Mar 20, 2013 by
There are several different types of therapies that can help our well-being and enhance our physical health. There is a particular one called vibrational therapy that uses vibrations.
“The human body is made up of frequencies that form a harmonic and balanced whole when a person is healthy. The vibrations of the body easily go out of tune when a person experiences physical or emotional stress, improper and destructive habits” (Alternative Medical)
We are first going to discuss what this therapy is and then outline the benefits.
Vibrational therapy has been around for over a 100 years and is now widely accepted in the fields of sports medicine, rehabilitation, and physiotherapy for treatment of various illnesses, injuries and relaxation. Vibration was first used on astronauts in the Russian Space programme to increase their muscle strength and enhance their bone density while in space. For example, research conducted proves the following: 2 groups of astronauts were sent to space; one group tested with vibrational therapy and the other without. In conclusion, the group tested with vibrational therapy was able to stay in space for up to 420 days! On the other hand, the other group had to return from space after 120 days. The body naturally has a positive response to the results of vibrational therapy!
Vibrational therapy accelerates the body’s natural healing process. It can increase cellular oxygen circulation, enhance cellular fluid movement, stimulate cellular nutrient uptake and assist with cellular waste removal. The result will make newer cells more vibrant and resilient.
Vibrational therapy offers a list of benefits, it helps improve:
Disclaimer: Please remember that vibrational therapy is not appropriate for “notable pregnancy, cardiovascular disease, pacemaker, hip or knee replacements, diabetes, epilepsy, tumors, migraine, acute hernia, recently replaced pins or plates, recent infections, or recent surgeries. Consult your doctor or Consultant before treatment” (Race Against Multiple Sclerosis).
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