PEMF for Natural Immune Support

As  COVID-19 impacts the world, we are all making overwhelming sacrifices and significant changes to our daily lives. This added turmoil can cause a tremendous amount of stress and worry. Prolonged anxiety can actually wear us down and negatively impact our immunity,   

Rather than letting the additional stress tear us down, consider taking some positive steps to boost your health and well-being. These steps can include a number of proactive measures like eating healthy, drinking sufficient quality water, exercising, sleeping, and even pulsing. 

Pulse Centers PEMF systems may also serve as a component in your wellness regimen.  In a recent study, Pulse PEMF had positive effects on mouse macrophages of the innate immune system.  These effects even lasted 2 weeks after the final pulsing session. The study showed that PEMF-treated macrophages downregulated inflammatory cytokines (intracellular signaling molecules) and upregulated an anti-inflammatory cytokine. These positive effects may enhance the body’s natural restorative mechanisms to possibly clear infections and tissue damage, dissipate inflammation, and promote healing.  By helping macrophages do their job (fighting infection) better, PEMF could be a great way to support your natural immune system.

Now, more than ever is a great opportunity to take your pulse routine to the next level.

We specifically recommend pulsing in the vicinity of two key organs, your thymus, and spleen.  

The thymus is sometimes referred to as the immune system gland, because it is here where progenitor cells that turn into t-cells are produced.  These cells help fight infection and destroy harmful invaders like viruses or bacteria that have invaded the body.

The spleen is also essential to the function of the immune system.  According to the online Merck Manual, “It filters the blood, removing and destroying bacteria and other infectious organisms in the bloodstream. It also produces antibodies (immunoglobulins).”  These functions help by cleaning the blood and protecting the body against infections and toxins. 

Here are some positions we recommend to support general health and immunity.

1) Begin with a whole-body Pulsing accessory using either the Total Body Bed or Chair Pad.   

Time: 20 min  

XL Pro: Pulses Per Second/PPS: 2.5-7.8    

Magnetic Field Strength/MFS: set at user’s tolerance level

X and X1:  Set MFS/PPS to user comfort. If the user is relatively healthy and does not have an acute injury or has had recent surgery, you can turn the MFS/PPS setting to the user’s highest tolerance level. 

Use the Stacked Paddles or Square Pad on the chest to support the thymus, lung, spleen, liver, vagus nerve and heart. 

Time: 30 minutes    

XL Pro:  Pulses Per Second/PPS: 2.5 – 7.8    

Magnetic Field Strength/MFS: set at user’s tolerance level

X and X1: Set MFS/PPS to user comfort. If the user is relatively healthy and does not have an acute injury or has had recent surgery, you can turn the MFS/PPS setting to the user’s highest tolerance level. 

End the session using low intensity on either the Total Body Bed or the Chair Pad. 

Time: 10-20 minutes    

XL Pro: Pulses Per Second/PPS: 1.0 – 2.0  

Magnetic Field Strength/MFS: 25% or less 

X and X1:  Set MFS/PPS to user comfort. If the user is relatively healthy and does not have an acute injury or has had recent surgery, you can turn the MFS/PPS setting to the user’s highest tolerance level. 

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