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The importance of inversion table

When you think of visiting your doctor’s office you are probably reminded of the numerous illnesses that one experiences over the years. You might be surprised to learn, however, that while colds are the number one reason for a doctor’s office visit, lower back pain is a close rival. This back pain affects millions of people all around the world. It is a diverse issue that does not discriminate and affects people of all ages. Lower back pain cause can be traced back to multiple different factors. Typical causes of lower back pain include:

A possible deterioration of the vertebral discs
• Smaller nerves in the lower back being irritated
• Large lower back muscles could be strained
• Bones or ligaments could be damaged
• Injury related to back pain
• Poor posture
• Heavy lifting

As you are probably aware, one of the quickest answers to back pain is the use of one or more pain medications or muscle relaxers. These can become highly addictive, however, and their long-term use is not recommended. Developing an addiction to pain medication can be extremely dangerous. The alternative is surgery, however, many find it to be too expensive or they cannot afford to take the time off from work. Sometimes surgery can even cause more significant problems down the road, leaving the patient worse off. For others out there experiencing issues such as sciatica, surgery is very rarely the right choice. Due to these limited options, people quickly began searching for a better resolve.

The inversion table was created as a noninvasive alternative to help relieve people of the menacing symptoms caused by lower back pain. Inversion therapy is the practice of hanging by your feet on a padded table that is connected to a metal frame equipped with hinges. Once your feet are strapped in and you are in position, all of the pressure is taken off of your ankles and feet, causing little to no strain on your extremities. The inversion table allows you to go from standing up, to laying horizontally, and finally, you are suspended upside down. The act of hanging from the inversion table allows you to decompress and stretch the muscles in your back, unloading all of the pressure and stress one experiences on a daily basis.

The back is one of the largest parts of the human frame, and it is here that many carry their tension. Hanging upside down can effectively increase the gravitational traction in the spine, successfully relieving your lower back pain. Once you are strapped in and positioned correctly, your joints and muscles are allowed to stretch and expand, releasing tension. Inversion tables deliver many benefits to people with an array of physical issues. Besides assisting in the relief of lower back pain, it can also aid those suffering from kidney stones. Along with treatments such as extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy where the kidney stones are broken up, inversion therapy can help get the stones out easier. For gettung less traction,  for kidney patients (less pressure on the ankles and the joints) you can us an inversion chair.

If you are one of the millions of back pain sufferers out there, picking up an inversion table might be the solution you are looking for. Each individual is unique, and a person’s back pain can be attributed to several different factors. This is why it is important that you discuss all health issues with your doctor before deciding on a treatment regimen. If you and your doctor decide that you are in good enough condition for an inversion table, why not give it a try today? Not only will it relieve back and neck pain, but it strengthens ligaments as well. With numerous proven health benefits, you cannot go wrong.


5 Ways to Prevent and Cure Hair Loss



At some point in our lives, most of us will lose a great portion – if not all – of our hair. It might already be the case for some of the readers. It is mostly genetics that is at fault (why are you doing this to me dad), although various other factors can affect hair loss such as stress. However, there are things that you can do to prevent hair loss and there are even hair loss cures out there so you never have to go bald. Here are five of the most popular ways people keep their hair on their heads.


You have probably heard about these on your TV. There are shampoos in the market that claim to make your hair stronger and shinier and if they are used as a preemptive measure, then that’s a pretty wise choice! They typically require that you use them every time you shower, so you might want to throw away any other shampoos you have and buy exclusively a particular shampoo. It doesn’t seem like a huge tradeoff to have more lasting beautiful hair.

Eat a lot of protein and healthy fats

This is a preventive measure, as eating protein and healthy fats will make your current hair stronger. It should not be taken lightly though, because by not eating them, chances are you’re neglecting Vitamin B which will inhibit your hair from growing back again naturally. If you don’t want to convert to more expensive hair loss cures in the future you should eat properly.

Consider taking medicine

There is a variety of medicine available in the market for hair loss, and there are some popular brands out there that you can try out for yourself. Since they tend to have visible effects after a few months, you will need to be patient and they might not even work for you. Therefore, they could end up wasting your money and time. Nevertheless, some people are pretty pleased with the results so I’d say it’s worth giving a shot.

Hair transplant

When you are suffering from significant hair loss already, hair transplant is there to save you. The procedure is all about taking skin with hair or hair follicles from the back of your head (or hair follicles from other parts of your body such, as your chest and pubic area) that get transplanted in the areas where hair is sparse.

This is more of a last resort since this is a surgery and expect that it’s going to cost you 4 figures.

Laser Hair Loss Treatment

If you don’t have extreme hair loss and just sparse hair here and there then this option can be fitting for you. Some studies have found evidence that this kind of treatment works, but it is more or less an undetermined result because of many mixed studies and possible bias from researchers. If you take such a treatment then you might be boosting your regrowth. However, I believe it needs more time to be researched if you ask me.

We all want to have a head full of hairs. Whatever your current condition is you can prevent/cure your hair loss with the tips above. Even a completely bald man/woman can recover his hair with modern surgical techniques. I hope I gave you insights on what cure is more appropriate for you.