PEMFs Impact on Stress Relief

PEMFs Impact on Stress Relief

Held every April since 1992, Stress Awareness Month aims to promote and raise awareness of the causes and cures for the modern-day stress epidemic. Many aspects of life can cause stress and strain on our bodies, and we wanted to take the opportunity to discuss how PEMFs could help you.

Stress can have many different impacts on how physical health as well as our mental health, some of which including:

  • Muscle tension and stiffness
  • Contributing to skin conditions such as acne, eczema etc
  • Impacts on the digestive system
  • Contributing to respiratory issues.
  • Contributing to anxiety, irritability

What is PEMF, and how could it help?

PEMF therapy involves the application of electromagnetic fields to the body. The fields create pulsating, low-frequency waves that interact with the body’s cells, tissues, and organs. PEMF has multiple different benefits that can all contribute to helping relieve stress, these being:

  • Helping to improve sleep quality

Stress can negatively impact sleep, and a lack of sleep can further increase our stress levels. PEMFs can help to prepare our bodies for a restorative night’s rest by utilising brainwave frequencies that are commonly associated with relaxation and deep sleep.

  • Reduction in muscle tension

Chronic stress can cause muscle tension and discomfort in the body, PEMFs may help to relax the muscles by improving blood circulation, the delivery of oxygen and nutrients will be improved helping to contribute to the relaxation of tense muscles. In turn this will help to promote a sense of physical and mental relaxation.

  • Enhancing the effects of meditation

Meditation is a more traditional way of helping to reduce feelings of stress and anxiety, PEMFs are popularly used to help enhance the feelings of relaxation during meditation. Some users report that when using PEMF, their focus and concentration is improved, this is beneficial during meditation as it allows users to focus more on their breath work and relaxation techniques.

Have you used PEMF? Let us know about your experience here.