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About 20 years ago, research at Johns Hopkins Hospital discovered a relationship between fibromyalgia and neurally mediated hypotension. When blood and fluid stays in the lower legs, blood pressure can drop (called hypotension) resulting in less oxygen and nutrients delivered to the brain. A special type of blood pressure problem is called “neurally mediated hypotension”. This is also known as the fainting reflex and occurs when there is a problem with the connection between the nervous system and blood flow regulation system. When the brain gets less oxygen and nutrients symptoms such as muscle pain, fatigue, sleep trouble and problems with thinking can occur, the very same symptoms of Fibromyalgia.
The Hummingbird technology (plantar stimulation) was discovered and published research showed that this new technology could be applied to improve leg fluid flow.
The Hummingbird technology was used to help those with fibromyalgia and the published research associated with Binghamton University and Lourdes hospital showed that significant improvement in symptoms occurred.