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Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF) Therapy

Had you slept on the wrong side of the bed? Sleep recharges your body and improves its performance and productivity. Lack of sleep keeps you cranky and agitated.

Insufficient sleep is the reason for mental, physical, and chemical imbalances in the body. In the US, the situation is alarming. 1 in 5 American adult population suffers from sleep disturbances. 7 to 8-hour sleep arms you for the challenges of the day ahead.

If you are sleep-deprived and do not want to rely on medication, PEMF is the right remedy for you. The therapy works at various levels.

How? Have a look below.

Signs of Poor Sleep

 Not only sleepless nights are difficult to endure but can trigger serious health risks like:

●        Weak cognitive response and judgment

●        Poor cell regeneration

●        Fast aging

●        Loss of memory 

●        Disturbed sexual desire

Brainwave Entrainment 

To answer this, you need to understand a phenomenon called brainwave entrainment. It is a technique used for stimulating the brain to enter a specific state through a pulsing electromagnetic field, sound, or light.

The pulses help to evoke a frequency following response in the brain so that brain waves can align to a given rhythm or frequency. In simple words, brainwave entrainment pushes the brain into a specific state.

Usually, the method is used to elicit relaxing states like trance, focus, sleep, and meditation.

PEMF and Brainwave Entrainment 

The above description shows a clear link between pulsed field therapy and brainwave entrainment. The low-frequency waves can efficiently reboot the brain to re-create a deep sleep pattern in the brain.

There is a broad spectrum of sleep disorders with overlapping symptoms that are difficult to discriminate. That’s why medication fails to address the real issue.

In such conditions, alternative therapies have proved more effective.

For instance, pulsed-field electromagnetic therapy influences your body electrically, magnetically, and chemically to yield far-reaching benefits. 

Why does PEMF get well with brain waves?

These waves are electromagnetic. Their frequencies are measured in Hertz.

Your brain works on a pattern of different frequencies during an entire day.

Your brain functions well when following that pattern. For example 

1.      Alpha Frequency: 8-14 Hz when you wake up and go to sleep at night.

2.      Beta Frequency: 14-30 Hz when you are fully alert and mentally active

3.      Theta Frequency: 4-8 Hz early stage of sleep or when you are about to wake up

4.      Delta Frequency: 0.5-4 Hz deep sleep when regeneration takes place, non-rapid eye movement

PEMF Devices for Sleep Disorders

PEMF targets and corrects brain waves that cause sleep disturbances. The obvious outcome is maintaining the desired sleep rhythms. It takes the brain to the delta frequency range to ensure healing, recovery, and regeneration.

The devices do not cure a particular sleep disorder but pave the path for your collective sleep health. Furthermore, the devices do not yield adverse reactions.

To ensure safety, consult your physician. For an efficient sleep program, you can choose a whole-body mat or pad. Usually, the pad is placed under the pillow.

The duration of the application could be 15 to 20 minutes before sleep or overnight as per your physician’s advice.

For more information about picking the right device, visit, the provider of a range of good-quality devices.

PEMF Therapy for Insomnia

Insomnia is the first name that comes to mind when talking about sleep disorders. People with insomnia also complain of interrupted sleep, nightmares, and sleep latency.

For insomnia, PEMF is the most effective solution.

It optimizes the neural activity in the brain to secure deep restorative sleep and cellular regeneration with an anti-aging impact.  

Mental Depression

Depression is a significant reason for sleep disorders. Pulsed-field therapy positively influences neuron activity. Thus, it has great potential to reverse the damages caused by depression and stress (both emotional and physical).

It enhances blood circulation to relax the mind and improves sleep quality. It has a magical impact on muscle relaxation and various other body mechanisms.

The electromagnetic devices exhibit Schumann and geomagnetic frequency.

These stimulate melatonin production in the pineal gland. It is an anti-aging and sleep hormone. 

Moreover, the therapy could also increase the production of Human Growth Hormone HGH in the pituitary gland. HGH is also good for sleep and anti-aging. 

Final Thought

Many patients report that pulsed field therapy remarkably proved successful for their sleep management. It addresses the issue from the basic level.

It synchronizes brain waves to achieve the desired sleep cycle and to improve the body’s overall condition and performance.

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