to the base of the neck and shoulders helps expedite recovery.
Common causes of Tension Headaches
Stress is one of the most common causes of tension headaches. When we experience stress, our muscles tend to tense up, especially in the neck and scalp area, leading to a tension headache.
Poor posture can also cause tension headaches. For example, when we sit or stand in a slouched position, it puts a strain on our neck and shoulder muscles, leading to tension headaches.
Staring at a computer screen or reading for an extended period can cause eye strain, leading to tension headaches.
Dehydration can cause headaches, including tension headaches. When we don't drink enough water, it can lead to muscle tension and headaches.
Lack of sleep
Lack of sleep can cause tension headaches. When we don't get enough sleep, our muscles don't get the rest they need, leading to muscle tension and headaches.
Consuming too much caffeine can cause tension headaches. Caffeine is a stimulant that can cause muscle tension and headaches.
Jaw-clenching or teeth grinding
Jaw clenching or teeth grinding can cause tension headaches. When we clench our jaw or grind our teeth, it strains our jaw muscles, leading to tension headaches.