How It Works

Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields (PEMF) is said to allow the body achieve a natural state of wellness. MagnaWave machines have a unique electrical current that runs through a copper coil that creates a pulsing magnetic field. These are known as PEMFs. Research about PEMF has been ongoing since the 1940s. Scientists have published thousands of studies, clinical trials and research articles on the topic.

Using PEMF is said to stimulate cell metabolism, increase oxygenation, and reduce inflammation. This action can cause a chain of processes in the body that could lead to improvement of health without adverse side effects.

A pulsating magnetic field is said to have a positive influence on many disease processes. By displacing ions, pulsating magnetic fields could lead to normalization of the membrane potential.

The Body and Magnetic Communication

Every organ in our body produces it’s own bio-electromagnetic field. Using PEMF is a way to enhance those energy fields to improve cellular functioning. MagnaWave delivers health enhancing PEMFs to the cells. Unfortunately, our environment, stressors, and toxins negatively impact our bodies and our cellular health.

Health and Oxygenation

PEMF is said to positively charges blood cells so that they repel one another (like-magnetic charges repel), making it impossible for them to stick together. This maximizes the ability of the blood cells to perform their tasks in the capillaries of all the major organs. The work of the lungs, liver, intestines and kidneys is optimized when proper and full blood flow can take place. When the blood is oxygenated, so are the organs and tissues, reducing disease which can produce imbalances and sickness.

Regular PEMF use benefits cellular energy, resulting in better cellular health and function, which allows the body to more efficiently process the electrical and chemical exchanges associated with those channels and address imbalances or dysfunctions in those areas – leading to improved adaptation and natural healing.

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