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Frequently asked questions
NeoRhythm has been carefully designed to offer a variety of stimulation modes for best effects. At the same time, it is simple to use. You can find detailed instructions on how to use it in other sections of this website and in the User Manual that is included in the NeoRhythm package and available for download from this page.
Both. TMS is just a narrower term, a specific example of using PEMF to stimulate the brain. It is the same technology, which employs electromagnetic fields to reach the desired effect.
NeoRhythm can be classified as a medium intensity repetitive transcranial stimulation (MI rTMS) device. It generates magnetic fields with a maximum magnetic flux density of 25 G (2.5 mT), which are still considered both safe and effective. Some devices on the market use weaker magnetic fields and some stronger. NeoRhythm doesn’t require very strong magnetic fields since its power is greatly boosted by the largest and the most precise stimulation area on the market today.
The results sometimes show after a few weeks of use, so continue using your NeoRhythm for a while if you have only started. If you are still not satisfied, we offer a 60-day money-back guarantee. Contact our Support Team for more information.
People who are sensitive to magnetic field therapy may experience general adverse side effects such as (but not limited to) fatigue, an increase of pain, weakness, dizziness, fainting episodes, prickly sensations, and palpitations.
Magnetic stimulation increases blood flow and can reduce blood pressure and slow heart rate. This is generally considered as positive effects but can cause discomfort to some users – the elderly, people with broken bones, and people on blood-pressure medication and/or unstable blood pressure.
Most adverse reactions can be mitigated with a protocol adjustment – shorter and less frequent use. Consult your physician if you notice any side effects or are afraid of having them due to your medical condition.
In addition to using the device as recommended, you can also eat a diet rich in magnesium and drink enough water.
Yes. When magnetic fields reach the brain, they produce very small electrical currents. Since the brain itself uses electricity to send and receive signals to/from other parts of the body, the process is not unnatural to the body.
NeoRhythm is non-invasive and safe to use.
NeoRhythm is generally safe for use. However, people with certain medical conditions SHOULD NOT use the device:
- People with pacemakers or other electronic implants, cochlear implants or mechanical heart valves
- Women with non-MRI-safe intrauterine devices (IUDs)
- Those ones with epilepsy
- People with Graves’ disease
- People with active bleeding
- Organ transplant patients
- People under 18 years of age
- People with breast implants
We suggest consulting your healthcare professional before using NeoRhythm if you have any medical condition or any concerns regarding the use of such technology.
Safety of pulsed electromagnetic fields has not been established in pregnancy, although there is no evidence of harm. We advise AGAINST using NeoRhythm during pregnancy.
In general, it is not possible to overdose with magnetic stimulation. However, certain people are more sensitive to such therapy than others. We advise all users to follow the recommended time for each mode of stimulation.
You should not feel any pain while using NeoRhythm. Many people experience a feeling of wellness and relaxation during stimulation.
We are all different, so our bodies and minds react somewhat differently to neurostimulation. Each user should follow general instructions and adjust the use as per their needs if required.
Each stimulation mode has a recommended duration and frequency of use to maximize the effect and lower the risk for any potential side effects connected to over-sensitivity to such stimulation.