Mental health awareness week 2019.
Mental health awareness week 2019 is here and we are helping to spread awareness for those who suffer from mental health issues. According to the world health organization, just one in four of us will suffer from a mental health issue at some point in our lives. Many people who suffer turn to conventional methods of treatment such as medications or cognitive behavioral therapy, which, unfortunately ‘approximately one-fourth of people do not respond to’ states Dr. Pawluk. However, if you are looking for a drug-free, consistent approach to improving the symptoms that come with mental health issues, such as depression, PEMF therapy could be what you have been looking for.
A Harvard medical school study found that a PEMF therapy device they used, prompted a 10% mood improvement after just one 20-minute session, in patients with Bipolar disorder or major depressive disorder. Dr. Pawluk talks in more detail about this study, here. There are many studies that look into PEMF therapy for depression and anxiety. Many of the symptoms that go hand in hand with mental health issues, can be improved by using PEMF therapy. For example; poor quality of sleep or insomnia can have a negative effect on your mental health. Low-frequency PEMF therapy, however, can help your body to become more relaxed and calm therefore leading to a better nights rest and improving your mental state of mind. This is just one of many aspects of mental health that PEMF therapy could help you to improve.
We offer a wide range of PEMF therapy devices that can help you. Using PEMF therapy daily on a long-term basis can have so many positive benefits for your health and wellbeing. We recommend the Flexpulse for conditions such as depression and anxiety. This is a high-intensity device and it has a pre-set program that has been specifically designed to improve the symptoms of depression. The Flexpulse is also completely portable. Meaning you can take PEMF therapy with you wherever you go.
If you would like to speak to a member of our team about what PEMF therapy could do to help you. Contact us today. Remember, it’s ok not to be ok!
PEMFs for Depression and Anxiety