Advancing Medicine with Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy
Pulsed Electromagnetic Therapy has been proven to effectively treat musulo-skeletal disorders, chronic pain and speed healing of skin bones, ligaments and tendons. Over 1/3rd of Americans suffer with chronic pain and who knows how many people worldwide. Consumption of prescription pain killers are on the rise which has led to an Opioid epidemic unparalleled by history. Needless to say policymakers are looking for a solution to reduce the cost of healthcare, and ordinary people are searching for a better way to treat pain.
PEMF is a medial treatment that involves pulsing rythmic electromagnetic waves in to the body through a copper foil mesh inside of a comfortable mat, which you can lay or sit on. It was originally used by the medical community to speed up the delivery of drugs and post-operative healing. However continuing research and retail success suggest that it has even more potential for home use and prevention.
The Omnium Mat
The technology could potentially help with the the overbearing cost of healthcare and the controversy surrounding coverage. Testament to the trend is several companies with products that are proven to speed healing and prevent pain. Could this technology target the source of inflammation and disease by re-calibrating the voltage of cellular tissue?
You see electricity actually implies magnetism. We simply use different terms to describe the fundamental force of electromagnetism (light), and from which side of the equation we begin. According to the Yellow Book of The Emperor magnets were used for healing as far back as 4 millennia ago. Furthermore, it’s recently been discovered that using magnets on the brain can change your taste in music.
As per mainstream healthcare It’s generally easier to design new medications when you think in terms of linear electron conduits, however when Michael Faraday ran a magnetic field through a conductor forming electricity in the 1900s he discovered that electromagnetism is a two way street. This is called the law of induction.
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The same phenomena occurs tens of thousands of kilometres above the earth where the rhythmic echo of lightning throughout the atmosphere creates a a series of eletro-magnetic frequencies called the “schumann resonances”. These vibrations even overlap in amplitude with the bodies own electromagnetic field, and as synapses fire off electricity you are seeing this same relationship between electricity and magnetism form in the body. In that case magnetism dilates nutrient ion channels making
Cities provide international centres for communication, diversity and exchange . However, insulating the environment in order to control the temperature also cuts you off from Schumann resonances.
The deleterious effect of this was actually discovered in Space of all places, when astronauts were insulated from the electromagnetic frequency of Earth there health would deteriorate. Add a pulsed schumann frequency cascade to the spaceship and the problem was solved. Of course space is more distance then anything here on Earth but the same principle applies on a smaller scale when you insulate a home from temperature fluctuations you are also insulating yourself from the Earths natural field.
So one of the better solutions out there is pulsed electromagnetic therapy. The concept is surprisingly simple – we’re treating force of electromagnetism as just that – a single force that accounts for both electricity, and magnetism with some frequency combinations that are healthier than others depending on their similarity to Earths own field.
This is good news for medicine as we do in fact know how to influence the conductivity of tissue and ability to regenerate using this technology. It simply needs to be employed on a larger scale.
The working mechanism proves how the right electromagnetic frequency can restore your bodies ability to heal itself by increasing the trans-membrane potential of your cells along with the highlighting importance of monitoring radiation from Cell phone/internet towers.
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This is be cause specific pattern in the amplitude and wavelength of pulsed EMFs dilate nutrient ion channels and separate clumps of blood – reducing Blood Pressure. For example it has been demonstrated in laboratory conditions that frequencies used for healing everything from nerve damage to broken bones (0-20 hz) overlap with some Earth frequencies found in the Schumann cascade.
In the textbook Magnetic Field Dosimetry – Biophysical and Clinical Aspects the process of matching frequency to wavelength is described in length as “Depending on the mass, shape and size of the target, the orientation of the target with respect to the field vector, and the electrical properties of both the body and the environment.”
There are scientists who have spent their entire career identifying the exact frequency/angles for nerve regeneration, bone growth, soft tissue regeneration and capillary formation. In fact there are devices built for home use today that – if used correctly – can be more safe, effective and less expensive than surgery or medication. With more public attention paid to continued research we may be able to reduce the cost of this technology by providing a crowdfunded infrastructure for adoption by the mainstream.
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