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  • Muscle Recovery with HealthmateForever TENS Units & Muscle Stimulators

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    Out of breath, heart racing and you can barely move. You just completed one the hardest workouts ever and you know the pain of sore overworked muscles is coming soon. Stop the pain before it gets there by receiving a quick massage from your TENS Unit. Yes that’s right we said massage. Massaging the aches and pains out muscles have shown proven benefits when it comes to managing your pain and muscle recovery. Our TENS Units can simulate the same experience. In a recent study, researchers gathered healthy mid-20s to mid-30s aged men. They were put through one of the...

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  • NEW PRODUCT: PRO6ABS TENS Unit & Muscle Stimulator

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    We are proud to announce the brand new PRO6ABS TENS Unit and Muscle Stimulator. This tiny but  powerful medical device provides all pain relief, and muscle recovery you can expect from HealthmateForever products. Check out the infographic below to see all the details. Buy the product here.

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  • What size pads is best for me?

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    Have you ever wondered which pads are the right ones for you? No matter where you feel your pain, we have the perfect pads made specifically for you to help alleviate that problem area. They come in all different shapes, colors, and sizes, so we understand that picking the right one for you may be a little tricky, hopefully this graphic can help you make a decision. If you have any more questions regarding electrode pads, do not hesitate to call customer service at (888) 860-7788. Check out all of our snap-on pads here http://www.healthmateforever.com/collections/snap-on-pads.

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  • HealthmateForever: Your Golden Ticket to Pain Relief

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      HealthmateForever TENS Unit Having never used a transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulator (TENS Unit) before, I was a bit hesitant to try it out. After a long run, my hamstrings became overwhelmingly tight. On this run, I decided to push a little longer and faster than I normally would. Immediately after, I began experiencing muscle soreness in my legs, and I was in a lot of pain. With every step, my leg muscles became tighter and tighter. This had happened many times before, and I decided it was time to find a permanent solution for pain relief. When I got...

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  • Facts about Traditional Chinese Medicine: Acupuncture

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    The ancient Chinese healing technique of acupuncture has finally started to become main stream. Western medicine doctors have begun to accept the TCM practice to treat pain relief, disease and other disorders. 

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  • HealthmateForever TENS Units may help treat Plantar Fasciitis

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    Plantar Fasciitis can make every step you take seem like a mile. There are very few effective treatments that help alleviate the pain of Plantar Fasciitis. Most doctors can only recommend rest, pain pills and stretch the problem area but this takes months to fully treat. HealthmateForever's TENS Units help strengthen area and may provide pain relief at a much faster rate compared to just stretching and rest alone. Visit here to find out more about the best pain therapy devices for Plantar Fasciitis. 

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  • TCM vs Western Medicine

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    Find thousands of years of Traditional Chinese Medicine experience in every Healthmateforever TENS Units. http://www.healthmateforever.com/collections/healthmateforever-devices 

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  • Acupuncture Levels and Effects while Breastfeeding

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    Acupuncture Levels and Effects while BreastfeedingSummary of Use during LactationAcupuncture at traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) sites used to treat low milk supply has been claimed to cause release of prolactin and oxytocin, although published studies have found mixed results on serum prolactin. In one study, acupuncture did not affect prolactin hyperresponsiveness after stimulation with metoclopramide in women with amenorrhea-galactorrhea syndrome. Galactorrhea has been reported following acupuncture for pain treatment.Acupuncture has been well described in TCM for treating insufficient milk supply,[1][2] and is also recommended in some Western countries.[3] Numerous studies found acupuncture at CV 17 (also referred to as Ren...

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  • 8 Types of Acupuncture for Weight Loss

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    Acupuncture for weight loss can be very effective for shedding weight gained by overeating. Acupuncture is an ancient form of treatment in which needles are used to stimulate the release of hormones from endocrine glands such as the pituitary gland. The hormones released, also known as endorphins, make you feel good. Acupuncture helps you to stop overeating, reduces stress and treats any digestive problems that could be the cause of weight gain. It’s important for the acupuncturist to ascertain the state of your overall health before starting treatment. Most acupuncturists examine the patient’s tongue and check the pulse rate. This,...

