Advanced technology and the ongoing scientific developments related to the processes that occur in our bodies focus on new methods and procedures that could help us achieve and preserve general health. In the recent years, cellular treatments of all kinds of injuries and ailments have been a main focus point of scientists and medical experts. Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy for example – also known as PEMF, is directly linked to breast cancer, and might even help women overcome the condition.
The therapy is based on magnetic impulses that affect the cells and provide them optimal functioning and balance. The technology has proven to be influential in the treatment of minor injuries as well as serious diseases – tumors and other types of cancer. It is also a preventive method of keeping the human body strong and healthy.
A better understanding of PEMF
Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy is better known as a cellular reparation technique. With the use of electrical energy, special devices send a series of magnetic pulses through the damaged tissue. The pulses activate electrical signals which induce cellular repair. This means that the amount of naturally derived energy of individual cells increases – through the increased ATP production (ATP is a co-enzyme which transfers energy in the human body). The extent of energy growth allows the cells to heal themselves.
The energy impulses affect the charge of cellular membranes, and this allows them to open up. This means that waste can find its way out of the cells, thus making room for nutrients to come in. Cells can optimize their balance (and functions) and restore themselves if necessary. Restored (and well-maintained) cells are able to make restored (and maintained) organs and that is crucial for the human body to function properly.
Although PEMF therapy has proven effective in wound healing, tissue repair and elongates death of tissue, complete healing of extensively damaged cells has not yet been achieved with this method. However, in addition to the healing benefits, the therapy shows significant effects in pain reduction and relief of inflammation.
PEMF therapy and cancer
PEMF therapy is still an unconventional technique to treat cancers and other health conditions. That’s because the population still has a tendency to depend on traditional forms of medicine which are socially and historically accepted. None of the treatments we use for terminal ailments such as cancer serve as complete healing solutions. In some cases, the cancer had progressed too much at the time of discovery; in others, if the treatment proves to be efficient, a lifelong monitoring is required to ward off regression.
Experts agree that PEMF has beneficial influences in treating serious diseases. In combination with other forms of treatment, the therapy has shown significant pain release results. This was possible because of its effect on cellular restoration.
PEMF technology proves to be extremely successful in maintaining health and balance of cells, which makes it an ideal preventive treatment. With the growing numbers of women suffering from breast cancer, it is safe to say that PEMF might have a considerable influence in prevention of development of this disease.
PEMF and breast cancer
Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy doesn’t cure women’s breast cancer. However, many studies have been performed on this matter. A recent study performed on mice, showed that ultra-low density PEMFs might kill breast cancer cells. There’s definitely a vulnerability window between this type of therapy and cancer cells. Upon a first impression, it looked like exposure to the pulsed electromagnetic field could aid in killing cancer cells, although more biological research is required to assess if the damage upon the cells is permanent or not. The most straightforward effect on PEMF on breast cancer tells us that the therapy might slow down the growth of the cells. This could have great significance and might even become a clinical revelation; however, more studies are required to prove that PEMFs has anti-cancer properties.
As for pulsed electromagnetic field devices, the variety is endless and many are currently available on the medical supplies market – all approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Portable devices, which one can use as a preventive method or for smaller injuries and discomforts, are available and not extremely costly.
By Jefferey Morgan and Supplemented.co.uk