Client: GOiMRS2000

Title: “The Positive Effects PEMF Has In Autistic Children”


Source: The GOiMRS2000 Blog
Word Count: 695

"autism puzzle"In our process to educate the world about the many pros of PEMFT (pulsed electromagnetic field therapy), I want to discuss the younger patients. Children and young adults are big topics within the educational process. Harmonizing electromagnetic therapy waves have many strong benefits within children. They’ve been known to allow for enhanced sleep as well as smoothing out behavior in children with ADHD (Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder). In this blog, we will discuss the positive effects of PEMFT in children.

The writers of best summarized PEMFT as: “treatment of congenital pseudarthrosis, depression, fractures, and failed fusions. PEMFT uses electrical energy to direct a series of magnetic pulses through injured tissue. Each pulse induces a tiny electrical signal that stimulates cellular repair.” — Source: My Aspergers Child

Patients who sought treatment outside of the home merged the process of PEMFT with rTMS, or repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation. (Feel free to read more in-depth here). However, PEMFT home use allows for a better environment to apply the therapy by way of pads against the body. The pads, such as the iMRS and Omnium 1, allow for a more effective intensity at an overall lower cost. (Android capability is a big plus, too!)

PEMF Effects On Autism & Aspergers

The symptoms of Autism include a shortage of normal social behaviors, sensory overload, struggles communicating and repetitive behaviors. In various studies, the PEMF therapy treated the negative conditions of autism. Mostly, the hyperactive and overload symptoms were corrected. At the same time, the PEMF treatment did not diminish the positives behind high-functioning autism.

Young adults and children suffering from symptoms of ASD, or Autism Spectrum Disorders have seen successful results. One such study revolved around a young woman who through PEMF was given both rTMS therapy and deep rTMS therapy treatments. Nine sessions of 15 minutes each revealed improvements in both “social relating and interpersonal understanding.” — Source: Well-Being Secrets

Overall, it was concluded that TMS therapies were most beneficial in targeting cortical abnormalities. For those not big on scientific terminology, “cortical” just means “the outer layer of the cerebrum.”

2014 iMRS Testimonial

Even in 2017, this testimonial is quite powerful three years later. 2014 was a profound year for PEMF research and this original testimonial speaks volumes: “I wanted to give some insight to how the iMRS and Omnium can change the life of people who have Lyme [disease and] autism (many have Lyme [disease] and do not know it)…”

A happy user of the iMRS stated her son, Matthew’s mental condition deteriorated badly at age 16. He was autistic and extremely physically aggressive toward his mother. His acts of violence consisted of choking, kicking and punching her. As you can read in the testimony’s details, he also almost killed her twice. The sad part is he was in a severe amount of pain. His doctor wanted him to take ketamine, which is a horse tranquilizer, three times a day—again, a horse tranquilizer, three times a day.

Part of the pain that young Matthew experienced was a dangerous lack of sleep. When they purchased the iMRS device, Matthew applied the mat and slept for 9.5 hours the first night. Two months later, he was free of pain and of his former doctor-prescribed medications. Most importantly, his behavior was calm. He was happy and healthy, practically a new young man. — Source: PEMF News

As part of my mission within the industry, I want more people to know about PEMF as an option for treatment. Even though the FDA is aware and approved many treatments, the industry as a whole isn’t up to speed. Thousands of people who are affected by medical conditions need to know about the benefits of PEMF, which is why I’ve started blogging on a regular basis so stay tuned for more weekly information.


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