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  • Where did moxibustion originate?

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    Moxibustion is believed to have originated in the northern part of China. In Mongolia, where winters are dominated by icy chilliness and wind, moxibustion has been used to treat various illnesses and degenerative diseases due to the extreme cold climate.

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  • Electrotherapy Info

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    Several different electrical stimulation devices exist, each producing different frequencies, waveforms, and effects. Electrical modalities includeTranscutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) (the most commonly used) Interferential Current (IFC) Galvanic Stimulation (GS)Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulators (TENS) A person may use a TENS is not a unit at home for pain relief on a long-term basis. TENS units allow the user to adjust the intensity of the stimulation; some units also allow the user to select high-frequency stimulation (60 - 200 Hz) or low-frequency stimulation (<10 Hz).High frequency stimulation, sometimes called "conventional", is tolerable for hours, but the resultant pain relief lasts for...

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  • FEATURED ARTICLE - Muscle Stimulation for Body Building and Personal Training

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    A Review of Electrical Muscle Stimulation By [http://ezinearticles.com/?expert=Morgan_Hamilton]Morgan HamiltonElectrical Muscle Stimulation, also known as EMS, is a very popular way to shake the muscles and prevent muscle atrophy. Some patients need it desperately, that’s why a lot of doctors use it on a regular basis. EMS is good when the patient has been suffering from strong injuries and is put to bed for a long time. Muscle atrophy can be a consequence of this, so electrical muscle stimulation is the only way for these people to get their muscles strong again.Electrical muscle stimulation is basically done by stimulating some parts...

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  • Health Benefits

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    Health Benefits Research on TCM therapy TCM Knowledge, TCM Concept, TCM Massage, Acupuncture Massage Therapy, Acupuncture TherapistInformative? Helpful? TCM: Traditional Chinese MedicineTraditional Chinese Medicine, also known as TCM, includes a range of traditional medicine practices originating in China. Although well accepted in the mainstream of medical care throughout East Asia, it is considered an alternative medical system in much of the Western world. Western Medicine is the best solution for acute conditions. However, for treatment of chronic conditions, most modern people are preferring green and safe medicine and this tendency is becoming more and more prominent. Western medicine, which is...

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  • What is TENS Therapy?

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    TENS - Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulations Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulations (TENS) are safe non-invasive, drug-free methods of pain management. TENS is currently one of the most commonly used forms of electro- analgesia.The TENS device relieves pain by sending small electrical impulses through electrodes placed on the skin to underlying nerve fibers. TENS works by two different mechanisms: First, electrical stimulation of the nerve fibers can block a pain signal from being carried to the brain. If the signal is blocked, pain is not perceived. Secondly, the body has its own mechanism for suppressing pain. It does this by releasing natural...

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  • What is NMES Therapy?

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    Neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES) is the application of electrical stimuli to a group of muscles, most often for the purpose of muscle rehabilitation. This technique is primarily used by physical therapists as a form of rehabilitation after injury, stroke, or other incident that results in the loss of muscle functions. NMES is achieved by passing an electrical impulse from a device through electrodes placed on the skin over the targeted muscle or muscles. For the purpose of rehabilitation, neuromuscular electrical stimulation is typically used in conjunction with other methods of physical therapy. The intent of is to stimulate the nerves in...

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  • What is EMS or PMS?

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    Electronic Muscle Stimulator (EMS) or Powered Muscle Stimulator (PMS)  operate similarly by sending electronic pulses to the affected area EMS is the elicitation of muscle contraction using electric impulses. The impulses are generated by a device and delivered through electrodes on the skin in direct proximity to the muscles to be stimulated. The impulses mimic the action potential coming from the central nervous system, causing the muscles to contract. The electrodes are generally pads that adhere to the skin. EMS is both a form of electrotherapy and of muscle training. In medicine EMS is used for rehabilitation purposes, for instance...

