Managing Chronic Pain

The Oska Pulse may reduce the need for pain killer medication by providing an environment that speeds the body’s natural healing. 

Chronic pain is usually the result of damage to peripheral nerves through injury, infection, or inflammation.   Despite decades of research, available drugs for treating neuropathic pain have little effect, possibly because these drugs are designed to only target neurons that relay information to the brain.

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Is pain necessary?

Pain is a necessary sensation generally designed to help remove us from danger.   For example, placing the hand on a hot surface.   It also tells us that something is wrong and needs to be dealt with; so many different kinds of pain that send messages through the peripheral nervous system to the brain.   Chronic pain can be totally irregular, ignoring all efforts to control.

Scientists now believe the immune system and glial cell activity may also participate in the symptoms of diverse pathological pain. Ref: 1
The long-term use of pain-blocking medication…. that has a minimal effect on chronic or neuropathic pain… can be detrimental to general health and well-being, compromising the immune system. 
Considering the need to look after our immune system, we need to avoid this.  

The Oska Pulse is designed to reduce the need for pain killer medication by modulating cell membrane, providing an environment that speeds the body’s natural healing process, getting to the source of pain.   (A simple analogy is like what happens when you fertilise your lawn.)   Repair the damage, and you lose the pain!

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Ref 1. https://journals.physiology.org/doi/full/10.1152/physrev.00011.2002

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