Vibration Therapy has been shown to improve bone density and range of motion. It also boosts circulation, promotes faster recovery, improves balance, reduces viseral fat, cellulite, pain, and soreness, to name a few.
Does Vibration Therapy help with Lymphatics?
A vibration plate increases lymphatic drainage by improving circulation. The lymphatic system functions only when muscles move. Much like the blood vessels and arteries in our body, a fluid called Lymph runs all through the body.
Much depends on your overall health and wellness, and it's wise to start slow with any kind of new exercise. Try 10 minutes for a day and see how you feel the next day. Then, you can add twice a day and eventually build up to several sessions if you wish.
How often should you use a vibration plate for lymphatic drainage?
Vibration Therapy has been proven to help your body in OVER 180 studies!
Vibration therapy can provide noticeable benefits for your spine and joints. A few minutes on a vibration platform can relieve chronic pain, allow tensed muscles to relax, and calm nerves that are irritated due to compression. The powerful vibrations work on tendons, ligaments, muscles, and discs all at the same time.
Are vibration plates good for chronic pain?
Will vibration break up fat?
Recent studies show that whole-body vibration training can mimic many of the metabolic effects of more rigorous exercise, particularly treadmill workouts. Daily sessions of whole-body vibration or treadmill workouts for three months led to a decrease in viseral fat, shrunken fat cells, reduced weight, and decreased insulin resistance.
Viseral fat is the fat that is stored in our middles. This type of fat is linked to metabolic syndrome. It also makes you more prone to blood pressure, cholesterol, and heart conditions.
A 10 minute session on average will burn 47 calories for a 150lb person, 54 calories for a 175lb person and 62 calories for a 200lb person.
How many calories does 10 minutes on vibration plate burn?
Causing your body's postural muscles contract between 25-50x per second.
Vibration therapy was initially developed by scientists involved in space travel. The studies revealed that astronauts who spent months in space stations lost 1 to 2% of bone each month. It was found that they can regain such bone loss by standing on a lightly vibrating plate for 10 to 20 minutes each day.
Do vibration plates strengthen bones?
Does Vibration Therapy help with balance?
A vibration plate can help improve your balance and flexibility by challenging your core muscles to make more effort to keep you onto the plate, by contracting your midriff and lower-back muscles. The vibrations force your body to make micro-adjustments to keep itself upright, which can help improve your balance and coordination over time. You can stand, sit, or perform exercises on the plate while it vibrates, but the key is to maintain balance and engage your core muscles.
What are vibration plates for nerve damage?
Vibration therapy uses a whole body vertical vibration platform, which research shows supercharges our balance mechanism. When set to vibrate at 30Hz, the Power Plate activates or stimulates the small nerve fibres within the fascia of our feet and legs.