HUMAN body charging station
micro-current inflamation reduction
Microcurrent stimulates ATP to decrease edema and swelling and increased physical endurance in sports. Microcurrent instruments deliver a direct current (DC), and so the nature of its electricity works the same. When you’re a professional or recreational athlete, it is inevitable that at some point in your competitive career you will be injured. Injuries affect all kinds of athletes, such as baseball players, cyclists, dancers, equestrians, golfers, skiers, and football players. No matter the severity, it is always disappointing and inconvenient to be laid up for any length of time. Whether from a minor ankle sprain to a torn rotator cuff, microcurrent therapy devices are easy-to-use and effective tools to have at your disposal to decrease your recovery time.
Why would you do microcurrent? Research suggests that microcurrent stimulation may help promote wound healing. It may increase blood circulation to the area or reduce inflammation. Microcurrent stimulates ATP to decrease edema and swelling and increased physical endurance in sports. Microcurrent instruments deliver a direct current (DC), and so the nature of its electricity works the same.
Who is microcurrent recommended for? Microcurrent besides having excellent results in helping to reduce inflammation, it also helps reduce pain. We recommend microcurrent to everyone over age 16 for a variety of treatments.
How often should you repeat microcurrent? Microcurrent is a safe and effective treatment that may be done 3-5 times per week.
What are the results of microcurrent? Microcurrent is an excellent way to enhance the results you achieve from exercising.
What does this help to improve? For the best recovery, it is recommended to use microcurrent in conjunction with traditional treatment methods. When injured, treatment sessions are more aggressive, meaning you should treat more frequently and for longer duration. It is important to note that microcurrent does not have any known negative side effects, view Contraindications. However, if a person does not drink enough water they may experience mild headaches or flu-like symptoms. Also, when in discomfort you can continue treatments longer than the necessary duration to provide soothing relief, because extra amounts of microcurrent will not cause harm.