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BUYER'S GUIDE : INVERSION TABLES

Inversion tables are used by physiotherapists and physical therapists in recovery programs to relieve chronic back pain and injuries. They are also often used as part of yoga classes or used in the comfort of your own home. At Natural Living, we offer inversion tables and accessories such as gravity boots, and a portable inversion system. 

Inversion tables are mostly made of sturdy metals that will withstand body weight. When purchasing an inversion table, it's important to consider several factors to ensure you find the right one for your needs. Here are some key points to keep in mind:

1. Safety Features: Look for inversion tables with sturdy construction, safety straps or handles, and a secure ankle locking system to ensure stability and prevent accidents during use.

2. Adjustability: Choose an inversion table with adjustable settings that allow you to control the angle of inversion and tailor the experience to your comfort level and specific needs.

3. Comfort: Opt for an inversion table with ample padding and support for the head, back, and ankles to ensure a comfortable and enjoyable experience, especially during longer inversion sessions.

4. Space Considerations: Consider the size and storage options of the inversion table, particularly if you have limited space in your home or gym. Look for models that fold up compactly for easy storage when not in use.

5. Quality and Durability: Invest in a high-quality inversion table made from durable materials that can withstand regular use over time. Check customer reviews and ratings to ensure you're purchasing a reliable and long-lasting product.

By considering these factors and choosing a quality inversion table that meets your needs, you can experience the numerous benefits of inversion therapy and improve your overall health and well-being.

At Natural Living, there are several selections of inversion tables from Teeter and Sissel in the £300-£500 price range. Delivery is free on all orders over £100 for the UK mainland.

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Inversion tables offer a multitude of benefits for both physical health and overall well-being. By allowing users to invert themselves at various angles, these tables provide a unique form of therapeutic relief and exercise. Here are some of the key benefits of using inversion tables:

1. Spinal Decompression: Inversion tables are renowned for their ability to decompress the spine. By inverting the body, gravitational forces are utilised to elongate the spine, increasing the space between vertebrae and reducing pressure on spinal discs. This can alleviate back pain, improve spinal alignment, and promote overall spinal health.

2. Relief from Back Pain: Many users turn to inversion tables as a natural remedy for back pain. The decompression provided by inversion can help to relieve tension in the muscles and ligaments surrounding the spine, easing discomfort and promoting relaxation. Regular use of inversion tables has been shown to be effective in managing chronic back pain.

3. Improved Posture: Inversion tables can also aid in improving posture by stretching and strengthening the muscles that support the spine. Regular use encourages proper alignment of the spine, shoulders, and hips, which can help prevent slouching and promote better posture both during inversion sessions and throughout daily activities.

4. Enhanced Circulation: Inverting the body allows gravity to assist in improving blood circulation. This can lead to increased oxygen and nutrient delivery to the brain and other vital organs, as well as improved lymphatic drainage. Enhanced circulation can boost energy levels, reduce swelling, and support overall cardiovascular health.

5. Stress Relief: Inversion tables provide a unique opportunity for relaxation and stress relief. Inverting the body allows users to experience a sense of weightlessness and mental clarity, which can help reduce stress, anxiety, and tension. The release of endorphins during inversion can also contribute to a feeling of well-being and relaxation.