Benefit after each Laser Lipo Treatment:
After each Laser Lipo treatment enjoy 10 minutes of the Whole Body Vibration Machine.
Whole body vibration machines have been very popular in Europe for a decade and have become very popular in
North America, as studies have shown remarkable results for improved health.
Stimulates lymphatic system
thus eliminating toxins from the body
Improve Bone Strength
Increase blood circulation
Prevention of injury
Reduction of Pain
- Increase muscles strength, flexibility, and range of motion
Enhances balance and coordination
- Strengthens and enhances posture
- -Improves circulation and increases blood oxygenation
- - Boosts levels of Testosterone and natural HIGH
- - Decreases level of Cortisol (hormone released when we’re under stress)
- - Improves muscle strength and tone, enhancing athletic performance
- - Increases bone strength and flexibility while building muscle strength.
- - Combats osteoporosis
- - Reduces back pain and stiffness
Not only will the whole body vibration stimulate the muscles to use the fats as an energy source, the WBV can also stimulate the lymphatic system for proper drainage of the newly liquefied fat from the body, after laser lipo treatment.
The rapid contraction and relaxation of the muscles at 20 to 50 times per second basically works as a pump on both the blood vessels and lymphatic vessels, increasing the speed of blood flow through the body, users may experience this as a tingling, prickling, warm sensation in the skin.
Why is post whole body vibration exercise protocol important?
The underlying mechanism with whole body vibration is elicitation of muscular activity. The effects include increased blood flow, increased oxygenation and heat and release of hormone response comparable to that found after resistance type exercise.
Vibration exercise elicits a mild cardiovascular activity and muscular mechanisms of fatigue, requiring energy. While fat, in the form of fatty acids, is a very desirable energy source, it is dependent on the presence of oxygen to be useful.
All these activities create the need for energy. While fat, in the form of fatty acids, is a very desirable energy source, it is dependent on the presence of oxygen to be useful.
The Vibration platform primarily acts by:
(a) Stimulating muscles thereby creating the need for energy. FFA’s released by the Laser Lipo combined with oxygen to produce energy.
(b) In circumstances where energy is required by the body more quickly than oxygen can be delivered to the required location, the body will switch to its less energy efficient anaerobic system. When the body is using one of its anaerobic energy systems, it cannot utilize FFA’s, but will simply generate less energy and will sustain a greater glucose depletion. This glucose is obtained from the released glycerol and its conversion in liver.
Clinical Applications Researched & Proven Medical Benefits
Decades of research and reports show improvements to many medical conditions. Many reports show an increase in growth hormone and serotonin (the ‘Happiness’ and well-being hormone), while it lowers cortisol and other stress-related hormones.
Vibration Therapy has been used in the medical field for many years for the treatment and prevention of a variety of illnesses, injuries, and adverse health conditions.
The Whole Body Vibration Machine helps prevent aging by improving blood circulation, digestion and flexibility, while delaying the progress of various illnesses.
The theory behind vibration and health dates back to ancient Greece, where body parts that were not working properly were mechanically stimulated in hopes that increased blood flow to these areas would help restore function. The Russian scientist, Vladimir Nazarov was the first to use Whole Body Vibration (WBV)) techniques in athletes, noticing improvement in their muscle strength and flexibility. Applying these findings to the Russian Space Program, he found that with vibration training, astronauts could increase bone and muscle mass before venturing into space, allowing them to potentially stay above the stratosphere for a longer period of time. Weightlessness, or lack of gravity, causes extensive bone and muscle loss, with astronauts losing approximately 2% of their bone mass within a month in space, so NASA teamed up with Russian scientists to study the effects of weightlessness and WBV on astronauts in the International Space Station (ISS). Scientific studies have shown that what helps maintain bone and muscle health in space could potentially help us down here on earth.