- Creates long-wave vibrations.
- The Low-frequency vibrations reach deeper.
- Stimulate the Circulatory & Lymphatic systems.
- Causes the body fluids to move.
- Promotes the evacuation of toxins.
- Augments oxygen & nutrients supply.
- Aches diminish in few minutes,
- Deep tissues are relaxed.
We are all familiar with the soothing relaxation of tense muscles by a massage.There are obvious explanations for these processes inside the muscles, blood vessels and nerve fibres in the body, as there are two circulatory systems.
The bloodstream, starting from the heart, supplies nutrients to the brain, organs and muscular system, whilst the lymphatic system ensures that metabolic products, dross, and toxins can be washed out of the body.If the immune system is attacked by infections and viruses, the first thing the doctor does is to feel the lymph nodes, as these produce defence cells and react to this strain by swelling.Every massage also stimulates this system, causes the body fluids to move, and thereby promotes the evacuation of harmful substances and the supply of oxygen and nutrients.
Aches diminish even after a few minutes, the deep tissue is relaxed, and a feeling of well-being returns.The low-frequency vibrations of the powerful oscillation motors reach even deeper. Unlike conventional vibration devices, these motors are controlled by varying frequencies and therefore generate exceptionally long-wave vibrations. These stimulate the circulation and the lymphatic system.