It's great to see how much more investigation into the company has gone on since the Rebuilder first appeared a decade ago. I had begun to wonder about it because this winter I had the return of some of some numbness in my feet which had totally resolved with treatment for lyme six months earlier, and it's still not back to it's newer normal. I was running through the list of possibilities for what I could add to my regimen to help with it, and thought about revisiting that idea.
Also, I'd received an email from a friend asking me about another device called the Calmare
. It didn't take much investigation to see that the guy who developed that was a total rip-off artist. I just wasn't sure if he was ripping off Rebuilder or TENS.
So now I have another question. Can anybody help me understand the difference between:
3. Inferential current units
4. EMS or electrical muscle stimulator units
I have a combined TENS/EMS unit. I used it on my feet directly last night and fell asleep with it, and it went on all night. I have no idea if it was on TENS or EMS. I don't know how to set it up to do one or the other.
I have a pure TENS unit, and this I use purely for pain. Usually I use it on my arthritic neck. It works like a dream. In the bad old days, I used it on my feet and it gave relief, but I have to say, in the bad old days, substituting any sensation worked. Massaging my feet, soaking them, frozen green peas, or paraffin wax, depending on the pain du jour.
I had a Rebuilder. But I can't find it. Okay, I know it's got to be somewhere, but I don't know where...and I need more motivation than I've gotten to make myself go look.
So, can anybody help me understand the different units. In English? Not in pure physics or engineering terms?
I like the idea of the sock, but not at a high cost.