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Monday, May 14, 2018

What is Pulsed Electro Magnetic Field Therapy (PEMF) | How do PEMF devices work | Best PEMF Machines

What is Pulsed Electro Magnetic Field Therapy (PEMF) | How do PEMF devices heal | Best PEMF Machines 

PULSED ELECROMAGNETIC FIELD THERAPY FAQ’S:

By; Charlie Farricielli

What is Pulsed Electro Magnetic Field Therapy (PEMF)?

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PEMF is a therapeutic technology which is a non-contact, non-invasive, non-pharmacological and effective treatment for a variety of conditions because it promotes and maintains general cellular health and function. PEMF therapy device uses a computer/control unit to administer precise natural pulsating magnetic fields to the body (with specific frequencies and intensities) through various applicators such as a full body mat, localized pad applicators and pinpointed probes to treat specific point on the body. It is fast and easy to use for pain management and recovery from sports injuries, lower back pain, muscle aches and pains, headaches, nervous tension, and stress, improving the immune system, regulating high blood pressure and degenerative conditions related to aging.

What does PEMF therapy do?

PEMF or any other energy medicine technologies do not heal or cure diseases directly. What it does, however, is to empower and jump-start our body’s innate natural healing processes by delivering a series of pulsating magnetic frequencies into the body, which creates a penetrating energy that will dynamically interact with cellular metabolism in order to produce a wide range of healing benefits:

  • The cells within this variable pulsating electromagnetic field are being exercised. The cells that have low energy can be felt as a mild discomfort or slight pain. Higher energy cells are being exercised but may not be felt.
  • While these low energy cells are exercised they are beginning to have toxins permeate out their membranes and therefore the PEMF unit supports cellular detoxification processes.
  • The PEMF unit also increases blood circulation and oxygen flow which helps the cell to repair.
  • The PEMF technology has been known to help detoxify and increase the flow of the lymphatic fluids which will help detoxification and cellar fluid dynamics including nutritional uptake.
  • PEMF puts a healthy energy charge into the interior of the cell behind the cell membrane that raises cellular energy so the cell can heal itself faster (it increases ATP production within the cell). While many technologies can affect the interstitial fluids, pulsed electromagnetic fields can influence and charge the interior parts of the cell including the nucleus and the mitochondria.
  • PEMF’s are like a spark plug or catalyst for energy production in the cell. Just like a car needs oxygen, fuel and an ignition (spark plug), so does the human cell need fuel (glucose), oxygen and a “spark plug” or ignition. This ignition is PEMF or pulsed magnetic energy. We can also think of PEMF as a battery recharger for the human cell. We now know that the voltage of a healthy cell is about 70 millivolts. When we get sick or have damaged cells, these cells have been known to operate at 30 – 15 millivolts or less in cases of cancer, or cell/body death. Pulsed electromagnetic fields (PEMF) act as a catalyst and battery re-charger for the human cells.

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What should I experience during a PEMF session?

Since everyone is unique and has different physical problems or conditions, each will experience something different. There are numerous types of therapeutic and intensity settings on the device, allowing the individual to increase or decrease its effects. Thus a person can experience many different sensations. Frequently, people will state that they feel a tingling in an area of an old or existing injury, while others say they feel a sense of wellness and relaxation. Check it out for yourself and see what you experience.

Are there people who should not use the PEMF?

Yes. Because PEMF is utilizing a magnetic field it should NOT be used on or close to any electrical devices. (i.e. pacemakers, defibrillators, cochlear hearing devices, cell phones, etc). Additionally, if you are prone to seizures, you should not use it. Neither should pregnant women or those who are currently going through radiation or chemotherapy treatment.

Is the PEMF covered by insurance?

At this time, we do not have any successful reimbursements for patients. However, your doctor can write you a prescription for it and it might be covered under your HSA plan.

How many sessions of PEMF will I need?

The answer, as with most natural therapies, is different for each person. It really comes down to how well you “hold a charge.” Your cells’ ability to hold a battery charge depends heavily on two things:

  • How well hydrated the tissues are – Hydration refers to whether or not you have enough healthy water and electrolytes in the areas surrounding the cells. The battery ‘age’ does not necessarily refer to a person’s biological age, but rather the amount of wear and tear the cells have endured. Think about your cell phone. A cell phone with a two year old battery is not going to hold a charge as long as a phone with a new battery. However, one person’s two-year-old battery can be much more “used and abused” than another person’s.
  • The age or damage to the batteries – Your cells’ batteries may need a charge once per week or three times per week depending on your goals. The length of therapy depends on the amount of work that needs to be done. Are you building a new deck or a whole new house?

My pain is gone, am I done now?

Most people notice that PEMF therapy rapidly decreases or eliminates pain. Pain is simply a signal from the body for more energy. When the workers run out of charged batteries, they aren’t able to complete their work, so it builds up. They are also sitting around with nothing to do and can become grumpy, starting to complain. When you charge their tools, the complaining stops and they go back to work. First, they have to get to the backlog of tasks that have piled up, so they need power support during this time. If you stop charging the tools before the work is completed, the complaining – i.e., the pain – will resume.

How much does a session with the PEMF cost?

Your first session is free. It is $80 thereafter. You may buy 3- or 5- packs at a discounted rate.

How long does a session last?

Sessions with the PEMF unit last approximately 20 minutes though can vary depending on the patient’s needs.

Are there other benefits of the PEMF Therapy?

PEMF’s have also been shown to improve microcirculation, oxygenation (up to a 200% increase), help in nerve regeneration, pain management, and many other health-promoting benefits. There are over 2,000 clinical studies and over 7,000 research papers validating the therapeutic benefits of PEMFs.

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Saturday, April 7, 2018

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  PEMF could be the key to healing the widest reaching incurable health problem in the U.S. This health problem is chronic pain due to illness, injury, surgery, and old age. Doctors using the best PEMF devices are treating pain and other ailments with success. Veterinarians, Chiropractors, and Physicians all use the best PEMF devices from PEMF8000. Clinical evidence shows that the best PEMF devices reduce pain regardless of its origin.

BEST PEMF DEVICES HAVE BEEN IN USE FOR DECADES.

PEMF therapy was well established by the mid-1900. The first commercially produced high power PEMF devices entered the market around 1975. The best PEMF devices have been accepted in many countries around the world. NASA has even done research on the benefits of PEMF.

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BEST PEMF DEVICES ACT AS A WHOLE BODY BATTERY RE-CHARGER

The best PEMF devices have been found to improve conditions in many concurrent ways including mechanical, chemical, electrical, and magnetic processes within the cells of the body. The best PEMF devices work at a cellular level re-charging the body. Magna Wave’s best PEMF devices will help “jump start” the healing process and help your body to be in balance. Cells communicate via electromagnetic frequencies. The best PEMF devices help these electromagnetic exchanges to happen. When using the best PEMF devices, energy levels increase in all cells of the body. This helps to rebalance and restore optimum cell function. These best PEMF devices promote and maintain general cellular health and function. Read more about how the Best PEMF Devices work! Videos  here. The best PEMF devices enable your body to heal itself.

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· Best PEMF devices increase oxygenation

· Best PEMF devices enhance circulation

· Best PEMF devices facilitate detoxification

· Best PEMF devices help cells absorb nutrients better

· Best PEMF devices heal fractures and strengthening bones faster

· Best PEMF devices improve cell metabolism

· Best PEMF devices stimulate tissue healing

· Best PEMF devices reduce muscle loss after surgery

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PEMF DEVICES MAY BE HIGH POWER OR LOW POWER.

Best PEMF devices are usually high power. These high power best PEMF devices will make a popping sound during treatment because of an internal spark process that generates the magnetic field. You can feel immediate pain relief. Best PEMF devices using high power also improve mood, kill bacteria and strengthen the immune system. Best PEMF devices with low power are used to treat mood, insomnia, and anti-depression. Sometimes lower power units may be the best PEMF devices for treating smaller animals.

BEST PEMF DEVICES HAVE A PULSATING RATE

Best PEMF devices have a pulsating rate that allows the energy to enter the body and reach the cells quicker. Best PEMF devices generate specific electromagnetic signals found to have beneficial medical effects. The NASA study showed that lower frequencies in the best PEMF devices were ideal to stimulate cell growth, repair, and healing.

