This passive exercise machine is no usual circulation machine as there are no electrical shocks to the legs and no physical effort is required which may be hard to keep up if you have a disability.
HappyLegs moves your legs in a walking motion using an extremely quiet motor which allows you to use it at home, work, or travelling without disturbing your current activity.
This seated exercise aid is perfect for anyone with the following; Swollen legs, ankles or knees, Vascular Ulcers, Diabetic neuropathy, Joint and muscular problems, Thrombosis (DVT), Arthritis disease and many others.
It's extremely easy to use; just place your feet on the comfortable foot plates and use the remote control to start!
The vibration free foot plates provide alternating movement of your feet and legs stimulating your muscles and sole sponge to help increase your blood circulation.
The device has been manufactured and patented using highly advanced technology. It has been through 10,000 hours of non-stop simulator tests to test the quality and durability of the product.
Just 30 minutes a day can make a big difference to help improve vital blood circulation.
See the video below which demonstrates how the product works and explains the benefits of the product.
Recommendations and Studies:
Dr Jorge Ullo (Dr or Cardiology) has been recommending Happlylegs to his patients for years, especially those over 65, because at this age it is not advisable to cycle owing to knee problems and the treadmill, which besides being very expensive, take up too much room.
Mr Gonzalez from ZonasCardio recommends both Happylegs and the massager ‘Manos Sanas’ since both exercise the extremities and stimulate circulation, thus leading to a reduction in cardiovascular diseases.’
Study carried out by Dr M.A Santos Gaston (Vascular Surgeon – Plebologist) concludes that the Happlylegs device ‘will be of great benefit to all those who lead a sedentary lifestyle, who suffer from chronic venous insufficiency or varicose veins, who suffer from classic venous ailments, and finally those who have insufficient calf venous pumping, which is often the cause of thrombosis.