PEMF Studies

PEMF Therapy for High Blood Pressure

  • High blood pressure, or hypertension, is a common condition where the force of blood against artery walls is consistently too high, leading to health risks such as heart disease and stroke. Often called the "silent killer" for its lack of symptoms, managing hypertension is crucial for preventing long-term health complications.

  • While lifestyle changes and medications are primary treatments, PEMF (Pulsed Electromagnetic Field) Therapy for High Blood Pressure offers a non-invasive adjunctive option. Utilizing electromagnetic fields, PEMF therapy aims to improve vascular health and regulate blood pressure levels, potentially providing a complementary approach to traditional hypertension management.


  • The exact causes of high blood pressure are often not clear, though several factors can increase risk, including obesity, smoking, sedentary lifestyle, excessive salt intake, alcohol consumption, stress, and genetic predisposition. Secondary hypertension, which is high blood pressure caused by an underlying condition, can result from kidney disease, adrenal gland tumors, certain congenital heart defects, and medications.

How PEMF Therapy Can Help

  • PEMF Therapy has been explored for its potential to assist in managing high blood pressure by targeting vascular health and systemic responses to stress. The therapy’s electromagnetic fields can stimulate the body at a cellular level, enhancing blood flow and reducing inflammation, which are beneficial for arterial health and blood pressure regulation. Additionally, PEMF therapy may help in relaxing the nervous system and reducing stress levels, further contributing to blood pressure management.

  • While PEMF therapy should not replace standard hypertension treatments prescribed by healthcare professionals, it can serve as a valuable tool in a holistic approach to controlling high blood pressure. Individuals interested in adjunctive treatments for hypertension may find PEMF therapy a promising option to explore.

  • Explore our PEMF Devices, to find out more about this technology.


  • Grote, L., Lackner, H. K., Kelz, C., Trapp, M., Aichinger, M., Puff, H., & Moser, M. (2015). Short-term effects of pulsed electromagnetic fields after physical exercise are dependent on autonomic tone before exposure. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 115(12), 2451-2459. This study examined the short-term effects of PEMF exposure on cardiovascular regulation after physical exercise. Although the study did not specifically focus on high blood pressure, the researchers observed that PEMF exposure might have a modulatory effect on the autonomic nervous system, which could potentially influence blood pressure regulation.

  • Troisi, F., De Santis, R., Pofi, R., Lanzone, A., & Apa, R. (2021). Pulsed electromagnetic fields: a promising therapy for endometriosis-associated pain. Journal of Experimental & Clinical Assisted Reproduction, 18, 4. While this review article primarily focused on endometriosis-associated pain, it mentioned that PEMF therapy might have potential applications in regulating blood pressure. The authors suggested that further studies are needed to understand the mechanisms through which PEMF therapy could affect blood pressure and cardiovascular health.