Rezzimax Tuner Blog

  • My Chronic Pain is the Same as Your Chronic Pain, Right?

    If I stub my toe, it hurts. If you stub your toe, it hurts. My pain is the same as your pain, right? Actually, no. Pain is, in fact, very different based on gender! During the 188th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Jennifer Kelly, Ph.D. discussed three differences between how men and women experience pain and how that can influence chronic pain. Also included are some great tips for reducing chronic pain!
  • Chronic pain, the search to find a solution

    Wouldn’t it be amazing if we could just plug ourselves in when we aren’t feeling well and “recharge”?  But wait, we are thinking, doing, human beings. We don’t have to just sit there and take it! Be proactive! Increase your immune system by feeding your body healthy foods. Exercise and pump life-giving oxygen through your body. Yawn and stimulate blood flow. Grab your Rezzimax Tuner and tune your body!
  • The Rezzimax Tuner Pro can manage anyone’s pain. Or can it?

    My science teacher taught me “always avoid always and never say never.” It really is a good theory....Before you consume (or use) something, you should have 1) a general idea of your health 2) an idea of how much (or little) of a good thing is bad and 3) how a product works and should be used. Let’s learn about the Rezzimax Tuner Pro. It can manage anyone’s pain. Or can it?

  • Mystery disease or vagus nerve malfunction?

    Sometimes we are confronted with mystery illnesses, changing symptoms, and health challenges that just don’t seem to make sense. They don’t follow normal patterns, and they don’t stick to a known list of symptoms. The vagus nerve connects the brain, the spine, and the gut (as well as all other organs), carrying messages to and fro. More and more researchers are starting to wonder if it is the cause, or at least a partial cause, of these mysterious health challenges.
  • How does the gut communicate? The vagus nerve information highway.

    The vagus nerve, also called the wandering nerve, wanders from the brain to the lowest levels of your intestines (gut). On the way, it touches most of the major organs in the body. Because the vagus nerve covers so much vital territory, it is an important part of the communication chain in the body. Gut instincts are information that is literally transferred from the gut (intestines) to the brain via the vagus nerve. Studies have shown that the information traveling along this nerve affect your emotional state. Why does your gut care about your emotional state? Why might we get indigestion due to stress?