The Medicine Of The Future Is Here: Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF) Therapy

The Medicine Of The Future Is Here: Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF) Therapy

We’re stepping straight into the future regarding medicine. There are more and more new ways of treating disease, and we are learning that some of them have very much to do with what Nikola Tesla was talking about. Check out the latest news below.

What is PEMF therapy?

Pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) therapy is the use of low-intensity, low-frequency electromagnetic fields to restore cells to their proper function.

Medical professionals have approved the use of electromagnetic fields to treat various medical conditions. Research has further demonstrated their efficacy in addressing a wide range of health concerns. For a considerable time, doctors have recognized the therapeutic benefits of this treatment approach in promoting healing in the body.

Electricity has been used for healing bone fractures, especially those that may be at risk for non-union or delayed union, since its early application. Although doctors have been suggesting this method since the mid-1800s, it was only a century later that the claims were thoroughly examined and confirmed.

The earliest studies in the use of PEMF therapy were fort his purpose, and since that time, we have learned a great deal about what it can do to heal the body.

Electromagnetic fields are produced when the magnetic field of an object changes. In order to generate the required electromagnetic pulses for PEMF therapy, a metal coil is used to pass an electrical current, which in turn produces a magnetic field. The term electromagnetic field is used to describe a magnetic field that is created by a changing electrical current.

Pulses of this electromagnetic energy are emitted from devices in various wavelengths, frequencies, and intensities to heal the body.

How Electromagnetic Fields Can Affect the Body

The introduction of an electromagnetic field can alter the actions of charged objects within its vicinity. As human body cells possess an electrical charge and emit their own magnetic field, they too can be impacted by these energy pulses.

As a magnetic field passes over your body, it has the ability to alter you at a fundamental, cellular level. Within each cell, there exist organelles called mitochondria that produce the necessary energy for the cell to carry out its functions, eliminate waste, repair itself, and generate new cells.

In order for mitochondria to carry out their functions effectively, they require nutrients. By subjecting your cells to electromagnetic fields, you can enhance the movement of useful components such as ions and nutrients into the cell. This, in turn, strengthens the performance of each mitochondrion, which ultimately contributes to the overall health of your tissues and body.

“PEMF therapy also provides a boost of energy to your cells because the frequencies that are most often used in this form of treatment are similar to those that your cells natural resonate with.

To effectively influence cell function, the more closely the match, the better. By affecting the cell membrane channels, the magnetic field can open them up, which not only allows nutrients to enter but also facilitates the removal of waste from the cell. This process helps restore balance and function to cells that are damaged, aging, or dysfunctional.

Every cell in your body serves a specific purpose that is related to the type of tissue it belongs to. While some cells are part of muscles or soft tissues, others make up organs, skin, or nerves. Each cell has a distinct function, and when large groups of cells fail to work correctly, the tissue can malfunction, become injured, and lead to various health issues or symptoms.

The more you can focus the PEMF therapy on the correct cells, the better you are able to influence their function and improve your overall health. I will be back with a series of articles about how this medicine of the future can help life on the planet. 

Rada Mateescu

Passionate about freedom, truth, humanity, and subjects from the science and health-related areas, Rada has been blogging for about ten years, and at Health Thoroughfare, she's covering the latest news on these niches.

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