Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF) Therapy
A powerful healing tool for muscle recovery, cellular health & more
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What is PEMF Therapy?
PEMF stands for Pulsed Electromagnetic Field. This type of therapy sends bursts of low-level magnetic frequencies directly into the body. These low frequencies pass through the skin to penetrate and heal muscle, bones, tendons, and even organs. Many people like PEMF therapy as a non-invasive way to treat injuries, chronic pain, and even long-term issues like depression and diabetes.
PEMF THERAPY BENEFITS
There are so many benefits to a regular PEMF therapy session. Research by NASA and other bodies has found that PEMF therapy can deliver the following results:
Improved muscle relaxation and performance
Decreased inflammation and swelling
Improved oxygenation in tissue
Enhanced cellular repair and recovery
Improved immune system
NASA has found that PEMF therapy offers rehabilitation benefits for astronauts returning from space. “Lack of gravity impacts bones, muscles, and cardiovascular system. The transition of astronauts from one gravity field to another is an intense experience that requires some time for them to adopt,” reports one article. PEMF has been found by NASA researchers to significantly stimulate tissue growth and repair, enhance cell function, and moderate some neurodegenerative diseases.
There’s also some evidence to suggest that PEMF therapy can help with anti-aging. PEMF pulses can stimulate the production of HGH and Melatonin, two hormones that are known to have anti-aging properties (and help with sleep). Biohackers love PEMF therapy for its potential to extend our lifespans and improve cellular regeneration.
PEMF therapy works to stimulate your Autonomic Nervous System, a part of the brain and nervous system that controls many parts of your body’s healing and health abilities. It also controls breathing, heart rate, and other vital functions. When you’re able to balance your ANS, your body is able to function and recover properly in less time.