The use of electric current generated by a device to stimulate the nerves for therapeutic purposes is known as transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation.
Although the phrase is sometimes used with a more narrow aim, namely to characterise the type of pulses produced by portable stimulators used to alleviate pain, smart TENS by definition covers the full range of transcutaneously applied currents used for nerve stimulation. Usually, two or more electrodes, which are typically conductive gel pads, are used to attach the device to the skin.
The pulse width, frequency, and intensity can all be modulated using a normal battery-powered smart TENS device. TENS is typically applied at either a low frequency or a high frequency with an intensity below that which causes motor contraction. The use of a mixed frequency mode by many TENS devices in more recent times has helped reduce tolerance to repeated use.
Strong yet pleasant stimulation is ideal, with higher intensities—regardless of frequency—producing the most analgesia. Although clinical trials have shown that TENS is helpful, there is disagreement on the conditions that the device should be used to treat.
The Global Smart TENS devices Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
TENS 2.0, a Smart – Wearable, Wireless, and Pocket-sized Pain Management Device launched by UltrcareCare Pro, features a contemporary design that is genuinely wireless and is the size of a smartwatch. It is designed to treat joint, muscle, and everyday pain. Whether it is momentary or chronic, pain is a significant barrier to daily tasks.
Anyone with muscle aches, arthritis, menstrual cramps, endometriosis-related pelvic discomfort, knee pain, sports injuries, or any other type of joint or muscular pain in the body can find immediate, natural relief with TENS 2.0. The TENS 2.0 uses TENS therapy and is a Plug & Play device that may be readily applied to the affected body areas.
TENS transmits tingling electrical impulses to the portion of our body that is experiencing pain. The pain signal’s path to the spinal cord and brain is blocked by these electrical impulses. It relaxes muscles and relieves pain. The body’s natural painkillers, endorphins, are produced by TENS electrical impulses.
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