PEMF The future of Medicine?
The Russian-American space race presented great medical challenges to both countries...
The Russian-American space race presented great medical challenges to both countries. This became especially acute once cosmonauts started to use the Mir Space Station. After 16 months in space, Soviet Cosmonauts returned with up to 80% of their bone density lost from being out of the earth's magnetic field, supplemented only by the weaker magnetic field from the sun. So space programme scientists devised systems to create an artificial magnetic field inside the space capsules. Various forms of this technology were developed for clinical and at-home use, and they soon established a reputation for effectiveness with a wide range of conditions. It has been experimentally proven that all organisms receive cues from the local EM environment which regulate their metabolic activities. Recent studies of epigenesis suggest that genetic expression is influenced by EMFs, and that the evolution of all organisms has been guided to a certain extent by local EMFs. In this way, organisms may be considered as an expression of the environment. This is far different from many current notions (cultural, medical, and scientific) that organisms are not linked to the environment and therefore one could hope to correct a dysfunction by altering a single component (molecule, cell, organ) and expect normalization. The model which can be suggested here is that of electromagnetically incorporating an organism into its environment. This can be accomplished by any device that can modify the EM state of an organism (naturally, the majority of concern is on humans) on a general level so that a good balance of adaptability and integrity with the environment can be restored. How It Works PEMF - a health solution from Space In the 1960's, the first astronauts returned from even short trips into Space with fatigue, depression, bone loss, and other symptoms. Scientists soon realised that the cause was traveling outside Earth's magnetic field, and later experiments showed even worse effects from total insulation from this energy. Their solution was to re-create it in Space using Pulsed Magnetic Field (PEMF) technology. They found that they could re-energise cells, reduce inflammation, protect against bone loss, and boost the circulatory and immune systems, and soon their discoveries were being adapted for use by the rest of us. Our changing Earth and electrical environment Meanwhile, the strength of this vital energy has been falling -- the British Geological Survey says "We know from studies of the magnetisation of minerals in ancient clay pots that the Earth's magnetic field was approximately twice as strong in Roman times as it is now." The U.S. Geoloogical Survey has made similar statements. Other scientists point out that, having evolved for millenia in Earth's magnetic field, our bodies have had less than two generations to adapt to man-made electrical fields (EMF's), and less than 20 years to adapt to an explosion of man-made communication signals. We now live in a smog of different signal frequencies and intensities: from inside the house we have mobile phones, cordless phones, wireless broadband and game controllers, computers and household appliances. From outside there are our neighbours' wi-fi and cordless phones, power lines, mobile phone masts and myriad satellite transmissions. We have wi-fi zones in cafes, schools and many city centres, and EMF radiation in the average workplace can be even higher, with some occupations being particularly exposed (airline pilots and cabin crews, policemen, financial traders, medical staff..) High emf fields have been found in a number of leading car models, especially some of the more expensive ones. And increasing numbers of people are driving electric-powered vehicles which produce even higher fields. One small example of the biological effects of these fields is a November 2011 study by Eastern Virginia Medical School -- it found that human sperm stored below a Wi-Fi-enabled laptop computer for just four hours showed significant levels of impaired function and DNA damage. Unless you live in a very remote region, you're surrounded by this background radiation 24 hours a day, and insulated from Earth's natural field by the way modern houses are constructed. It just seems common sense to assume that a dense jumble of powerful, man-made energy signals would interfere with how our cells absorb a much weaker, natural source of energy - an energy found to underpin all the electrical and chemical processes in our bodies. Whether or not you accept the claimed link between mobile phones (the World Health Organisation warned of possible brain cancer risk in May 2011), EMF smog and the state of our health, it's hard to argue with the world's top Space scientists and the world's top geologists when they talk about Earth's magnetic field, its biological effects, and its declining strength. Hard to argue, yet some vested interests have dismissed the available research and funded their own "independent" studies. With waves of so-called "lifestyle diseases" washing through the developed world, carrying enormous implications for the affordability of health care systems, it seems that governments may be starting to wake up. Here is a May 6 text from an oversight committee in the Council of Europe. The EMF fields we've created are here to stay, and they are steadily increasing, every year, in their range of frequencies, and intensity. The only question is: what's a good antidote? Pulsed magnetism offers a solution Space scientists gave astronauts a technology that is now available to all of us. It means we can immerse ourselves in the same kind of energy and frequencies that we used to get from direct contact with the Earth, but at levels not seen for centuries. Static magnets (such as magnetic bracelets) have been used in healing for thousands of years, in many civilisations. Many people with arthritis will affirm that they still have value. But they can't compete with the fluctuating frequencies used in the best PEMF devices. Hundreds of research studies have shown that these pulsed fields can help dramatically with pain and illness, improve our sleep and energy levels, and help us live more vibrant, healthy lives. For little more than the cost of a family holiday, you can acquire a technology capable of transforming the energy levels, and more, of every family member. Anti Aging hGH Human Growth Hormone, or hGH, has a powerful effect in slowing down aging. It helps skin quality, muscle growth, sex drive, and flexibility. Some people, especially sportsmen, have expensive hGH injections. PEMF offers a natural alternative by: 1) stimulating deep, healthy sleep (during which hGH output peaks), and 2) increasing production in the liver of growth hormone co-factors, especially IGF-2 which is thought to boost the availability and effects of hGH itself. Skin Leading causes of skin damage and wrinkles include stress, sleep loss, acidity, toxic skin products, sluggish lymphatic and eliminatory systems, too much sun, declining hormone levels, insufficient oxygen to the dermis, and reduced collagen production. PEMF has answers to most of these issues, but it's worth remembering that the skin is often the slowest of all body systems to respond to therapy. The trick is to use a number of synergistic factors: PEMF, an alkalising diet, good hydration, etc. Bone Strength Loss of bone density is common as we age, and can cause various problems, from fractures to back pain. It is very well documented that PEMF can stimulate osteoblast, chondrocyte and Type 1 collagen cells responsible for building mature bone tissue, and their balance with osteoclasts (which prevent the formation of too much bone). So one of PEMF's most obvious uses is strengthening and repairing bones, including non-union fractures and following surgery. Get your leg plastered, then apply PEMF. Mobility Keeping flexible and mobile is a key factor in the longevity, independence and well being of most people as they age. Creaky joints affect most of us by our sixties, and often much ealier, so it's wise to start early, before major damage has been done. Even if you don't catch it early, PEMF has helped to rehabilitate many who had given up on having enough energy and mobility to walk unaided.
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