PEMF, Headaches and Migraines


What are Migraines?

Migraines are very common and affect 1 in 5 women and around 1 in 15 men. (1) symptoms include a strong headache that becomes worse when engaging in everyday activities and sensitivity to light.

It is estimated that the UK population loses 25 million days from work or school each year because of migraines.(2)

What are Headaches?

A headache is a pain felt in the head or occasionally the face, they can vary between a sharp or dull pain and a throbbing sensation and are often milder and temporary compared to migraines.

Recurring headaches should not be ignored as they can be a sign of something more serious (3)

PEMF and Migraines

PEMF and Localised Pain

How does PEMF help with localised Pain?

PEMF therapy works at a cellular level to reduce inflammation, increase blood flow and oxygenation of the blood, these benefits can have knock on effects including the reduction of localised pain.
PEMF for Migraines

What have the studies found?

In a randomized clinical trial ​73 percent of the participants reported a decrease in the number of migraines they experienced(4)

The study concluded that PEMF is effective in improving the circulation of blood to the brain which can reduce the occurence of migraines(5)

What the PEMF experts say...

PEMF therapy and Migraines

Watch Dr Pawluk (Medical Doctor and PEMF Guru) discuss PEMF therapy and migraines.

The FlexPulse


The FlexPulse

The FlexPulse has been one of the most popular localised PEMF devices on the market for over 3 years and includes 2 applicator coils that can be applied to the body.

Buying a FlexPulse

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This page is intended for educational purposes only and is not a substitute for medical advice. The FlexPulse™ is included as an example of a localised PEMF device and FlexPulse™ make no medical claims regarding their device.