I am not going to disagree with you about that. Exercise is good for the brain and does a lot of the same things PEMF or an anti-inflammatory diet does.
As the people around me get older, some of them can’t make it to their mail box without pain and those people aren’t going to exercise.
Some of them have balance issues and most of them have poor vision and things like arthritis and obesity, etc.
I have more than one people who have been in so much pain for so long that they are thinking they are going to end up in wheel chairs forever. They can stand up with help, but not for long.
The two people I have in mind can barely manage at self-care and are not managing at apartment-cleaning.
I look at my relatives who had strokes and they can’t just exercise even on their own.
Healthy young people don’t have concepts of what it is like to not be able to walk to the bathroom or kitchen or get out of bed without help.
Whole Food Plant Based diet interests me because that can turn people around from wheel chair bound and blind to seeing and being able to move. PEMF can do the same thing.
I say it because I am not sure which thing is the adjunct.
It depends on which one people can manage to succeed at.
Some people are so depressed that they lose their job and won’t get out of bed. Diet can bring down inflammation and stop them from killing themselves is what studies on inflammation and depression and inflammation and PTSD cause me to think, but if they can’t change their diets, then, a PEMF might bring down their inflammation the same way.
It doesn’t matter to me which they start with.
I used the ICES to help change my food preferences and I used it similar to a Modius to help with weight loss before I could possibly succeed at changing my diet.
Now, diet is primary, but back then, the ICES was primary. Then, people lose weight and suddenly exercise might sneak in the middle and PEMF can become 3rd.
But if they get injured while they are out running, suddenly PEMF is back to first again and the rest become adjuncts.
There is a song Stevie Nicks used to sing and she wondered if she could handle the seasons of her life and, for me, the answer is having tools.
When I look at my 90-year old people around me, they had things like heart attacks and knee and hip replacements and strokes and cancer.
Exercise and diet are both part of treatment if you have cancer, but people have gotten healed using PEMF. People have recovered from strokes like Bob did, but the researchers I have read said that for the vast majority of people, recovery is disappointing, unless they supercharge it with something like TMS or LLLT or Ultrasound, etc. For me, eventually most people face something like a knee being bone on bone or a hip no longer having cartilage.
I am talking about 90 year old, but the two people around me who are so crippled by pain and who have bone on bone knees are both 65. That is young to become wheel chair bound.
Anyway, I am not in crisis. I am not poor to the degree of being homeless, which several of the people around me are and they get in pain and end up in the hospital and can never get back into housing. There just is a reality. WNPR spoke about a man who had a heart attack and went to a hospital which wasn’t in his plan and he was billed $100,000.
We live in a time when people lose their houses because of stroke or cancer.
Not trying to be morbid. I just am old enough that I am watching my relatives go through surgery and I watch my friends and relatives suddenly have $10,000 medical bills and the next year they suddenly need a root canal and are told they have Diabetes and have surgery and suddenly it is hard to repair the furnace and deal with the leaking roof. That is one person’s real example, but I could go from person to person and they have real examples exactly like that and my well-paid friend and her husband both lost their career job and both needed surgery and both have Diabetes and both had debilitating pain and their pipes burst and that is what life is like in the middle class nowadays.