PAINKILLERS:

Jan 25, 2019

PAINKILLERS: 

The prevalence of chronic pain in the United States has been estimated to be upwards of 100 million people. Pain medications can be addicting and can create all kinds of side effects and even death. NSAIDs have been found to cause about 16,000 deaths per year, due to gastric bleeding, in addition to damage to the kidneys and liver. Chronic dependence on NSAIDs, reduces the body’s capacity to heal itself from injury or tissue damage. Thousands of people a year end up with liver failure due to unwitting Acetaminophen overuse. Because Acetaminophen is often hidden in over-the-counter medications, like cold and flu formulas, people are innocently overdosing with it.

PEMF ALTERNATIVE:

Magnetic fields (PEMFs) go right through the body as if the body was not even there.It can be visualized as the wind blowing in the trees. You can’t see the wind, but you can tell it’s there because the leaves are rustling. The wind does not stay in the tree, it just passes on through. So do pulsed magnetic fields. While the PEMFs are passing through the body, they stimulate the cells of the body and produce increased energy (charge) in the tissues that can then be used by damaged or injured cells and tissues to better repair themselves. This is a self healing process, that is stimulated by the use of PEMFs. PEMF’s have been found to have a pain killing effect, equal to about 10 mg of morphine, so not only do they help resolve the underlying cause of the pain problem but they also can help to produce a natural analgesic effect. PEMF therapies can be used alongside most other therapeutic modalities. In fact, combinations of approaches are often even more effective. ANOTHER BIG advantage is that they do no harm…

*The information shared above are excerptsfrom Articles written by William Pawluk, MD, MScBoard Certified Family Physician and Holistic Health Practitioner; Former Assistant Professor at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and University of Maryland. To read his full article, click here.