Does inversion therapy really work with back pain?

Loads of people, including myself offer praises for the benefits of inversion table therapy that extend the the spine, relieving back pain for millions of sufferers around the world.

There has been some confusion on the safety of inversion therapy starting back in 1983, but lets hear from the Mayo Clinic first and see what they have to say about it.

The Mayo Clinic states Inversion therapy may give some short term relief, but there have been studies that have shown it to be ineffective long term. This is true from my experience. I can get on the table or the inversion chair and in 3 to 5 minutes, pain free for the next 8 to 12 hours depending on my activity level. This is a very generous trade value when you have back pain.

Back to the confusion starting in 1983.

According to Wikipedia, a book written by Mia Campbell brought about a huge misunderstanding that still has some in the medical profession opposed to inversion. You can read more about the debacle on Wikipedia.

It is still recommended that people with high blood pressure, heart disease or glaucoma not try inversion therapy and that no one should start inversion therapy without first consulting with your doctor.

The best part is that it works for most even if it is short term.

What is the best vaporizer on the maket today?

There are arguments, discussions and debates on who has the best vaporizer on the market. Opinions are wide and varied on what people believe is best, so what is the best vaporizer?

The answer is not simple because of the different uses of them. You have desktops, portables, portables with whips and small compact units that are easily concealed and fit in the palm of you hand.

If you only vape at home, a desktop is probably the best choice, butt if you are busy, on the go all the time and need to be able to be discrete, then an easily concealable and pocket size vaporizer like the new ascent portable by DaVinci may be best for you.

Now, when you talk about value, it is determined by what you pay for it, how well it works and how efficient is the unit.

This is why you see the lower cost vaporizers like the highly rated MFLB selling like wildfire. You get a lot of bang for the buck.

It is less than 125 bucks, uses small amounts of material per session and gives results like the 250 to 500 dollar units, and can be used while you are on the go.

If you want to know who has the best vaporizer, consider how you will use it and you will get the perfect one for you.