Replacing long hours at the gym with a single EMS unit sounds like a dream. Connect the leads, place the electrodes and go around your day while your body becomes beach-ready on its own. Interestingly, many gyms started incorporating electrical muscle stimulation devices into their packages. Is this a hint that things may not be quite as easy as social media celebrities tell us they are?
It’s not a secret that giving birth is one of the greatest pains in the world. Going into labour takes a lot of time and preparation, and while there are tons of action plans and advice floating all over the web as well as coming from friends and family, there is no solution that fits all. At TensCare we are aware there are many women out there that choose not take medications to fight labour pains, be it related to the underlying health conditions or personal beliefs. And so, to provide some assistance we have compiled a list of 5 drug-free pain relief options during labour.
Arthritis is actually a general term that covers over 200 different conditions with the two most common types being Rheumatoid/Autoimmune Arthritis and Osteoarthritis. According to the NHS, in the UK, more than 10 million people have arthritis or other, similar conditions that affect the joints. It affects people of all ages, including children, causing pain and inflammation in the joints as well as other symptoms.
How related are chronic pain and mental health issues? We use clinical studies to have a deeper look at this issue from a scientific outlook. However, this is not the only way to look at a problem. Directly asking people what problems they face is vitally important also. So, what did we find out?