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How PEMF Effects Your Blood To Improve Circulation - Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy

1st March 2024

One of the most common uses for PEMF (Pulsed Electromagnetic Field) therapy is to help improve circulation, as this can have a positive knock-on effect on many of the body’s natural processes.


If we were to take a sample of your blood and look at it under a dark field microscope, we would see a very interesting phenomenon where your blood cells take a rouleaux formation, which simply means they stack in a similar way to how you would stack coins on top of each other. This stacking is caused by the lack of electricity on the cell or membrane of a red blood cell, making the cells stickier instead of repelling the neighbouring cells through a well-charged electromagnetic field. These sticky blood cells are more prevalent as you age and in people suffering from chronic inflammatory diseases or cancerous diseases. Sticky blood cells are less effective in transporting oxygen around the body, leading to low oxygen levels in the tissue, a condition known as hypoxia. Hypoxia is a key driver in the development of cancer cells.

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When you apply PEMFs via a full-body mat, for example, this recharges the blood cells' electromagnetic field, allowing them to repel neighbouring cells and return to their natural unstacked state and optimal oxygen-carrying potential. When they are unstacked, they can move faster around the body, increasing circulation. If you were to examine your blood again after just one hour on a PEMF mat under the dark field microscope, you would observe that your cells are no longer sticking together.