My Nikken Magnetic Mattress Pad

My first experience with Nikken was with the Ultra Kenko Pad.  A massage therapist friend invited us to a Wellness Home Preview and we were allowed to borrow the magnetic mattress pad for a week to see what we thought of it.  The short version of the story is that we ended up joining Nikken and highly recommend both the product and the business.

We put the magnetic pad on our bed and covered it over with the sheet  and settled in for the night under the magnetic comforter.  Nobody told us to put our regular mattress pad over it too.  I wish they had because my first thought was that I was lying on a rock.  Firmness aside, I slept better than I had in years.  With the combination of the magnets and everything else, the bed just felt right.

Since we joined, Nikken has introduced the Kenko Air mattress which is an air mattress, similar to those number beds, with the Ultra Kenko Pad on top of it.  I tried one out once and it is very nice.  You can control the firmness of each side of the bed independently.  We don’t have one yet because our existing mattress is in great shape and there is no need to upgrade yet.

Wayne Woodworth
Independent Nikken Wellness Consultant
Magnetic sleeper

Disclaimer: I am an Independent Nikken Wellness Consultant and massage therapist. None of my statements have been approved by either Nikken or the FDA. I do not diagnose conditions and I do not prescribe any product to treat a particular condition. These are my opinions based on my experience with the Nikken sleep system.

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15 Responses to My Nikken Magnetic Mattress Pad

  1. Sharron says:

    Great and I have the new Organic KENKO NATUREST™ MATTRESS TOPPER with Revolutionary RAMTM Technology for enhanced magnetic coverage and it is the best…

  2. Congrats on already having your Naturest pad. My Royal Diamond upline is still waiting for one they ordered in November. Hopefully the back order situation will be done in March.

  3. That is really nice. Congratulations.

  4. blowup mattress says:

    The therapist seems like a great friend for suggesting the pad to the writer. This is a product I would like to try out and see what I think. The story makes me curious how well the mattress pad actually works.

  5. Nikken discontinued these pads last fall ( October 2009 ) and replaced them with a new latex pad with a better magnet technology. As for the question about whether they work or not, the best thing to do is ask the people who use them. I've heard of amazing results from people who received product from the initial run. I'm hoping to hear back in the next couple months from people who purchased the pads in past few weeks.

  6. blowup mattress says:

    The therapist seems like a great friend for suggesting the pad to the writer. This is a product I would like to try out and see what I think. The story makes me curious how well the mattress pad actually works.

  7. Nikken discontinued these pads last fall ( October 2009 ) and replaced them with a new latex pad with a better magnet technology. As for the question about whether they work or not, the best thing to do is ask the people who use them. I've heard of amazing results from people who received product from the initial run. I'm hoping to hear back in the next couple months from people who purchased the pads in past few weeks.

  8. Buck Willis says:

    I have severe leg muscle pain, joint pain and unable to sleep all night. The doctors have had me on all kinds medication for these problems. I had to take so much medication I could not even function to work. Let me point out, I am 64 yrs old, diabetic 2 and by now should have some aches and pains. A friend introduced me to a Nikken representative, she loaded me a magnetic topper to try for two weeks. At first I thought this lady was crazy. After the second night I was like a new man. I was able to sleep all night and the pains in my legs and hips where so much better. A few days after returning the mattress the pains started back. It did floor me when she gave me the price for a queen size topper. I knew now I needed magnets so purchased another brand of what I thought was equal. When I received the topper I just closed the box and returned the item, there was no comparison. Someday I will have a Nikken Pad! You get what you pay for.

    Regards
    Buck Willis

    • Thank you very much for sharing your experience with the mattress topper here. It is true that you get what you pay for. I don’t think that you need to live with aches and pains at 64 years old. Science says we should be able to live to at least 120, so you’re only middle-aged. There are less expensive magnets that you can try for specific aches and pains until you have saved up enough money for the topper.

