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The Safetox technique is based on well-known physiological mechanisms that are described extensively in scientific medical literature.

Low frequencies: muscular excitation

Low frequencies produce quick muscular excitations.

An impulse repeated every second produces the elementary muscle response.

This is not a contraction but rather a simple jolt known in physiology as a "twitch". 

These jolts last for just 1/10th of a second.    

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High frequencies: muscular tetanisation

Higher frequencies produce a progressive muscular tetanisation.

Repeating the impulses will progressively lead to a fusion of the twitches.

Together these result in muscular contraction.    

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High frequencies produce a progressive but complete muscular inhibition and decontraction. This is Safetox's electro-inhibition.

The very specific impulses are set up in such a way as to transitorily suppress the excitability of the target muscles.

After several minutes, the high frequency of Safetox's impulses produce an ionic change in the muscle fibres (accumulation of extracellular K+ potassium), which eliminates any relaxation potential (or membrane potential), rendering the muscle fibres inexcitable.

This state of inexcitability results in deep relaxation and eliminates the tone in the muscle fibres targeted.

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