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WHEN YOU SHOULD NOT USE PEMF?
PEMF therapy has received a lot of attention lately, and for all the right reasons!
This wholesome, absolutely natural healing technique has been used by people from all over the world for a plethora of illnesses. From healing chronic pains to muscle/joint healing and enhancing overall wellbeing, PEMF therapy is an all-rounder! It wouldn’t be wrong to say that this therapy is a breakthrough in the medical world, which combines the wholesomeness of natural healing with the smartness and handiness of modern technology.
However, like any other healing technique, PEMF therapy has its pros and cons. Cons not in the sense that it has side effects or any negative outcomes (be absolutely sure that PEMF therapy has absolutely no side effects), but in the sense that it should be used with caution and NOT BE USED in certain conditions.
And this is exactly what this article is about: to tell you when NOT to use PEMF therapy.
AN OVERVIEW ABOUT PEMF
Before getting to the discussion of when not to use PEMF therapy, we at HealthyLineOutlet.com feel it necessary to give a quick overview of what this therapy is about. Because if you don’t know what a particular thing is about, how would you know when to use it and when not to use it? Indeed, responsible use leads to perfect results, and we’re sure you all want the best results for yourself!
We focus on what PEMF therapy is, what it does and how it works. So, PEMF therapy is basically a mechanism whereby various illnesses and medical issues are treated by stimulating your cells with a specific frequency of Earth’s natural electromagnetic field. The reason for doing this is our body cells are naturally made to work optimally at a certain energy level. And this energy level is prone to depletion due to various factors. And when it happens, illnesses kick in!
And that’s where PEMF therapy comes to the rescue! In simple words, PEMF therapy recharges our cells. It amplifies and balances the cells’ energy levels to bring them to an optimal state: the state of good health and wellbeing! This stimulation of cells with electromagnetic energy is a non-invasive procedure, and therefore has no side effects! This is exactly why people have started opting for PEMF therapy for their healing needs. It’s worth it!
WHEN YOU SHOULD NOT USE PEMF?
Now that we’ve had a quick and comprehensive account of what PEMF therapy is and how it works let’s get straight to the title of this article: To tell you when you should not use PEMF therapy!
PEMF therapy is safe and effective for all sorts of people. But like every other therapy, it has exceptions too! Certain groups of people are cautioned not to use this therapy because of their medical conditions (contraindications) and in order to prevent worsening in those conditions. It’s solely due to the reason of preventing risks of their conditions getting worsened and not because the therapy itself or the radiations it uses are dangerous!
Speaking of contraindications, you need to first understand what they’re and why they keep you from using certain drugs, treatments,/procedures. So, contraindications refer to medical conditions which prohibit the administration of certain procedures, medicines, and treatments. A very common example of this is pregnancy, in which many drugs and treatments are contraindicated because they could potentially harm the developing fetus and cause birth defects. There are 2 types of contraindications: relative and absolute. In relative contraindication, a drug/treatment/procedure can be administered ONLY if its benefits are greater than the risk posed by it. Conversely, in absolute contraindication, a drug/treatment/procedure MUST be avoided because it can be fatal for the patient.
Now coming back to the point! In the case of PEMF therapy, there are 2 absolute contraindications; other than that; it’s usually very safe. These absolute contraindications include:
- People who have electrical implants installed should NOT use PEMF therapy. These electrical implants include devices like insulin pumps and pacemakers. The reason behind this is simple and logical: the electromagnetic radiations used in PEMF could interfere and disrupt the radiations used in the electrical implants and cause device failure.
- Secondly, PEMF therapy is also contraindicated in patients who’ve had organ transplants. The reason behind this is also simple and logical: In the case of organ transplants, there’s always a risk of the patient’s immune system rejecting the implanted organ by considering it foreign. When this happens, the patient’s body rejects the translated organ. Since one of the most prominent effects of PEMF therapy is enhanced immunity, it’s prohibited to use PEMF in such patients to avoid causing changes in the immune system and thereby avoiding organ rejection.
PEMF therapy is generally very safe and effective, but it should be used with caution. Keeping in mind the aforementioned contraindications can help prevent the possible adverse effects of PEMF therapy.