Many people deal with back pain, inefficient circulation, toxin buildup, stress and low energy every day. There are many ways to try and deal with these problems and each have their own advantages for particular situations. One very natural method is by using inversion.
Inversion therapy is a drug-free method of decompressing the spine, which can lead to relief from back pain, greater circulation and reduced stress. Inverting can help remove toxins, increase energy, move more oxygen to the brain, improve lymphatic drainage and help better align the weight-bearing skeleton. Many trainers, doctors and physical therapists are using it to aid in preventing fatigue joint injuries.
There are other potential benefits. Decompression takes pressure off discs so they widen and rehydrate faster. It increases intervertebral separation and reduces pain from pinched nerves. It can help reduce varicose veins by moving the blood and can improve hair and skin due to an increase in circulation.
What about safety and comfort?
If you’re asking this question you’ve probably seen inversion tables that put great stress on your knees or don’t have a good point of balance. Inversion tables are not required to comply to UL safety standards, so it is important to look for brands that voluntarily comply. Teeter is the most well known and their tables were rated the best by Dynamark Engineering after testing.
With Teeter tables you stretch comfortably with a precision balance point for safety and hang by the ankles with the support of the table. This doesn’t put a load of pressure on your knees, and the ankle system has a variety of options to best suit your particular needs.
There are a lot of options when it comes to inversion tables. You can see a helpful comparison for possibilities. Besides the features covered in that file, most Teeter tables have optional accessories you can choose. We recommend using the comparison to determine the base model you are looking for, then add accessories if they fit your situation.