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Will it work to stop arm pit sweating?Dwayne Barry said:What do you want to use it for?
"Recovery", strengthening, endurance training?
I have ready access to electrical stimulation equipment and I teach electrotherapy and I don't use it. For the most part, there is nothing you can achieve with E-stim that can't be achieved with voluntary exercise, and certainly in some cases (e.g. strengthening) it is far more comfortable to do it yourself.
I have no idea, don't consider autonomic responses much.bas said:Will it work to stop arm pit sweating?
I remember some advertisements in magazines.Dwayne Barry said:I have no idea, don't consider autonomic responses much.
Although quite a few people get a typical "nervous sweat" from the apprehension of getting "shocked" and some people can't deal with it even at very low intensities. Quite similar to fear of heights or needles or whatever.
I don't recall ever reading anything about using it for something like stopping sweating.
I need something to make the voices louder.MR_GRUMPY said:I have a Compex unit that I use for recovery in multi-day events.
If you attach the pads to your head, it helps to quiet down the "voices" that tell you to do bad things.
No, ultrasound is completely different.threesportsinone said:Is it like an ultrasound massage? Is it like Iontophoresis?
Best of luck with your surgery, I just had a fall that resulted in 3 pins down there and I've got 5 more weeks on crutches let alone rehab. Not fun . If you get a good surgeon you'll be up and at 'em in no time!OldRoadGuy said:An additional situational question....
I'm going to have to have hip surgery. Not looking forward to it.
Would the electro stim help the recovery time?
You'll be setting off metal detectors in no time.Kris Flatlander said:Best of luck with your surgery, I just had a fall that resulted in 3 pins down there and I've got 5 more weeks on crutches let alone rehab. Not fun . If you get a good surgeon you'll be up and at 'em in no time!