Are you, or anyone you know, suffering from pain and mobility problems? Are you unstable on your feet or do you need more energy?
Well, Voxxlife has the answer for you.
Jay Dhaliwal as a young boy started looking for something that may help his Mum who was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, and after many, many years of research he came across a company that could help him with wearable neurotechnology.
It is Human Performance Technology – HPT
It starts with a special tactile pattern that is especially woven into each of the wellness and performance products, socks, insoles and patches. Contact on the skin triggers a neural response that sends information from the receptors on the bottom of your feet (or the inside of your forearm) to your brainstem. Your brain stem is the gateway to your brain, so by clearing it, the information is more able to be processed and the Central Nervous System (CNS) distributes commands to your peripheral nervous system, affecting various functions in your body, from pain regulation to motor control and balance.
The effect is instant, ranging from improved balance, mobility and pain management to better energy level and recovery process, ultimately a happier, healthier life.
For people everywhere, Voxx HPT offers a safe, non-invasive solution to everyday aches and pains. And for those that suffer from Painful Diabetic Neuropathy in their feet, it’s drug-free relief they can count on to help them feel their best.
This technology is all backed by research and proven by science and I cannot emphasise enough how amazing the technology is, as long as you wear it. It is rather like having hearing aids – they only work when you wear them! Also, if you are experiencing hearing loss, maybe it’s time for you to visit a hearing doctor and see if you need hearing aids.
To see how it works here is a video with Jay Dhaliwal explaining the brain mapping that was carried out – quite astonishing! https://youtu.be/Esl9MJKDz4Q
If you or someone you know suffers from neurological problems, specifically POTS syndrome, and want professional help, you may visit a Pots syndrome doctor here at the Wyndham Centre.
If you would like to try this technology call the Wyndham Centre on 01462 893586 or go to: