As more press reaches the public, the stronger the case of PEMFT (or Pulsed ElectroMagnetic Field Therapy) becomes for a variety of health conditions. Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy is not as common as Ibuprofen is for headaches, yet it still treats far worse conditions than headaches and the common cold. The power of electromagnetism can treat back pain, fibromyalgia, osteoporosis, osteoarthritis, sleep disorders and seizures among many, many others. When the issue of cancer arises, it too falls on the list of treatable health conditions.

Understanding The Basics of Cancer

Treatment of cancer is not a one-size fits all approach. Different people with different body chemistries react different to various forms of cancer. The more I hear about cancer, the more it seems to be a process of finding what best works with your body to fight the type of cancer you have. Of course, this comes with many doctor consultations. One of those treatments needs to be an alternative approach to the many existing, harsh treatments with awful side effects.

It’s no surprise that cancer exists and develops in acidic environments. Inside the body, those environments are high in acid, radicals and chemicals, but low in oxygen. When cancer cells come into contact with oxygen, their growth is inhibited. Excessive oxygen prevents the cancer cells from multiplying and growing their own blood vessels. Just like ordinary healthy cells have blood vessels, cancerous cells grow the same way by feeding off the body’s nutrients. Growing blood vessels allows the cells to expand, but excessive oxygen protects those toxic cells from growing.

PEMF As An Additional Cancer Treatment

Quite honestly, pulsed electromagnetic field therapy can be used in addition to existing cancer treatment or on its own. Because of its non-invasiveness compared to other cancer treatments, PEMF therapy can attack the cancerous cells without affecting the normal healthy cells. Depending on the type of cancer in question, there are various treatments available. Chemotherapy, radiation, and steroids are three examples of cancer treatment off the top of my mind. Introducing pulsed electromagnetic field therapy has the potential to compliment those traditional and more popular treatment types. Keep in mind, not everything that is popular is right for you or whomever is battling cancer.

The Simplified Science Behind PEMFT

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Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy works on a low frequency wavelength. To compare, the dangerous types of waves operate in the higher frequency ranges. Therefore, there’s no need to worry about dangers because these devices let you control the frequency and duration. (Learn more about frequency, wavelengths and intensity here). Because the electromagnetic waves are pulsed, they create a short, but strong electric field around each cell. The mitochondria in each cell is where the treatment process starts. | Source: Dr. Sircus

Biology4kids.com wrote a very simple and understandable definition of the mitochondria: “Mitochondria are known as the powerhouses of the cell. They are organelles that act like a digestive system which takes in nutrients, breaks them down, and creates energy rich molecules for the cell. The biochemical processes of the cell are known as cellular respiration. Many of the reactions involved in cellular respiration happen in the mitochondria. Mitochondria are the working organelles that keep the cell full of energy.” | Source: Biology4Kids.com

When that electric field exists around each cell, the mitochondria absorb the energy and produce ATP (adenosine triphosphate) also known as raw renergy, which brings more oxygen through the body. Let’s back up because the very, very high level process was just answered. PEMF therapy creates waves. Your body’s cells lurch onto the waves for energy. Cells create energy and bring oxygen to the body. Oxygen diminishes and in some cases prevents growth of cancer cells.

Even Without Cancer

Even for those without cancer in their bodies, PEMF can increase blood flow and blood viscosity (the thickness of your blood). Without proper blood flow and thickness, less oxygen will be traveling through your body. Without cancer, less oxygen means that the risk of developing cancer could be increased. With cancer, less oxygen flowing through your body means the existing cancer cells have the power to grow and spread.

In Summary

We want to say very directly to check with your doctor before incorporating PEMF therapy into your existing treatment routine. GOiMRS2000 is here to answer your questions about bringing PEMF therapy into your daily routine to improve health and treat cancer. Peace of mind is everything and it is possible that multiple treatment types could speed up the process in a healthier way.

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