Frequently Asked Questions:
FAQ’s about “Charged” Jewelry:
Q: How are these pieces “charged?”
A: Using a modified MRI machine we are able to charge natural minerals or metals to 7.83hz which we know to be the same frequency that the Earth and its biological system functions at.
Q: How long will the charge last?
A: The charge is permanent, you can wear the our pieces in the shower, to sleep, etc.
Q: Isn’t this the same as the Power Balance, Magnet, Copper and Ion Bracelets?
A: NO! Wave2Wellness is a completely separate technology! Our inventory, as well as the process used to charge our items is NOT THE SAME! Sure some of the tests are the same but you can make a call with a Walkie Talkie to another Walkie Talkie. Then do the same test with an iPhone to an Android which is the same test BUT the technology between the Walkie Talkie and the Smart Phones are entirely different. So take Magnets, Ion and Copper Bracelets to be the Walkie and our Tech is the Smartphone.
Ps: Power Balance has been involved in a law suit regarding the effectiveness of their products, and how well they hold their charge (if at all)
Q: Should I wear more than one piece at a time?
A: Yes and No. Do you need more than one piece at time? Not necessarily. If your alignments are mild and manageable already, based on the feedback from customers, wearing a single level 1 or level 2 piece should be more than enough. However we do have many customers with multiple aches and pains and they swear by having a level 3 piece or multiple items has help relieve their issues at much quicker rate and more effectiveness. Our suggestion? Start with whatever seems comfortable for you and experience the difference yourself. You can always upgrade or get more later down the road.
Q: Will I see better results if I wear a “charged” bracelet on each hand?
A: Reportedly Yes! Is it absolutely necessary? No. One will effect your entire body. The only difference between wearing 1 vs wearing multiple items from customer reviews is similar to the question above. The speed at which people notice improvements and how MUCH they notice the improvement itself.
Q:Whats the best way to describe the Schumann resonance and how it can help people to wear these charged pieces?
A: Wearing these charged pieces will help bring your body back to it’s natural state, typically our bodies are effected negatively from the EMF’s (Electro Magnetic Frequencies) omitted by everyday appliances such as cell phones, tvs, microwaves and the like. These charged pieces will help align your body at a cellular level and return to it’s natural state which has reportedly shown increases in balance, energy, focus, pain management, posture, attitude and more!
FAQ’s about TENS Units:
Q: What is Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS)?
A: TENS, is a drug-free, non-invasive therapy designed to reduce and relieve muscle and joint pain, stiffness and numbness in the arms, legs, feet and lower back by applying electrical nerve stimulation to the surface of the skin near the site of the pain.
Q: How does TENS work?
A: Scientific theory suggests TENS can work in several ways: the pulses can block pain messages from reaching the brain, the stimulation can trigger the body to produce more endorphins (a natural pain killer) or the therapy can improve blood circulation.
Q: What type of pain is TENS best for?
A: This therapy works best on acute pain versus chronic pain, which is more serious.
Q: Can TENS cure my pain?
A: No; this type of therapy does not cure the underlying cause of your pain. It can provide temporary relief or reduction of pain.
Q: Is TENS safe?
A: Yes; TENS has been prescribed and used for more than 30 years by medical professionals such as physicians, physical therapists and chiropractors as an effective pain relief solution. The iRest Massager for Pain Relief is FDA-cleared. The iRest Massager is available over the counter without a prescription.
Q: Who can use TENS?
A: Any adult who suffers from muscle or joint pain can use this therapy. However, it should not be used by children, pregnant women or anyone who has an implanted metallic or electronic device. Ask your physician if you have any questions related to your health.
Q: Does insurance cover the cost of a TENS device?
A: Consult your physician and/or insurance company to determine if a TENS device would be covered for your specific pain management needs.