The effects of the NEURO.BORD
In the beginning, some users may experience an increase in pain that peaks within 30 seconds and gradually subsides immediately afterwards. At the same time, relaxation sets in. The heart rate decreases and the heart rate variability (HRV) increases.
The pain-relieving effect is most likely explained by a release of endorphins (abbreviation for endogenous morphine). This body's own painkiller is released in the brain and in the pituitary gland.
The effect of NEURO.BORD can be explained by the various regulatory circuits of neuromuscular control. The decision whether muscle cells tense or relax is made in the central nervous system (CNS). In order for the brain or spinal cord to make "good decisions", it is constantly informed about environmental factors by means of receptors located in the skin and connective tissue.
The permanent mechanical stimulation of the skin and connective tissue by the NEURO.BORD leads to an altered tension situation (namely relaxation) in the entire skeletal musculature. This is perceived as incredibly pleasant by most users who previously had to struggle with tension.