Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy and Anti-ageing
Ageing is an evolutionary process that can affect people in many different ways depending on personal lifestyle, DIET, stress, environmental influences (toxins) and attitude. It’s all connected. On a high level, a major part of ageing appears to centre around basic levels of energy that a person possesses. We’ve all seen older people with lots of energy – they fundamentally appear to be healthier than someone who has far less ‘energy.’
Take this down to a cellular level and we see that a part of ageing has to do with cellular metabolism. Research shows that PEMF therapy can slow down the ageing process at the cellular level. Simply put, PEMF charges and maintains cellular voltage to a healthy level, thus allowing the cell membrane to become more permeable and to work more efficiently. This facilitates the absorption of oxygen from which we get 80% to 90% of our cellular energy (Dr Frank Shallenberger). Cells are comprised of a high percentage of water. It’s a basic physical law that any fluid is able to hold more oxygen that maintains a higher voltage. PEMF supplies the added voltage. Along with energy (voltage) we also need oxygen to fuel cellular metabolism. PEMF therapy has been shown over and over to increase oxygen transfer and absorption.
Whether healing, maintenance or anti-ageing there are fundamentally four things required:
1 - You need the proper energy level... and in this case, 'energy' can be the proper cellular voltage (PEMF increases the cellular voltage.
2 - You need the proper building blocks to make new healthy cells, which is diet and possibly nutritional supplements that may be lacking (PEMF increases nutritional absorption along with water and oxygen).
3 - You need to identify and eliminate any imbalances that are toxic to all systems of the body, whether physical, emotional or mental.
4 - You have to really want to get better (many people receive some kind of reward with their condition, even if it's going to kill them)
PEMF also has been shown to increase the absorption of nutrients and water. At the same time, increasing cellular efficiency will also improve the elimination of carbon dioxide and toxins. Detoxification is the only minor side-effect that needs to be monitored when using PEMF, especially on a full body mat. This is usually manifested by symptoms of fatigue, low energy or headaches but usually doesn't last too long.
One of the major benefits of PEMF is that magnetic waves penetrate and pass through EVERY cell in the body... right down to the bone marrow. Nothing can do this with such a thorough efficiency... not anything one digests or applies in any manner - not even with electrical currents that take the path of least resistance. PEMF therapy bathes the whole body all at once.
For over fifty years, there have been thousands and thousands of research studies done on pulsed electromagnetic field therapy. Over twenty-five hundred double-blind studies to mitigate the placebo effect. All up, over eight thousand independent clinical studies, PEMF is approved by doctors and has been used in hospitals for over 25 years in Europe.
PEMF has been repeatedly shown to increase oxygen in the body. Oxygen stress or starvation occurs in the body as cells age. Bear in mind that cells are constantly being replaced, some as often as every forty-eight hours. You get a completely new body every six or seven years. The important thing to note is that cells have a tendency to reproduce themselves as a copy of an existing cell on the same or slightly less level of functionality. Therefore, if you have a poor copy, i.e., a cell with low energy that doesn’t function to the level it’s capable of, then you will produce more at that level or slightly less.
PEMF Therapy can help. Natural pulsed electromagnetic fields charge the cells and in particular, red blood cells that carry the oxygen to all parts of the body. Darkfield microscopy shows that red blood cells when clumped together (called sticky blood of agglutination) before a PEMF will then separate after eight to ten minutes of PEMF therapy. The tendency for red blood cells sticking together is also called the Rouleau effect. This clumping or agglutination can reduce the oxygen exchange to cells significantly. Two red blood cells stuck together reduce oxygen transfer by 29% and eight or more by up to 50%. lack of oxygen has been associated with almost every category of illness.
Eight minutes after a PEMF therapy session shows the red blood cells under a microscope completely separated. This increases the oxygen exchange, allows more oxygen to be stored by the cells and also opens the cell membrane to be more permeable to allow nutrients in and toxins out. Getting the right amount of oxygen is one of the keys to good health and longevity.
Oxygen therapy (hyperbaric chamber) is used to heal injuries or wounds much faster. One major difference between a hyperbaric chamber and PEMF therapy is that the body will maintain its charge... therefore its cellular efficiency for four to six hours after a PEMF treatment.