Author Archives: Ray Gruenfelder
iHome Launches Two New “Made For Amazon” Speaker Docks That Transform Amazon’s Newly Announced Echo Input Into Powerful Music Systems With Added Features
The iAV2v2 brings the new Echo Input to the bedside with a large LED clock and USB charging ports; the iAV5v2 allows users to take their Echo Input with them wirelessly from room to room and out on the deck, features powerful stereo sound, Bluetooth audio and a sleek color changing body
iHome, the leader in award-winning speakers, portable devices and smart home control solutions, today announces that it has created the perfect companions for the all new Echo Input from Amazon. Whether users want the features of Alexa bedside or want to take it with them from room to room, iHome has a sound dock with awesome features for the Echo Input. By simply dropping their Echo Input in and connecting the cables, users immediately benefit from the excellent iHome sound and the unique features afforded by each.
I have been suffering with back-pain for quite some time and it finally became unbearable at points so I decided to get an X-ray and then an MRI of my lower back. The x-rays showed that I have arthritis and 4 bulging/herniated discs in my lower back. My first thought as many friends and family have confirmed, surgery is the absolute the last measure and should only be done if absolutely necessary. There are many concerns when it comes to surgery and surgery does not guarantee you will feel better. That being said, I am working to do a bunch of little things to help my back out, one of which is inversion therapy. Inversion therapy takes gravitational pressure off the nerve roots and disks in your spine and increases the space between vertebrae. Inversion therapy is one example of the many ways in which stretching the spine (spinal traction) has been used in an attempt to relieve back pain. So now to decide on a inversion table.