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An inversion table is used for inversion therapy. This is a form of therapy that some claim to relieve back pain and fatigue. Basically, an inversion table is used to hang by one's feet. The same effect can be achieved by using gravity boots.
Hanging upside down with an inversion table is also said to stimulate circulation and improve blood flow. Although it has not yet been proven to actually help with back pain or blood flow, an inversion table can be used to gain flexibility and relax.
Inversion tables have become rather popular because famous people claim that it helps them with certain issues. The author Dan Brown says that he uses inversion therapy to get rid of writer's block. Rosie O'Donnell says she uses inversion therapy to treat her depression. Inversion therapy has also been seen in many Hollywood TV shows and movies.
It does work for some people which make others curious about trying it. However, a few people must consult their doctor before trying it out. There are health risks for people with heart disease, high blood pressure and eye diseases. It can also be bad for pregnant women. For first time users, make sure to have someone nearby to assist.
Inversion tables can be used at home. There are different models that have different features. Quite a few are foldable for easy storage. In choosing one, make sure the fasteners used to secure one's ankles are comfortable and durable. It is also important to take note of the size and maximum weight certain models can handle.
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