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The benefits of vibration therapy
The benefits of vibration therapy
October 26, 2017
Vibration therapy involves applying a vibration device, like the VYPER or HYPERSPHERE, to a localized area of the body. The physiological benefits help increase and restore range of motion, which make it a great tool for warming up and recovering.

4 Benefits of Vibration:

1.     Relax Muscles. Muscles are destabilized by vibration, meaning they are not able to activate. Vibration over-stimulates the muscle so that it cannot contract, allowing the muscle to loosen and lengthen for better flexibility.
2.     Increase Circulation. Applying vibration to your body is like turning the jacuzzi jets on. Circulation increases to the area where vibration is applied. Body temperature rises, making vibration a great tool for warming up before physical activity. Vibration also helps the lymphatic system to flush out the toxins in the body to help recovery.
3.     Myofascial Release. Myofascia is the connective tissue that extends throughout the body to provide support for the muscles and bones. Feeling tight or sore is a product of restricted myofascial connective tissue. Vibration accelerates the process of releasing this tension, relieving pain and soreness.
4.     Activate Central Nervous System. Vibration interferes with and distracts the pain receptors in the body. It creates static, similar to that of a radio, which inhibits the nerves from communicating pain signals. This makes vibration ideal when using it to reduce muscle soreness and stiffness.

Check out these testimonies from people who have benefitted from vibration therapy

TESTIMONIALS