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What is TENS 1.0 TENS Therapy Machine?

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What is TENS 1.0 TENS Therapy Machine?


TENS 1.0 is a dual-channel TENS unit designed to bring instant relief to sore and aching muscles & joints.

Engineered into a very handy and compact device, TENS 1.0 has one significant therapy i.e. TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation) therapy which has proven to be the best non-invasive, drug-free method of relieving pain.

The smart and sleek TENS 1.0 stimulator comes with two output channels thereby allowing the connection of two or four electrodes and offers about 50 intensity levels and 25 programs for you to choose your comfort level of treatment suitable for different parts of the body and according to the severity of pain.

The dual-channel TENS 1.0 stimulator is accompanied by 4 reusable self-adhesive electrode pads, 2 lead wires, an instruction manual, and a USB charging cable.

Highly and regularly recommended by doctors, physiotherapists, and pharmacists throughout the world, TENS 1.0 can help in relieving pain and soreness of any joint muscles caused due to the strain from exercise or normal work activities.

TENS physiotherapy machine generates tiny electrical impulses that are transmitted to the body like little electric shocks, via sticky pads known as electrodes placed at specific sites on a user’s body depending on the physical location of their pain. These electrical impulses stimulate specific nerves thereby creating a tingling or buzzing sensation on the skin which helps in reducing the pain.

The TENS machine works on two theories. One is Gate Control Theory where the electrical impulses interfere with the neural mechanism in the spinal cord that acts as a kind of gate and help block the transmission of pain messages to the brain. While another theory is called The Endorphin Release, which suggests that electrical impulses stimulate the production of higher levels of endorphins – the body’s natural pain killer that blocks pain messages from reaching the brain without any side effects.


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