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Tuesday, March 27, 2018

What is PEMF Therapy? | WHAT IS PEMF? | WHAT IS PULSED ELECTORMAGMITIC THERAPY? | HOW DOES PEMF WORK?

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You may be asking “what is PEMF therapy?” Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy (PEMFT), also called pulsed magnetic therapy, pulse magneto therapy, or PEMF, is a reparative technique most commonly used in the field of orthopedics for the treatment of non-union fractures, failed fusions, congenital and depression. In the case of bone Healing, PEMF uses electrical energy to direct a series of magnetic pulses through injured tissue whereby each magnetic pulse induces a tiny electrical signal that stimulates cellular repair. Many studies have also demonstrated the effectiveness of PEMF in healing soft-tissue wounds; suppressing inflammatory responses at the cell membrane level to alleviate pain, and increasing range of motion. The value of pulsed electromagnetic field therapy has been shown to cover a wide range of conditions, with well-documented trials carried out by hospitals, rheumatologists and physiotherapists.
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Reported Effects of PEMF Therapy

Magnetism is one of the universe’s fundamental powers. It has been used medicinally in China for over 2,000 years. Our ability to produce and control electro-magnetic fields and to use them to diagnose and treat has expanded enormously with the advent of electricity and electro-magnetic.

Pulse magnetic therapy is the application of electro-magnetic fields to treat and promote health. Although this emerging technology may be new to North America, it has been studied systematically throughout Eastern Europe and in the countries of the former Soviet Union for over 40 years and is a standard treatment for many conditions.

How important is pulse magnetic therapy? In 1992 Dr. Andrew Bassett, who helped pioneer the first FDA approved device using pulsed electro-magnetic fields, wrote, “In the decade to come bioelectro-magnetics will assume a therapeutic importance equal to, or greater than, that of pharmacology and surgery today. With proper interdisciplinary effort, significant inroads can be made in controlling the ravages of cancer, some forms of heart disease, arthritis, hormonal disorders, and neurological scourges such as Alzheimer’s disease, spinal cord injury, and multiple sclerosis.”

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EFFECTS OF MAGNETIC PULSE THERAPY HAVE BEEN STUDIED IN:

· Alzheimer’s Disease

· Amyotropic Lateral Sclerosis

· Arthritis

· Asthma

· Atherosclerosis

· Bone Healing

· Bronchitis

· Burns

· Cervical Osteoarthritis

· Chronic Venous Insufficiency

· Dental Problems

· Depression

· Diabetes

· Elbow Pain

· Endometriosis/Endometritis

· Epilepsy

· Eye Disorders

· Facial Nerve Neuropathy/Paralysis

· Fibromyalgia

· Glaucoma

· Gynecology

· Headache

· Hearing Loss

· Heart Disease

· Herpetic Stomatitis

· Hypertension

· Insomnia

· Kidney Failure/Inflammation/Stones

· Knee Pain

· Laryngeal Inflammation

· Leprosy

· Limb Lengthening

· Liver/ Hepatitis

· Lupus Erythematosus

· Lymphadenitis

· Mandibular Osteomyelitis

· Maxillofacial Disorders

· Migraine

· Multiple Sclerosis

· Muscle Rehabilitation

· Wound Healing

· Wrinkles

· Muscular Dystrophy

· Neck Pain

· Nerve Regeneration

· Neuropathy

· Optic Nerve Atrophy

· Osteochondrosis

· Osteoporosis

· Pain

· Pancreatitis

· Parkinson’s Disease

· Paroxysmal Dyskinesia

· Pelvic Pain

· Peptic – Duodenal Ulcer

· Periodontitis

· Peripheral Neuropathy

· Pneumonia

· Poisoning – Detoxification

· Post-Mastectomy

· Post-Polio Syndrome

· Post-Herpetic Pain

· Prostatitis

· Pseudoarthrosis

· Psoriasis

· Rheumatoid Arthritis

· Schizophrenia

· Seasonal Affective Disorder

· Shoulder Pain

· Sinusitis

· Sleep – Insomnia

· Spinal Cord Injury

· Stroke

· Tendonitis

· Tinnitus

· Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation

· Trophic Ulcer

· Tubal Pregnancy

· Tuberculosis

· Urinary Incontinence

· Urinary Inflammation – Trauma

· Uterine Myoma

· Vasomotor Rhinitis

· Vestibular Dysfunction

· Whiplash

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Besides addressing specific conditions, many health promoting benefits have been reported, including increased energy and availability of oxygen, enhanced transport of ions (calcium, potassium, sodium) across cell membranes, improved circulation, enhanced sleep, pain relief and stress reduction. There is speculation that regular PEMF treatment may increase longevity and quality of life.

Magnetic fields pass through the body as if it were transparent which may account for many, far-reaching and systemic effects.

REPORTED EFFECTS INCLUDE:

• Vasodilation
• Reduction of edema
• Reduced platelet adhesion
• Fibrinolysis
• Acceleration of enzyme reactions
• Enhanced calcium, sodium and other ion movement
• Muscle relaxation
• Stimulation of nitric oxide production
• Enhanced membrane function
• Enhanced sodium – potassium exchange
• Improved cellular energy
• Immunity changes

• Amino acid changes
• Reduced nerve cell firing
• Repair of soft tissue
• Free radical effects
• Anti-oxidant stimulation
• Brain Function Effects
• Stress Reduction
• Hormonal Changes
• Learning Changes
• Scar Modification
• Enhanced Metabolism
• Water Modification

• Electrolyte Changes
• Bone Healing
• Acceleration of Bone Formation
• Autonomic Nervous System Actions
• Enhanced Oxygenation
• Inflammation Reduction
• Sleep Improvement
• Changes in metabolism of medications
• Liver Function Changes
• Enhanced Wound Healing
• Improved Fertility
• Receptor Binding Changes

DETAILED PEMF BENEFITS

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INCREASED CIRCULATION

One of the most basic functions magnetic fields have in the body is to increase circulation. When a cell (such as a red blood cell) is injured or ill, it does not hold its ideal charge. This causes red cells to “stick” together, making circulation slow. When a magnetic field passes through the red cell, the membrane becomes properly charged, allowing the cell to repel itself and keep itself separate from other red cells, thereby increasing circulation. In addition, PEMF therapy increases various chemicals in the blood vessel walls that cause the blood vessels to dilate, improving the amount of blood flowing through the vessels and therefore increasing the amount of oxygen delivered to the tissues.

Poor circulation makes tissues unhealthy and prone to disease and breakdown. Improved circulation helps tissues get the nutrition and oxygen they need, while expelling the waste they produce. Good circulation helps with tissue healing and regeneration. The result of improved circulation is the reduction of swelling and the removal of bruising.

ENHANCED MUSCLE FUNCTION

Muscle energy, needed for muscles to work, is developed through a process called Myosin Phosphorylation. Myosin is muscle, and phosphorylation is energy (ATP) production. Optimal energy allows muscles to work harder and longer, and recover more quickly from their work. Muscles that are contracted or in spasm are better able to relax, decreasing tension and reducing the pain caused by spasm.

DECREASED INFLAMMATION

Inflammation is a cascade of physiologic processes initiated by the body to repair cellular damage in tissues by increasing the blood flow to the damaged area and increasing the number of good inflammatory cells. The process of inflammation is generated and supported by the interaction of a number of immune cell types, with other cell types (like T cells) playing a regulatory role in the cascade effect. Inflammation is a necessary and beneficial process, but it often persists longer than necessary, resulting in chronic inflammation. Chronic inflammation is frequently a cause of chronic pain. PEMF therapy has been found to reduce chronic, damaging inflammation.  Inflammation can be initiated by many causes, and knowing the nature of the cause is important in designing therapeutic approaches.

