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PEMF Therapy For Astronauts

Updated: May 9, 2023

If you're planning a trip to the moon or maybe mars in the near future, I'd highly recommend looking into PEMF Therapy. Out of more than 10,000 research papers and over 2,000 double blind studies on PEMF therapy; none was more thorough and conclusive as the 4 year NASA study lead by Dr. Thomas Goodwin, PhD, on the ability of PEMF to improve the growth and repair of tissues in mammals. NASA discovered that the benefits of low frequency, low intensity, rapidly varying PEMF includes better healing and regeneration of damaged or diseased tissue, greater cell longevity, accelerated cell growth, improved cellular voltage (mainly observed in nerve cells), upregulation of genes related to collagen production, cell restoration and growth.

This study is a landmark in proving the efficacy of PEMF therapy on human cells for healing, growth and regeneration, specifically human nerve cells. Researching for many years led to the discovery that the lack of the earth’s magnetic field was making these astronauts ill and drained of their energy. NASA decided that it was time to add pulsating electromagnetic fields to the space capsules. Once NASA equipped space capsules with Pulsating Magnetic Fields, the astronauts no longer faced the same problems with sickness and lack of energy.

NASA scientists’ ultimate goal for magnetic therapy is to create an astronaut suit that would provide a countermeasure for the muscle atrophy and bone loss associated with space flight. NASA’s findings in regards to Magnetic Therapy to sustain astronauts’ well-being while in space have been instrumental in validating ongoing scientific studies and the development of PEMF devices.


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