Parkinson’s’ disease and recommended frequency
Q: Parkinson’s patients may benefit from PEMF in motor coordination, but the experiments were conducted on 10 mT intensity with 25 Hz, since we are limited with Neorythm at 2.5 mT intensity, shall be going beyond 25 Hz in frequency be recommended to compensate?
There are also other studies that used much lower frequencies (5-7 Hz), or much lower intensities (in pT) where the frequencies were also very low. On the other side, some researches demonstrate a healing effect with the chronic use of high-intensity rTMS. Based on known researches, I would suggest occipital position, stimulation at 2.5 mT intensity for once to twice a day, and at a frequency of 8 Hz.
Which setting and placement is the best to stave off Alzheimer’s, Dementia, or general cognitive decline?
Frontal position in the first place. However, I would advise changing positions throughout the day. You may have three 20 minute sessions per day with first the frontal position, second with the top (of the head) position, and the third with the occipital one.
What is the best frequency to try and facilitate healing a torn rotator cuff?
It would be close to 0.1 Hz, which scientists found to significantly stimulate chondrocyte production. The intensities were similar to the NeoRhythm ones. The studies that researched the possible electromagnetic treatment of the torn rotator cuff were done mostly on animals and much higher frequencies from the ELF PEMF ones (used in NeoRhythm).
The best placement would around the shoulder with all five coils working.
Which frequency would be appropriate for giving energy and support to the function of the liver?
According to the research, the liver can be supported by using PEMF stimulation. It seems that the frequency is not so important, but I would advise the 1st Schumann’s resonance harmonic (14.3 Hz). If you notice an unpleasant sensation (which I do not expect), go to 8 Hz stimulation. I would suggest a 20-minute session twice a day and with the device above the liver.
Does NeoRhythm operate like a tDCS device, and could it help somehow with Tinnitus?
Scientific research of tDCS therapy of tinnitus demonstrated very heterogeneous therapeutic efficacy. It was more successful with accompanying troubles (depression, anxiety) than with the tinnitus itself. Unlike tDCS, PEMF is a non-invasive way of stimulating our neurophysiological processes in the head. Regarding the research results, we would suggest using the program for Theta meditation (frequency 4 Hz, 10,67). The rhythmic pulsing of the magnetic field will bring order into the area around the cochlea and the brain centers associated with hearing. Thereby, it will help the organisms to combat the irritation that causes tinnitus