T cells are a major regulator of the inflammatory cascade. In bacterial infections, early infiltration of the affected tissues by white blood cells is followed by the arrival of T cells, which kill bacteria. In this circumstance, eliminating of T cells can delay or stop healing. Conversely, in trauma-induced injury, T cells are less important to the healing process, and may be harmful if present for too long. In this case, elimination of T cells can minimize the unwanted effects of inflammation, accelerate healing, and reduce the risk of chronic inflammatory diseases. In chronic inflammatory diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, psoriasis, or tendinitis, T cells support the persistence of the disease state, and removing them would be favorable.

Research shows us that PEMF can induce the appropriate death of aged, chronic T lymphocytes, by actions on T cell membranes and key enzymes in cells. For example, PEMF therapy affects ion flow through specific cell membrane channels (like those for sodium, potassium, and calcium), which positively affect these enzymes.

STRESS REDUCTION

Stress is part of being human. Normal stress, called estruses, is necessary for survival. Too much stress is very harmful to the body, and accelerates aging. Stress is responsible for at least 65% of our illnesses, so stress reduction is necessary for all of us. Stress-reducing activities performed only now and then will allow too much stress-related damage to accumulate over time. Therefore, stress reduction must be a daily activity. Magnetic fields have many stress-reducing effects. Daily use of PEMF help to wash away the negative effect natural stresses have on our bodies.

BONE HEALING

Magnetic fields pass through the body – even the bones – as if the body wasn’t even there. PEMF therapy work to repair bones, whether they are damaged by surgery, injury, or disease, and have been found to improve bone regeneration such as occurs with osteoporosis and osteopenia, among other bone destroying conditions.

BLOOD OXYGENATION

Just as a fire cannot burn without oxygen, our cells cannot produce heat and energy without oxygen. Our lungs extract oxygen from the air we breathe. It passes into our blood and is carried by arteries away from the heart and delivered to the rest of the body, including all the organs. PEMF therapy help with the process of extracting oxygen out of the air we breathe and help it to be transported into the circulation. The absorbed oxygen is then transported through the body to all the cells, where it is absorbed into the individual cells. In the cells, enzymes and other basic cell energy production processes use the oxygen for cell metabolism, the energy necessary to function properly. The metabolism of an organism determines which substances it will find nutritious and which it will find harmful. Proper blood-oxygen levels at the cell level (not just in the blood) allow this process to continue quickly and efficiently. After the oxygen exchange takes place, veins carry deoxygenated blood and metabolic waste products away from those same cells and back to the heart for recycling again.

WHO BENEFITS FROM PEMF THERAPY?

In today’s world, we live in a very toxic environment. In fact, it is said we eat/breathe/drink 82,000 toxins. These toxins have a harmful effect of altering our body’s DNA and the internal environment in which our cells live and multiply. By altering that environment, many people suffer from early effects of aging and cell death. The result is chronic health conditions.

PEMF therapy stimulates autophagy, a process of removing those sick and dying cells. Therefore, it can be said that really, all of us on the planet will benefit from PEMF. Who will notice the effects of PEMF therapy the most? Well, of course, the people who have the most illness.

We cannot say cure/treat when we talk about PEMF. PEMF therapy merely improves the quality of life and has been shown in many research projects at major universities to help people with strokes/Parkinson’s/chronic pain/degenerative health conditions/broken bones that won’t heal/depression  and non healing open wounds.

BENEFITS ALSO INCLUDE:

· Reducing muscle tension

· Improving tissue healing

· Reducing pain

· Increasing energy

· Improving clotting factors

· Slowing the development of arthritis

· Stimulating the immune system

· Helping the body to detoxify

· Improving the uptake of nutrients

· Reducing blood pressure

· Helping nerve function

· Helping liver function

· Balancing the acupuncture meridians

· Improving sleep

· Making soft tissue more flexible

· Reducing arthritic changes

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

WHAT ARE THE USES FOR PEMF AND WHAT PROFESSIONS CAN BENEFIT FROM PEMF?

WHAT ARE THE USES FOR PEMF AND WHAT PROFESSIONS CAN BENEFIT FROM PEMF THERAPY?

PULSED ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD THERAPY USES!

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In 1992, Dr. Andrew Bassett, one of the pioneers of Pulsed Electromagnetic Field therapy, stated “in the decades to come, bio-electromagnetic will assume a therapeutic importance equal to, or greater than, that of pharmacology and surgery today”. Pulsed Electromagnetic Field therapy is based on existing studies published by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and other respected sources.  The PEMF8000 is the synthesis of our decade-long efforts in research and development, to advance known PEMF technology and make it even more effective.

Special attention went into making our PEMF device user-friendly, while keeping the initial investment cost reasonable to make it accessible, not just to large practices but also to home users.  The technology of our PEMF8000 has a proven track record backed by numerous studies across the globe.  The following are excerpts of some of the most prominent research published on the subject:

The PEMF8000 generates an electromagnetic field that pulses at high speed. This electromagnetic field is able to penetrate deep into the tissues.  This interaction in turn creates a flow of electricity at micro current levels and speeds exceeding 100 nanoseconds per pulse.

The micro current that flows through the damaged tissue inhibits bacteria and decreases inflammation, allowing cells to improve their bio-functions, taking in clean nutrients and removing dangerous toxins more effectively.

Treatments applied with the PEMF8000 produces immediate results.  Chronic pain patients typically experience relief after just 60 seconds of therapy.  This relief is not only immediate, but also long-lasting. In fact, patients feel better for about 3 days following a single application.

In addition, when treatments are administered regularly and for several weeks, we see cumulative results, with more than 75% of study cases showing recovery from conditions that had previously been considered permanent.

Who Can Use PEMF?

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The application of Pulsed Electromagnetic Field energy at regular weekly or bi-weekly intervals is the ideal treatment for chronic pain, tense muscles, and frozen joints.  In addition, applications before adjustments help reduce inflammation and hypertension in real time, making it easier for the practitioner to effect the adjustment more effectively and with ease.

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PAIN MANAGEMENT CLINICS

Bring your clinic to the forefront of cutting-edge PEMF technology by being able to offer your patients the most effective pain relief therapy.  Positioning the PEMF8000 in your office will allow you to accelerate healing protocols and provide exciting results.  This device speeds up the healing of open wounds, reduces scarring, relaxes excess muscle tension, and it aids in union and recovery of broken bones.

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SPORTS AND ATHLETES ENVIRONMENT

Athletes are prone to injury; it just goes with the territory.  A complete and speedy recovery is the key to successfully get back in the game.  The PEMF8000 accelerates the healing process and shortens recovery times.  It has been shown to stop the pain, reduce swelling, and heal soft tissue and bone three times faster than normal.  Pulsed Electromagnetic Field therapy also increases energy levels, greatly reducing season fatigue.

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FOR USE AT HOME

Thanks to our conscious efforts to reduce the investment cost, the PEMF 8000 is now accessible to home users.  The same PEMF technology used in clinics and doctors’ offices will be available to you for daily use in the comfort of your home.  Now you can enhance your quality of life and effectively manage chronic pain on your own terms.  Enjoy more quality time with your loved ones, and achieve the freedom to really start living again.  Take advantage of this cutting edge technology to relieve pain quickly and keep it gone for days, without any damaging side effects.

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SPAS, WELLNESS CENTERS, ANTI AGING CLINICS

The PEMF 8000 has been found to improve the appearance of wrinkles and rejuvenates the skin by stimulating subcutaneous capillary circulation, which in turn improves the functioning of epidermal tissue.  Pulsed Electromagnetic Field therapy is also an excellent treatment for aches and pains, fatigue, and decreased energy associated with aging and with the common wear and tear of today’s stressful life.  By stimulating bio-activity at the cellular level and capillary blood flow, it helps speed up the healing process of damaged tissue in and around worn and torn areas of the body.  Regular treatments restore lost cartilage, bone, joint mobility, and skin quality.

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EQUINE AND ANIMAL USE

Horses are prone to injury, and at times these injuries can be devastating.  Implementing regular PEMF treatments with the PEMF 8000 can be the key to preventing many of these injuries.  Keep your horses strong and at the peak of their performance by catching minor injuries right at the onset and preventing conditions to worsen or cause major accidents. Your horses will love the relief and new-found energy resulting from regular treatments of pulsed electromagnetic field therapy.

