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General Health Studied With PEMF Pulsed ElectroMagnetic Fields Therapy

Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF) therapy is a non-invasive treatment that uses electromagnetic fields to promote general health and well-being. While research on PEMF is still growing, it has been suggested that PEMF therapy may provide various health benefits. These include:

- Improved circulation: PEMF therapy has been shown to improve microcirculation, which is the circulation of blood in the smallest blood vessels. Better circulation can lead to improved tissue oxygenation and nutrient delivery, supporting overall health.

- Pain relief: PEMF therapy is believed to help reduce pain and inflammation by influencing the body's natural healing processes. It has been used for pain relief in conditions like arthritis, fibromyalgia, and neuropathy.

- Cellular function: PEMF therapy is thought to improve cellular function by promoting cell membrane health, increasing energy production, and enhancing the efficiency of cellular processes. This can lead to increased overall wellness.

- Bone healing and regeneration: Some studies have suggested that PEMF therapy can improve bone healing and density, making it potentially beneficial for those with osteoporosis or recovering from fractures.

- Sleep improvement: PEMF therapy has been reported to promote relaxation, which may help improve sleep quality.

- Stress reduction: PEMF therapy has been found to have a calming effect, which can help lower stress levels.

- Immune system support: PEMF therapy is believed to help modulate the immune response, potentially improving the body's ability to fight infections and heal from injuries.


  1. Markov, M. S. (2007). Expanding use of pulsed electromagnetic field therapies. Electromagnetic biology and medicine, 26(3), 257-274. This review article provides an overview of the various applications of PEMF therapies and their potential benefits for general health, including wound healing, pain relief, and the treatment of chronic inflammatory diseases.

  2. Rohde, C., Chiang, A., Adipoju, O., Casper, D., & Pilla, A. A. (2015). Effects of pulsed electromagnetic fields on interleukin-1β and postoperative pain: a double-blind, placebo-controlled, pilot study in breast reduction patients. Plastic and reconstructive surgery, 135(6), 945e-952e. This study found that PEMF therapy reduced pain and inflammation in postoperative breast reduction patients.

  3. Sutbeyaz, S. T., Sezer, N., Koseoglu, F., & Kibar, S. (2009). Low-frequency pulsed electromagnetic field therapy in fibromyalgia: a randomized, double-blind, sham-controlled clinical study. The Clinical journal of pain, 25(8), 722-728. This randomized, double-blind, sham-controlled trial found that low-frequency PEMF therapy improved pain, fatigue, and sleep disturbances in patients with fibromyalgia.

  4. Tabrah, F., Hoffmeier, M., Gilbert Jr, F., Batkin, S., & Bassett, C. A. (1990). Bone density changes in osteoporosis-prone women exposed to pulsed electromagnetic fields (PEMFs). Journal of bone and mineral research, 5(5), 437-442. This study reported that PEMF therapy may help increase bone mineral density in osteoporosis-prone women.

  5. Ganesan, K., Gengadharan, A. C., Balachandran, C., Manohar, B. M., & Puvanakrishnan, R. (2009). Low frequency pulsed electromagnetic field—a viable alternative therapy for arthritis. Indian journal of experimental biology, 47(12), 939-948. This study suggests that low-frequency PEMF therapy may provide an alternative treatment for arthritis, potentially reducing pain and inflammation.