The best way to deal with possible side effects of PEMF-

therapy to deal with, is by anticipating it.

Because magnetic therapies have such a wide range of actions in

have the body, it is not uncommon to experience some discomfort

experience, especially when treatment has just begun. The

is the experience that these responses about 5% of the time

occur and occur more frequently when the whole body

is treated, as opposed to local treatments.



Most side effects are mild and temporary and may

be managed by simply continuing therapy. At

persons with electrical hypersensitivity and

electromagnetic hypersensitivity, these reactions occur

more often and are more uncomfortable. Rarely does the

magnetic therapy should be discontinued as a result.

Magnetic therapies can alter blood circulation,

Stimulate cell and tissue repair, stimulate nerve cells,

cause relaxation, blood pressure and heart rate

affect the absorption of drugs and nutrients

change, influence acupuncture energy movement,

stimulate changes in vision, in addition to many

other actions. So overreactions of the body, perceived

or measurable, happen.



Sudden increases in circulation, especially in

Ischemic tissues (areas of restricted or reduced

blood flow) can lead to uncomfortable increases in

circulation for a short time after the

magnetic field is applied.
The increase in circulation, although usually a
desirable effect, may lead to an increase in oxidative
stress. It is desirable to have sufficient
have antioxidant support in the body before the
treatment is initiated. Sudden improvements in the
circulation can also lead to exacerbations of

existing extensive or severe inflammatory processes,
usually in the skin. Exacerbation of hives is also possible
and should be considered before treatment is
When nerve cells are suddenly stimulated, the
pain temporarily worsen due to increased signal traffic
in the nerve and/or improved circulation to the nerve(s).
We see this in individuals who have previous fractures or scars
have had. Magnetic fields that are distal (further
away from the center) at the fracture site or the
scar are applied may cause temporary pain
at the fracture site. If there are multiple blockages along the
body are, magnetic treatment can reduce the phenomenon of
"the pursuit of pain" cause.
In this situation, when an area is treated and
improved, another area that may have been quiet now begins
show pain or discomfort. Normally, these
problems do not matter, but should be recognized as
a normal consequence of magnetic therapy. In some
situations, where magnetic therapy causes pain in a
body part that does not normally have pain, this may be an indication
be from an unidentified underlying problem in that
body part and medical evaluation should be considered.
In this case, magnetic therapy serves as an early
warning process.
Magnetic therapies often lower blood pressure and
lower the heart rate, actions that are almost always positive. This

actions can be a concern for individuals who are older,
use medications with blood pressure-lowering actions, brittle
are labile or have easily changed blood pressure,
have had extensive bed rest, are in shock or have a
have overwhelming systemic infection, or who have non-
have robust, compensatory vascular reflexes. Because
people in these situations may faint while standing up
from a sitting or lying position, they should be
warned of this possibility and the need to address the
blood pressure and/or heart rate to stabilize at the
change positions. Usually these reactions settle down
if magnetic therapy continues and the body functions
General reactions also occasionally occur, especially with
those who have magnetic field sensitivity or from it
are suspected. Possible reactions include: increased
fatigue, exacerbations of sleep, increased pain,
vague weakness or loss of energy, metallic tastes,
dizziness, "brain fog," thirst, increased urination, heat,
cold sensations, prickly sensations in the skin, colors in the
visual fields, heaviness of the limbs and palpitations.
It is usually thought that people who experience these reactions
Systemic hemodynamic (concerns the theory of blood movement)
or have autonomic instability and/or neurotoxicity, if
due to chronic infections, chemical sensitivity or
environmental toxicity. Many have chronic regional
pain syndromes, fibromyalgia and / or chronic
fatigue syndrome. The extent of the
sensitivity responses will determine the approach to the
adapting magnetic therapy.

If the side effects are unbearable, you can reduce them
by making some minor changes to the protocols.
bring. These changes include lowering the
intensity, reducing treatment times and the
Limit the area on the body being treated.
These changes would only be needed in the short term
should be, because such reactions decrease relatively quickly at
continuation of treatment.

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