Saturday, February 24, 2018

Can PEMF help reduce inflammation? | Can PEMF help the body to heal?

Can PEMF help reduce inflammation? | Can PEMF help the body to heal? YES!

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Several factors may contribute to inflammation including injury, tissue damage, a poor localized circulation with the formation of edema. Inflammation causes pain. Swelling and bruising is an inflammation and discoloration of soft tissue caused by an impact injury or trauma. It can also result from surgery.

Tissue cells are inherently like tiny electrically charged machines. When a cell is traumatized, the cell’s electrical charge is diminished; this causes normal cell functions and operations to shut down. Cells that are scarred or fibrotic with adhesions have a TMP charge of approximately -15 mV, degenerative or immune-compromised cells average -30 mV, both low TMPs. With the raised TMP, the body releases chemical signals that cause inflammation swelling and bruising resulting in pain and inhibiting the cell communication pathways necessary for healing to begin.

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Numerous clinical studies have demonstrated that PEMF therapy has been successful in reducing inflammation. PEMF therapy treats the cellular source of swelling by recharging the cells with a mild electromagnetic current. This stops the release of pain and inflammatory mediators, reduces inflammatory fluids and allows an increase in blood flow, therefore increased oxygen intake, to help the cells heal faster with less swelling, pain and bruising.

The effect of wound healing electromagnetic fields on inflammatory cytokine gene expression in rats was studied by Jasti et al. in 2001 who state: “Inflammation is characterized by massive infiltration of T lymphocytes, neutrophils and macrophages into the damaged tissue. These inflammatory cells produce a variety of cytokines, which are the cellular regulators of inflammation”. In a study on Low Frequency PEMF, a viable alternative therapy for arthritis published in 2009, Ganesan et al. (Department of Biotechnology, Chennai, India) declare: “PEMF for arthritis cure has conclusively shown that PEMF not only alleviates the pain in the arthritis condition but it also affords chondroprotection, exerts anti-inflammatory action and helps in bone remodeling, and this could be developed as a viable alternative for arthritis therapy”.
Damaged cells are also energy deficient; thus they have low oxygen levels, high in sodium levels, and have a faltered electrochemical gradient.

By inducing a mild electrical current into damaged cells, PEMF therapy slows or stops the release of pain and inflammatory mediators, increases blood flow, and re-establishes normal cell interaction. PEMF stimulates and restores the electrochemical gradient, the cell starts pumping sodium out, potassium enters the cell, the swelling resolves, oxygen starts flowing back in, and pain improves. Due to the density of the cell tissue, change requires stronger pulsed magnetic fields to be able to rest ore the healthy TMP to its optimal -70 mV.

Several factors influence tissue inflammation and the processes by which PEMF therapy operates to reduce inflammation include complex mechanical, chemical, electrical and magnetic processes along with increased circulation, oxygenation and cellular activity. With reduced inflammation, pain decreases and faster tissue healing occurs.

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The Elsevier Journal of Biomedicine & Pharmacotherapy (2005) publication:
Effects of pulsed electromagnetic fields on auricular hyaline cartilage: review of experimental and clinical studies by M. Fini. G. Giavaresi, A. Carpi, A. Nicolini, S. Setti, R. Giardino (Experimental Surgery Department, Research Institute Codivilla-Putti-Rizzoli, Orthopedic Institute, via di Barbiano 1/10, 40136 Bologna, Italy, Department of Reproduction and Aging, University of Pisa, Pisa, Italy, Department of Internal Medicine, University of Pisa, Pisa, Italy, igea SRL, Carpi, Modena, Italy) states:  “Newer concepts on osteoarthritis (OA) pathogenesis are related to the role of inflammation that is now well accepted as a feature in OA. Synovitis is common in advanced age involving infiltration of activated B cells and T lymphocytes and the expression of pro-inflammatory cytokines and chemokines is observed in patients with OA in the joints of OA patients and animals.
With regards to this, IL-1, TNFæ, IL-6, IL-18, IL-17 and leukemia inhibitory factor (LIF) appear to be more relevant to the disease. These catabolic cytokines lead to the destruction of joint tissue by stimulating cartilage PG resorption, MMP synthesis and nitric oxide production. The purine base adenosine has been shown to limit inflammation through receptor (i.e. A2a)-mediated regulation and suppressing pro-inflammatory cytokines synthesis (TNFæ, IL-8, IL-2, IL-6). Adenosine has been reported to reduce inflammation and swelling in several in vivo models of inflammation and also in adjuvant-induced and septic arthritis in animals.

So, a therapy combining an anabolic effect on chondrocytes, a catabolic cytokine blockage, a stimulatory effect on anabolic cytokine production and one that is able to counteract the inflammatory process would be extremely useful for OA treatment.
In vitro studies showed that chondrocyte proliferation and matrix synthesis are significantly enhanced by PEMF stimulation, when investigating also the conditions affecting the PEMF action. A part the importance of physical properties of the fields used (intensity, frequency, impulse amplitude, etc.) and the exposure time, the availability of growth factors, environmental constrictions and the maintenance of the native-cell matrix interactions seem to be fundamental in driving the PEMF-induced stimulation. In particular, the interaction between cell membrane receptors and mitogens seems to be one of the molecular events affected by PEMFs. These data are in agreement with results of in vivo studies with a decalcified bone matrixinduced endochondral ossification model and showing that the stimulation of TGF-b1 may be a mechanism through which PEMFs affect complex tissue behavior and through which the effects of PEMFs may be amplified. In addition, PEMFs are reported to up-regulate mRNA levels for,  and protein synthesis of, growth factors resulting in the synthesis of ECM proteins and acceleration of tissue repair. As far as inflammation is concerned, IL-1b is present in high amounts in OA cartilage and is considered to be one of the main catabolic factors involved in the cartilage matrix degradation associated with OA. As previously mentioned, PEMFs in vitro were able to counterbalance efficiently the cartilage degradation induced by the catabolic cytokine”.

As cited above, many studies lead to the conclusion that PEMF therapy is effective and reduces inf

Thursday, December 21, 2017

"Our Holiday Wishes" PEMF

"Our Holiday Wishes"

This is our Christmas wish to you:

May you have Comfort on difficult days, smiles when sadness intrudes, rainbows to follow the clouds, laughter to kiss your lips, sunsets to warm your heart, hugs when spirits sag, beauty for your eyes to see, friendships to brighten your being, faith so that you can believe, confidence for when you doubt, courage to know yourself, patience to accept the truth, And Love to complete your life!

Many Blessings,

Happy Holiday and Merry Christmas

Love, Charlie……….And Ariana

I have forever had a passion for the miraculous effects of vibration frequencies on human energy. I spent my retired years deep into research, study, and experience to educate and promote my amazing discovery of PEMF technology!

My breakthrough will prove that PEMF can balance the endocrine system and affect the physical, mental and emotional state of a person.

See More >>

Meet Charlie

As a musician, I have devoted my life to creative endeavors that lift people up. My own personal discovery involving the benefits of PEMF has been so life-changing that I want to share it with you too. This is my invitation for you to call me directly to learn more about this incredible technology.

Wishing you health and wholeness,

Learn More >>

Thank You!

We value your trust in our company, and we will do our best to meet your service expectations.

We are pleased to mention that your purchase also includes 30 day money back guarantee and a 3 year unlimited Guarantee should a problem arise. And Lifetime Warrantee!

If you have any questions about our equipment or service, we invite you to call us immediately at 203-214-5454 or 844-PEMF-8000, and we will be happy to assist you.

Let me take this opportunity to thank you for choosing PEMF8000 device to provide your company the finest technology and intimate customer servicing.

We are proud to welcome you as a successful and satisfied customer to our family and look forward to many years of working together.

PEMF8000 >>

"Our Holiday Wishes" PEMF

"Our Holiday Wishes"

This is our Christmas wish to you:

May you have Comfort on difficult days, smiles when sadness intrudes, rainbows to follow the clouds, laughter to kiss your lips, sunsets to warm your heart, hugs when spirits sag, beauty for your eyes to see, friendships to brighten your being, faith so that you can believe, confidence for when you doubt, courage to know yourself, patience to accept the truth, And Love to complete your life!

