PEMF & Chronic Fatigue Syndrome


What is Chronic Fatigue Syndrome?

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (also referred to as CFS or ME) is a long term health condition with a wide variety of symptoms.

Most sufferers experience extreme tiredness which can significantly reduce their quality of life. (1)
Blood Flow ME

How can PEMF help?

One of the benefits of PEMF therapy is improved blood flow along with the increased oxygen carrying capacity of the blood.

The increased oxygen in the blood cells results in better health and relief of symptoms including fatigue.(2)
Fatigue Symptoms Treated with PEMF

What other symptoms can PEMF help with?

Other Symptoms of CFS and ME include muscle and joint pain and headaches.

PEMF has been shown to help reduce pain by reducing inflammation in the body(3)
Water intake and PEMF therapy.

When using PEMF for CFS how can I maximise the benefits?

Eating leafy greens or taking a supplement to increase intake of magnesium and drinking more water helps to increase the benefits of PEMF therapy.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is treated in a wide variety of ways including CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy), medicine and exercise (4). PEMF is a complimentary therapy that can be safely used alongside these methods.

Which PEMF device would be suitable for chronic fatigue syndrome?

Curatron XPSE - High Intensity PEMF...

As the one stop shop for PEMF, NewMed stock a wide range of products and if you're looking for something stronger than the Biomag we would suggest the Curatron XPSE (1000 Gauss).

The XPSE is a high powered PEMF system suitable for a wide variety of applications.



2. Vincenzi F, Ravani A, Pasquini S, et al. Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Exposure Reduces Hypoxia and Inflammation Damage in Neuron-Like and Microglial Cells. J Cell Physiol. 2017;232(5):1200-1208. doi:10.1002/jcp.25606





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