Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy

PEMF

Electromagnetic fieldsWhile EMF can be dangerous, pulsed electromagnetic fields (PEMF) are a known and scientifically proven noninvasive healthy lifestyle necessity.  Basically, in layman’s terms, the low-frequency pulses create a brief, intense voltage around each cell.  The mitochondria within the cell then grab some energy.  This, in turn, makes the cell more efficient at producing ATP and delivering oxygen throughout the body.  In other words, PEMF works like a spark plug for energy production in the cell.  Due to the constant stresses of modern life and a toxic environment, cell voltage tends to drop as we age or get sick.  As the voltage drops, the cell is unable to maintain a healthy environment.  

PEMF makes it possible to raise the critically low TMP of cancer cells and therefore to reduce one of the critical factors of tumor growth.  Effects that are seen when TMP is increased include:

  • enhanced cellular energy
  • ATP production
  • increased oxygen uptake
  • changes in entry of calcium
  • movement of sodium out of the cell
  • movement of potassium into the cell
  • changes in enzyme and biochemical activity
  • changes in cellular ph

Magnetic Field Therapy works in the cell and supports the functioning of inner regulation mechanisms while enhancing the self-healing capacity.  The action of magnetic field therapy may be summarized according to scientists in three main effects:

Increased blood circulation - Thermographic measuring charts show the increase of circulation under a magnetic field.  This leads to better nutrition and rejuvenation of cells.

Improved oxygen supply - The PEMF ensures increased oxygen extraction (deoxygenation) and enriches the tissue with oxygen.

Enhanced metabolism - PEMF enhances both anabolism and catabolism.

Overall it can be stated that magnetic field therapy supports the metabolism and increases blood circulation throughout the whole body.  It intensifies the oxygen supply in the cells and speeds the transportation of metabolic waste products.

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