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What PEMF Therapy Has to do With Clean Air

What PEMF Therapy Has to do With Clean Air

Did you know that PEMF therapy could be the best defense for those who are suffering from a lack of clean air?

That lack of good air is also referred to as “electrosmog“.

Today, there are more health-conscious publications talking about what electrosmog is, and how it negatively impacts your health.

One of the top reasons you should be using PEMF therapy regularly is to combat the effects of these bad EMF’s.

Today, this article is going to define for you what clean air is, what electrosmog really is, and how PEMF therapy can aid in reducing the effects of it on your mind and body.

Clean Air vs. Electrosmog

Do you believe that you live in an environment with clean air?

Chances are, if you live in an area where there is little industry, you most likely benefit from a clean environment.

The following definition for clean air can be found online.

On a clear breezy day, the air smells fresh and clean. Clean air is air that has no pollutants (dirt and chemicals) in it. Clean air is good for people to breathe.”

This is the definition online as defined by the EPA at the following link-

You can continue to read on their website about what constitutes “dirty air”, and how it impacts your health.

Pollutants in the air emitted through smokestacks, pesticides, or other chemicals sprayed outdoors can travel and contaminate the air you breathe.

It is difficult for anyone to escape this “dirty air”.

Those who live and work on farms have believed for centuries that they lived in the perfect environment.

This was true before industrialization began, and factories began popping up.

If you have any doubt as to whether or not you live in an environment with what the government considers good air quality, you can do an online search to view your local air quality index.

Answer this question for your own peace of mind. “Do I live in an area where I can see a smokestack emitting pollutants from the top of a building?”

If you answered yes, than you are breathing in something that is not natural.

The human body was not designed to breathe in smoke, but it was designed to breathe air.

The above definition of quality air is, is much different from the definition of “electrosmog”.

Here is the definition we found online for “electrosmog”.

Electrosmog is the invisible electromagnetic radiation resulting from the use of both wireless technology and mains electricity.

The most common sources of wireless electrosmog are:

  • Cordless phones
  • Cordless baby alarms
  • Mobile/cellular phone masts/towers/transmitters
  • Mobile/cellular phones
  • Wireless networks

Electrosmog is responsible for a condition known as electrosensitivity (ES) or electrohypersensitivity (EHS). Symptoms include:

  • Headaches
  • Disruptive sleep patterns
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Depression
  • Hypersensitivity and erratic blood pressure
  • Skin complaints
  • Behavioural patterns in children

You can see for yourself at the following link, what this website has to say about this problem and who it effects the most-

What is PEMF therapy and how can it help?

These pulsed electromagnetic fields somewhat duplicate the natural magnetic fields of the earth.

These fields are generated by the electric currents that are generated by the earth’s molten, iron core.

This natural process is called a “geodynamo”.

The earth’s magnetic field space extends tens of thousands of miles into outer space, creating a field that protects the earth from harmful cosmic rays.

The cosmic rays and other pollutants have been shown to strip away at the ozone layer.

This layer has been reduced over the years, many often stating that there is a hole in it.

This ozone layer plays a critical role to humankind, in that it s protects the earth and us as human beings from harmful radiation.

It was in 1976, 41 years ago that a study showed that this ozone layer had been depleted.

Along with the waning of the earth’s electromagnetic fields our air has been nearly destroyed.

If you were to study the statistics on various illnesses that seemed to become more prevalent since this time, you would see an uptick in certain cancers, Alzheimer’s Disease, and other neurological diseases as well.

PEMF therapy aids in “cleaning” the body of those harmful chemicals and pollutants.

Just as you take a shower at the end of the day to get clean after a workout or after your shift at work, PEMF therapy plays a role in intracellular cleaning.

The daily use of a PEMF therapy device can aid in reducing the traces of radiation that one may encounter through the use of:

  • Wireless phones
  • Wireless internet
  • Microwaves
  • Pollutants in the air
  • Cellular towers

There may be other sources that expose us that we are not aware of at this time.

While these pollutants and radiation can have a negative impact on the body, causing damage to your cells, you can do something about it.

Using PEMF therapy to stimulate and clean your cells, ions, molecules in your blood and more, will reduce the impact and may over time prevent it from causing more damage.

What would you do to give your a body a dose of clean air?

Clean Air for Your Cells with a PEMF Device

Experts in energy medicine refer to PEMF’s as “good EMF’s”, and radiation as “bad EMF’s”.

This is because they are similar in nature, in that they all stem from electromagnetic frequencies.

Those actual frequencies and their sources make the difference.

Using a PEMF device daily is like giving your body a dose of “clean air”.

There are numerous PEMF devices on the market today, so it’s important that you conduct your own online research before you make a final decision on purchasing one.

There are a myriad of health benefits for those who choose to use PEMF therapy. Expose yourself to clean air as much as possible, and spend more time connecting with the earth to improve your overall health.

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