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Vibration Promotes Cardiovascular Function

During vibration, it will help the muscles contract and relax rhythmically. The blood vessels in the whole body, including the micro vessels will expand and increase the blood flow in the blood vessels.

Cardiovascular diseases include heart palsy, angina pectoris (myocardial infarction), arrhythmia, hemorrhagic heart failure, high blood pressure, stroke, congenital heart defects, prevention and improvement of rheumatic heart disease, etc. The most common diseases among them are myocardial infraction, stroke and high blood pressure.

The Concept of How Vibration Reduces the Risk of Cardiovascular Disease

  1. Whole Body Vertical Vibration(WBVV) can stimulate the parasympathetic nervous system
    To reduce heart rate and blood pressure.
  2. Increase the concentration of nitric oxide (NO) concentration in the blood
    After the blood circulation is accelerated, the blood flow generates moderate blood flow scissors on the blood vessel wall, stimulates the production of nitric oxide in the vascular endothelial cell tissue, promotes blood vessel expansion, thereby reducing blood pressure and heart load, and reducing the risk of cerebral cardiovascular disease.
  3. Increase cerebral blood flow and heart oxygen concentration
    Whole Body Vertical Vibration(WBVV) greatly increases brain blood flow by 150% and heart blood flow by 70%. It greatly improves the activation and function of brain and heart cells. It also promotes microvascular blood flow and improves peripheral circulation.
  4. Lowers the Arteriosclerosis Index
    Whole Body Vertical Vibration(WBVV) reduces the velocity of arterial pulse waves, which in turn reduces the risk of arterial sclerosis.
  5. Promotes hormones-tPA secretion-reduces the risk of vascular infarction
    The full name of tPA is tissue-type plasminogen activator (tPA), which is an important factor to promote the decomposition of thrombus in the body, so it can help dissolve thrombus and avoid the risk of myocardial infarction and stroke.