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What is it?
PEMF therapy, or Pulsed Electromagnetic Field therapy, is a form of therapy that uses low-frequency electromagnetic waves to stimulate and heal the body.
PEMF was created to mimic the same kind of frequency you'd find in nature, so you're providing yourself more of the good that is already around you.
What are the benefits?
Reduced inflammation: PEMF therapy has been shown to reduce inflammation in the body, which can help to alleviate pain and promote healing.
Improved circulation: PEMF therapy can increase blood flow and oxygenation to the cells, which can improve overall health and promote healing.
Enhanced bone healing: PEMF therapy has been shown to improve bone healing and may be useful for treating conditions such as osteoporosis and osteoarthritis.
Improved sleep: PEMF therapy may help to improve sleep quality by promoting relaxation and reducing stress.
Pain relief: PEMF therapy has been shown to be effective in reducing pain associated with conditions such as fibromyalgia, back pain, and arthritis.
Increased energy: PEMF therapy can increase cellular energy production, which may result in increased energy levels and improved overall health.
How does it work?
PEMF therapy works by applying low-frequency electromagnetic waves to the body, typically through a device such as a mat or pad. These electromagnetic waves are thought to interact with the cells and tissues of the body, promoting healing and reducing inflammation.
One proposed mechanism of action is that PEMF therapy stimulates the production of ATP, a molecule that provides energy to cells. This increased energy production may help to promote cellular repair and regeneration.
Another proposed mechanism of action is that PEMF therapy helps to improve circulation and oxygenation of the cells, which can promote healing and reduce inflammation.
In addition, PEMF therapy may also help to balance the body's electromagnetic field, which can become disrupted due to factors such as stress, injury, and illness.