Title: “PEMF Treatment vs. Seasonal Allergies And Sinusitis Issues”
Source: The GOiMRS2000 Blog
Word Count: 853
Pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) therapy can treat a myriad of health conditions and diseases, most of which are major health problems. A few of those conditions that never seem to leave any top 10 list are, in no order, fibromyalgia, osteoporosis, arthritis, sleep apnea, high cholesterol, diabetes, hyperthyroidism, Raynaud’s Disease, headaches, and dozens more. Whether you have one or none of these diseases, you may assume, and correctly, that these are big health problems. What about the everyday smaller issues such as common colds, the flu, seasonal allergies or sinus infections? Well, I have good news for anyone who suffers from seasonal allergies and/or sinusitis! PEMF therapy can provide quite a few positive effects on these two conditions. Let’s explore how it can work in your favor whether your head feels tight or you can’t stop sneezing.
The Case For Seasonal Allergies
An allergy is nothing more than an adverse reaction within our body that is triggered by something specific. For someone who is allergic to penicillin, that means after accidentally given penicillin injection, for example, your body would undergo a reaction (such as a skin rash or a change in blood pressure) as a result. Pollen affects “an estimated 25 million Americans. Airborne pollen is the most common cause of seasonal allergies, also known as hay fever or allergic rhinitis,” says Dr. Mercola.
The actual cause of allergies lies within our immune system. For anyone unsure of the immune system, it is our body’s primary line of defense against invaders such as viruses, bacteria and other microbes. Over 75% of our immune system resides in our gut. This is why diet is such an important part of health because a strong and balanced diet improves and enhances your immune system. Even still, invaders like pollen, bees or other allergens make their way into our system.
PEMF therapy can be applied in order to ease your congestion issues and circulation issues. Once you can breathe better, you’ll be able to bring more oxygen to your brain. Just as important as water is to human life, oxygen provides our bodies, specifically our blood, with the ability to fuel all our cells and all our living processes. Additionally, circulation moves both the oxygenated and deoxygenated blood through our circulatory system so we are operating at the healthiest levels.
The Case For Sinusitis
Upon learning some facts, it’s important to share those with my readers. “The CDC has reported that nearly 29.4 million individuals have been diagnosed with sinusitis in the United States.” — Source: PEMF Therapy Education. Sinusitis is caused by bacteria clogging your sinuses. Inflammation occurs and spreads as a result of that bacteria. Not many people know that untreated infections, such as sinus infections, can spread to the brain. That’s the last thing you want.
Just like with allergies, PEMF therapy can be used to break up sinus congestion and reduce inflammation issues. Once you’re able to breathe more clearly, you will most likely feel more awake and refreshed. This is caused by an intake of nitric oxide.
Treatments And True Benefits of PEMF
When it comes to treatment, it can be as easy as scheduling out treatments on your calendar. Be sure you are using a properly made full-body mat and that the coils are designed the right way. (For clarification, please jump to the bottom of my blog where I break down the difference). When it comes to allergies and sinusitis, I advise starting small and working up to the maximum of these weekly applications:
- Allergy – 3 times a week,
- Allergy (pollen) – 2 times a week,
- Inflammation – 3 times a week, and
- Sinusitis – if necessary, 3 times a week.
Every year, allergies and sinus attacks come our way. We can suffer through it or purchase medication to curb our attacks. It’s smart to weigh your options whether you’re looking at treatment short-term or long-term. Consider purchasing an iMRS device to use year-round from the comfort of your own home. It comes with your own personal iMRS consultant available to answer questions regarding intensities and frequencies. Without an iMRS device, you would be limited to doctor’s office visits or, in most cases, pharmacy visits for over-the-counter medications like Claritin.
The Proper PEMF Mat
Make sure to get a full body mat with paired conducting coils for your upper, middle and lower body with a decreasing magnetic flux from head to your feet. Simply put, you want 3 pairs of coils, for the head/neck, hips/torso and legs/feet and one coil for each side of the body. The coils toward the upper body should have a lower intensity (lower intensity = lower magnetic flux = smaller number of turns in the coil) and the coils toward the feet should have a greater intensity (magnetic flux). This is very important because the legs and feet can handle a much higher intensity than your head and neck (most sensitive areas).
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