PEMF therapy for Migraine & Headache disorders
Migraines are the 3rd most common health condition in the world and millions of people around the world suffer from it. Migraine is a highly prevalent disease, and it is a very delicate field. Lack of sleep, as well as too much sleep, can trigger migraines. Stress, on the other hand, is one of the most common causes.
How does PEMF therapy help?
Several studies have been conducted on the benefits of PEMF therapy for migraine treatment.
Pulse Electromagnetic Field therapy can be applied in the same way as its cousin TMS (transcranial magnetic stimulation). TMS is nothing but a focused high-intensity PEMFs applied to areas of the brain. Just as TMS, PEMF therapy can reduce the frequency and severity of migraines.
PEMF use is much more convenient and definitely a more affordable long-term option. Compared to TMS, there are many more benefits of using PEMF therapy, much beyond the scope of this article.
You may apply PEMF therapy in your daily routine and it is a viable way to treat the problem and not the symptoms.
1) PEMF therapy increases endorphins, serotonin, and other hormones help to relieve pain.
2) PEMF therapy reduces and temporarily interrupts the pain signal. Less signal equals less pain.
3) PEMF therapy actually heals the problem. PEMF actually heals and regenerates the tissue so the pain really goes away.
How can YOU apply the PEMF therapy?
You can easily apply the PEMF therapy from the comfort of your own home. With NeoRhythm you can reduce the frequency of migraines and reduce the pain. NeoRhythm’s pain management setting may help you living well with your chronic pain.
NeoRhythm produces low-frequency electromagnetic waves which allow the muscles, nerves, and blood vessels to relax. The relaxation of the body reduces the frequency of migraines and provides relief.
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Find out more about PEMF: Principle of Pulse Electromagnetic Field Therapy (PEMF)
Dr.Pawluk on Pain Managment with PEMFS: https://www.drpawluk.com/blog/pain-management-pemfs/