When not to use vibration machines

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Currently the trend is exercised in vibrated machines, a trend that grows and several sporting venues included in their bids. These machines take advantage of the vibration and movement of the body to tone and strengthen muscles throughout the body. But sometimes we overlook the contraindications that may be.

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Although it is training accessible to all, not everyone can use these machines. People who suffer an injury should avoid these machines, because the movement can worsen the situation and spoil the natural healing process initiated by the body. Best thing is to wait before training with vibratory movements.

People subject to high levels of stress or fatigue may worsen his condition, rather than relax, which is his initial intention. Excessive movement is also contraindicated for persons who have recently undergone surgery.

They should also be avoided by people with varicose veins and diseases of the circulatory system, eye problems such as cataracts, osteoporosis or diseases of the joints, and hernias.

The vibratory machines can also be very dangerous for pregnant women and people suffering from epilepsy. People with prostheses and pacemakers are at high risk when using these machines.

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