With the purchase of any of the Healy editions, you will also receive Healy bracelets. They are an essential accessory for the application of many of the microcurrent programs that are used through the application of the pink dot.
Healy bracelets (Healy wristbands) are conductive bracelets, also called electrode bracelets, whose purpose is to transfer or transmit the small currents emitted by your device to your skin.
In other words, these bracelets act as a connecting or intermediary element. Which makes it possible that the currents provided by Healy can effectively stimulate the cells and systems of your body to improve its health.
To better understand how they work and how to use them, it is useful to talk in a little more detail about what conductive or electrode bracelets are in general.
What are conductive bracelets?
Conductive bracelets or electrode bracelets are devices used in combination with electronic devices such as the Healy device to stimulate specific areas of the body.
These bracelets are designed with electrodes that conduct micro electrical currents through the skin into muscle tissue, which can help relieve pain, reduce inflammation, improve blood and lymphatic circulation, and strengthen muscles.
Conductive wristbands or electrode bracelets are particularly useful in microcurrent therapy, which uses low-intensity electrical currents to treat ailments of various kinds.
A type of therapy that, as we all know, is an effective and non-invasive form of treatment. It can help improve people’s health and well-being in multiple ways.
In addition, these bracelets are also used in the field of sports and fitness to improve muscle performance and prevent injuries.
How Healy Wristbands (Healy Bracelets) are used for the application of microcurrent programs
Healy wristbands are used in the application of microcurrent programs in combination with the Healy device. Here, we explain how Healy wristbands are used for the application of microcurrent programs.
Program selection: On the Healy device, select the program corresponding to the area of the body you wish to treat. The device itself will indicate whether you should apply it with the bracelets or if you should use adhesive electrodes.
In either case, you can increase or decrease the intensity level if you wish. Some people have very little sensitivity and can set a high intensity without any discomfort. For others, a level between 20% and 30% will be sufficient.
Preparation: Before putting on the Healy bracelets, it is important to clean the skin in the area where the bracelets will be applied and moisten them slightly to improve electrical conductivity.
Connecting the Wristbands: Connect the Healy Wristbands to the Healy device according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Make sure the connections are secure, and the wires are positioned correctly.
Placing the wristbands: Place the Healy wristbands on each of your wrists, making sure that the electrodes are in direct contact with the skin and that the wristbands are securely fastened.
Starting the program: Start the microcurrent program selected on the Healy device and allow the therapy to run for the time recommended in the program instructions.
Removing the wristbands: When the microcurrent program is completed, remove the Healy wristbands and clean the skin with clean water.
It should be mentioned that it is very important to follow the manufacturer’s instructions and proper protocols to ensure safe and effective application of microcurrent programs with Healy Wristbands.
Why moisten Healy Wristbands (Healy Bracelets) before applying microcurrent programs?
It is a good idea to moisten Healy Wristbands before applying microcurrent programs because water is an excellent conductor of electricity.
By moistening the wristbands, a conductive environment is created for the electrical microcurrents to flow through the skin into the muscle tissue.
In addition, moisture can improve the adhesion of the wristbands to the skin, which prevents them from slipping or moving during microcurrent therapy. This is especially important in areas where the skin is more sensitive or where there is more body hair.
Therefore, by moistening Healy wristbands prior to use, the effectiveness and comfort of microcurrent therapy can be enhanced.
It is important to note that the water used to moisten the wristbands should be clean and contain no chemicals or irritants that may damage the skin or interfere with the treatment.
Why use Healy Wristbands (Healy Bracelets) and not another brand for the application of the programs?
It is convenient to use Healy wristbands for the application of the programs because they are specifically designed to be compatible with the Healy device and the microcurrent programs it offers.
Healy Wristbands are an integral part of the Healy microcurrent system, and have been created to ensure optimal conductivity and efficiency in the application of the programs.
The use of other brands of wristbands may interfere with the proper application of the microcurrent programs and reduce their effectiveness. In addition, other brands of wristbands may not be designed for the same quality and durability as Healy wristbands.
Therefore, for best results and safe and effective application of the microcurrent programs, it is recommended to use Healy Wristbands that are specifically designed to work with the Healy device and its programs.
This ensures an optimal treatment experience and maximizes the potential health and wellness benefit.
When it is convenient to use adhesive electrodes instead of conductive wristbands (conductive bracelets) to apply Healy programs?
Adhesive electrodes are a convenient option for applying Healy programs in areas of the body that are difficult to reach or where it is not possible to use conductive wristbands. In general, adhesive electrodes are recommended for applying programs in the following situations:
Small or hard-to-reach body areas: Adhesive electrodes may be a more convenient and effective option than conductive wristbands for applying programs to body areas that are small or difficult to reach, such as the ankles, toes, or facial area.
Localized pain: If pain is concentrated in a particular area of the body, the use of adhesive electrodes may provide a more targeted and effective application than conductive wristbands.