PEMF And Parkinsons Disease

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PEMF And Parkinsons Disease

The indications for Parkinson’s syndrome are disorders of the sympathetic and parasympathetic functions of the muscles. The disorders originate in the imbalance of the biotin secretion in the brain. It is due to a lack Dopamine in the brain.

The three leading characteristics for Parkinson’s syndrome are Rigor (muscle freezing), Tremor (tremors of the muscles), and Aquinas (inability to move the muscles). Parkinson’s syndrome is found mostly in people between age 70 and 80 but in many cases it occurs in much younger patients. The ratio is 0.2% of the population. The syndrome that appears in younger people have the Hypo – or the Aquinas characteristics. For example, the patient can stop at a stop sign but cannot begin moving again at the green light. The patient will fall often because their balance system will react quickly enough to prevent the fall.

Their steps will be very small. Their arms will not move with their walking process. Their speech will be monotone. Their facial expression will be dull (Hypomimie) and the handwriting gets very small and hook-like (Micrographic).

With Rigor, there is increasing resistance to passive movements, for instance, when someone tries to move the patient’s arm, there is still resistance.

The Parkinson’s Tremor is a movement disorder that begins mostly on one side and with small tremblings. It can cause swallowing difficulties as well. The bladder is affected by blocking the urine. Often there is a psychological component added, in the form of depression.

Although life expectancy remains the same as a healthy individual, the prognosis of the disease is such that symptoms continue to increase. Through the magnet field it reaches the Hyperpolarization to the motoric Endplate.

It elevates the Stimulation wave and, because the muscles release, it has a positive influence on the Rigor symptom and the Aquinas. The most common cause for Parkinson’s disease is a decrease of blood circulation due to arteriosclerosis. Because of this, certain parts of the brain will not get sufficient Dopamine supply. That lack will eventually lead to an imbalance of the neuromuscular system, which causes the typical symptoms of Parkinson’s syndrome mentioned above.

Scientific research provides evidence that the PEMF helps to maintain the even flow of the blood’s circulation. This improves the oxygen supply to the different organs in the body. These effects lead to improvement of the blood supply to the brain as well as a positive influence on the circulation of calcium. This process can break down the calcium deposits on the organs,
and alleviate the cause of the disease in the first place.

The other positive effects of the PEMF will be the general benefits on the body and mind.
We would recommend the basic PEMF treatment in the morning, and in the evening, setting #1.
Depending upon the severity of the disorder, we would recommend adding an additional Oxygen therapy, and mineral supplements for mineral balance.

This would be beneficial, since the patient has not already been saturated with medications.

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