EMS Pain Management

Our body has a way of telling us that something’s wrong with pain signals. Whether it’s persistent or sudden, paying attention to the issue is important to prevent further damages. Over time, if the problem isn’t treated, you can suffer from chronic pain.

According to the American Academy of Pain Medicine, about 100 million Americans have suffered from pain every year, and about half of them feel like they don’t have control over the issue. But there’s good news to their distress; EMS Pain Management is used to contract the muscles and stimulate them to eliminate the pain.

Do you have acute or chronic pain?

Address your pain to get on the road to recovery.

Acute pain is sudden, but this can last for a little as a few minutes to months. But this issue goes away if the problem is treated. On the other hand, chronic pain is tenacious in pain, and this is typically caused by an injury, illness, or infection. Chronic pain tails more than just pain, it affects the emotional well-being of people. But with EMS pain management, there’s a solution.

Four Ways to Cope With Chronic Pain

Try HiDow’s EMS Pain Management solutions. With years of innovation behind their back, HiDow is the first industry to combine the effective features of TENS (Transcutaneous Electronic Nerve Stimulation) and EMS (Electrical Muscle Stimulation).

These devices are rechargeable, compact, and portable as it interrupts pain signals to relax and stimulate the muscles through low-voltage electrical charges. When using them regularly, you can get rid of ranges of pain from acute to chronic. This is all possible without the use of medication and its side effects. With HiDow, you can use them on-the-go since you can easily store them in your bag.

Use heating packs. HiDow designs heating pads for all different types of people from small to extra large. Depending on the severity of pain, you can rely on heating pads for fast, temporary relief. Because it stimulates the flow of the blood, relaxes the muscles, and promotes the healing of muscles, try heating pads for your chronic pain.

Yoga and meditation improve the body’s flexibility

Do light exercises. Activities like yoga and meditation improve the body’s flexibility and decrease your stress. According to many physicians, doing these light exercises can improve the well-being of patients suffering from chronic pain.

Don’t forget your posture. You can manage your pain even when you don’t do yoga by having good posture. With small changes, you can make a difference in your life as you improve your blood flow by not sitting on a C-slump position. Keep in mind, that it’s also imperative to sit up straight to prevent your spine from straining itself. Be conscious in all your activities to help you manage your chronic pain.

Try a HiDow’s EMS Pain Management today to see the difference in your body. You’ll never want to leave home without this impressive technology.