PEMF and Parkinson’s

PEMF Parkison's Disease

Those who suffer from Parkinson’s, or has treated a Parkinson’s patient knows how frustrating it can be. Therefore, the frustration comes from Parkinson’s disease’s various symptoms. From the loss of motor skills and balance issues to brain capacity decline and fatigue. 

Cognitive decline alone makes it difficult to focus at work or at home. Basic tasks are difficult to do. Can you imagine struggling to do something simple like putting on a pair of shoes? Many people who have Parkinson’s get so frustrated by insomnia or stress. They turn to medications with harmful side effects or invasive treatments that may not work. 

Firstly, people with Parkinson’s Disease begin to have issues with main brain functions. They have problems to explain what they’re suffering from. It is difficult to express the pain and symptoms with those who might not understand. Even medical professionals have difficulty helping people with Parkinson’s because of how degenerative this disease is and how it affects every individual differently. 

What’s worse is, medical professionals such as physicians, therapists, or nurses often feel frustrated and helpless.  In other words, patients need to undergo different treatments with Parkinson’s disease. Because every individual case is different. Each person’s Parkinson’s journey is unique. When all else fails, where else can people with Parkinson’s turn to for help?

PEMF Technology For Parkinson’s Disease

PEMF has always been a scientifically proven technology for many medical conditions. But can it be an alternative treatment for Parkinson’s Disease? 

It is not wrong that Parkinson’s patients would want to seek alternate treatment with no side effects. The side effects of Parkinson’s medications can be harsh and also affect one’s quality of life. Also, some of the symptoms of Parkinson’s medications include nausea, vomiting, and low blood pressure. The anxiety can cause physiological symptoms too. Anxiety causes dizziness, insomnia, and other uncomfortable symptoms. 

Secondly, think about how Parkinson’s Disease affects the body. The disease is causing degenerative nerve cells over time. As they degenerate, disease patients notice slower movement, stiff muscles, and difficulty walking. If the degeneration of cells causes all of this? Is there anything that could regenerate them? Now think of how PEMF therapy works. 

PEMF therapy, otherwise known as pulsed electromagnetic field therapy, can regenerate. That means the magnetic fields stimulate the nerve cells through a process called TMS.  It happens due to the degeneration of nerve cells, right? Well, TMS does the opposite of those nerve cells. 

In the conclusion, NeoRhythm utilizes this PEMF technology. Also, it may be of benefit as an “addition” to anyone who has Parkinson’s. PEMF is not invasive and maybe a possible way to decrease the symptoms of Parkinson’s. You can try it for 60 days and see the results for yourself.

If you’re interested in learning more about NeoRhythm click here.


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