Can B3 BFR Bands Help Multiple Sclerosis?

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Importance of Nitric Oxide (NOx)

Nitric oxide (NOx) is a gas produced by cells in the body, including the cells that line blood vessels. A main function of NOx is to help dilate blood vessels, allowing for increased blood flow and oxygen delivery to tissues.  NOx production is commonly impaired in people with MS.  Studies have shown that vascular dysfunction (poor oxygen delivery) may be an early trigger for Multiple Sclerosis (MS).

It is very important to address low NOx production in people with MS to help with better oxygen flow to all the vital tissues of the body, especially the brain.

Benefits of addressing low NOx production in people with MS:

1. It can help improve symptoms such as fatigue, cognitive impairment, and difficulty with walking.

2. It may help slow disease progression by reducing inflammation and oxidative stress.

3. Addressing low NOx production can have a positive impact on overall health and wellbeing, improving work performance, focus, and relationships.

B3 BFR Bands Fill The Need for Vigorous Exercise

It is well established that NOx release from vigorous exercise is an essential component of a MS treatment plan. BFR exercise creates a promising opportunity for the MS community especially considering it can be difficult for people with MS to do vigorous exercise necessary for NOx release.

BFR exercise can help by promoting NOx without the stress of vigorous exercise. BFR creates a robust fatigue in the working muscles with light exercise in just a few minutes. This wonderful BFR fatigue can be achieved with minimal pain or soreness. An additional benefit of BFR and NOx is a possible reduction in pain that many people have already experienced.

B3 Sciences is leading the way with B3 BFR Bands. B3 BFR Bands are helping people from all walks of life to exercise in a fun way and that can be achieved in just minutes a day.

With the B3 Bands, everyone has access to assistance, coaching and live calls so that a positive experience is created and results follow!


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Reviews & Studies

Study at the Univ of Illinois on MS Patient


  • Lower Body BFR Training 3/wk x 6 weeks -
  • Light Weight - Low Intensity with BFR
  • Significant Changes in Leg Strength

Case Study : 54-year-old woman with a 13-year history of primary progressive MS

Summary :

  • The patient had measurable improvements following the use of a BFR/LIRT program.

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