5 Amazing Benefits of Using an Inversion Table


Did you ever suffer from back pain? Did you ever consider using an inversion table?

Inversion table were designed for relieving back pain using the force of gravity. Inversion tables allow individuals to hang upside down in an inverted angle where the feet are lower than the heart. Hanging in such a position helps decompress the spine and thus reduce back pains. Inversion tables are hugely beneficial and are recommended for people who are suffering from back pain. The inversion table helps the heart recover from the rigors of daily activities and improves the blood circulation.

Lets discuss the main benefits of inversion tables:

1. Better alternative to surgery

Back pain surgery is the traditional treatment prescribed to patients suffering from back pains. However, this kind of surgery is usually painful and takes a long time for a patient to recover fully. Additionally, surgery is not a permanent solution to back pains. The inversion table is the best alternative to invasive back surgery. People prone to back pains can live for extended year’s pain free by using inversion table therapy on a regular basis. There exists a substantial body of medical research that shows that the use of inversion table therapy is a better alternative to invasive back surgery. Also, inversion table therapy is not as painful as surgery and takes a shorter time to eliminate back pains. In this regard, one of the main benefits of inversion tables is that they remove the need for painful and time consuming back surgery.

2. Improves the health of the lymph system

Waste in the lymphatic system travels in a one way direction. This can contribute to the accumulation of toxins in the lymph systems. According to the physicians and arthritis relief experts, hanging upside down on an inversion table helps the lymph system flush out some of these toxins. Hanging in this position helps flush out lactic acid and other waste. The accumulation of waste in the lymphatic system causes pain. Therefore, the use of an inversion table improves an individual’s lymphatic system and flush out dangerous toxins.

3. Improves a person’s mood

Depression and stress are common psychological conditions affecting millions of people worldwide. The use of inversion table has been proven to improve people’s moods. Hanging in an inverted position improved blood circulation, which in turn leads to the release of neurotransmitters. The release of neurotransmitter balances out hormones that determine a person’s mood. Inversion tables help deal with depression, mood swings as well as premenstrual symptoms. This is another significant benefit of regular use of inversion table therapy.

4. Improves blood circulation

Hanging in an inverted position on an inverted table helps increase blood flow to the brain. This helps improve circulation of nutrients and oxygen to the brain cells. The increased flow of blood and nutrients to the brain helps improve the efficiency of the brain. According to experts, the use of inversion table helps improve the brain’s efficiency by up to 14%. The result of this is increased concentration, clear thinking, and memory observation. Additionally, an inverted table helps circulate stagnated blood due to the fact that an individual is an inverted pose against gravity. Thus, using an inversion table helps improve a person’s mental health and boost blood circulation in the body.

5. Relieves Herniated pain

The body’s vertebrae are separated by soft discs. The latter discs function as shock absorbers. Moreover, these discs allow nerves to flow from the spinal cord to the spinal cord without being pinched. These discs get pulled down due to gravitational forces. The center of the vertebrae has jelly like part which bulges out between the vertebrae and causes pressure against the spinal cord. It is for this reason that herniated discs are also referred to as raptured disc. The rapturing of the discs causes pinched nerves, which causes mild to excruciating pain. To relieve the pain, inversion table therapy significantly decompresses the pressure created by the herniated disc. The decompression of pressure on the vertebrae moves the disc back in place and relieves the pain. The decompressions also improve circulation in the disc, allowing the removal of waste in the discs and improve the flow of oxygen in the discs. Though there is little research on the impacts of inversion table on herniated discs, many physicians assert that inversion table can be used to relieve the pain caused by the rapturing of herniated discs.



Ron Yahaloms