If you’re like many people, you reach for the bottle of Tylenol — or whatever over-the-counter pain pill you have handy — as soon as you feel a headache or any other sort of bodily pain coming on. That’s not necessarily a bad thing: OTC pain medications do have their place, and they’re proven to be effective, although I’m sure you don’t need clinical evidence if you’ve experienced the effects of these medications first-hand. But contrary to popular belief, OTC pain medications aren’t always the best way to relieve pain. Their effects are rather temporary, after all, and they might cause side effects in some people. If you’re interested in alleviating pain without medicine — even the mild OTC kind — consider trying one of these devices for drug-free pain relief. Oska Pulse Oska Wellness Oska Pulse uses pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) technology, which emits energy at different wavelengths to stimulate your body’s natural recovery process. This type of technology is commonly used in medical settings, including post-surgical healing and cancer treatment. PEMF has helped to reduce pain in the feet, lower back, knees and more. Instead of taking a body-wide approach to pain relief (like OTC or other drugs), the Oska Pulse… Read full this story
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