Hepatitis Studied With PEMF Pulsed ElectroMagnetic Fields Therapy
What if there was a non-invasive way to heal inflammation of the liver?
Although many conventional therapies have failed in this area, PEMF therapy has been shown to heal inflammation overall.
This includes the liver, especially as it pertains to viral hepatitis.
Today, this article will discuss how the virus may occur, and what causes the inflammation at the onset. It will be evident how powerful this therapy can be as it begins to heal inflammation of the liver.
HEAL INFLAMMATION OF THE LIVER WITH PEMF THERAPY
The liver is complex in nature, but inflammation of the liver is easy to explain once you understand its role in your overall health. Every medication you ingest, and every supplement you ingest will pass through your liver. The primary function of your liver is to detoxify chemicals and metabolize medications.
This is why inflammation may so easily occur in your liver if you abuse drugs, alcohol, or if you obtain a virus. The one powerhouse organ that stores vitamins and minerals can malfunction when a virus strikes. This is the case when viral hepatitis is lurking.
The liver is rather large, and it is estimated to weigh about 3 pounds or so. When inflammation affects your liver, you may experience pain in the upper right side of your abdomen. Pain and nausea may occur as the liver begins to swell. The ability to heal inflammation of the liver is a powerful ability to have. This is especially true when antiviral therapies have failed.
THOSE WHO SUFFER FROM SEVERE HEPATITIS ARE SUFFERING FROM INFLAMMATION OF THE LIVER.
There are many forms of hepatitis, but all forms of this virus impact the liver. Chronic viruses, alcoholism, and drug abuse can all impact your liver as well. This is why it is vital that you find ways to begin the process of healing. PEMF therapy is one such way that you can begin to heal inflammation of the liver.
Antiviral therapies are able to stop a virus from growing, but viruses still lay dormant in your tissues. Excessive use of pain medication may also cause inflammation of the liver.
HOW DOES THIS WORK?
Inflammation is the normal response your body has to a problem. However, in the case of an inflamed liver, scarring may occur. At this point, we have gone from an inflamed liver to cirrhosis of the liver. Scar tissue cells cannot function the same as regular, healthy cells.
Scar tissue can prevent healthy liver function. It is for this reason that using PEMF therapy from the onset will yield a better result. Using PEMFs to “heal inflammation of the liver” can be beneficial to prevent scar tissue. Once the scar tissue begins to form it will impair liver function.
The same is also true of your lungs when scarring begins to occur after pneumonia or another disease has been present on a chronic basis. One of the primary benefits of PEMF therapy is to reduce inflammation. When a diagnosis is given of any form of hepatitis, it is imperative that you begin using a PEMF device as quickly as possible.
Ji, X. H., Fan, H. X., Zhang, K., Cheng, W., Wang, L., & Guo, X. Q. (2012). [Preliminary study on therapeutic effects of the pulsed electromagnetic field on liver injury]. Zhejiang Da Xue Xue Bao Yi Xue Ban, 41(5), 515-519. This study, conducted on rats, suggested that PEMF therapy may help alleviate liver injury and inflammation by reducing oxidative stress and improving antioxidant defense systems. However, it is essential to note that this study was performed on animals, and its results may not directly translate to humans.
Olyaei, G. R., Mahmoodinia Maymand, M., & Rasouli, J. (2020). Protective effects of Pulsed Electromagnetic Field on liver function and structure in cyclophosphamide-treated rats. Research Journal of Pharmacy and Technology, 13(3), 1343-1348. In this study, rats exposed to the chemotherapy agent cyclophosphamide were treated with PEMF therapy to investigate its potential protective effects on liver function and structure. The results indicated that PEMF therapy had a protective effect on the liver against cyclophosphamide-induced damage by reducing liver inflammation and oxidative stress.