There are two reasons you might turn consider the best Inversion table you can find. The first is that you want to work your abs in your home gym.
But, many people buy one because of inversion table benefits, including help with dealing with immense back pain.
Your back – or rather your spine – takes the brunt of the nerve damage while your vertebrae compress under the weight of gravity and the position of your hunched body over a computer. Inversion therapy can counteract that.
What are the benefits?
The obvious benefit of inversion therapy is the release of back pressure on nerves and the spreading of the vertebrae. Other benefits include:
- Releases joint pressure
- Flushes the lymphatic system
- Increases circulation
- Aids digestion
- Boosts immune system
- Reduces PMS symptoms
Want more? This article lists 33 health reasons to invest in an inversion table.
Are there any risks?
Sadly, yes. No really! We're serious. Even if you’re choosing an inversion table for fitness reasons rather than back pain relief, you should be aware of the health dangers. The Mayo Clinic does an especially fine job of explaining why you can’t invert fully immediately without medical supervision.
Want to know the best part?
We have compiled a list of the 5 best inversion tables available. No lying, this was one of the fiercest lists to assemble. While there aren’t that many serious options in the market, the few contenders are generally at the top of their game.
For example, we had a difficult time ruling out the Exerpeutic Inversion Table with Comfort Foam Backrest and the Invertio Premium Folding Inversion Table out of the budget category. (In the end, we had to base our decision on the number of positive inversion table reviews from users.)
So, while there aren’t a lot of inversion tables on this list, you can be certain we spent ages making sure we really did have the best of the best available. Now… on to relieving your back pain.