Why You Should Try PEMF Therapy

Did you know that our bodies are electric? Every heartbeat generates electromagnetic waves throughout your blood vessels which stimulate your body's tissues. Have you ever tried to force two magnets together, and felt a resistance between them? If you have then you have experienced a magnetic field. PEMF stands for Pulsed Electromagnetic Field. The fundamental basis for PEMF therapy comes from the fact that magnetic fields can change the behavior of any other charged objects in their vicinity.

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PEMF has been used to improve functions like:

  • Faster injury recovery

  • Bone healing and density

  • Immune function

  • Depression

  • Circulation

  • Sleep

  • Physical energy

One of the main benefits of PEMF therapy is that it stimulates the Autonomic Nervous System (ANS). ANS controls many vital functions including our breathing, heart rate, sweating, and digestion. When your Autonomic Nervous System becomes compromised, there will be major dysfunction in the body. It can increase the risk of disease and speed the aging process.

Reducing the stress responses in the body allows patients to be proactive in slowing the aging process. Additionally, PEMF therapy clears the body’s energy circuits along with the acupuncture and chakra system.

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Don’t just take our word for it. NASA Scientists have even confirmed that electromagnetic fields can be used to enhance cell function and thereby improve a person’s overall health. Electromagnetic fields have also been shown beneficial in developing tissues for transplantation, repairing traumatized tissues, and moderating some neurodegenerative diseases. It could also help control the degeneration of tissue. Contact Enlightenment Wellness Center to begin your journey to improving your body, mind and spirit today.

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