Many Blessings,

Happy Holiday and Merry Christmas

Love, Charlie……….And Ariana

I have forever had a passion for the miraculous effects of vibration frequencies on human energy. I spent my retired years deep into research, study, and experience to educate and promote my amazing discovery of PEMF technology!

My breakthrough will prove that PEMF can balance the endocrine system and affect the physical, mental and emotional state of a person.

See More >>

Meet Charlie

As a musician, I have devoted my life to creative endeavors that lift people up. My own personal discovery involving the benefits of PEMF has been so life-changing that I want to share it with you too. This is my invitation for you to call me directly to learn more about this incredible technology.

Wishing you health and wholeness,

Learn More >>

Thank You!

We value your trust in our company, and we will do our best to meet your service expectations.

We are pleased to mention that your purchase also includes 30 day money back guarantee and a 3 year unlimited Guarantee should a problem arise. And Lifetime Warrantee!

If you have any questions about our equipment or service, we invite you to call us immediately at 203-214-5454 or 844-PEMF-8000, and we will be happy to assist you.

Let me take this opportunity to thank you for choosing PEMF8000 device to provide your company the finest technology and intimate customer servicing.

We are proud to welcome you as a successful and satisfied customer to our family and look forward to many years of working together.

PEMF8000 >>

Friday, November 17, 2017

PEMF WELLNESS TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH PROVES PEMF Therapy Improves Sleep | Magnetic Therapy for Sleep Disorders

Magnetic Therapy for Sleep Disorders! PEMF 8000 creating wellness!

Published: November 15, 2017

sleep-disorder

With winter I fast approaching, a new study highlights how pulsed electromagnetic fields can help improve sleep!
Organized by the Sleep Council, Sleeptember is a month-long campaign aiming to raise awareness of the health benefits from a good night’s sleep. A USA based Company; PEMF Wellness Technology (PEMF 8000) is making people aware that they too can benefit from a good night’s sleep thanks to PEMF therapy.


According to Lisa Artis from The Sleep Council, “Poor sleep and fatigue are common problems affecting millions of people, and just one bad night’s sleep can influence our mood, concentration and alertness. Long-term sleep deprivation has far more serious consequences and has been linked to heart disease, diabetes and stroke.”
Some people do not resolve their sleeping patterns, whilst others resort to medication, however, PEMF8000, and PEMF WELLNESS TECHNOLOGY are promoting Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF) therapy – the drug-free alternative to improving your sleep.
Non-invasive and drug-free, PEMF therapy stimulates cellular repair to improve your body’s overall performance. It is an idea harnessed by NASA, using the Earth’s natural magnetic fields in a concentrated manner and has many benefits such as improving recovery time, pain-relief and sleep.
In the latest study by Pelka (2017), 101 participants were split into two categories; one received PEMF therapy and the other a placebo. Of those who used PEMF therapy, 94% remarked on their improved sleep. Furthermore, from PEMF Wellness Technology (PEMF8000) customers who have used PEMF therapy for a number of injuries and ailments, the majority also commented on how not only had PEMF helped them, but how they had also noticed the added benefit of sleeping better.
Janice Capelli,was recommended PEMF therapy by her therapist to manage her widespread pain from Fibromyalgia. Capelli shares, “I have to admit I don’t really understand the science behind it and after what felt like a lifetime of various surgeries and treatments and medication I was skeptical. However, by after only the first week, the pain had reduced dramatically and I had even been able to reduce my medication intake by 50% and it was a strange feeling, but for the first time in months I slept like a baby.”


Charles Farricielli, PEMF8000 Distributor, adds, “Sleep issues are often overlooked; during Sleeptember we are highlighting how PEMF therapy can help improve your sleep. At PEMF Wellness Technology we have a range of devices to support every type of lifestyle, including a mattress, Gel Loop, Butterfly and many more accessories for PEMF8000.

pemf sleep

UNDERSTANDING THE SLEEP CYCLE

There are many therapeutic approaches to helping with sleep disorders. The most commonly used are medications, herbs and supplements. In fact, supplemental melatonin is used frequently for this purpose. Meditation, relaxation, breathing exercises, and prayer are often also used with some success. Adhering to principles of good sleep hygiene is also necessary to achieve the best results.

Another important and effective approach is to synchronize brainwave patterns to shift disturbing patterns into the same ones seen in normal sleep. This is sometimes done with sound or other external stimuli, and this is where PEMFs can be very effective.

There is also research on the effects of PEMFs on circadian melatonin rhythms, primarily in animals. A number of animal studies show a decrease in melatonin production with exposure to PEMFs. This has raised a concern about the effects of environmental EMFs on humans too. However, human studies have failed to reproduce these results. So, humans appear to act differently than animals with exposure to PEMFs relative to melatonin production. On the contrary, PEMFs appear to improve and induce sleep.

Studies of brainwave electrical activity recordings have found different stages of sleep, with there being 2 primary stages: rapid eye movement (REM) and non-rapid eye movement (NREM). These stages are different in intensity and frequency of the brainwave activity. NREM sleep makes up about 80% of total sleep time in the adult. The most critical and restorative part of NREM sleep occurs during slow wave sleep (SWS). Most SWS occurs early at night, usually in the first 3 hours of sleep. SWS is the deepest, most difficult to interrupt, and most refreshing of the sleep stages. This time is also called Delta sleep, the time in which the brainwave patterns are in the lowest frequencies, typically between 1 – 4 Hz.

So, a major goal of PEMF therapies for sleep disorders is to alter disruptive sleep wave patterns. It is a principle of basic physics that molecules or electrical activity resonate. When presented with an external resonating stimulus, dynamic, resonant molecules or electrical activity begins to react to the stimulus frequencies by setting up a mutually resonant pattern. This is called frequency following or entrainment. Therefore, PEMFs can affect the electrical activity of the brain to either slow it down or speed it up. To varying degrees, this will then change the frequencies of the brain to shift to patterns that enhance sleep.

THERAPEUTIC PEMF AND SLEEP

Magnetic fields from a small battery-operated 0.5 mT/5 Gauss 4 Hz generator were tested in a double-blind study. Effects on sleep were studied prior to treatment and after 2 and 6 wks of treatment. They found that this field and intensity was effective in reducing sleep disturbances in 83% of the exposed group, compared with 57% in the controls. There is a strong impact psychologically of someone being studied, and changes are seen even if a placebo device is being used. Nevertheless, the people receiving active treatment consistently had better results for sleep whether it was at 2 weeks or 6 weeks. Results were stronger at 6 weeks. If anything, these results show that after 2 weeks of treatment results are decent and are more consistent at 6 weeks. This means that for a weak intensity magnetic system, longer treatment may need to be carried out to have consistent results across a larger number of people treated. Results between individuals can vary significantly. Because most research is time-limited, we typically do not know what happens when treatment is discontinued and whether people need to use treatments over long periods of time to get consistent and continued benefits. (Fischer)

In a 4-week double-blind, placebo-controlled study impulse magnetic-field therapy was tested for insomnia. One hundred patients were randomly assigned to either active treatment or placebo. They fell into one of three groups: (1) trouble falling asleep (sleep latency); (2) interrupted sleep; or (3) nightmares. The researchers looked at sleep latency, frequency of interruptions, sleepiness after rising, daytime sleepiness, difficulty with concentration, and daytime headaches. Those with active treatments had In the active-treatment group, the values of all criteria were significantly improved results. As is often seen with this kind of research, the placebo group also had significant symptomatic improvement. But, the differences between the 2 groups hugely favored the active treatment group. 70% of the people given active treatment experienced substantial or even complete relief of their complaints; 24% had clear improvement; 6% slight improvement. In the placebo group, only one patient had very clear relief; 49% slight or clear improvement; and 49% saw no change. No one had any adverse effects. The PEMF therapy helped about 90% of the individuals, versus only about 50% of the placebo group seeing benefit. This study was useful in showing that most basic types of sleep problems can be substantially helped with the use of PEMF therapies. (Pelka)

During much of the time of sleep, brain neurons undergo near-synchronous slow oscillations in brain cell membrane electrical activity. This is like synchronized swimming. These slow oscillations are obvious in the normal EEG. This was studied in sleeping individuals. Each high intensity Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) pulse at <1 Hz causes an individual, high intensity EEG slow wave that originates under the coil and spreads over the cortex of the brain. These evoked slow waves lead to a deepening of sleep and to a more widespread increase in EEG deep or slow-wave activity (0.5-4.5 Hz). This slow-wave activity is believed to play a role in brain restoration and memory consolidation. (Massimini)

So, these studies are important for us to confirm that PEMFs do affect brainwave frequency patterns, and that these results are not just by chance alone or a placebo or expectancy response.

