A Letter about PEMF and Generalized Anxiety Disorder
Sharing some timely information about using Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields:PEMF for Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) from a letter written to Bruce Bonner by Jonathan Bowen
April 16 2016
I trust all is going well. We have had several queries into the benefits of PEMF and Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD). We thought we’s share with you the results of our research:
Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) is a mental health disorder which causes a person to experience excessive anxiety and constant worry about many issues in their life.
Anxiety is a defensive mechanism that is designed to trigger hormones to heighten reflexes, raise the heart rate, and increase circulation to allow you to respond more quickly. Anxiety is usually the result of fear from internal thought mechanisms.
Sometimes the things worried about are real, sometimes they are trivial, but the anxiety experienced can be all consuming and affect the quality of life of the person with GAD.
PEMF and GAD
Pulsed Electro Magnetic Fields (PEMF) have been found to be very effective in the treatment of GAD, depression, and general anxiety without the side effects that medications can cause. Rather than introducing foreign substances into the brain, PEMF electrically excites the neurons to dispense their own natural chemicals, helping to balance out deficiencies and restore normal brain function.
Clinical studies have show the effect of PEMF on Generalized Anxiety Disorders:
“…studies have found low-energy emission therapy to be effective in the treatment of chronic insomnia, and suggests that it may also be of value for patients suffering from generalized anxiety disorders.” (3)
PEMF is drastically more effective than antidepressant drugs as it adjusts the chemistry of the brain without foreign substances and the dangerously addictive side effects they create. It helps relieve symptoms of anxiety such as insomnia, sleep disorders due to an over active brain fixated on phobias:
Studies included “…detail clinical findings for treatment of depression and mood management, reduction in anxiety, and treatment of insomnia. Electrical energy stimulators that deliver very low-level EMF (electro-magnetic fields) have been reported to be clinically effective in the alteration of neurobioechemicals including serotonin and cortisol. Depression, mood disorders and insomnia have been related to disregulation of serotonin levels. Use of EMFs to reduce symptoms of depression, anxiety and insomnia are authorized by the FDA, and have been in use since the 1970’s. Shealy reports that transcranial stimulation by EMFs led to a significant relief of depression in 85% of patients who had failed pharmacological agents, and was at least twice as effective as any known antidepressant drugs and without complications.” (5)
Curatron’s low frequency, high power devices have the ability to penetrate deep within the brain to produce the results that researchers, scientists and doctors have been discussing:
“…transcranial magnetic stimulation can produce therapeutic effects equivalent to those of electroconvulsive therapy but without the dangerous side effects.”(7)
The Curatron has the power to penetrate through the bone of the skull and stimulate the neurons. Most PEMF devices will work to treat the blood, providing oxygenation etc, as the blood will circulate throughout the body every 20 seconds, but to treat brain cells and internal organs, a controlled sinusoidal wave is required. Other devices (spark devices) have power, but not the ability to control or sustain it. The Curatron treats many symptoms of GAD with software featuring pre-programmed settings such as anti-anxiety, depression, stress, relaxation, relaxation EEG waves, stomach relaxation, sleep disturbances, sedation, phobia, etc.
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3. C. Guilleminault B. Pasche, Clinical Effects of Low Energy Emission Therapy, Bioelectromagnetics Society, 15th Annual Meeting, 13-17 June 1993, Los Angeles, CA, pp 84.
5. Adey, WR. Potential Therapeutic Applications of Nonthermal Electromagnetic Fields: Ensemble Organization of Cells in Tissue as a Factor in Biological Field Sensing. Bioelectromagnetic Medicine. 2004, Rosch PJ and Markov MS, editors, pp 1.
7. T. Zyss, “Will Electroconvulsive Therapy Induce Seizures: Magnetic Brain Stimulation as Hypothesis of a New Psychiatric Therapy,” Psychiatry Pol, 26(6), November-December 1992, pp 531-541.
Contact us to book a consultation to discuss your GAD symptoms with Bruce Bonner at Living Science Wellness Centre. We would be happy to book a nutritional consultation along with PEMF for optimal results for those suffering with anxiety.