Pulsed Electromagnetic Field
“PEMF is a benefit for Mankind from infant to the geriatric. PEMF will lead to a change in the paradigm of medicine.“
Dr. Linus Pauling — Double Nobel Prize Winner
Over 2,000 studies have proven the cellular and biological effects of PEMF:
Cellular Effects of PEMF
Improves Intercellular Fluid and Blood Flow
Stimulates the Production of ATP
Increases Cellular Energy Levels
Increases Cellular Oxygen Levels
Promotes Cellular Healing
Stimulates Inter-Cellular Communication
Stimulates Electron Transport In Cells
Biological Effects of PEMF
Significant Pain Relief
Accelerates Tissue Repair
Accelerates Cell Growth
Increased Blood and Lymph Flow
Promotes Faster Healing of Injuries
Reduces Fibrous Tissue Formation
Reduces Swelling and Inflammation
Stimulates The Release of Endorphins
PEMF works to
Reduce pain and the effects of stress on the body
Reduce chronic inflammation
Improve energy, circulation, blood and tissue oxygenation, sleep quality, blood pressure and cholesterol levels, the uptake of nutrients, cellular detoxification and the ability to regenerate cells
Balance the immune system and stimulate RNA and DNA
Accelerate repair of bone and soft tissue
What is an electromagnetic field? What are PEMFs?
If you have ever held two magnets in your hands, tried to force them together, and felt a resistance between them, then you have experienced a magnetic field. That type of magnetic field is produced by a static magnet and is called a static magnetic field.
A changing magnetic field (such as a magnetic field moving through a coil) generates an electric field (which would drive a current in the coil). This forms the basis for many electrical generators and motors. Similar to the way that a changing magnetic field generates an electric field, a changing electric field generates a magnetic field. Since the magnetic field is being generated by an electric current, it’s called an electromagnetic field – a physical field produced by moving electrical charges. PEMF stands for Pulsed Electromagnetic Field.
Magnetic fields affect the behavior of any other charged objects in the vicinity of the field. This is the fundamental basis for their therapeutic use. Our bodies are electric – every heartbeat generates electromagnetic waves throughout the blood vessels of the body, stimulating tissues at a cellular level. External magnetic fields and the normal electric and electromagnetic fields produced by the body interact. So, a magnetic field passing through our whole body will have an electromagnetic effect on each of our 70 trillion cells. As a result, magnetic fields act in basic and fundamental ways on molecules and tissues. They affect the most basic functions of all cells—human, animal, and plant included.
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