PEMF Therapy

PEMF Therapy for Insomnia

PEMF Therapy for Insomnia

Getting quality sleep is essential to maintaining good health, but at least 20% of people have trouble getting enough sleep at some point in their lives. Insomnia is the most common sleep disorder. Although insomnia is not a disease, it can certainly lead to some serious health concerns if it becomes chronic.

Long periods of poor sleep can cause cognitive impairment, heart problems, high blood pressure, stroke, diabetes and depression, as well as other health issues. Lack of sleep can also age the skin, reduce sex drive, cause accidents, increase the risk of depression and anxiety, and lead to weight gain.

The most common treatments for insomnia are prescription medications, which may result in some problems such as addiction, withdrawal symptoms and many other side effects. Lower-risk methods of addressing poor sleep are desperately needed, and PEMF therapy fits the bill.

How Does PEMF Therapy Work on Insomnia?

According to plenty of researches, PEMF therapy can help people beat insomnia mainly in two ways.

First of all, PEMF therapy can improve sleep using the process of brainwave entrainment. When presented with an external resonating stimulus around the brain, resonant molecules or electrical activities start to react to the stimulation frequency by establishing a pattern of mutual resonance. This process is called frequency following or entrainment. It is proven that PEMF therapy can tune the frequency of the brain cells and transform it into a pattern that calms the brain, regulates circadian rhythms and then enhances sleep.

Additionally, PEMF therapy can increase the production of melatonin. PEMF therapy can make the Pineal gland release more “melatonin” in darkness, which is an important hormone to enhance sleep quality.

In a four-week double-blind, placebo-controlled study, researchers conducted a series of tests to determine whether PEMF therapy can help with insomnia. One hundred people with insomnia were randomly assigned to receive PEMF treatment or placebo treatment. In the PEMF treatment group, about 90% of the people reported improvement of sleep, while in the placebo group only about 50%. This study indicates that the use of PEMF therapy can greatly help insomnia.

What Makes Big Magic Special for Improving Insomnia?

One of the best things about using PEMF therapy to improve sleep is that it’s safe to be used for as long as you’d like. In fact, treatment should be continued even after symptoms subside, since there are so many underlying causes to every health condition. When your sleep is back on track, it’s best to continue applying PEMF therapy for continued quality sleep. Fortunately, Big Magic is one of the most advanced PEMF devices in the market, specially designed for long-term treatment.

Big Magic copies the natural frequency of Schumann resonance, which is regarded as the heartbeat of the earth. This magic frequency perfectly matches that of our cells, tissues, body, and mind. Therefore, long-term use of Big Magic for sleep improvement is very safe and there are no side effects or complications associated with it.

According to our market survey, most PEMF devices with a mat only apply a single pulse in the same direction. After long-term treatments, the cells are recharged in one direction and won’t be neutralized, which is not good for the sleep and overall health. Big Magic can change direction every ten minutes, so your body will maintain equilibrium, and won’t become magnetically charged.

In addition, the PEMF mat of Big Magic is flexible and practical, which is designed to perfectly match your requirement of overnight treatment. You can put it under your pillowcase to enjoy a good sleep.

“I’ve been sleeping on my Big Magic mat since I got it. Instead of waking up at 3:00 am as I have for many years, I’m sleeping 7-8 hours and feeling well-rested.” Robert shared.

It is never too late to learn how you can help insomnia safely and naturally. Why not give Big Magic a try?

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