- PEMF can reduce chronic pain and inflammation – but look what this new research shows it can do
- Men, you should be very interested in this
- Significant prostate improvement without surgery or medicine – lie down and feel the pain ebb away: pain relief mat
So I won’t wade into the Doctor Who controversy.
All I can say is this…
In a programme in which an alien with two hearts travels through time and space, assuming different physical forms, being a woman is the least far-fetched element.
But, hey fellers, in the spirit of balance, I’ll begin today with something targeted at men.
Do you remember how last week I told you about PEMF (Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy)?
This is an ingenious way to reduce chronic pain and inflammation….
It can also improve sleep patterns and circulation, helping speed recovery from injury and illness.
These simple natural devices create a magnetic field that helps boosts the circulation of oxygen around your body… and all you have to do is lie down for a bit.
This works for men and women with a wide range of health niggles, aches, pains and problems. There were three devices I showed you, which you can see here: PEMF
Anyway, after I hit “send” on that email I came across some more research.
This time I have found a fascinating extra benefit to this form of therapy…
This is one that a lot of men will find interesting.
A safe, non-invasive prostate treatment
Two scientific studies have shown that PEMFs can noninvasively reduce the size of the prostate for sufferers of Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), and without side effects, too.
One of these studies was on animals, but another on humans (I’ll list both in my P.S in case you’re interested).
In this latter trial, half a group of people aged 68-78 were put on regular medication. The other half were on PEMF treatment for 30 minutes a day, five days a week.
After two weeks, there was a significant decrease in the size of the prostate for those treated with PEMF… this include a better flow of urine, too.
In other word, the troublesome symptoms improved.
The authors said: “This study demonstrates that PEMF rapidly reduces postoperative pain and inflammation for both simple and complex surgical procedures.”
Why does it work?
Well, recent research suggests that benign prostatic hyperplasia could be down to an age-related impairment of the blood supply to the lower urinary tract.
As I mentioned last week, PEMF therapy helps your blood cells oxygenate, and for blood to carry oxygen around your body much more freely.
By giving your cells more oxygen, PEMFs promote faster healing, reduce swelling and inflammation, and lower your overall pain levels.
Naturally, this will improve the blood supply to your lower urinary tract and help improve prostate problems.
If you want to know more, here’s the link again: How to Benefit from PEMF therapy
I didn’t really talk much about this last week, but the manufacturers of these PEMF devices will give you a massive 90-day trial so that you can really feel the benefit before you make any financial commitment.
If it doesn’t work for you? Then not a problem. You can send it back for a full refund.
Oh, and to further reassure you, this is a company we’ve fully vetted and worked with closely before. The research team at People’s Doctor have tried and tested these products and the supplier has excellent customers service in case you have any problems.
On top of a PEMF advice, you might want to consider what you eat and drink.
Some dietary advice
Interestingly, a lot of common prostate health advice warns against coffee, telling you to cut down on it.
But as I showed you in the previous issue of The People’s Doctor, the new evidence is that coffee can help control inflammation,
Take a look at this: Here’s how much longer – IN MINUTES – that coffee could help you live
What’s more, a study earlier this year, published in the International Journal of Cancer, showed that drinking more than three cups of espresso a day lowers the likelihood of developing prostate cancer by 53%.
However, do try to avoid red meat. It raises the levels of arachidonic acid in your body, increasing inflammation.
Also limit your intake of sugar and refined carbohydrates (for instance, white bread, white rice, white pasta). These cause sugar spikes, which raise insulin levels causing a pro-inflammatory response.
Similarly, avoid trans fats. These are hydrogenated oils that appear in lots of processed foods (always check the label). They stimulate your body to create low-density lipoproteins that can feed inflammation.
For more information on prostate health, take a look at these articles on The People’s Doctor website:
I hope you’ll find this information useful!
Until next time, then, stay healthy!