It’s possible that even very low intensity PEMFs can enhance the effects of sleep medications and psychotropic drugs. This may result in a hangover-like effect in the morning. If this should be happening, then the dosing of the medications may be able to be decreased, under appropriate supervision. (Shtemberg)

USE OF PEMF IN OTHER SITUATIONS THAT AFFECT SLEEP

Sleep disturbance in trauma patients is very common, whether inpatient or outpatient. Effects of alternating magnetic fields (AMF) on wound healing and secondary pain symptoms were studied in inpatient lower extremity trauma hospital patients. The patients were divided into several groups: group 1 received no AMF treatment (control), group 2 was treated with AMF, and group 3 received placebo AMF exposure. The AMF was 35 mT, sinusoidal 50 Hz. PEMF therapy was for 15 days with 30-45 min of exposure daily, applied over bandages. The majority of patients treated with AMF felt better after the first 3-5 procedures. Their sleep and appetite noticeably improved, pains and general weakness decreased.  Swelling and inflammation in the injured extremity were not as severe as in the control and sham-exposed groups.  On average, the use of magnetotherapy shortened the hospital stay of AMF treated patients by 8 days. By helping the body heal from the trauma and postoperatively, sleep improved. Similar PEMFs can be expected to help with trauma-related sleep disorders as well. (Demetskii)

Lower intensity transcranial magnetotherapy (TMT) was used in 32 patients with alcoholism who had other complementary therapies and a control group was treated with a placebo procedure. TMT consisted of 10 daily procedures for 10-20 min. TMT was followed by improvements in wellbeing, mood, and sleep, increases in physical exercise tolerance and decreases in alcohol craving in 75% of patients in the study group and 30% in the control group. (Staroverov)

Changes in rapid eye movement (REM) sleep have been shown to play an important role in the development of depression. High intensity rapid Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS) delays the first REM sleep cycle on average by 17 min and prolongs the duration of sleep. These rTMS-induced changes in REM sleep are similar to what happens as a result of pharmacological treatment of depression. Therefore, this may explain why rTMS, which affects circadian and ultradian biological rhythms, has an antidepressive action. Similar results may be reasonably expected from other high intensity PEMFs treatments, too. (Cohrs)

SAFETY OF MAGNETIC STIMULATION OF THE BRAIN

Although thousands of rTMS sessions have been given with few side effects, more data was necessary to better evaluate the safety of high intensity PEMFs to the brain. The total dose (number of stimuli) able to be delivered safely to humans within a day or within a week has not been clearly established. Previous rTMS studies as a treatment for depression delivered 800 to 3,000 magnetic pulses per day, with 8000 to 30,000 magnetic pulses over 2 to 3 weeks. These authors studied rTMS in sleep deprivation by treating healthy men to 12,960 magnetic pulses a day for up to 3 days in 1 week. This equals 38,880 magnetic pulses over 1 week, likely one of the largest exposures of rTMS to date. Despite this intense treatment regimen, no significant side effects were seen. Doses of up to 12,960 pulses per day appear safe and tolerable in healthy young men. (Anderson)

NON-THERAPEUTIC EMFS AND SLEEP

One research laboratory has done an extensive amount of research on magnetic field stimulation and sleep. They discovered that using 20-30 microTesla magnetic fields at 60 Hz didn’t significantly alter sleep patterns. However, with the magnetic stimulation alternated one hour on/one hour off over 8 hours of sleep, and when on, further switched on and off every 15 seconds, different effects were found. This intermittent exposure to the magnetic field resulted in significant changes to nighttime sleep on many of the measures of sleep. These included:  (1) poor and broken sleep (decreased sleep efficiency); (2) increased time in Stage 2 sleep; suppression of REM sleep; and (3) self reports of sleeping less well in the night and feeling less rested on awakening in the morning.  These studies were intended to replicate the effects on sleep of the electromagnetic noise from power lines in peoples’ homes. That is why 60 Hz was used. But, continuous 60 Hz exposure at these very low intensities does not seem to alter sleep significantly. It’s only when they are switched on and off that we see disruptions in sleep patterns. This may be useful in considering whether to use PEMFs with intermittent pattern signals during the night with brainwave resonant frequencies or to only use devices with continuous PEMF signals through the night. (Graham)

The study described above looked at people in a dedicated research sleep laboratory setting. There’s always a question about what happens naturally in the home setting with exposure to very low intensity power line frequencies, that is, at 60 Hz. These are the same frequencies that we all experience in our home setting due to the wiring in the home. This question was studied to see what the impact was of a continuous, 60-Hz, nighttime magnetic field exposure in young women sleeping at home. They assessed sleep movement and sleep arousals. In a randomized crossover trial, they compared active (0.5–1.0 µT above ambient levels) with ambient magnetic field levels (0.001–0.50 µT), during two 5-night measurement periods. The women were 20–40 years of age. Sleep was not significantly different between the 2 levels of exposure. The importance of this study is to show that very low intensity realistic magnetic fields likely have no impact on sleep even if applied throughout the night. In the previously described laboratory study, the magnetic fields used were upwards of 20 times stronger. (Tworoger)

While home-based power frequency field intensities do not appear to do disrupt sleep, the same may not be true for other field exposures. Negative EMF effects on sleep have been found in people exposed to short wave or radiowave signals, by living near transmitter stations. Sleep disturbances were more frequent with increasing transmitter signal strengths. In one case, when the radio station was shut down, there was a statistically significant improvement of sleep quality after only one day. Fortunately, melatonin levels were not affected by the magnetic field strength. So, sleep disturbances can be very significant when one is sleeping in the home environment near a strong transmitter. It becomes almost impossible to fix this problem without moving away from the transmitter. Therapeutic PEMF therapies that modulate brainwave frequencies may be able to help to counteract the transmitter signals.

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ARTICLE SUMMARY

Because the brain is a dynamic and bioelectric organ, and sensitive to PEMFs, PEMF therapies should be considered to help people having problems with sleep. All kinds of PEMF systems have been studied to enhance sleep, from very weak microtesla fields to very powerful multi-Tesla fields. While my experience has been that most people who use PEMFs systems find they sleep better when they are used in the evening, this review is helpful to provide the science behind these observations.

Anybody who currently owns a PEMF system could regularly use it before bedtime to help with sleep. Anybody with health issues, especially chronic pain, would benefit from PEMFs not only for the relief of pain but also to help with sleep. As we discussed above, PEMFs can also help with depression, not the least of which benefit may be due to enhancement of sleep.

Many PEMF systems are limited by the time that a treatment cycle runs. That is not necessarily a problem when used before bed. However, if it is found that the PEMF system chosen only works for a short time, that is, sleep is interrupted within 2 or 3 hours or bedtime, then a system that can run all night long may be needed. Or, the treatment can be repeated again during the night. For this purpose I would tend to use the highest intensity available, unless extra sensitive, to more quickly recapture the desired sleep inducing brainwave frequencies.

I would also usually stay away from higher frequency (over 8Hz) magnetic fields in the evening and overnight, as some research has shown that they may excite the brain. Increased excitability or activity of the brain is common in sleep disorders. This is based on the principle of resonance – higher frequencies tend to make you more alert by increasing brain excitability or activity. On the other hand, higher frequencies above 40 Hz, from the above research, may stimulate REM sleep or dreaming. This could be of practical value for people who want to do dream work. Still, I would not use frequencies higher than 40Hz during the early part of the night.

