Avazzia BESTTM devices put improved Quality of Life in your hands
Pain and wound management at home is now available with Avazzia BESTTM, non-drug, non-surgical, microcurrent devices.
The single purchase of an Avazzia BESTTM device, over its lifetime, is far less than the cost of over-the-counter drugs or prescription drugs and far less than even minimally invasive surgery.
Avazzia BESTTM (Bio- Electric Stimulation Technology) devices were developed as simple, easy-to-use, hand-held devices for non-pharmacological pain relief. BESTTM devices produce microcurrent electrical impulses, which are transmitted by electrodes in the device through the skin.
Avazzia’s proprietary interactive technology is designed to adapt to each person’s body conditions.
The interactive function of Avazzia BESTTM devices, which sets it apart from other TENS units in the market, adjusts the microcurrent used to stimulate endorphin production.1
The body has an inherent capability of maintaining its own health and function and communications via microcurrents.2 Over the centuries, Western medicine has focused on pharmaceutical cures for illness and damaged tissue. Avazzia takes technology that has been known for decades and brings it into the 21st century.
There is no danger in overdosing with Avazzia BESTTM devices.3 Because these devices include interactive responses, the body will not become habituated to the microcurrent nor “accommodate” (become unresponsive to) the microcurrent.
Pain and wounds do not only impact physically but also socially and psychologically (mental and emotional state).4 Improved pain and wound management can result in a better Quality of Life.
Although subjective, some people suffer from adverse effects of health-related quality of life (HRQoL) such as
Enhanced Quality of Life experienced after using Avazzia BESTTM devices
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- Contraindications of Avazzia device are demand-type cardiac pacemaker and pregnancy. Stimulation should not be applied over the carotid and sinus nerves. Stimulation should not be applied over the neck or mouth. Severe spasm of the laryngeal and pharyngeal muscles may occur, and the contractions may be strong enough to close the airway or cause difficulty in breathing. Do not use while sleeping. See other warnings and precautions in the Owner’s Manual
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- Blome, C., Baade, K., Debus, E. et al. The “Wound-QoL”: A short questionnaire measuring quality of life in patients with chronic wounds based on three established disease-specific instruments. Wound Repair Regen. 2014; 22:4, 504–514
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