The PEMF Battle Plan for Fighting Hypertension
The month of February will be focused on cardiovascular health, and fighting hypertension is the focus in today’s article.
There are now more than 80 million people getting prescriptions for medication to treat hypertension (high blood pressure).
There are other chronic conditions and prescription medications that can cause hypertension.
What if you could use a therapy that was non-invasive and natural with no side effects?
Today, this article will discuss what causes hypertension and how you can utilize PEMF therapy to either reverse it or eliminate it all together.
Fighting Hypertension with PEMF vs. Prescription Medicine
When Obamacare changes were finally completed at the level of the primary physician’s office, other changes were also noticeable.
There was a firm grip on how doctors could prescribe pain medication.
It was still okay for other prescriptions to be written without a thought, with little education on the side effects these medications can cause.
The attention is all focused on one area it seems.
While addiction and death due to overdose are certainly deserving of a lot of attention, the fact still remains that other medications may have significant side effects.
Many Americans began to look at other options when the cost of prescription medications increased.
One of the safest options today is PEMF therapy.
If you are wondering why PEMF therapy is better option over prescription medications for fighting hypertension, let’s take a look at the most commonly prescribed drugs and their side effects.
- Lisinopril. This drug is known as an ACE inhibitor, and is used to relax blood vessels for better blood flow. The most common side effects for this drug are tiredness, dizziness, headaches, or even a nagging dry cough.
- Atenolol. This drug is known as a beta blocker. This medicine works differently in that it shuts off your ability to make adrenaline which can raise your blood pressure. This medication is a popular choice for thyroid patients that have a high heart rate due to hyperthyroidism. One of the most well-known complications of this drug is the ability to cause breathing problems, making it a poor choice for those with asthma. It may also cause nausea, fatigue, and it could cause you to feel lightheaded.
- Metropolol succinate. This medication has often been given to those who have a family history of high blood pressure, and it is also a beta blocker. This means that it could be a good choice for those who also struggle with anxiety, as it works like Atenolol to shut off adrenaline. Initially, this drug may also cause fatigue or headaches, but in time those will go away. Please watch for problems with diarrhea as that may also be a problematic side effect.
- Diovan. This drug is also used to treat blood pressure, but it also ideal for those diagnosed with heart failure. Doctors who prescribe this often do so with the intent that it will help a patient live longer after a heart attack. This drug is in a special class of drugs known as an angiotensin receptor blockers. This drug works like Lisinopril, in that it helps to relax blood vessels to improve blood flow. However, Diovan has been noted for its ability to cause a nagging dry cough, dizziness and headaches.
Many of these medications appear to have mild side effects, but what you don’t see is the research behind what happens when these medications are used for long periods of time.
Many of these medications can cause a condition known angioedema which can be fatal over time.
A nagging dry cough can also keep you awake at night, and it can disrupt your quality of life.
What are the side effects of PEMF therapy?
The only known side effects are a slightly dizzy feeling from an initial round or two, adjusting to the use of pulse eletromagnetic fields.
This is generally only true of those who are sensitive to electromagnetic fields.
This proves that the human race is unhealthy. We are now slightly dizzy from a natural occurrence that we have been exposed to all of our lives.
The earth has always been surrounded by its own electromagnetic field.
The body should be fully accustomed to these, but living in a world with more technology like wireless internet, microwaves and cell phones disturbs that.
The use of a PEMF device on a daily basis could reduce the symptoms of those fighting hypertension. What have studies shown so far about the outcome?
Fighting Hypertension with Daily Use of a PEMF Device
With so many PEMF devices available today it can feel overwhelming at times to read through all of the marketing materials.
The best way to choose a PEMF device is to do your research online, as well as to call and speak with representatives from the company.
This gives you the chance to learn for yourself what these devices do, and how they compare to each other.
When calling a distributor of a PEMF device, please do not give out your personal information until you are satisfied that they have answered your questions and that they are a legitimate company.
It is up to you when the time is right to purchase your own device.
This makes it easy for you to get PEMF therapy in the comfort of your own home. You will want to use it daily for best results.
There are numerous health conditions individuals have used PEMF devices for, but using PEMF therapy for “fighting hypertension” can be a great way to use a gentle therapy without ill side effects.