Muscle weakness; Increased thirst and urination; Large muscle weakness; Insomnia; Infertility; Muscle pain all over; Heat intolerance; Cold intolerance; Intense, painful itching all over; Internal painful itching; Intense body heat in pain areas; Pain in legs; Ache in area of kidneys/adrenals; Feeling of internal shaking or vibration; Chronic bacerial infection; Metal taste in mouth; Bacterial Infections; numb arms/hands; internal vibrations; Aches in finger joints; Pain in back of knees; Muscle cramps; Muscle shrinking; sinus inflamation
A: Honestly, you’re too old NOT to get started. The science shows that college-age kids don’t have to worry about hormone levels and muscle loss – getting in shape is easy for them. From your 30’s to 40’s and beyond, when hormones and metabolism start to change, if you don't eat the right food and get the right exercise, your muscles (and bone density) disintegrate faster with every passing year, while fat goes on easier. Age 35-55 is our biggest member demographic and more people are joining us after 55 than ever because that age group is finally discovering how crash diets accelerate aging while training and feeding the muscle reverses aging.
One of the most commonly asked questions here at Stimrx is “What is the difference between TENS and EMS?” Most people assume that TENS and EMS are similar enough to be interchangeable. StimRx wants to make sure you know the differences in the two, and the importance of when to use each of the modes with our equipment. Both TENS and EMS devices use a power supply, lead wires and identical electrodes to supply the electrical impulses to the body. However, their purpose is quite different. Most machines offer both TENS and EMS programs to choose from. You can select not... read more