- Controversial research into ‘electrosmog’ revealed….
- How this hidden problem is linked to allergies, cancer, sleep problems, and even obesity
- Discover the amazing pain-relieving powers of PEMFs, click here for more.
This might surprise or worry you…
But it’s important to know…
In 2014, the neuroscientist Dr. Olle Johansson professor from the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, spoke to medical professionals at a seminar in Barcelona.
The subject was electromagnetic fields (EMFs).
These are emitted by electrical machinery, including mobile phones, WiFi, TV, microwaves, high power lines and transmission masts.
This is collectively known as ‘electrosmog’.
His extensive research showed that continued exposure to electrosmog is linked to the following:
• Allergies and allergy symptoms
• Certain cancers
• Reduction in the the efficacy of certain drugs (
• Radiation damage
• Long-term DNA fragmentation
Dr Johansson strongly refuted – with plenty of evidence and research – that the idea that this was just a health conspiracy theory or down to media hysteria.
Rather, he believed, the public are being hoodwinked into thinking that the world’s ever-expanding networks of generators and transmitters is completely harmless.
Ask yourself, even if you were sceptical, would you live in a house with a pylon in the garden like this?
Well, maybe if the price was right! I know how desperate the housing market can be.
But in all honesty, we know that living amongst powerful generators, WiFi transmitters and aerials is probably not the way to enjoy optimum health.
And Dr Johannson is not the only one worried about this…
Dr Andrew Goldsworthy is a retired lecturer from Imperial College London. He has spent many years studying how cells, tissues and organisms are affected by electromagnetic fields.
In 2012 he wrote an paper explaining how bad EMF emissions could cause damage to your glands, resulting in obesity, chronic fatigue, early dementia, loss of fertility and cancer.
“Not everyone is affected in the same way and some may not be affected at all,” he says, “However, there is increasing evidence that the situation is getting worse”.
Now, short of moving to a wilderness without electricity, we can’t really avoid this problem…
But there is something you can do…
The amazing power of PEMFs
One of the solutions is to redress the balance with something called PEMF (Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy).
These devices create a magnetic field consistent with the Earth’s natural frequencies. This restores your body’s ion flow, boosts the circulation of oxygen around your body and helps protect your cells against harmful EMFs.
However, it’s not just about avoiding harmful EMFs.
This is actually now a positive, natural therapy for a host of common health problems, including:
• Reduction in chronic Pain
Your body contains approximately 70 trillion cells which communicate via EMFs. With the right electromagnetic pulses you can restore normal function to damaged cells, helping speed up healing and reducing pain.
• Better Sleep
People with electrical hypersensitivity often suffer from sleep problems – anything from a struggle to get to sleep, constant waking in the night, or super-early waking every morning.
PEMF therapy can stimulate brainwave patterns to restore regular sleep patterns.
• Improved Circulation
PEMF Therapy sends a magnetic pulse through your cells, which enables the membrane to become charged. The cells then separate from each other, helping to promote proper circulation and an increase in cellular oxygen.
• Reduced Inflammation
By giving you a better ability to carry oxygen, PEMFs promote faster healing, reduce swelling and lower pain levels.
If you’d like to know more – and try out PEMF therapy for yourself at home, risk free – click here.
Three ways to use a PEMF device
Using the science of pulsed electromagnetic field technology the therapists at Oxford Medical Instruments can offer you the very latest therapy devices.
• Full Body mat – simply lie down on a mat and it will charge your cells with a mild electro-magnetic current. Once charged, your cells will increase their oxygen intake, promoting healing and reducing pain.
• The Unique Therapy Ring – this specifically designed for those with neck and limb issues.
• The Portable Pulse Pad – this is one to use where you’re on the move.
Until recently, devices like these have only been available for specialist pain therapy units in private hospitals and clinical trials units in the NHS.
But now they are something you can try easily, and affordably at home.
There’s no buzzing or pain, so you won’t feel discomfort. You’ll also get a 60-day trial period to make sure you feel significant effects. If not, you can send it back for a full refund.
Click here to read about PEMF and order the device that’s best for you.
Oh, and to further reassure you, I’ve listed some of the research into this topic below in my PS.
That’s it for today – enjoy the rest of your week and stay healthy!
PS: here’s some of the research into PMFs…
“More than a quarter of a million patients with chronically ununited fractures have benefitted, worldwide, from this surgically non-invasive method, without risk, discomfort, or the high costs of operative repair”
Bassett, C. A. L. (1993). Beneficial effects of electromagnetic fields. Journal of cellular biochemistry, 51(4), 387-393.
“This study demonstrates that PEMF rapidly reduces postoperative pain and inflammation for both simple and complex surgical procedures.”
Rohde, C. H., Taylor, E. M., Ascherman, J. A., Hardy, K. L., & Pilla, A. A. (2015). PEMF Accelerates Reduction of Post-Operative Pain and Inflammation: Application to Plastic and Reconstructive Surgical Procedures. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 135(4S), 1185.
“These results demonstrate that Intervertebral Disc (IVD) cells are responsive to PEMF and motivate future studies to determine whether PEMF may be helpful for patients with IVD degeneration.”
Miller, S. L., Coughlin, D. G., Waldorff, E. I., Ryaby, J. T., & Lotz, J. C. (2016). Pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) treatment reduces expression of genes associated with disc degeneration in human intervertebral disc cells. The Spine Journal, 16(6), 770-776.
“In conclusion we have demonstrated for the first time that PEMF treatment transiently increased the myofibroblast population… and that this could account for the beneficial effects observed during the early phase of wound healing”
Cheing, G. L. Y., Li, X., Huang, L., Kwan, R. L. C., & Cheung, K. K. (2014). Pulsed electromagnetic fields (PEMF) promote early wound healing and myofibroblast proliferation in diabetic rats. Bioelectromagnetics, 35(3), 161-169.
To order a PEMF device to try for 60 days, click here.