Arm and Shoulder Pain
I was recently introduced to NIAVIN...it's no longer the "curled up in a little ball crying on the floor" pain it used to be...You have given me my life back!
Dags Roy - Lafayette, Louisiana
After a long week of work at my landscaping business...my knees really hurt...This is the only product that gives me fast results, so I can get back to work.
Vince Iannolo - Northridge, California
Neck and finger pain
I work at a computer for long hours...and have developed finger joint and neck pain...I tried NIAVIN and it worked great...I'm one very satisfied customer.
Gerald Conques - Lafayette, Louisiana
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TRIGGER POINT TREATMENT
WHAT ARE TRIGGER POINTS?
Trigger Points are felt in the body as areas of tenderness in the muscle or joints. They were first described by President John F. Kennedy's personal physician, Dr. Janet Travell. They are in fact electrically charged points that cause local and referred pain, muscle stiffness, joint pain, headache, tennis elbow, back
spasm, bursitis, and other types of pain. Trigger points have been associated with MYOFASCIAL PAIN SYNDROMES and FIBROMYALGIA.
Activated Trigger Points can cause disruption in the autonomic nervous system leading to hormonal imbalance, organ dysfunction, chronic fatigue, and migraine headaches. Pain caused by trigger points are thought to be the biggest cause of disability.
WHAT CAUSES TRIGGER POINTS?
Trigger points may be caused from birth trauma, injury sustained in a fall or accident, poor posture, overexertion, hereditary factors or
most commonly, inflammatory conditions.
HOW ARE TRIGGER POINTS TREATED?
Trigger points have been traditionally treated by injecting cortisone and/or local anesthetics into the area. Other treatments include acupuncture, acupressure, deep tissue massage
or cryotherapy. Patients often take anti-inflammatory pills which are expensive and may have
hazardous side effects, or narcotic pain pills that can cause drowsiness,
dependence, or addiction, and do not treat the source of pain.
HOW DOES NIAVIN "TRIGGER POINT RELIEF" WORK?
NIAVIN deactivates active trigger points topically. The active ingredient is methyl salicylate also know as salicylic acid, a natural derivative of many plants, especially wintergreen (oil of wintergreen). Methyl salicylate is similar but not identical to aspirin and is recognized by the Food and Drug Administration as a topical pain reliever.
A unique proprietary blend of quality essential oils improves the penetration of the active ingredient
and has a pain relieving aromatherapy effect.
Niavin is applied to the skin over the trigger point and gently rubbed in for 20-30 seconds. The product comes in a dry oil which means the oil is absorbed and feels dry to the touch after rubbing in for a few moments.
With regular application the stiffness and pain should be reduced or completely gone. Range of motion increases, tension is relieved and inflammation is reduced.
Several regular applications may be required for the desired effect and results can vary depending on your condition.