Which type of massage can help my Restless Legs?
Everyone with restless legs, by habit, rub their legs when the sensations are active. Unfortunately, it usually does not help much.
Why? Because of the body's natural ability to counteract the outer influence.
Our body is amazing, it can adjust to not react on outer influences. Its similar to scratching your own back versus having someone else do it for you; the latter simply feels much better.
This is a key issue with the normal automatic massage tools. They are so slow and predictable that the body simply adjust to not react, causing you to not get the wanted effect.
Accordingly, you need something else when getting the tingling sensations of Restless Legs.
You need speed - the body cannot counterwork sonic speed circulations.
You need unpredictability - rhythmic vibrations jumping from pad to pad. The body cannot readjust to these signals.
You need contact with the skin at several spots - to effectively stimulate blood flow and the oxygen levels in the legs.
You need a "loop reaction": Medzock makes the body oppose the extra similar interference from Medzock to your specific itching from restless legs. The forced counteraction from the body is to lower the itching intensity, which calms your legs!
In the longevity aspect the unpredictable interference can lower restless legs permanently, if the body reaches a new set point. The patented buildup of Medzock with speed, vibration free joints, several stimuli points, -keep giving you the same effect every night, and not the least, are vital for manipulating restless legs.
In a way Medzock is a positive manipulator. Getting your brain and body to believe that the legs are moving when you are actually sitting still. And since it is a 100% wearable technology, you don't have to do anything yourself. So the feeling is just as good as someone scratching your back!
The concept behind Medzock is simply to use it, and go to sleep without itching or tingling. Medzock keeps the legs in this normal state for hours. The result? Wake up in the morning refreshed after a long night's sleep.