Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy, or PEMF, has a long history and is backed by more than 2,000 university-level, double-blind, medical studies from many countries. PEMF also has tens of thousands of patient success stories for a wide range of maladies including:
- chronic pain.
- depression and anxiety.
- reversal of metabolic disorders and more.
Even NASA found PEMF stimulated tissue growth and repair and moderated disease in a four-year study.
Magnetic fields affect [physiology] in many different ways. These actions are both direct and indirect. Direct effects of magnetic fields are: neuron firing, calcium ion movement, membrane potentials, endorphin levels, nitric oxide, dopamine levels, acupuncture actions and nerve regeneration. Indirect benefits of magnetic fields on physiologic function are on: circulation, muscle, edema, tissue oxygen, inflammation, healing, prostaglandins, cellular metabolism and cell energy levels… Short-term effects are thought due to a decrease in cortisol and noradrenaline, and an increase in serotonin, endorphins and enkephalins. Longer term effects may be due to CNS and/or peripheral nervous system biochemical and neuronal effects in which correction of pain messages occur; and the pain is not just masked as in the case of medication.
~ William Pawluk MD
Take a moment to read this article excerpt from Dr. Oz about PEMF titled: Ask Your Doctor About: Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy
Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy is a new approach to pain management that uses magnets to create pulsing, moving energy. These energy waves could change the way your body copes with pain. Learn more about this new treatment. Could it work for you?
Read the rest of the article here or watch Dr. Oz talk about this treatment in the video below.
Pulse PEMF discussion on Bulletproof Radio
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