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  • What is Neurostimulator Therapy?

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    Neurostimulation provides pain relief by blocking the pain messages before they reach the brain. The neurostimulator sends out mild electrical impulses that reach the brain faster than the pain signal can arrive. In other words, it outsmarts your pain. Instead of pain, you feel a tingling sensation. A neurostimulator is a surgically implanted device about the size of a small stopwatch. It delivers mild electrical signals to the epidural area near your spine through one or more thin wires, called leads. The electrical signals cause a tingling sensation in the area of your chronic pain. You can adjust the strength and location...

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  • How Do Our Electrotherapy Devices Work?

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    How do our electrotherapy devices work?  Using bioelectricity technology, the device sends low frequency bioelectrical pulses to your muscles through the conductive electrode pads. Your muscles respond to the impulses by contracting and relaxing rhythmically. The contracting and relaxing of your muscles produces soothing massage sensations that are similar to that given by a massage specialist. The sensation of massage is very real. You’ll wonder who is administering your massage–but it’s just the device! It penetrates muscle group deeper than human hands can. When you place electrode pads in the pain points, you will feel instant relaxation and pain relief....

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  • Announcing New Products 1/14/2015

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    Fans we're always trying to bring you the latest innovative products and we are excited to announce that we have some new products available for purchase today! We've added a few new colors to our YK15 model and have also released 2 brand new products! Firstly our always successful easy to use white YK15 Model is now available in Blue, Grey, Green, and Orange! We are also proud to announce our smallest TENS EMS/PMS unit we've ever released! Below you'll see the first images of our NTS8 and TS8! While the devices appear exactly the same there is only one...

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  • Muscle Building

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    QUESTION: If I use an electrical muscle stiumlator that has met FDA regulatory requirements, will it give me the same kind of effect that logs of sit-ups, stomach crunches and other abdominal exercises will?   ANSWER: Applying electrical current to muscles cause muscles to contract. Stimulating muscles repeatedly with electricity may eventually result in muscles that are strenghtehned and tone to some extent.  To gain results, combination of healthy diet and regular excercise is plus.   Bruce Lee and Electric Muscle Stimulator The use of EMS – Jason Scott Lee in Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story  Please click on this link here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ipXkHhnC7yY Bruce Lee was doing pushups with Electronic Muscle Stimulator in...

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  • Replacement Massage Electrode Pads/Patches (8 sets)

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    The 7 assorted HealthmateForever replacement electrode pads are compatible with all HealthmateForever TENS devices/units/massagers   -Small Oval shaped pads: 1.75″ L x 1″ W, made of medical non-woven fabric, flexible for small joints area and flat areas;-Large Oval shaped pads: 2.5″ L x 1.75″ W, made of PET material, easy to clean, good for flat areas, such as abdominal; -Large Hands Shaped pads:2.5″ L x 1.75″ W, made of medical non-woven fabric, flexible for joints area and flat areas; -Large Gourd Shaped pads: 2.5″ L x 1.75″ W, made of medical non-woven fabric, flexible for joints area and flat areas;...

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  • See How It Works!

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    How it works? Using low frequency bioelectrical pulses, it sends signals to the nerves in the problem areas which then stiumlate the nerves and muscles, creating various massage sensations.  FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Call Toll Free 1-888-860-7788

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  • HealthmateForever® medical devices are FDA cleared Class II, OTC for safety and effectiveness, no prescription needed.

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    HealthmateForever® medical devices are FDA cleared Class II, OTC for safety and effectiveness, no prescription needed.   Be aware!  Don’t be fooled by some competitors.   It is illegal to sell TENS & PMS/EMS medical devices without FDA cleared Class II, OTC in the general public. If you find competitors sell TENS & PMS massagers Class I, please report to FDA as TENS and PMS powered muscle stimulators  must be FDA cleared Class II for safety and effectiveness.   If some company tells lie to cheat customers without business moral, please file complaint with Attorney General for consumer protection.  ...

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