Performing Breakthrough Research to find the optimal frequencies to enhance PEMF devices | by OmniPemf

PEMF research NeoRhythm

How better off would you be if you could instantly fall asleep and stay asleep? How beneficial would it be if you could maximize your attention and achieve laser-like focus? We attempt to answer these two questions with our ongoing PEMF research. Out of many PEMF studies, this one is something special.

It may sound ambitious at first. But looking back at some reviews of our 7000+ users who used NeoRhythm, we are humbled to say that NeoRhythm wearers enjoyed the positive benefits of PEMF. Today, we are ever-more determined to improve our little but powerful PEMF device.

You are welcome to take part in our research if you’re a NeoRhythm user. If you’re not, you can still participate by entering your email address and get a chance to win a NeoRhythm 🎁.

What’s PEMF?

PEMF stands for Pulsed Electro-Magnetic Field. PEMF devices use electromagnetic fields in different ways to achieve the desired results. The brain operates in “waves” when relaxing, performing a rigorous activity, or concentrating. So, PEMF can influence the brain in a positive way to match the desired state.

Click here to learn more about how NeoRhythm uses PEMF.

PEMF is a tested and tried approach by many doctors in different fields. It’s FDA-approved. Thanks to its growing popularity in the last decade, patients can seek refuge in a non-invasive treatment.

There have been many PEMF studies. Starting from anxiety to insomnia, all the way to sleep apnea and migraines, PEMF therapy studies have shown promising results of relieving many symptoms.

There are many PEMF devices with varying features on the market. Some require prescriptions, and the presence of medical professions, others are free to use at home.

Why is PEMF research so important?

“No research is ever quite complete. It is the glory of a good bit of work that it opens the way for something still better, and this repeatedly leads to its own eclipse.” – Mervin Gordon

There is always room for improvement.

There are frequencies and certain harmonies that the brain responds to better than others. It is like finding the right combination to unlock a massive box filled with treasures. Except here, the gems are about knowing which frequencies and circumstances most influence the brain’s behaviors.

It’s essential to maximize the benefits of PEMF therapy.

What are the goals of the PEMF research?

The current research we’re undertaking is about finding the utmost Relaxation and Attention program.

We are basing our research on a substantial sample that consists of 7000 users. We’re determined to find out out the following:

  • How different circumstances influence NeoRhythm’s effect
  • The most efficient frequency for the desired state
  • What the long-term impact looks like

The ultimate goal is to optimize the frequencies, intensity, and device positioning.

What does NeoRhythm’s PEMF research look like?

The research is led by Beverly Rubik, Ph.D., Igor Jerman, Ph.D., and BION Institute (research laboratory).

NeoRhythm’s PEMF research process involves 3 crucial steps:

  1. The Follow-up research

It involves a questionnaire about the wakefulness and relaxation of OmniPemf’s programs.

2. The Preliminary research and evaluation

It also involves a unique questionnaire about OmniPemf’s sleep supporting program.

3. The Systematic and on clinical research

It involves investigating conditions and the effects of various PEMF stimulation programs on various sleep disturbances.

You can be part of our PEMF research and win a NeoRhythm.

Join the research by simply entering your email below and get a chance to win a NeoRhythm!

If you’re a research organization, please reach out to [email protected]

3 thoughts on “Performing Breakthrough Research to find the optimal frequencies to enhance PEMF devices | by OmniPemf

  1. Zandra Gelburd says:

    I have sleep problems – waking up many times each and taking 2 -3 hours to fall back to sleep. Have taken pemf sessions with a practitioner. Felt sleepy and had uncontrollable yawns on my way home but still could not sleep at night.

  2. Zandra says:

    I have sleep problems – waking up many times each and taking 2 -3 hours to fall back to sleep. Have taken pemf sessions with a practitioner. Felt sleepy and had uncontrollable yawns on my way home but still could not sleep at night.

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