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Is your goal is to relieve tight muscles or assist with recovery from a tough workout then causing the already over-tight muscles to tighten with the largest intensity is not going to help.
At frequencies below 20Hz, particularly if the amplitude is low, you are alternating between small continuous tension to a moderate continuous tension. This rhythmic pulsing not only stimulates blood flow. Which aids in detoxifying the muscles and supplying more nutrients. It also stimulates the part of your nervous system that is active when you fall asleep. You can help this soothing effect with deep slow breathing and if it is safe to do so, closing your eyes.
In conclusion, higher vibration frequencies will generate more muscle activity. Only to the point where the vibration is being transmitted effectively. Higher vibration frequencies combined with higher vibration amplitudes will generate most muscle activity. There appear to be good reasons to limit vibration frequencies to less than 50Hz. Frequencies below 20Hz can be used for relieving tight sore muscles and helping with recovery.
Your brain produces these waves when you’re not focusing too hard on anything in particular however at times the brain can do with its own help from external sources if the mind is not relaxed enough. These relaxing waves measure up best between 8 and 12 Hz.
Alpha waves fall in the middle of the brain wave spectrum. Increasing alpha brain waves can stimulate creativity and minimize depression. Neuroscientists recently made a correlation between an increase of alpha brain waves—either through electrical stimulation or mindfulness and meditation—and the ability to reduce depressive symptoms and increase creative thinking, however there is also a strong link toward muscle recovery synthesis.
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