facexer.exerciser@gmail.com EXERCISER/MASSAGER FOR HEAD, FACE, NECK and HAND MUSCLES,BONES, CONNECTIVE TISSUE, SKIN. No batteries, wires, electromagnetic or other harmful fields or moving parts. The method of exercising with FACEXER is a tangible natural resource to maintain health, youth, energy and mood in a great condition, utilizing exercises for face, head and neck muscles. FACEXER has been developed to keep the facial bones, muscles, skin / breathing/digestive systems/ brain at a good working stage.
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Hand and finger exercising tool for improving fine motor skills - FACEXER.

Hand and finger exercising tool for improving fine motor skills - FACEXER.

Hand and finger exercising tool for improving fine motor skills - FACEXER.  Fine motor skills require the use of skeletal, muscular and neurological functions. Unlike large (gross) motor skills, which involve walking, rolling over or running, fine motor skills are small and more precise movements. Fine motor control of the hands is essential for performing precise, coordinated movements, such as drawing, zipping, picking up coins or writing. Fine motor skills develop more slowly than large motor skills and can take a lot of practice to develop during early childhood. Fine motor skills are very important because they have a lasting...

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FACEXER Works As a Very Gentle Exfoliant, So It's Perfect For Sensitive Skin.

FACEXER Works As a Very Gentle Exfoliant, So It's Perfect For Sensitive Skin.

The definition of "exfoliation" is: to remove dead skin cells from surface of the skin. Our skin is the largest and it's outer surface layer is one of the youngest organ of the body. Upper layer of the skin - epidermis - renew every two to four  weeks. Dead cells are constantly shed and replaced by young cells from the lower layers of skin. This rapid turnover occurs because skin is the body's outer protection and is exposed to sun, pollution and injury. Despite this constant renewal, we still get wrinkles as we get older. That's because the skin loses...

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Allergy? Simple Exercises to Get Rid of a Stuffy Nose Immediately.

Allergy? Simple Exercises to Get Rid of a Stuffy Nose Immediately.

Itchy or red eyes, runny nose, fullness in the ears, pressure in the sinuses and overall fatigue - maybe it is an allergy. Both nasal and eye allergies can be caused by outdoor allergens, such as pollen, and indoor allergens, like pet dander, dust mites and mold.  You must remove the allergen completely from your environment to stay safe and live well.  Regular physical activity helps to decrease allergy symptoms by improving blood flow in your body, which promotes the removal of allergens. You will feel relief after the very first set of the following four exercises.  After the third...

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Time Efficient Workout For Busy Workers.

Time Efficient Workout For Busy Workers.

3-minute time efficient exercising strategy promotes your muscle growth for the next few hours after exercise.      Do you feel that your exercise life became inconsistent and guilt-ridden?     How to prompt the optimal metabolic response— the “afterburn” effect of continued calorie consumption - for up to 3-4 hours after an exercising session?    Nitric Oxide - a small molecule of gas, generated by lining of our blood vessels can help to solve these problems. Nitric Oxide was named A Molecule of the Year in 1992 for its versatility in heart health.  Nitric Oxide is released by our body during...

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Spreading Dysphagia Awareness.

dysphagia prevention swallowing desorders

Spreading Dysphagia Awareness.

Undiagnosed or under-diagnosed dysphagia is a major, preventable, contributor to repeat hospital admissions (Kind et al., 2011)      "Admissions to hospital for malnutrition have tripled in a decade, according to official figures which campaigners described as a shocking indicator of problems in wider society. A rising number of elderly patients are being hospitalised after going hungry, the data suggests. It comes amid concern that help with everyday living is being stripped back as the elderly care system crumbles....Dementia can also contribute to malnutrition because patients often have difficulty swallowing, Mr Bottery said. There are 850,000 people with the condition in...

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