Oska Pulse for the Win

October 12, 2017

I have been given this product as part of a product review through the Chronic Illness Bloggers network. Although the product was a gift, all opinions in this review remain my own and I was in no way influenced by the company. 

Winning with Oska Pulse

For a while now I have been dreaming of existing without a continuous headache and shoulder/neck pain. It has been a pain in the neck, literally. You name it, I had tried it. Yet, nothing was working. The pain, combined with my MECFS, was doing me in.

Then I had the opportunity to try the Oska Pulse. Now, I had continued to hear such positive things from those in the Chronic Illness Bloggers network, that I was itching to try. So when the opportunity for some of us here, down under to have a go, I leaped at the opportunity.

Now, the Oska Pulse is not a TENS machine, and as the TENS was the only sort of “electronic” type of device I had heard of, I was curious to see how this was different. The scientific me wanted to know. So, I thought I'd let Oska Wellness explain it for you...

"When cells are injured or have degenerated, they lose their electrical potential
and are no longer able to exchange ions, causing inflammation and pain.
Oska Pulse uses optimized PEMF to restore the electrical potential cells need
to receive nutrients and oxygen, which stimulates cellular regeneration—relieving
pain, and activating the body’s natural recovery process." 

Make It, Bake It, Fake It

Now, to begin with I was of course sceptical. The good people at Oska Pulse encourage a 3 month trial period, this is not an overnight cure, and neither is it marketed as one. Yet, despite this, Oska Pulse offers a money back process if you are dissatisfied with the product.

So, I began the use of the Oska Pulse. It is easy to use. Put it near the area of pain, switch it on, and allow it to work. It works in a 30 minute cycle, so you need to keep it on for that long at a time. It comes with a strap, but I have been able to just rest it next to me each time I have a rest.

Initially, my fatigue levels went through the roof. I don’t know if this was a result of the use, or just my body being my body. However, I wouldn’t be surprised with my body, as it is super sensitive to everything! By week 2 it had calmed down a little. And already I was beginning to notice the difference. I was using less pain killers. I figure that in itself is a positive sign. 3 months on and I have barely needed to use the strong painkillers...that I am impressed with!

I now dream of it having the same effect on viral or hormonal headaches...as I am yet to see a dent made in them. Maybe with ongoing use this could be an area of improvement in the future.

It has also been helping with my sleep. Turn it on when lying down, place it near your pillow, and away you go. I still have some middle of the night insomnia periods, but am working on utilising the Oska Pulse.

Now, the price of this device (US$399) makes it a big investment. And so I wouldn’t want to spruik a product to my friends and family that I wasn’t completely satisfied with. I am also completely aware that everyone's bodies are so different and respond so differently. To that end I would have happily lent out my Oska Pulse to my family and friends to have a try, but, I like it too much, and I am not sharing! So, with that in mind, take into consideration the 90 day money back offer, if you want to give it a try too!

If you are interested here is the referral link.  And use discount Code Word: MAKEITBAKEITFAKEIT for US$55 off the price. 

Feel free to ask me any questions about my experience, I am happy to share.
Go check them out at Oska Wellness and over on Facebook.

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