  9. Enyouth says:

    Hi,

    Anyone tried magnetic mattress from other make? How do you compare which is good?
    Thanks.

  10. Gerry says:

    Hi Wayne; thanks for this website.

    Did you sleep on one of the older mattresses or the older mattress pads? Is this new system any better?

    We have both the bed and the older topper, but I’m experiencing hip pains and my wife isn’t sleeping deeply at night. We are 58. It’s hard to think about spending $1500 plus on a mattress topper with out trying it out. It would be nice to have a trial to see if we want to make the plunge.

    • Thanks for the questions Gerry. My family still sleeps on the older pads. One reason is the cost to replace 1 king and 2 twin pads. The second reason is that our small kids still sometimes crawl into our bed at night. The magnets in the older pads are laid out in a grid while the magnets in the new pads are grouped into two zones where two people would normally sleep. For us, that means that one or two people would be without any magnets to sleep on. So until our kids get a little older, the older pad works better for us.

      For your situation the newer pad may work better. Without making any medical claims, the magnets in the new pad are stronger and everyone I have talked to says that they sleep much deeper and longer on the new pad. As you said, it is hard to think about spending $1500 or more on something new without some assurance that it is going to work better for you. If you don’t already have the rest of the sleep system, the pillows and comforter, then I would probably go with them first. They are a much less expensive way to add more magnets to your sleep environment. I think you will get more benefit from adding the rest than by upgrading what you already have.

  11. wilma greenwood says:

    about 15 years or more I spent a lot of money on a Nikkan mattress topper which I bought from a nikkan show which showed many Nikkan products. I still have a catalog of Nikkan products. I also had a nice pillow and bought a couple of them for my girls. I thought my back felt better. The pads have lots of magnets in in . Here it is many years later and I am now 82 years old . I have excellant health except for Spinal stenosis. I have had it for about 10 years . It has flared up a few times in the past 2 years or so It has bothered me alot. Right now I am really having a bad flare up in my back and hip. I have also for the last 15 years used a lamb’s wool over the Nikkan mattress pad which is so comfortable but I am sitting here tonite thinking about this mattress pad and wondering if it DOES help my stenosis. I can hardly walk the last few weeks. I must say that in Bed at nite my back doesn’t hurt at all but during the day, its another story. Tonite I am going to experiment and take the lambs wool off the pad and see if I will get more healing with the magnets closer to my body. I should think it would help more with the pain during the day . I am so discouragedMy PT therapist that I just started with this week has given me exercises to do during the day say you can’t entirely get rid of stenosis but I think I should have more relief with my walking . I have been using a walker lately and the past week or so I even use it in my apt, My pt Dr. told me to do that so I can stand up straighter but I don’t want to have to keep using it every day. Its getting so I don’t even want to go out . I know your not a Dr. but I just want some feed back > WIll it give me more healing with laying directly on the mattress topper. Any help you can give me would be appreciated.

    • Hi Wilma. Like you already said, I am not a doctor so I cannot diagnose your problem or prescribe a treatment. I looked up spinal stenosis on Wikipedia and found that it is a narrowing of the spinal canal through which the spinal cord runs and that pinches the nerve causing pain, numbness, tingling, and in some cases can cause paralysis. It can be caused by a number of things – swelling of tendons, problems with the disks, accidents that shift the vertebrae, arthritis and other bone problems with the vertebrae.

      It sounds like you are comfortable when you are lying down on the mattress pad. That may be because the magnets are helping you deal with the discomfort. It may also be that lying down relieves some of the pressure on your spinal cord. Maybe both. A chiropractor would probably be able to tell you if you have vertebrae out of alignment that may be causing the problem. Your doctor or PT may have already determined that, I don’t know. I don’t think that magnets by themselves are going to fix the problem. Something would have to be done to open up the constriction on your spinal cord for it to go away. Wearing some magnets during the day while you are up and about may help with the discomfort but that would be all. That may be enough for you.

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