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PEMF Therapy: A Revolutionary Treatment Approach to Vascular Disease

The most valuable organ in your body is your heart, and it holds the highest voltage out of any other organ. Studies have shown that a healthy heart functions at around 30 Hz. Certain diseases can cause this charge to decrease, wreaking havoc on your entire body and causing it to shut down. Because of this, symptoms of vascular and heart disease should never be overlooked. Continue reading as we discuss one of the best ways to combat these diseases.

Symptoms of Vascular Disease

Vascular disease symptoms may include:

  • PEMF vascular diseaseTired legs
  • TIA (transient ischemic attack a.k.a mini stroke) or stroke
  • Chest pains
  • Ulcers or skin changes
  • Heart attack
  • Kidney failure
  • High blood pressure

If you or someone you love suffers from the above symptoms and are looking for relief from this disease, Pulsed Electro-Magnetic Field (PEMF) therapy might just save your life.

What is PEMF?

PEMF therapy has the potential to reverse or prevent vascular disease. It is a revolutionary therapy that uses gentle electrical pulses to literally charge your cells back to full health. 

When you suffer from vascular disease, your heart is no longer functioning at 30 Hz. While vascular disease and heart disease are not the same thing, they are directly related and have the potential to become deadly if left untreated. By charging your body with PEMF, you will stimulate your cells and your body will begin to heal–preventing and even reversing the disease. 

When your cells are stimulated, they begin to function like new again. Studies have shown that PEMF therapy does more than just repair damaged cells–it can help your body create new, healthy cells as well and improve your circulation.

PEMF can greatly reduce your risk of heart attack and stroke by balancing the health of your neurons, cells, tissues, and organs. The best part is that you can get this revolutionary treatment right here in Lafayette at Independence Wellness & Pulse Center. Contact us with any further questions or to request an appointment!

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