PEMF
PEMF
PEMF
PEMF stands for Pulsed ElectroMagnetic Fields. Put simply PEMF therapy is a form of magnetic therapy using ElectroMagnetic fields generated by copper coils. It targets the body at a cellular level, helping a wide range of applications.

There are already over 7000 clinical trials using PEMF therapy and although it has many applications it is most widely used for pain management, improving sleep and relaxation.

PEMF FAQ
PEMF Sleep Device
Is PEMF therapy new?
PEMF is perfectly safe and widely used. It may sound like a new technology but it has been used safely and effectively throughout Europe for more than 50 years.

Thousands of studies including those by NASA and King’s College London have found benefits in using PEMF therapy, it is widely used to improve health and enhance performance of people and animals around the world.

PEMF Education
How do PEMFs work?
By introducing a complementary electromagnetic field into the body through a full body mat or handheld device you can re-establish healthy electromagnetic exchanges.

This is why PEMFs (Pulsed ElectroMagnetic Fields) are valuable, they stimulate all levels of the body. They are applied externally, and then fully penetrate the body, affecting tissues, organs, and complete body systems.

EMF ElectroSmog
How are PEMFs different to EMFs?
It is unproven that EMFs (electromagnetic fields) from phones, power lines and wireless devices could have a negative effect on your health.

There is also a difference between PEMFs and EMFs. PEMF therapy uses frequencies and magnetic fields at therapeutic low levels.
Natural PEMF
PEMFs are natural
PEMF therapy is a natural drug free alternative therapy with many applications.

PEMF devices are considered healing because they replicate the natural magnetic field and low frequencies of the earth and never reach the high frequencies or heating effects of EMFs.
What is PEMF therapy used for?
PEMFs have many uses but find out more about the most popular applications below...
PEMF For Pain

Pain Management*

Pain management is one of the most common applications for PEMFs



 PEMFs work to reduce pain by changing the local tissue environment from which the pain starts. 

Many people throughout the world are using PEMF therapy to manage pain caused by chronic conditions such as arthritis.
PEMF for Sleep

Sleep

Insomnia affects 1 in 3 people in the UK and can significantly affect health and mental function.


Therapeutic PEMFs have been shown to reduce sleep disturbances and help improve quality of sleep.

The wider benefits of PEMF including reduced stress and improved circulation can also have a knock on effect and help to reduce sleep disturbance.


PEMF For Mental Health

Mental Health

A recent NHS survey of Mental Health found that 1 in 6 adults in England had a common mental disorder.


Therapeutic PEMFs have been shown to improve concentration and mental wellbeing.

There is some evidence that PEMFs actually change brain wave activity and PEMFs are often used to assist with reducing mild depression and anxiety,


PEMF For Relaxation

Relaxation

A lack of relaxation is a leading cause of stress-related illnesses



PEMF therapy is useful for deep relaxation and can be used alongside more traditional techniques such as breathing exercises and meditation.

It has been found that low frequency Theta-Waves (4-8 Hz) are particularly useful for deep meditation and inducing sleep.

 
How could PEMF improve your life?
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Tens Vs PEMF
TENS only temporarily masks the pain whereas PEMF can an encourage the body’s natural ability to heal itself. Find out more below..


  • Varied strength magnetic fields creating a larger and deeper treatment area.

  • Encourages the body to heal at the source of the pain. Therefore fixing the problem rather than masking it temporarily

  • Non-invasive and completely pain free.

  • Not a throw away quick fix but an investment in your health.
TENS


  • Electrical impulses

  • Temporary pain relief through body’s natural pain killer (endorphins)

  • Non-invasive but can cause muscles to convulse and cause a tingling sensation



How is PEMF therapy applied?
PEMFs have been integrated into many style of devices for use at home. The most commonly used and the most effective device is the fully body therapy mat.
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PEMF Devices
Copper coils generating magnetic fields have been integrated into localised devices and full body mats.

Put simply all PEMF devices use copper coils to generate a magnetic field.
Case Study - Becci's story
Discover genuine PEMF reviews and read Becci's story when she was recommended the treatment by her Physiotherapist...
PEMF
Dealing with life-long daily pain is stressful and draining on your energy and mood, which can prevent you from coping with day-to-day tasks.

Becci used PEMF therapy to treat her Fibromyalgia and longstanding pain.....


‘I used the mat first thing in the morning and then at night I put the mat on my bed and tried to relax.

I initially used the programme at night and once the cycle had finished I was so drowsy. It was a strange feeling, but for the first time in months I slept like a baby.’ - Becci

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*A note on the applications of PEMF

This page covers general applications of PEMF therapy, it is not referring to a particular device. 60% of the PEMF devices we stock are registered medical devices and the rest are wellness devices. Please check the product pages to see the individual programs and applications.

Disclaimer

Our products are only intended for the beneficial effect as set forth in the manufacturers directions and instruction literature. The information on this page is not intended to substitute or replace medical advice. Always consult your medical doctor If you have health concerns