If you just read PEMF and instantly dismissed it as being anything good, you'd hardly be the first.
After all, EMF makes up 75% of the acronym and the dangers of EMFs are well-documented.
So it's understandable if you think PEMF might be similarly bad. But that's a bad assumption.
In fact, PEMF is so beneficial for you we've incorporated it into the NES miHealth.
Magnetic Forces Throughout History
The use of magnetic forces for health is nothing new. In fact, it has been around for thousands of years, and was even used by the beauty of the Nile, Cleopatra.
Beginning with the use of magnetic stones or lodestones on specific acupuncture points and culminating in the high technology that we utilize today, pulsed electromagnetic frequency therapy has come a long way.
As a client, this therapy was undoubtedly a game-changer within my own health journey. I've had the pleasure to utilize various devices and methods of harnessing the electromagnetic spectrum to optimize my own well-being. I’ve experienced a great many of them first-hand.
They all work in slightly different ways but the general premise is EMFs are produced using a magnetic loop coil and electrifying it with various electrical components. The end result is an electromagnetic field that emanates outward in all directions from the coil.
(A basic example of a magnetic loop coil)
This electromagnetic field is composed of photonic energy or light that we cannot see in its waveform.
You may have already guessed this is exactly like the electromagnetic fields that are created by your Wi-Fi router, cell phone, and Bluetooth devices.
The difference is these electromagnetic frequencies (EMFs) are tuned to be harmonic with either the resonance of the earth or the human body. In this way, PEMF therapy is able to support your body’s health rather than deplete it like the ones your cell phone produces.
The Benefits of PEMF Therapy
You may be wondering, why pulsating these electromagnetic frequencies into the human body would have any beneficial effect?
The answer to that lies in the fact that the human body is an electromagnetic system at its very core.
There are two main benefits that you can derive from this type of stimulation, one energetic and one physical:
- Energetic provides extra electrons for optimal wellness.
- Physical is the activation of the body's immune responses such as micro-circulation.
Benefit #1: Energetic Stimulation
The body needs to have a nice negative charge which actually means the body is full of electrons (negatively charged particles).
These terms were named before they realized that negative actually stood for having more energy but that's what it truly means. We can get these electrons from various sources whether we:
- Burn proteins, fats and carbohydrates through the Krebs cycle...
- Go outside and connect ourselves to the earth and its limitless source of electrons...
- Or we can expose ourselves to pulsating electromagnetic fields...
As these fields spread through our bodies, some of this energy is absorbed and can be used right away by the body. You can think of PEMF as providing an exogenous, or external, source of energy to be utilized as the body needs.
Then, we have the activation of various healing mechanisms within the human body.
This aspect of the benefits you can attain from PEMF therapy is a byproduct of the extra electrons.
Once you provide the system with energy, you’ll see the activation of all of the mechanistic pathways in which it needs to get there.
Therefore, the amount of things that can be stimulated by this therapy are nearly endless.
Benefit #2: Micro-Circulation
However one of these effects is similar to the first benefit of an exogenous source of electrons because of its ability to optimize various other mechanisms and pathways inside of the human body.
This would be the activation of micro-circulation. Micro-circulation involves the flow of blood to your body’s tiniest blood vessels that wind themselves throughout your organs.
The increase in micro-circulation will enhance the body's ability to usher resources to their place of need as well as escort toxins out of the system.
Given this is such a fundamental aspect of keeping a healthy physiological and energetic terrain, it is arguably the most important physiological effect of PEMF therapy.
This combination of energetic and physiological benefits makes PEMF therapy quite the powerhouse of modality.
It is one of the best non-invasive ways to provide support on both of those levels. PEMF has caught on in recent years for everything from minor, acute pain relief, a healthy immune response, bone health support, and the like, but it doesn't stop there.
It also offers potent benefits to help maintain a feeling of well-being.
How to Use PEMF Therapy
PEMF therapy isn’t a common modality you can find just anywhere. In order to use PEMF therapy, you need a specialized device that can output certain frequencies. In order to be beneficial, these frequencies must be able to support your health.
There are hundreds of frequencies to choose from. All too often, the incorrect frequency is used -- meaning you won't get any benefits from PEMF therapy.
Because PEMF therapy is so beneficial, we've made it major component of our frequency device, the miHealth.
The miHealth uses PEMF that is at a safe level and can help support your health.
Now, as mentioned before, there are hundreds of frequencies that can be used. Unfortunately, most of them are wrong and it's not always immediately apparent.
In the miHealth, we also use global scaling mathematics to refine our frequencies to be harmonious with nature, and your body. This allows us to take PEMF therapy to the next level and provide actual support for your health.
We use these frequencies as carrier waves for the NES corrective information that restores energy and coherence to the human body field, the body's control mechanism.
Simply put, PEMF makes the miHealth a versatile tool that can help you and your loved ones in real time. It can charge up your body and activate your body's own innate wellness mechanisms in the face of different environmental and mind-body stressors.