Relieve Muscle Pain and Muscle Cramp with Muscle Stimulator

Managing Muscle Strain, Muscle Ache, Sore Muscles, Stiff Muscles

Treat Back Muscle Pain, Muscle Soreness and Leg Muscle Pain

100% natural muscle stimulation therapy. Powerful treatment for a wide range of conditions. The no needles acupuncture stimulation effectively to
relax stressful aches and pains, help exercises muscles and keep blood circulation well. You can feel it start to work as little as 15 minutes.

Muscle Stimulator can work quickly to ease your tight muscles pain. Deeply stimulate the discomfort, and swelling area where the normal
massager difficult to reach. Simple and convenient to get therapy at your own home or office.
Human body contains more than 600 muscles that are responsible for controlling all movements. Activity
or inactivity can lead to cramps and spasms, usually painful, involuntary contractions of muscles that may
cause a hard, bulging muscle. Muscles that have been overused and fatigued may cramps. Most of the
muscle cramps are common in the neck, back, legs-the thigh, calf and arch of the foot. Second common
are medical conditions that may cause muscle cramps such as dehydration, pregnancy, hypothyroidism,
alcoholism, having too little magnesium or calcium, and taking certain medications.
A muscle is able to perform work by using nutrients introduced by the bloodstream, the key element of
which is an oxygen rich environment. A heavily worked muscle, glucose is being acted upon by pyruvic
acid to release energy, oxygen is being pumped in to allow this to take place, the bloodstream removing
waste products, the main one being lactic acid. Problems start when the oxygen supply is reduced,
usually during the compacted part of the muscle cycle, (a muscle has an oxygen reserve of about six
seconds). Then, in the oxygen depleted environment, the pyruvic acid turns into lactic acid, which no
longer can be removed due to the restricted blood flow. The muscle starts to ache, which is a low-level
pain, and is the body's early warning system.
Hopefully, rest and recuperation will allow the problem go away, but somehow the muscle ache unable to recover there is a further build up of
lactic acid, resulting in extreme pain in the form of muscle cramps. There will be an occasion where lactic acid can be locked into the muscle.
Lactic acid impacts on the blood flow and the nervous system within the muscle. The 'pinched' nerves give a weakened signal that is interpreted by
the brain as an over-relaxed muscle. The 'tighten-up' signal then further cramps the muscle, producing more lactic acid, and locking the muscle
into spasm.

However parts of the body do not act in isolation and this muscle may have passing through it a blood supply to, or, from other muscles, as well as
nerve paths to those muscles. These in turn will start to suffer and become tied into the original source. This is known as referred pain. We then
have tight muscles distorting the skeletal system, resulting in poor posture, related aches and pains, a lowering of the person's spirits and a
depleted immune system.
The means of restoring muscular function varies from, surgery, medicine in several forms, manipulation, or painkillers. The first two of these
require the ministrations of a medically qualified person; the latter two can be either administered by either oneself, or a trained therapist.

The intention of any therapy is to induce healing, or more correctly self-healing. Therapies fall into three categories, relaxation, manipulation, and
pain relief; most are whole body, or holistic therapies. Manipulative therapies fall into two categories, deep and sometimes painful, hence such
comments as, 'if it doesn't feel hurt, that means it doesn't work well'.

(paradoxically this can give some benefit, for the induced pain causes the release of the body's highly effective painkillers, endorphins. These
over-rides the original pain for varying lengths of time, and it is hoped that during this period the original locked-in system will self-release.)

The second group is the 'light touch' therapies, whose aim is to locate and release the cramped muscle without inducing further pain. The means
of achieving this varies from therapy to therapy, some use oils, others general massage, others structured and precise techniques. The common
factor is the relaxation and comfort induced a healing process in itself.
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Rheumatic
  • Injury or Trauma
  • Muscle Cramps
  • Unaccustomed Exertion
  • Diabetes
  • Muscle Strain
  • Infection
  • Arthritis Pain
  • Excessive Exercise
  • Muscle Metabolism Disorders
  • Circulatory Disorders
  • Certain Medications
Muscle pain is usually treated at home unless the pain is severe. Results of these home treatments vary widely. On your own, you might have tried
heating pads, ice, smelly creams, and over-the-counter ibuprofen already. Your doctor might prescribe even stronger painkillers if you complain of
severe pain. These painkilling drugs, even the OTC ones, have many documented side effects, including liver damage if they are overused. It can
leave you feeling zoned out!

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If muscle after form a rigid or braces, natural splint and when the shortened muscles set off the splinting reflex, a muscle spasm is your body's
reaction to tissue injury. Muscle Stimulator will help to relieve these spasms and control the muscle rebuilding process.

Relax tight muscles before or after sports, the reflexology Muscle Stimulator will help to promote the natural energy of the human body, self healing
therapy can ease the pain and stiffness of sore muscles.

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That is true! The minor and temporary muscle pains can be healed with home care. The following can help to ease the stressful aches
and pains when they occur:
  • Stop any heavy physical movement, let the injured muscle rest
  • Apply ice to the injured muscle for 10 minute periods, do not apply ice directly to
    the skin but wrap it in a soft cloth such as a towel, followed by moist heat from a
    warm bath, jacuzzi hot tub, or hot compress (however, if bruising is present, heat
    should be avoided as this may enlarge the bruised area.)
  • Massage and stretching exercises to keep the muscle flexible
  • Avoid activities that make the pain worse
  • Slowly begin a regular program of moderate exercise to restore muscle tone
  • Take aspirin, or an aspirin-substitute like tylenol, for muscle pain relief (aspirin
    and aspirin-containing products should not be given to children under the age of
    19 due to the risk of reye's syndrome, a serious condition that can lead to coma
    and death.)
Sometime, muscle pain can be serious and more complicated. Most frequently related to tension, overuse, or muscle injury from exercise or
physically demanding work also easily cause leg muscle pain. Muscle aches and pains are common and can involve more than one muscle at
the same time. Muscle pain can also involve the soft tissues that surround muscles. These structures are often referred to as connective tissues,
include ligaments, tendons, and fascia (thick bands of tendons).

Muscle pain may also be a sign of conditions affecting your whole body, like some infections (like the flu) and disorders that affect connective
tissues throughout the body (such as lupus).

One common cause of muscle ache and pain is fibromyalgia, a condition that includes tenderness in your muscles and surrounding soft tissue,
sleep difficulties, fatigue, and headaches. You need to know what you're dealing with so you can effectively eliminate muscle pain from your life.

Muscle pain is caused by many, many different things. Back muscle pain is the number two reason for doctor visits in the United States. Also, 80%
of Americans suffer from some type of muscle pain at some time in their lives.
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