Can you feel PEMF?
It is not possible to ‘feel’ PEMF therapy directly as your skin receptors are not sensitive enough to detect the PEMF signal. However, the receptors on your cells do detect this signal and amplify it significantly. Research show up to 7 million times! This is why low frequency and intensity PEMF therapy, such as used by the iMRS system, can be so effective.
What does PEMF feel like?
Some people report that they do not directly ‘feel’ PEMF therapy when it is occurring, but they then notice the benefits afterwards, such as reduced pain levels, increased energy, or better sleep. Others feel the effects of PEMF therapy on their body, such as warmth in tight muscles, tingling in old injury sites, or a sense of all over relaxation as the tension in their muscles releases.
What are PEMF devices
PEMF therapy devices deliver a pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) to the cells in the body. This can improve cell energy and lead to profound health benefits. There are many PEMF devices available today, which range from very low frequency and intensity PEMF models, to very high powered systems. We have researched and tested a great many of these systems and the iMRS system is our favourite. If you believe in working with your body to help it heal, we think you will like the iMRS too.
What does PEMF help?
There are many benefits to using PEMF therapy. These include pain relief, better sleep, reduced inflammation, faster healing, more energy and less stress to name a few. PEMF can also play a supportive role in a number of health conditions such as arthritis, ms, fibromyalgia and Parkinson’s.
What can PEMF treat?
Using PEMF therapy can lead to many benefits. These include pain relief, reduced inflammation, faster healing, and greater, amongst many others. PEMF can also play a supportive role in a number of health conditions such as arthritis, ms, fibromyalgia and Parkinson’s.
How Does PEMF Work?
Cells are the building blocks of life. The health of every one of us is governed by the health of our cells. There is no escaping this. Our cells are constantly subjected to stress, be it physical, emotional or energetic, pushing them towards a state of dysfunction and ultimately disease.
Keeping the trillions of cells within our body in a healthy state is not a passive process and requires an active intervention. PEMF therapy can do just this and when delivered at the right frequency and intensity, can play a hugely significant role in keeping our cells healthy.
When electromagnetic impulses of the appropriate frequency are applied this can result in a process called cellular resonance, with vibration of the cell occurring at maximum amplitude. When this occurs, the resulting stimulation of the cell’s membrane receptors activates a variety of functions within the cell, accounting for the widespread benefits of PEMF therapy.
There is a ‘biological window’ of very low level electromagnetic frequency and intensity values which produce this effect within the cell. It is perhaps not surprising that these values are therefore replicated in the technology of the most effective PEMF systems available for home use. Outside of these values, not only are the beneficial effects downgraded, they can actually become harmful. This is most easily demonstrated today in our modern electronic environment, where we are seeing mounting evidence of the negative health effects of mobile phones, smart meters and WiFi.
Is PEMF Effective?
There has been a significant amount of research carried out into the effectiveness of PEMF therapy. There are over three thousand published research papers and many double blind ramdomised controlled trials which highlight the positive effects of PEMF therapy across all frequency and intensity ranges, and for various diseases. Research also shows that the applied frequency, intensity and type of waveform are all crucial when it comes to an effective response. This is why PEMF therapy is used medically over a large range of intensity and frequency levels. There has been very interesting low level PEMF research published, which has demonstrated a positive response in a number of health conditions including osteoarthritis, fibromyalgia, ms, and Parkinson’s disease in particular.
Which PEMF Device is best?
There are a number of PEMF devices available today. To decide which device is best for your needs, you first need to consider what you want to achieve from PEMF therapy. If you believe that the body is capable of healing itself and wish to work with your body for lasting, long term benefits, you should give serious consideration to low level PEMF devices. We have tested the vast majority of these systems and recommend the iMRS system as, in our opinion, it provides the best all round PEMF therapy offering. If you are looking to work against your body and override its natural processes in order to help with high level pain management or a specific disease process, you may want to consider higher level PEMF therapy systems.