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How PEMF Therapy Stimulates Thyroid Function

How PEMF Therapy Stimulates Thyroid Function

There thousands of research studies that prove that PEMF therapy stimulates thyroid function.

Proper thyroid function can be difficult to maintain once your thyroid gland has malfunctioned.

The good news is that there is now an option outside of hormone replacement.

Regardless of whether or not your thyroid is over-active or under-active, PEMF therapy can bring balance to your master gland.

Today, this article is going to share valuable information regarding thyroid function and how PEMF therapy begins to stimulate the thyroid hormone and aid in proper function around the clock.

PEMF Therapy Stimulates Thyroid Function Safely and Naturally

Hormone replacement medication can either increase or reduce your level of thyroid hormone.

Research has shown that PEMF therapy stimulates thyroid function so effectively that it can reduce the amount of hormone replacement an individual may need.

How does this work?

There are two types of hormone that the thyroid produces including:

  1. T3- Triiodothyronine
  2. T4- Thyroxine

Every cell in your body is electrically charged. This is why PEMF therapy is effective. Your cells will automatically respond to electromagnetic pulses.

Scientists in Germany discovered that low-intensity electromagnetic pulses were effective on the body.

What causes cells to function on every level is ATP, or adenosine tri-phosphate.

The ATP factor has been discussed in previous articles.

This factor is important because it lets us know what cellular triggers indicate disease.

When levels of ATP become low, the cells can become ill and ultimately damaged over time.

These cells begin to lose their ability to heal and regenerate.

The regeneration of cells is important for a healthy mind and body.

The important fact to note here is this: “When cells have the appropriate amount of energy, they are able to heal and function properly.”

In this case, when it is directed to the thyroid gland, it may cause nodules on the gland to diminish in size or disappear altogether.

Here is what we know about nodules on the thyroid from the medical community today.

  1. Nodules on the thyroid may or may not be cancerous.
  2. When there are multiple nodules, toxic multi-nodular goiter may cause further illness in the body.
  3. The nodules are formed by inactive colloid. Colloid contains what is known as a “prohormone” called thyroglobulin.

Your thyroid secretes  thyroxine, which is converted into an active hormone once it passes through the kidneys and the liver.

The sole purpose of this hormone is to stimulate oxygen consumption. Improper oxygen levels in the tissues can lead to diseases that are super destructive, like cancer.

PEMF therapy has been shown to improve the level of oxygenation to the tissues. This means that disease cannot survive.

Your thyroid also plays an important role in your metabolism. PEMF therapy is often sought after for renewed energy.

It is no surprise then, that these electromagnetic fields can play such an important role where your thyroid is concerned. Does this mean that your low energy could be related to a thyroid imbalance? Not necessarily.

However, there are some interesting statistics on thyroid disease.

  1. The rate of iodine deficiency is nearly 80% of the population. That is a big number, and it’s staggering to think that our food supply is so deficient that we are unable to get what we need from the ground.
  2. Thyroid statistics are unique in that reporting does not show prevalence to any gender group. Most diseases and conditions are often deemed more common among the male or female population. In this case, thyroid disease brings mixed results.  This means that race is also a factor that cannot be segmented for a percentage of cases.
  3. Individuals with thyroid disease seem to respond positively to the use of PEMF therapy regardless of whether or not their thyroid is overactive or under-active. This is where PEMF therapy is set apart from other holistic therapies. Electromagnetic fields seem to have the upper-hand in balancing the mind and body. This is why it is often referred to as “a miracle” by so many who try it.

Whether you choose to use a PEMF device just for multi-nodular goiter or for your entire body, you may experience the benefits improved energy along with less hair loss and the healing of skin conditions that often accompany thyroid disease.

Although research has shown that PEMF stimulates thyroid function for so many, is it right for you?

PEMF Therapy Stimulates Thyroid Function in Your Own Home

Today, there are numerous PEMF devices on the market.

Needless to say, many endocrinologists may not suggest it as a viable form of therapy.

This could be for two reasons: 1) Doctors know that this therapy is not covered by insurance at this time, 2) They believe that there is not enough research in the medical community by medical doctors or hospitals to recommend it.

Modern medicine is geared to treat symptoms rather than investigate or treat the root cause.

True healing only begins once the root cause of any disease or condition is being treated.

Holistic medicine believes in treating the whole person.

Whether you desire to see changes in your thyroid disease or you can use healing for many reasons, PEMF therapy is a wise choice.

There are full body mats available, and there are also individual devices that you can hold in one hand.

Talk to your endocrinologist and any other doctor involved with your care before you decide.

Whether your thyroid is under or overactive, you’ll be able to see positive change.

Those who have struggled to find relief will be thrilled to learn that “PEMF therapy stimulates thyroid function”, and could change their lives for the better!

pemf therapy stimulates thyroid function


  1. Mary Kay Willis

    I am a Licensed Massage Therapist and I use the PEMF mats during massage sessions. I would like to offer treatment for thyroid issues to my clients. Where do I find what settings to use for this?

    • Tammy Coffin

      Hi Mary,

      Thank you for your comment. We do not state any specific setting as we are not physicians. However, any research we have linked to throughout the article would specify the frequencies recommended.

      Many thanks,
      The Team at PEMF Supply


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