Review - healthEAR Acupressure Therapy Device Will Help Kick Those Bad Habits for Good

5/5 - (1 vote)

healthEARThanksgiving has come and gone and now the reality of the holiday season is quickly setting my waistline.  I've learned a long time ago that your weight is predominantly determined by how many calories you consume, but when those holiday cravings and temptations are staring you in the face and you feel your tummy rumble, it's often hard to walk away.

In order to stick to your dietary goals, you could turn to diet pills to help curb your cravings, but I think those pills are dangerous and I don't want to have to rely on a method like that. So is there any way to battle the holiday feasting or are we all doomed to gain 5-10 unwanted pounds each season?

Thankfully, healthEAR has created a safe and noninvasive way to curb some of our worst habits, from overeating to smoking, with a custom acupressure therapy device you wear in your ear.

I reviewed the Appetite Control Acupressure Therapy Device from healthEAR, which retails for $69.99.

Break Your Bad Habits Once and for All with Acupressure Therapy

I've been trying to lose my last 10 pounds for what seems like forever and the last thing I want to do is add any weight to this number.  But when those late night cravings come my way, it's not always the easiest thing to turn down.  Now, with the healthEAR acupressure therapy device, I have a little extra ammo in my weight loss arsenal which will help me stick to my diet.

In acupressure therapy, stimulation of acupoints is achieved by applying pressure to the patient’s body in a non-invasive manner (e.g., without breaking the skin). This is accomplished by applying a massage-like pressure to a patient’s skin using beads, nodules, or even by hand. HealthEAR devices leverage auricular therapy by placing nodules at specific acupressure points to achieve healthier results.

healthEAR Acupuncture Therapy Device

The healthEAR Appetite Control Device has three primary acupoints:

  • Stomach Point for appetite control
  • Endocrine Point for increased metabolism
  • Mouth Point for oral fixation and appetite control

In addition to the primary points, two secondary points are added based on answers to the patient questionnaire for a total of five acupoints:

  • Large Intestine Point to fight constipation and increase regularity and/or
  • Heart Point for shortness of breath and excessive sweating  and/or
  • Esophagus Point for hunger

Using this device is extremely easy too.  Simply place it in your right ear about 30 minutes before you eat or anytime you're feeling a craving you'd like to resist.  I've used the appetite control device from healthEAR for about a week now and can definitely notice a difference when wearing it.  I'm just not as hungry as I was before and it's helped me successfully back away from those unhealthy cravings, while giving me time to prepare a healthier option instead.

The great thing is, healthEAR also has acupressure therapy devices for nicotine cravings, insomnia relief and stress/anxiety relief too.  When you order one of these devices, you'll first receive a putty-like substance that you will create your custom mold with.  After you make two molds, you will answer a short questionnaire and then send everything back to healthEAR.  They then place the acupressure nodules onto the best mold, according to your specific needs and ear pattern, and then ship it back to you right away.

If you'd like to resist the temptations and stress of the holiday season, look to healthEAR's acupressure therapy devices for a noninvasive, drug-free way to achieve your goals and start off 2013 with a happier, healthier YOU!  :thumbs up:

4.5 Star Product Review
Disclosure:  I received an Appetite Control Device from healthEAR in order to facilitate my review. No other compensation was received. This product review is based on my own personal experiences with this item and is completely honest and objective.

I'm a former 7th grade Science teacher turned stay-at-home mom that lives in Houston, Texas. I am married to my college sweetheart and have a beautiful daughter named Riley, who definitely keeps me on my toes! I am also involved in starting a small business which would both manufacture and sell an invention that I've patented, called Toothpaste 2 Go. I love interacting with my readers and hope to learn as much about you as you learn about me!

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