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Arctic Blast Review

by Ellen Thomas (2019-04-30)

The device must then create, and send, a compensating Arctic Blast waveform, to 'smooth out' these irregularities, very similar to the way noise canceling headphones work.This process goes on 7.83 times every second, sending a signal, analyzing the returning signal, creating a compensating signal, and sending this new signal. It is constantly analyzing your response, and adjusting itself, to gently coax your nerve's ability to send and receive proper signals.These impulses are sent 7.83 times per second because that is how long it takes for the nerve cell to re-polarize (or reset) itself between its transmission of nerve signals. Minerals like calcium, sodium, and potassium must pass back and forth through the cell wall of the nerves. Although very similar to a 'common' TENS device, the specialized neuromuscular stimulator signals are vastly more controlled and precise. Commons TENS devices use an unnatural, uncontrolled, simple signal at a much higher frequency, specifically designed to stop the cells ability to repolarize. This is why a common TENS merely blocks the nerve signals. This device is a very specialized form of TENS, which rehabilitates the neuropathy patient.