Q: Is PEMF good for Fibromyalgia?
A person with Fibromyalgia experiences constant discomfort, poor circulation, and pain that is very tiring and affects their daily life. Luckily, symptoms of Fibromyalgia can be relieved by PEMF therapy in two ways: in the local area and systematically. At the local area of pain, PEMF reduces irritation and improves the health of cells. Systematically, PEMF enhances the oxygen-carrying capacity of the bloodstream and increases blood flow, resulting in better health because more oxygen is going to all the cells in the body. PEMF improves the work of the lymphatic system by increasing the delivery and waste removal by blood vessels. When these blood vessels are stimulated and carrying oxygen efficiently to the tissues and cells, this reduces pain and swelling because the circulatory system is functioning properly. This process provides a better cell function and motor function. Unlike prescription meds, PEMF therapy has no side effects and is an entirely safe and effective way to reduce pain, swelling, inflammation and provides several other health benefits. Some people find it a challenge to get some relief from their fibromyalgia symptoms. Since it is so hard to treat, lifestyle changes and therapy treatments are often not effective enough, resulting in prescription meds being the most used alternative. But, PEMF therapy can treat fibromyalgia symptoms without the ugly side effects that pharmaceutical drugs cause. Not only does PEMF therapy mask the pain, but it improves immune response, circulation, cell health and function, mood, cellular metabolism, sleep, and helps you stay active while decreasing recovery times. PEMF therapy has also been found to treat mental health conditions such as anxiety, depression, and insomnia.
Q: Does PEMF reduce inflammation?
Inflammation can be caused by several factors such as injury, tissue damage, and poor circulation. PEMF therapy has been successful when used to treat and reduce inflammation. By recharging the cells with an electromagnetic current, PEMF therapy treats the cellular source of swelling. Tissue cells are electrically charged, and when they are traumatized, their electric charge is diminished, resulting in normal cell operations shutting down. This causes the body to release chemical signals that cause inflammation and other symptoms and inhibit cell communication. Cell communication pathways between cells are necessary for healing to occur. PEMF therapy recharges the cells with a mild electromagnetic current, treating the source of swelling. Using this mild electromagnetic current, PEMF stops the release of inflammatory mediators, reducing fluids and promoting increased blood flow. As a result, increased oxygen intake occurs, and regular cell interaction is re-established, resulting in an improved healing time. Once inflammation is reduced, pain also decreases.
Q: How Does PEMF Reduce Pain?
Pain can occur in any part of the body and be acute or chronic, lasting for days, months, or even years. Constant pain can interfere with your daily life activities and possibly lead to decreased sleep and increased anxiety and depression. Due to the Bio Magnetic field advancements, PEMF is a safe and effective alternative to treat pain. PEMF works quickly and provides dramatic results when treating pain. PEMF treatment can make a drastic difference in the daily life of people suffering from chronic pain. PEMF devices can address several different types of pain such as neck, back, knee, joint pain, arthritis, and even chronic pain. PEMF provides electrical charges within a body’s cells to influence cell metabolism and penetrate through muscles resulting in pain alleviation. PEMF stimulates the body parts to cure the pain. PEMF devices come in various configurations and strengths and can cover a broad spectrum of pain conditions. PEMF therapy can also soothe the limbic system by being used on the brain to prevent your brain from sending out overinflating pain signals. Due to the rising awareness about PEMF therapy, more medical practitioners are leaning more toward using PEMF treatment because of its no-risk healing benefits concerning pain relief. A PEMF device reduces pain by enhancing contraction and expansion of cells, improving circulation, regenerating damaged cells, improving muscle function, and maintaining the body’s natural magnetic field.
Q: How Often Can You Use PEMF?
The frequency that you use your PEMF device ultimately depends on the health outcome that you desire and how well you “hold a charge.” How well hydrated the tissues are and how much damage has been done to the cells affect your cells’ ability to hold a battery charge. Hydration refers to whether you have enough water and electrolytes surrounding the cells. You can use pulsed electromagnetic therapy devices every day, and there is no risk of overdosing, so there isn’t a limit to the amount of time you can use PEMF treatments. You can use most PEMF machines and coils for as long as you prefer.
The electromagnetic energy produced by PEMF therapy is entirely safe and operates at lower frequencies than most household items do. Using PEMF for 30 minutes, two times a day, provides long-lasting and significant relief by mobilizing the body’s healing resources. A PEMF therapy session typically lasts 45 minutes to an hour. The treatment is convenient because it can be completed with the comfort and convenience of your home. For your PEMF therapy treatment to be effective, it is vital to consult your doctor first. They can explain how these devices might affect you depending on your current condition. The benefits of PEMF therapy will be evident with consistent use over time. Just because your pain is gone after treatment doesn’t mean that you should stop treatment. If you stop treatment just because you feel better, the pain and negative symptoms can come back. You may need treatments over the course of 3-9 weeks or even more long-term, such as making the therapy a permanent part of your daily wellness routine. Everyone’s body works differently and heals at different rates, so the length of time PEMF therapy should be used depends on the type of condition you have and the number of symptoms that you experience.