Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) therapy involves the use of low-voltage electric currents to treat pain. A small device delivers the current at or near nerves. TENS therapy blocks or changes your perception of pain.
There are two theories about how transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) works. One theory is that the electric current stimulates nerve cells that block the transmission of pain signals, modifying your perception of pain. The other theory is that nerve stimulation raises the level of endorphins, which are the body’s natural pain-killing chemical. The endorphins then block the perception of pain.
Cutting-edge bioelectronic medicine that holds promise for treating diseases like Crohn’s and Parkinson’s, here 3 examples:
➡️️ Vagus nerve stimulation implant helps Crohn’s disease
➡️ Bioelectric gloves help parkinson patients
➡️️ Electrical stimulator device against allergies
There is some hope to fight such diseases via electrical nerve stimulation devices and
this could be the future of medicine.
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