Electromagnetic therapy applies magnetic fields either static or pulsed that activate the body’s natural electromagnetic impulses to assist healing, provide pain relief and support optimal health in prevention and disease. All matter, including the human body, is composed of electromagnetic frequencies (vibrations), the universal energy. Magnetism and electricity are interconnected.

The brain works and communicates using electromagnetic frequencies that can be stimulated by internal or external forces. Interactions between the body and the electromagnetic environment occur continually, forming the biorhythms that also determine the biological clock of the body. The brain and immune system are constantly sending messages to each other via electromagnetic impulses. Both are intricately influenced by energy frequencies.

There are two different types of devices commonly used in magnetic therapy: pulsed magnets or “pulsars” that emit intermittent electromagnetic fields (EMFs) and permanent magnets that generate static fields of fixed strength and duration. Essentially, both therapies are used for treating the same ailments. There is also a new treatment device developed by a Calgary dentist, which uses very powerful direct current (DC) electromagnetic fields for treatment of disorders of the brain such as Parkinson’s disease, muscular dystrophy and stroke.

Pulsed magnets achieve fast and deep results and are especially indicated in the healing of injuries such as bone fractures. Large pulsars are used in hospitals for bone cancers, fractures, etc., and in diagnostics in various ways. Physiotherapists and sports medicine practitioners, who treat large areas of pain, injuries, bone and muscle diseases, often employ powerful pulsars to accelerate healing. In the more sophisticated of these pulsars, magnetic strengths, polarities, frequencies, pulse rates and waveforms are variable.

Modern reduction technology produced tiny but efficient electromagnetic field generators (hand-held pulsars) for personal and in-home therapies. Such small pulsars use only the lower portion of extremely low frequency (ELF) range, yet, are effective for a wide range of ailments and conditions. Small, hand-held pulsed devices include transcutaneous electronic nerve stimulators (TENS) that are mainly used in arthritis and other local pain management.

Permanent magnets generally work more slowly and gently. They are especially appropriate for long-term self-administration. Fixed magnetic therapy is usually applied for longer periods to be optimally effective. Permanent magnets come in great variety. There are acupuncture magnets, small adhesive magnets, magnetic foil and magnetic jewelry, sleeping pads, pillows and magnetic beds.

A magnetic field is generated by all of these therapies, performing essentially the same healing function. Static or permanent magnets are placed directly on the affected area for specific complaints or used periodically to energize and stimulate (i.e., improve blood flow, stimulate nerve and brain functions). When magnets are placed on the meridian points or affected areas, they elicit a brain response very similar to that of acupuncture.

Another form of magnetic treatment is drinking magnetized water or magnetized juices.

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The use of magnets for healing can be traced back as far as the ancient Egyptians, Greeks, Romans and Chinese. Pliny, a Roman naturalist, used magnets to heal eye problems, female disorders and wounds. The famous physician of antiquity, Paracelsus, used magnets for many different conditions, claiming that “…the magnet is king of all secrets.” Karl Friedrich Gauss (1777-1855), a German mathematician, astronomer and physicist, was involved in the first worldwide survey of the magnetic field of the earth in the early 1800s. He formulated the laws of terrestrial magnetism and began the mathematical theory of electromagnetism. The measure of electromagnetic energy as magnetic induction or changing magnetic flux density uses his name a gauss being the unit of magnetic intensity.

In 1865, James Maxwell, the mathematician who proved the interrelation of electricity and magnetism in his electromagnetic wave theory, patented an impulse magnetic field device for therapeutic treatment. Magnetic fields had proved to have a noticeable effect on the electrical currents within the body.

Research into magnetic therapeutics continued throughout the world. Oskar Gleichmann discovered the pulsating magnetic field for medicine. This German physician studied the uses of magnetic energy in the treatment of serious disease. He developed a pulsating electromagnetic device, the pulsar, for medical application in the late 1960s.

Hans A. Nieper’s 1981 book Conversion of Gravity Field Energy Revolution in Technology, Medicine and Society was the catalyst for the application of static magnetic fields in hospitals and patient care for a variety of conditions.

North American interest in electromagnetic medicine largely grew out of NASA’s space program. NASA recognized the importance of stimulative electromagnetic fields to biological organisms when astronauts in optimum health became ill traveling in outer space. Beyond the outermost layer of the atmosphere (ionosphere), the astronauts’ bodies were no longer immersed in the geomagnetic fields of the planet. Withdrawn from the influence of these fields, their health deteriorated (rapid bone loss, etc.), but was restored when administering artificially generated magnetic fields that emitted the necessary planetary frequencies. Magnetic field generators installed in NASA’s spacecraft alleviated health problems in orbit.

Today, magnetic therapy is well established worldwide. Japan has given official approval for the use of pulsed and permanent magnetic devices for healing. In Germany, the medical results of pulsars convinced the government health care system to officially recognize and reimburse the cost of electromagnetic treatments.

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How Can It Help Me?

For most common ailments, specific magnetic therapy results in seventy to eighty percent effectiveness. Use of electromagnetic therapy can often halve the healing time required for sprains, and bone, muscle or tendon injuries. A few days of magnetic treatment usually gives some improvement and minor problems can clear up in a few minutes.

Magnetic therapy helps relieve pain and illness, restores vitality and reduces the need for medications while simultaneously being fully compatible with all types of medications. Conditions that have been helped with magnetic therapy include headaches, back pain, blood pressure disorders, nervous tension, joint and muscular complaints, fractures, broken bones, wounds, burns, arthritis and stomach problems.

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Some hold that the therapeutic magnetic fields influence the electrolyte balance of cells. By stimulating the skin, magnetic fields act on reflexes in the skin that correspond to certain organs, similar to foot reflexology. Nerve impulses are sent to activate the function of certain organs. The body is a magnetic conductor and possesses its own biomagnetic field.

Continual flow of body fluids is essential to health. When flow is stopped, fluid accumulates in the tissues. Excess fluid can be carried away and disbursed when proper polarization of malfunctioning cells is regenerated, prompting healing. Pulsed magnets are effective because they initiate a resonance in the affected tissues, causing increased ion exchange through the cell wall.

Human nerve paths are electrochemical conductors, able to produce currents and retransmit them. Magnetic fields, from the natural magnetism of the earth or those created by a pure negative unidirectional field such as the earth has in the north hemisphere, underlie the pulsation of these currents.

Healthy cells maintain an active transport of ions, those electrically charged particles important to energy exchanges and cell metabolism. If electromagnetic energy is lacking, the cells malfunction, initiating illness. The magnetic energy from the brain and the earth is a catalyst to the chemical reactions in the cell which are necessary to run the sodium-potassium pump which charges up the cell wall so oxygen will be attracted in and carbon dioxide and other wastes will be expelled.

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