Electromagnetic energy plays a crucial role in the functioning and maintenance of life on earth. This electromagnetic energy refers to the energy carried by electromagnetic waves, which include visible light, Schumann resonances, the geomagnetic storms, and natural electric currents that flow on and beneath the surface of our planet, known as telluric currents.

Only in the last century have we begun to understand the intricacies and influence these electromagnetic fields have on us and our health.

Even visible light is electromagnetic in nature. Visible light is a type of electromagnetic radiation that falls within a specific range of wavelengths in the electromagnetic spectrum. The electromagnetic spectrum is the range of all types of electromagnetic radiation, from low-frequency radio waves to high-frequency gamma rays. Visible light falls in the middle of the spectrum, with a range of wavelengths between approximately 380 and 700 nanometers. Red light, which falls between 620 to 750 nanometers, has demonstrated in thousands of studies to be beneficial for mammalian health – we’ll discuss this much more in more posts.

In plants, electromagnetic energy from the sun is converted into chemical energy through the process of photosynthesis. This chemical energy is then used by the plant to fuel various metabolic processes, such as growth, reproduction, and repair. Plants use electromagnetic signals to coordinate growth and development, as well as to respond to environmental cues such as light and gravity.

In humans and animals, electromagnetic energy plays a key role in the functioning of the nervous system. Neurons communicate with each other by transmitting electrical signals, which are generated by the movement of charged ions across the cell membrane. The brain and nervous system also produce weak electromagnetic fields, which can be detected and measured using sensitive equipment. These fields are thought to play a role in various physiological processes, such as the regulation of sleep, mood, and cognitive function.

Over the last 150 years or so, we have learned to develop technology to utilize electromagnetic energy for various medical applications, such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and electroencephalography (EEG). These techniques use magnetic and electrical fields to measure and visualize the structure and activity of the brain and other organs.

How PEMF Therapy Complements our Natural Electromagnetic Energy

Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF) therapy is a non-invasive technology that uses low-frequency electromagnetic fields – within the same ranges as those naturally occurring in the earth and our atmosphere – to improve health and wellness. PEMF therapy works by delivering electromagnetic energy to the body’s tissues, which can help to improve cellular function and promote healing.

Because our bodies are naturally electrically charged, many of our biological processes rely on electrical impulses. PEMF therapy can help to supplement and optimize this natural electrical energy by providing additional electromagnetic energy to the body’s cells. This can help to promote cellular metabolism, increase blood flow, reduce inflammation, and support the body’s natural healing processes.

PEMF therapy has been used to treat a wide range of health conditions, including pain, inflammation, insomnia, depression, and anxiety. It has also been used to enhance athletic performance and improve overall health and wellness.

* While PEMF therapy is beneficial and can be used with success for the betterment of our and pets’ health, it is important to note that it should not replace other conventional treatments or healthy lifestyle and dietary choices. Rather, studies have shown that using it in conjunction with these other modalities tends to have a synergistic effect.