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PEMF Therapy For Improved Circulation

Updated: May 9, 2023

A sick or damaged cell does not hold its ideal charge which results in decreased circulation. PEMF therapy helps the cell to be properly charged to function optimally. Blood flow improves with PEMF therapy, increasing the amount of oxygen going to tissues. Poor circulation makes tissues unhealthy and prone to disease and breakdown. Improved circulation with PEMF therapy helps tissues get the nutrition and oxygen they need to promote healing and reduce swelling.

Better Circulation = Better Health

PEMF therapy improves localized blood circulation where applied. Researchers at Wake Forest University found that PEMF stimulation can be applied locally to increase vasodilation in an area of the body, resulting in improved circulation to that area. Dilation of blood vessels means a decrease in blood pressure as well as a more relaxed state in which the body can transport blood to areas of the body. This promising finding indicates that PEMF can help the body’s ability to recover more quickly from injuries.

It does this in two main ways: It causes vasodilation of blood vessels, and it charges the red blood cells which prevents them from sticking together and forming clots.

When you are young, your body could pulse around 4 to 5 times per minute, but as you begin to age your body begins to pulse much slower. When an older adult says, “I can’t move as fast as I used to”, this is a good indication that their body is not pulsing as they should. Individuals with diabetes are only pulsing once per ten minutes, and this is a strong indicator that diabetes has dramatically impacted their circulation. Can you imagine how much better you would feel if you could get the same number of pulses that you were getting when you were a teenager?


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