Pulsed Magnetoelectricity – Sleep

Insomnia can occur at any age but is especially common in older adults. Insomnia can lead to memory problems, depression, restlessness, and an increased risk of heart disease and car-related accidents.

The body produces natural growth hormones and melatonin during the sleep cycle. These hormones are considered key factors in anti-aging. Many pharmaceutical companies make these hormone drugs, but these drugs often have side effects.

Studies have found that pulsed magnetic electricity can stimulate the pineal gland to produce melatonin, the most important hormone for sleep and anti-aging, and a powerful antioxidant. It also stimulates the pituitary gland to produce growth hormone, which promotes growth, cell reproduction, and regeneration in humans and other animals.

In 2001, Pelka, Jaenicke, and Gruenwald conducted a trial in which they tried P EMF therapy for insomniacs. 70% of patients reported complete resolution of insomnia symptoms, 24% reported significant improvement in their symptoms, and 6% reported a small but critical improvement in symptoms.

Ninety percent of the patients with insomnia who received pulsed electromagnetic therapy have significantly improved or even completely cured their symptoms.

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