PEMF & Blood Circulation

There is no doubt good blood circulation is one of the most important element in keeping your body optimal and healthy, beyond just keeping you alive and breathing. Poor blood circulation can cause myriad of issues like headaches, hypertension, metabolism-related issues, diabetes, fatigue, sleep disorder, and even mental related issues like Alzheimer.

PEMF and blood circulation

Here, we introduce you a physio-stimulation technology that is scientifically proven to help blood circulation, especially in the area of hypertension. Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF) stimulation is consider an “invisible” physical stimulation that creates impact at the cellular level – use a very low frequency magnetic field stimulation. The magnetic field energy is usually measured in micro-Tesla scale, that will not cause any sensational stimulation at the muscular level.

Watch a short clip below to find out various scientific studies on the impact of PEMF and improved blood circulation.

How It Helps Blood Circulation

1. Vasodilation – Less constricted vessels, smoother delivery

PEMF helps vasodilation, reduce blood pressure

PEMF has been proven to increase Nitric Oxide in the body. Nitric Oxide is a gaseous messenger molecule formed in the inner lining of the blood and lymph vessels. It signals surrounding smooth muscles to relax, thus resulting in vasodilatation and increased blood flow

2. Angiogenesis – More blood capillaries

PEMF and angiogenesis

Angiogenesis is the physiological process involving the growth of new blood vessels from pre-existing vessels. PEMF helps with the formation of new blood vessels and improved microcirculation at the capillary level. This is one of the most exciting facets of PEMF research, because improved circulation lies at the heart of healing, regeneration, nutrient delivery, detoxification and our overall health

3. Oxygenation – Optimizing Payload

PEMF and blood oxygenation

PEMF helps on many levels to improve oxygenation of the cells. The key is enhanced vascularity and microcirculation,and also helps with the primary uptake and binding of oxygen to haemoglobin. PEMF opens up the alveoli and increases the amount of blood into the lungs for greater oxygen uptake and utilization.

4. Blood Viscosity – Optimizing Resources

PEMF and blood viscosity

PEMF therapy lower Viscosity and Stickiness of Blood (Rouleau effect). It increases the net charge on the cell, the red blood cells will all repel each other. The blood itself becomes less viscous (has a lower surface tension) and the surface area increases for better oxygenation.

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Recent Scientific Studies on PEMF & Blood Circulation

A 1-μT extremely low-frequency electromagnetic field vs. sham control for mild-to-moderate hypertension: a double-blind, randomized study (Jan 2011)

Increases in microvascular perfusion and tissue oxygenation via pulsed electromagnetic fields in the healthy rat brain (May 2015)

Effects of pulsed electromagnetic fields on peripheral blood circulation in people with diabetes: A randomized controlled trial (May 2016)

The impact of pulsed electromagnetic field therapy on blood pressure and circulating nitric oxide levels: a double-blind, randomized study in subjects with metabolic syndrome (Aug 2019)

Impact of pulsed electromagnetic field therapy on vascular function and blood pressure in hypertensive individual (Wiley, Apr 2020)