However, I am still in some pain. Pain that comes from
sadness that is. You see, I constantly see people torturing themselves everyday. But
that's not what is making me unhappy. The part that really gets me depressed is that they
have accepted this torture as a part of their daily life.
The information age has brought us incredible benefits. The ability to share knowledge
and data, at levels we now take for granted, is unparalleled in history. But at the same
time, it has also brought with it unprecedented cases of eyestrain, headaches, neck
pain, stress and tension.
This site is unlike any other you will find on the subject of pain relief on the
Internet. You will discover a unique, new approach that has been called
"The best kept secret of the pain relief world". But the most
interesting part is you won't have to take mine or anyone else's word for it. You alone
will be the sole judge as you understand and experience everything FIRST HAND. I ask only
one small favor, please completely read this page to the end and do not skip
through any sections. Otherwise, you may let a treasure slip through your
I have designed this site to help you finally fight back and find out what works best
- computer eyestrain
- tension headaches
- neck pains
- tired, fatigued eyes
- cluster headaches
- stiff neck
- facial tension
- sinus pressure pain
- sore neck
- stress & tension
- allergy discomforts
- upper & lower neck pain
- head colds
- congested nasal passages
- wrinkles reduction
- skin & muscle tone
- aches & pains
We have tried them all; herbs, medications, drugs, masseurs, magnets, pain killers,
meditation, mind exercises, crystals, sitting postures, rest, sleep, new-age, old-age,
massages, acupressure, reflexology. From conventional to unconventional, from simple to
complex and from common to crazy.
Did you know over 90% of adults and teenagers get eyestrain/headaches/neck pain
severe enough to interfere with their workplace and recreation activities.
Human eyes were intended for efficient viewing at a distance. Human bodies were meant
to be active. But look what has happened. The incredible growth of computers and now the
Internet has most of us focused just inches away from a monitor for several
hours a day! I am not suggesting that computers themselves are to blame. They are a
fact of life and are here to stay.
|But it is important for you and your family to be concerned about the possible
health symptoms linked to prolonged computer use and our increasingly accelerated
Though no one likes to admit it, evidence pointing to a connection
between health hazards and working in front of computers is mounting strongly. Tell me
something, do any or all of the following symptoms look familiar to you:
- Throbbing neck pain?
- Pressure around sinuses and temples?
- Clenched facial muscles?
- Strained shoulders?
- Itching and burning eyes?
- Vision discomfort?
- Flickering or flashing sensations?
- Blurred or double vision?
The amount of stress related symptoms computers have brought to our eyes are
phenomenal. And things are not likely to improve. It is reaching epidemic proportions.
Computer usage is going to keep growing at an exponential rate and so to with it the
number of cases of eyestrain, headaches and neck pain.
It is projected that the number of Internet users will increase to over 100 million in
less than four years, and over one billion within eight years. This is not a fad that will
eventually go away. It is the start of the next human revolution that will affect the way
you and your family plays, lives and works for the rest of your lives.
"Convergence" is the latest buzzword and it is rapidly upon us. TV's,
telephones, Internet access, web-browsing, emailing, faxing, videoconferencing and
computing are all coming together with startling speed. No one yet knows just how it will
all impact our lives, but one thing is certain:
Can you say eye - head - face - neck - stress overload!
All this is in the name of productivity and efficiency - which is fine - but
somewhere along the way it impacts on your health and that cannot be tolerated. You need
to do something about it now, before it is too late.
Quality of Life
Even worst than the actual physical discomfort is the subsequent effect it has on the quality
of your life. Do you want to spend your life encountering and fighting:
- Neck pain?
- Mental fatigue?
- Tension and Stress?
- Frayed nerves?
- Loss of sleep?
- Feeling "phased out"?
- Lack of concentration?
- Feeling of being caught in the "rat race"?
- Never being at ease?
Life is just too short and precious to be spent being
a slave to these factors (though we have no choice most times). Even if you don't spend
much time in front of computers, you may still suffer from these or other regular symptoms
of stress and tension that are associated with today's hectic lifestyles.
So, if you are determined to conquer your pains, stress and tension once and for all,
let's get started...