How PEMF therapy repairs the damage from Lyme Disease
Did you know that the damage from Lyme Disease can have a long-term impact on your health? Lyme Disease can cause short-term damage and repairs long-term damage as it settles into the tissues and organs. The goal is to knock out the infection before it spreads into the tissues and organs, but the infection is not always treated immediately. Oftentimes, someone that has been bit by a tick may not feel it, or they never see a bull’s eye shaped bite on their leg. As the infection grows and settles into the organs and tissues, inflammation and scarring occur, causing damage to those tissues and organs. Antibiotics are always the first course of action, and when those are not given early on the infection continues to grow. PEMF therapy is a viable adjunctive option, and it can be just as powerful as the antibiotics, as well as when used in conjunction with antibiotics.
PEMF therapy has been highly regarded as a safe and non-invasive way to reduce symptoms for numerous diseases and conditions, including damage from Lyme Disease. As electromagnetic waves move down to the cellular level, they can reduce inflammation, improve circulation, and reduce pain. PEMF therapy is a powerful complementary therapy, and this therapy may increase the effectiveness of conventional therapies.
PEMF Therapy Education, May 25, 2017.