5 Reasons Why You Need this NOW! 1

  1. 94% improvement in pain, especially in diabetic neuropathy
  2. 31% improved balance & stability
  3. 15-22% more power & increased range of motion
  4. Increased exercise performance & recovery
  5. Improved quality of life

Above facts are based on double blind studies.

You may ask how this is achieved.

Simply put, the special patterns in the socks or the insoles activate precise neuro-receptors on the bottom of your feet. Through the Peripheral Nervous System (PNS) the messages reach your Brain Stem and Central Nervous System (CNS). Then PNS carries commands from your CNS & Brain Stem to the Somatic Nervous System (SoNS) which controls voluntary body movements. Also, the PNS carries commands to the Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) which controls your involuntary body functions such as breathing, heartbeat and the digestive processes.

As we know, the brainstem controls the flow of messages from the brain and the rest of the body.

The VOXX HPT, Human Performance Technology, balances bodies’ sensory-motor communication, bringing your body into homeostasis.

This means a relaxed Autonomic Nervous System (ANS). 

Your body is not operating from fight-or-flight mode, it’s calmer, more relaxed.

I really liked the comparison Jay, CEO of VOXXLIFE did: when you go to open the garage door sometimes you need to punch in the code.  Unless you put in all the correct numbers that door won’t open and that’s exactly how the socks and the insoles work. They have that precise pattern (the code) to activate your body’s sensory-motor communication with your brain.

At this point you probably want to know where you can get your hands on these socks or insoles, right?

Go to www.voxxlife.com/4urhealth to order them or stop by our office to try a demonstration and feel firsthand the instant difference.


“Right away I felt my alignment improve.  And while playing golf, my range of motion increased as I rotated my body and I wasn’t bending my knee during the rotation of my swing!”

-Moji O.

About the author 

Ani Papazyan

Ani is a pain relief specialist and an educator. She utilizes advanced pain relief manual therapy techniques, functional nutrition, genetics, and education to help people overcome pain and do what they love.

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