Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy (PEMF) was originated in Germany and has been used worldwide for over four decades. PEMF as technology was approved by the FDA for the healing of non-union fractures in 1979. In 1998, it was approved for urinary incontinence, and in 2006, PEMF was approved for treatment of depression and anxiety. PEMFT sends pulses of magnetism to stimulates a variety of changes in the body including cellular repair.
In many chronic illnesses, circulation to the body is impaired. Hypercoagulation, thickening of the blood, is a common finding in chronic Lyme Disease as well as many other illnesses and diseases. PEMF may reduce hypercoagulation and decrease fibrinogen in the blood. PEMF has been used successfully to increase circulation in diabetes and even improve wound healing in diabetic ulcers.
Symptoms of Magnetic Deficiency Syndrome may include:
- Chronic Headaches
- Bone and nerve disease
- Sore and stiff neck, shoulders and back
- Disease of digestive organs
- Chest pains
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