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Whole Body Vibration And Fibromyalgia: Amazing Results!

Whole Body Vibration And Fibromyalgia: Amazing Results!

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Fibromyalgia is a chronic disorder that causes pain and tenderness throughout the body, as well as increased fatigue, cognitive dysfunction (brain fog), and poor sleep. While not enough is known about fibromyalgia generally, studies have indicated that vibration is a good fit for people with this diagnosis. To test how T-Zone vibration machines would be tolerated…

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Whole Body Vibration And Inflammation: Can It Help?

Whole Body Vibration And Inflammation: Can It Help?

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Whole body vibration (WBV) therapy is an effective technique for managing inflammation in the body. When you stand on a T-Zone Vibration platform, the movement stimulates muscle contractions and activates various physiological responses. Studies have shown that WBV can effectively reduce inflammation by modulating the production of pro-inflammatory molecules, such as cytokines, and enhancing anti-inflammatory…

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Whole Body Vibration: Can It Improve Edema Symptoms?

Whole Body Vibration: Can It Improve Edema Symptoms?

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Edema is fluid trapped in the body’s tissues. It occurs when capillaries leak fluid into the surrounding tissue, causing swelling. It can happen anywhere in the body but it is most noticeable in the arms, legs, ankles, hands and feet. There are several causes of edema, including medication, pregnancy or an underlying medical condition (these…

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Whole Body Vibration And Dementia: Can It Help?

Whole Body Vibration And Dementia: Can It Help?

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Dementia is a general term for a variety of brain disorders. Symptoms include loss of memory, judgment and reasoning, and changes in mood and behaviour. There has been some research looking at the effects of whole body vibration therapy on individuals with dementia. A clinical study at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University1 showed that the…

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Whole Body Vibration: Can It Improve Attention Deficit Disorder?

Whole Body Vibration: Can It Improve Attention Deficit Disorder?

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Attention Deficit Disorder (also known as ADD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) are terms used to describe patterns of behaviour that appear most often in school-aged children. Children with these disorders are inattentive, overly impulsive and, in the case of ADHD, hyperactive.1 Attention deficit disorder is not just a problem in children. Common adult…

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Whole Body Vibration: Is It Good For Bone Health?

Whole Body Vibration: Is It Good For Bone Health?

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Bone mineral density (BMD) is the amount of matter per square inch of bone, and is used as a determinant of bone strength. With age, BMD gradually declines in all individuals. This due to the fact that bone breakdown occurs faster than the generation of bone. As bones become thinner, they lose density and become…

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Using Whole Body Vibration To Control Your Diabetes

Using Whole Body Vibration To Control Your Diabetes

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Diabetes mellitus, or simply diabetes, is a group of metabolic diseases in which a person has high blood sugar, either because the pancreas does not produce enough insulin, or because cells do not respond to the insulin that is produced. There are three main types of diabetes. Type 1 diabetes, usually diagnosed in children and…

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Breastfeeding And Whole Body Vibration: Is It Safe?

Breastfeeding And Whole Body Vibration: Is It Safe?

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Exercise is an essential component of an individual’s life, including new mothers who breastfeed. Breastfeeding an infant should not prohibit an individual from exercising. Research has found that breastfeeding while engaging in regular exercise does not have an effect on an infant’s weight and length gains, or their level of acceptance of the mother’s milk1,…

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Hypermobility And Whole Body Vibration: How To Avoid Injury When You’re Hypermobile

Hypermobility And Whole Body Vibration: How To Avoid Injury When You’re Hypermobile

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Joint Hypermobility Syndrome (JHS) is a benign condition in which joints are able to move beyond their normal range. It is thought that this condition has a genetic component. It is most prevalent in childhood and as the body naturally becomes less flexible, signs and symptoms tend to improve with age. Hypermobile joints are also…

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10-Minutes A Day Using Whole Body Vibration Is All it Takes To Reduce The Risks Of Edema

10-Minutes A Day Using Whole Body Vibration Is All it Takes To Reduce The Risks Of Edema

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Edema is fluid trapped in the body’s tissues. It occurs when capillaries leak fluid into the surrounding tissue, causing swelling. It can happen anywhere in the body but it is most noticeable in the arms, legs, ankles, hands and feet. There are several causes of edema, including medication, pregnancy or an underlying medical condition (these…

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