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PEMF Therapy (pulse electromagnetic field)

Your body is composed of cells. Think of these cells as batteries; they can be charged and depleted. Healthy cells contain positive and negative magnetic charges. These magnetic charges require ion exchange to carry chemical particles such as sodium and potassium throughout the body. These elements are essential for the body to function properly. PEMF therapy treats your cells like batteries. It’s common for them to slowly be drained of energy. By the end of a day, your body and mind may feel tired and depleted. That’s where PEMF technology can help. The Infrared PEMF Mat is a non-invasive way of generating energy in your cells. This amplifies your natural energy and encourages your body to function more effectively. Also know as pulsed electromagnetic field.
The Mat has 4 Settings: Level 1- 3HZ- Delta Brain Wave This is for deep relaxation. Slows the brain down to give the body a chance to catch up, facilitate healing and regeneration of tissues. Level 1 can be useful if you are feeling anxious and want a boost back to equilibrium.
Level 2- 7.8HZ- Theta Brain Wave and the Schumann Resonance. This is the Earths natural frequency. When youre feeling disconnected or overstimulated from computer or cell phone usage. Use level 2 to recharge and reconnect.
Level 3- 10HZ- Alpha Brain Waves Alpha is present during meditation. Use Level 3 to promote mindfulness and open-mindedness, as well as reduce the physical effects of stress and increase tissue regeneration.
Level 4- 23HZ- Beta Brain Waves Beta is present during waking hours and when we are most alert. By using Level 4, Beta waves are stimulated and promote improved mental function, increased concentration and improved memory. This is especially helpful if you find yourself hitting a mid-day slump or feel sluggish. Hit the Mat for an instant recharge.

Other Therapies that Compliment PEMF

Benefits of PEMF Therapy
  • Boost mood, decrease stress, fight chronic pain, increase energy.

    20 min

    20 US dollars
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