New users to VIGO therapy, particularly if treating the whole body can experience temporary adverse effects...
Will I have an adverse reaction?
It is estimated that only around 5% of new VIGO therapy users will have adverse reactions and these reactions are temporary.
What causes adverse reactions to VIGO therapy?
Adverse reactions are caused by the effects of improved circulation. Improved circulation is a desired benefit of using VIGO therapy, however in the very short term a sudden increase in circulation can temporarily aggravate the body.
What are the common adverse reactions to VIGO therapy?
Adverse reactions can include increased pain, slight weakness, dizziness and brain fog. There is a "worse before better" aspect to these reactions and they will not reflect your long-term journey with VIGO therapy.
How can I alleviate adverse reactions?
If you do experience adverse reactions, it is important to slow down your use of the therapy without stopping. Continued use will help your body adjust and an ideal way of doing this is reducing the frequency it is used.