If you have a fibromyalgia diagnosis, you are no doubt suffering chronic body pain, extreme fatigue, joint stiffness and concentration problems, called “fibrofog.” Anxiety and depression often accompany fibromyalgia, making it even more difficult to treat. Doctors do not know what triggers fibromyalgia syndrome but think that genetic, psychological, environmental and neurobiological factors may contribute to the development of this disease.
Widespread body pain is the primary symptom of fibromyalgia. This pain probably emerges from an imbalance of brain chemicals combined with activation of specific inflammatory pathways. Imaging studies have found that the brains of those diagnosed with fibromyalgia are structurally and functionally different from people without fibromyalgia. However, doctors don’t know if these differences actually cause fibromyalgia symptoms, or if another, underlying disorder is responsible for the differences.
The American College of Rheumatology and the U.S. National Institutes of Health recognize fibromyalgia as a real disorder. It affects between two and eight percent of the population, mostly women. Confirming a fibromyalgia diagnoses involves having blood tests performed to rule out other conditions and presenting classic fibromyalgia symptoms. Since there is no cure for fibromyalgia, treatment is simply supportive — you take pain relievers, antidepressants or epileptic drugs hoping to reduce fibromyalgia pain.
FIBROMYALGIA VIBRATION MACHINE
Although aerobic exercise is one of the most effective treatment methods for relieving fibromyalgia symptoms, most people suffering fibromyalgia do not feel well enough to engage in even moderate exercise. Unfortunately, lying in bed or sitting most of the day worsens fibromyalgia pain, joint stiffness and “fibrofog”. In addition, it is this sedentary lifestyle that causes fibromyalgia patients to gain weight and develop other chronic conditions such as high blood pressure and diabetes.
Whole body fibromyalgia vibration therapy makes it much easier for you to manage your symptoms through passive exercise. VibePlate’s fibromyalgia vibration platform generates rapid vertical vibrations that exert a gentle but compelling force on your muscles. This force, or stress, is similar to what your muscles experience when you exercise. Consequently, your body is enjoying the same kind of health benefits you get from aerobic exercise without needing to actually perform these exercises.
Whole body fibromyalgia vibration works by stimulating muscle cells, promoting the release of beneficial growth hormones and activating your Golgi tendon organs. As your fibromyalgia vibration platform decelerates and accelerates, your Golgi tendon organs — cell receptors that respond to tendon and muscle lengthening — must constantly adjust to muscle and tendon changes to maintain your stamina and balance. In other words, VibePlate’s vibration therapy is nearly identical to the physiological and muscle changes traditional exercise provides.
Fibromyalgia vibration therapy will not only reduce your symptoms, but it also improves other aspects of your health. Using VibePlate just 15 minutes a day can:
- Decrease the severity of your fibromyalgia symptoms
- Elevate human growth hormone and serotonin levels to improve your muscle health and cognitive functioning
- Increase lymph drainage and blood circulation to help remove toxins from your body
- Enhance joint flexibility
- Help you maintain your weight
Start living a pain-free, more energetic life with whole body fibromyalgia vibration therapy. VibePlate specializes in whole body vibrating platform machines for fibromyalgia therapy treatment and more. Contact us today at 402.796.2025 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about how VibePlate technology can restore your health and quality of life.
Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. The benefits listed on this web site are based on independent studies which reference years of research into (WBV) whole body vibration exercise.