It’s also possible that a magnetic system may be necessary that allows the selection of different frequencies. In the past, various sound light systems were developed that did ramping up or down of different frequencies, trying to emulate the brain’s own natural rhythms. Some people may find ramping a preferred approach. However, I have found that presenting the brain with a single frequency or narrow band of frequencies (that is low enough and strong enough to adequately entrain brain frequencies) will cause enough areas of the brain to fire at the entraining frequencies, to help to restore or induce sleep. Since different areas of the brain are firing at various frequencies, even in sleep, the extent to which the brainwave frequencies are entrained or whose attention is “grabbed” by a specific chosen PEMF stimulation frequency, is the extent to which the depth and duration of sleep will be affected.

PEMF8000 therapy a device, specifically designed to help get a good night’s rest.”

PEMF WELLNESS TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH PROVES PEMF Therapy Improves Sleep | Magnetic Therapy for Sleep Disorders

Magnetic Therapy for Sleep Disorders! PEMF 8000 creating wellness!

Published: November 15, 2017

sleep-disorder

With winter I fast approaching, a new study highlights how pulsed electromagnetic fields can help improve sleep!
Organized by the Sleep Council, Sleeptember is a month-long campaign aiming to raise awareness of the health benefits from a good night’s sleep. A USA based Company; PEMF Wellness Technology (PEMF 8000) is making people aware that they too can benefit from a good night’s sleep thanks to PEMF therapy.


According to Lisa Artis from The Sleep Council, “Poor sleep and fatigue are common problems affecting millions of people, and just one bad night’s sleep can influence our mood, concentration and alertness. Long-term sleep deprivation has far more serious consequences and has been linked to heart disease, diabetes and stroke.”
Some people do not resolve their sleeping patterns, whilst others resort to medication, however, PEMF8000, and PEMF WELLNESS TECHNOLOGY are promoting Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF) therapy – the drug-free alternative to improving your sleep.
Non-invasive and drug-free, PEMF therapy stimulates cellular repair to improve your body’s overall performance. It is an idea harnessed by NASA, using the Earth’s natural magnetic fields in a concentrated manner and has many benefits such as improving recovery time, pain-relief and sleep.
In the latest study by Pelka (2017), 101 participants were split into two categories; one received PEMF therapy and the other a placebo. Of those who used PEMF therapy, 94% remarked on their improved sleep. Furthermore, from PEMF Wellness Technology (PEMF8000) customers who have used PEMF therapy for a number of injuries and ailments, the majority also commented on how not only had PEMF helped them, but how they had also noticed the added benefit of sleeping better.
Janice Capelli,was recommended PEMF therapy by her therapist to manage her widespread pain from Fibromyalgia. Capelli shares, “I have to admit I don’t really understand the science behind it and after what felt like a lifetime of various surgeries and treatments and medication I was skeptical. However, by after only the first week, the pain had reduced dramatically and I had even been able to reduce my medication intake by 50% and it was a strange feeling, but for the first time in months I slept like a baby.”


Charles Farricielli, PEMF8000 Distributor, adds, “Sleep issues are often overlooked; during Sleeptember we are highlighting how PEMF therapy can help improve your sleep. At PEMF Wellness Technology we have a range of devices to support every type of lifestyle, including a mattress, Gel Loop, Butterfly and many more accessories for PEMF8000.

pemf sleep

UNDERSTANDING THE SLEEP CYCLE

There are many therapeutic approaches to helping with sleep disorders. The most commonly used are medications, herbs and supplements. In fact, supplemental melatonin is used frequently for this purpose. Meditation, relaxation, breathing exercises, and prayer are often also used with some success. Adhering to principles of good sleep hygiene is also necessary to achieve the best results.

Another important and effective approach is to synchronize brainwave patterns to shift disturbing patterns into the same ones seen in normal sleep. This is sometimes done with sound or other external stimuli, and this is where PEMFs can be very effective.

There is also research on the effects of PEMFs on circadian melatonin rhythms, primarily in animals. A number of animal studies show a decrease in melatonin production with exposure to PEMFs. This has raised a concern about the effects of environmental EMFs on humans too. However, human studies have failed to reproduce these results. So, humans appear to act differently than animals with exposure to PEMFs relative to melatonin production. On the contrary, PEMFs appear to improve and induce sleep.

Studies of brainwave electrical activity recordings have found different stages of sleep, with there being 2 primary stages: rapid eye movement (REM) and non-rapid eye movement (NREM). These stages are different in intensity and frequency of the brainwave activity. NREM sleep makes up about 80% of total sleep time in the adult. The most critical and restorative part of NREM sleep occurs during slow wave sleep (SWS). Most SWS occurs early at night, usually in the first 3 hours of sleep. SWS is the deepest, most difficult to interrupt, and most refreshing of the sleep stages. This time is also called Delta sleep, the time in which the brainwave patterns are in the lowest frequencies, typically between 1 – 4 Hz.

So, a major goal of PEMF therapies for sleep disorders is to alter disruptive sleep wave patterns. It is a principle of basic physics that molecules or electrical activity resonate. When presented with an external resonating stimulus, dynamic, resonant molecules or electrical activity begins to react to the stimulus frequencies by setting up a mutually resonant pattern. This is called frequency following or entrainment. Therefore, PEMFs can affect the electrical activity of the brain to either slow it down or speed it up. To varying degrees, this will then change the frequencies of the brain to shift to patterns that enhance sleep.

THERAPEUTIC PEMF AND SLEEP

Magnetic fields from a small battery-operated 0.5 mT/5 Gauss 4 Hz generator were tested in a double-blind study. Effects on sleep were studied prior to treatment and after 2 and 6 wks of treatment. They found that this field and intensity was effective in reducing sleep disturbances in 83% of the exposed group, compared with 57% in the controls. There is a strong impact psychologically of someone being studied, and changes are seen even if a placebo device is being used. Nevertheless, the people receiving active treatment consistently had better results for sleep whether it was at 2 weeks or 6 weeks. Results were stronger at 6 weeks. If anything, these results show that after 2 weeks of treatment results are decent and are more consistent at 6 weeks. This means that for a weak intensity magnetic system, longer treatment may need to be carried out to have consistent results across a larger number of people treated. Results between individuals can vary significantly. Because most research is time-limited, we typically do not know what happens when treatment is discontinued and whether people need to use treatments over long periods of time to get consistent and continued benefits. (Fischer)

In a 4-week double-blind, placebo-controlled study impulse magnetic-field therapy was tested for insomnia. One hundred patients were randomly assigned to either active treatment or placebo. They fell into one of three groups: (1) trouble falling asleep (sleep latency); (2) interrupted sleep; or (3) nightmares. The researchers looked at sleep latency, frequency of interruptions, sleepiness after rising, daytime sleepiness, difficulty with concentration, and daytime headaches. Those with active treatments had In the active-treatment group, the values of all criteria were significantly improved results. As is often seen with this kind of research, the placebo group also had significant symptomatic improvement. But, the differences between the 2 groups hugely favored the active treatment group. 70% of the people given active treatment experienced substantial or even complete relief of their complaints; 24% had clear improvement; 6% slight improvement. In the placebo group, only one patient had very clear relief; 49% slight or clear improvement; and 49% saw no change. No one had any adverse effects. The PEMF therapy helped about 90% of the individuals, versus only about 50% of the placebo group seeing benefit. This study was useful in showing that most basic types of sleep problems can be substantially helped with the use of PEMF therapies. (Pelka)

During much of the time of sleep, brain neurons undergo near-synchronous slow oscillations in brain cell membrane electrical activity. This is like synchronized swimming. These slow oscillations are obvious in the normal EEG. This was studied in sleeping individuals. Each high intensity Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) pulse at <1 Hz causes an individual, high intensity EEG slow wave that originates under the coil and spreads over the cortex of the brain. These evoked slow waves lead to a deepening of sleep and to a more widespread increase in EEG deep or slow-wave activity (0.5-4.5 Hz). This slow-wave activity is believed to play a role in brain restoration and memory consolidation. (Massimini)

So, these studies are important for us to confirm that PEMFs do affect brainwave frequency patterns, and that these results are not just by chance alone or a placebo or expectancy response.

It’s possible that even very low intensity PEMFs can enhance the effects of sleep medications and psychotropic drugs. This may result in a hangover-like effect in the morning. If this should be happening, then the dosing of the medications may be able to be decreased, under appropriate supervision. (Shtemberg)

USE OF PEMF IN OTHER SITUATIONS THAT AFFECT SLEEP

Sleep disturbance in trauma patients is very common, whether inpatient or outpatient. Effects of alternating magnetic fields (AMF) on wound healing and secondary pain symptoms were studied in inpatient lower extremity trauma hospital patients. The patients were divided into several groups: group 1 received no AMF treatment (control), group 2 was treated with AMF, and group 3 received placebo AMF exposure. The AMF was 35 mT, sinusoidal 50 Hz. PEMF therapy was for 15 days with 30-45 min of exposure daily, applied over bandages. The majority of patients treated with AMF felt better after the first 3-5 procedures. Their sleep and appetite noticeably improved, pains and general weakness decreased.  Swelling and inflammation in the injured extremity were not as severe as in the control and sham-exposed groups.  On average, the use of magnetotherapy shortened the hospital stay of AMF treated patients by 8 days. By helping the body heal from the trauma and postoperatively, sleep improved. Similar PEMFs can be expected to help with trauma-related sleep disorders as well. (Demetskii)

Lower intensity transcranial magnetotherapy (TMT) was used in 32 patients with alcoholism who had other complementary therapies and a control group was treated with a placebo procedure. TMT consisted of 10 daily procedures for 10-20 min. TMT was followed by improvements in wellbeing, mood, and sleep, increases in physical exercise tolerance and decreases in alcohol craving in 75% of patients in the study group and 30% in the control group. (Staroverov)

Changes in rapid eye movement (REM) sleep have been shown to play an important role in the development of depression. High intensity rapid Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS) delays the first REM sleep cycle on average by 17 min and prolongs the duration of sleep. These rTMS-induced changes in REM sleep are similar to what happens as a result of pharmacological treatment of depression. Therefore, this may explain why rTMS, which affects circadian and ultradian biological rhythms, has an antidepressive action. Similar results may be reasonably expected from other high intensity PEMFs treatments, too. (Cohrs)

SAFETY OF MAGNETIC STIMULATION OF THE BRAIN

Although thousands of rTMS sessions have been given with few side effects, more data was necessary to better evaluate the safety of high intensity PEMFs to the brain. The total dose (number of stimuli) able to be delivered safely to humans within a day or within a week has not been clearly established. Previous rTMS studies as a treatment for depression delivered 800 to 3,000 magnetic pulses per day, with 8000 to 30,000 magnetic pulses over 2 to 3 weeks. These authors studied rTMS in sleep deprivation by treating healthy men to 12,960 magnetic pulses a day for up to 3 days in 1 week. This equals 38,880 magnetic pulses over 1 week, likely one of the largest exposures of rTMS to date. Despite this intense treatment regimen, no significant side effects were seen. Doses of up to 12,960 pulses per day appear safe and tolerable in healthy young men. (Anderson)

NON-THERAPEUTIC EMFS AND SLEEP

One research laboratory has done an extensive amount of research on magnetic field stimulation and sleep. They discovered that using 20-30 microTesla magnetic fields at 60 Hz didn’t significantly alter sleep patterns. However, with the magnetic stimulation alternated one hour on/one hour off over 8 hours of sleep, and when on, further switched on and off every 15 seconds, different effects were found. This intermittent exposure to the magnetic field resulted in significant changes to nighttime sleep on many of the measures of sleep. These included:  (1) poor and broken sleep (decreased sleep efficiency); (2) increased time in Stage 2 sleep; suppression of REM sleep; and (3) self reports of sleeping less well in the night and feeling less rested on awakening in the morning.  These studies were intended to replicate the effects on sleep of the electromagnetic noise from power lines in peoples’ homes. That is why 60 Hz was used. But, continuous 60 Hz exposure at these very low intensities does not seem to alter sleep significantly. It’s only when they are switched on and off that we see disruptions in sleep patterns. This may be useful in considering whether to use PEMFs with intermittent pattern signals during the night with brainwave resonant frequencies or to only use devices with continuous PEMF signals through the night. (Graham)

The study described above looked at people in a dedicated research sleep laboratory setting. There’s always a question about what happens naturally in the home setting with exposure to very low intensity power line frequencies, that is, at 60 Hz. These are the same frequencies that we all experience in our home setting due to the wiring in the home. This question was studied to see what the impact was of a continuous, 60-Hz, nighttime magnetic field exposure in young women sleeping at home. They assessed sleep movement and sleep arousals. In a randomized crossover trial, they compared active (0.5–1.0 µT above ambient levels) with ambient magnetic field levels (0.001–0.50 µT), during two 5-night measurement periods. The women were 20–40 years of age. Sleep was not significantly different between the 2 levels of exposure. The importance of this study is to show that very low intensity realistic magnetic fields likely have no impact on sleep even if applied throughout the night. In the previously described laboratory study, the magnetic fields used were upwards of 20 times stronger. (Tworoger)

While home-based power frequency field intensities do not appear to do disrupt sleep, the same may not be true for other field exposures. Negative EMF effects on sleep have been found in people exposed to short wave or radiowave signals, by living near transmitter stations. Sleep disturbances were more frequent with increasing transmitter signal strengths. In one case, when the radio station was shut down, there was a statistically significant improvement of sleep quality after only one day. Fortunately, melatonin levels were not affected by the magnetic field strength. So, sleep disturbances can be very significant when one is sleeping in the home environment near a strong transmitter. It becomes almost impossible to fix this problem without moving away from the transmitter. Therapeutic PEMF therapies that modulate brainwave frequencies may be able to help to counteract the transmitter signals.

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ARTICLE SUMMARY

Because the brain is a dynamic and bioelectric organ, and sensitive to PEMFs, PEMF therapies should be considered to help people having problems with sleep. All kinds of PEMF systems have been studied to enhance sleep, from very weak microtesla fields to very powerful multi-Tesla fields. While my experience has been that most people who use PEMFs systems find they sleep better when they are used in the evening, this review is helpful to provide the science behind these observations.

Anybody who currently owns a PEMF system could regularly use it before bedtime to help with sleep. Anybody with health issues, especially chronic pain, would benefit from PEMFs not only for the relief of pain but also to help with sleep. As we discussed above, PEMFs can also help with depression, not the least of which benefit may be due to enhancement of sleep.

Many PEMF systems are limited by the time that a treatment cycle runs. That is not necessarily a problem when used before bed. However, if it is found that the PEMF system chosen only works for a short time, that is, sleep is interrupted within 2 or 3 hours or bedtime, then a system that can run all night long may be needed. Or, the treatment can be repeated again during the night. For this purpose I would tend to use the highest intensity available, unless extra sensitive, to more quickly recapture the desired sleep inducing brainwave frequencies.

I would also usually stay away from higher frequency (over 8Hz) magnetic fields in the evening and overnight, as some research has shown that they may excite the brain. Increased excitability or activity of the brain is common in sleep disorders. This is based on the principle of resonance – higher frequencies tend to make you more alert by increasing brain excitability or activity. On the other hand, higher frequencies above 40 Hz, from the above research, may stimulate REM sleep or dreaming. This could be of practical value for people who want to do dream work. Still, I would not use frequencies higher than 40Hz during the early part of the night.

It’s also possible that a magnetic system may be necessary that allows the selection of different frequencies. In the past, various sound light systems were developed that did ramping up or down of different frequencies, trying to emulate the brain’s own natural rhythms. Some people may find ramping a preferred approach. However, I have found that presenting the brain with a single frequency or narrow band of frequencies (that is low enough and strong enough to adequately entrain brain frequencies) will cause enough areas of the brain to fire at the entraining frequencies, to help to restore or induce sleep. Since different areas of the brain are firing at various frequencies, even in sleep, the extent to which the brainwave frequencies are entrained or whose attention is “grabbed” by a specific chosen PEMF stimulation frequency, is the extent to which the depth and duration of sleep will be affected.

PEMF8000 therapy a device, specifically designed to help get a good night’s rest.”