I have been doing a lot of research on PEMF and it seems like one of the most beneficial therapies I have found after Photobiomodulation. There were little to no side effects reported?? Is that correct? Are there any long term studies on the use of PEMF?
I also done a lot of reading on Dirty Electricity and Dr. Milham has taught me a lot about the potential harmful effects of dirty electricity. Which led me to put dirty electricity filters all over my house. This is anecdotal but the effects were pretty much instantaneously. My sinus congestion was gone within a few minutes and I slept though the night, without once waking up. I can still few the difference to this day if I unplug them or leave the house. It’s been over 6 months.
Dr. Milham has reservations on PEMF because he still thinks it MAY be harmful. He said the same thing about the TENS units. But he hasn’t done enough research to make that conclusion.
I also found research potentially linking ALS to EMF and low magnetic fields.
"Several previous studies have found that electrical workers are at increased risk of ALS,” says Neil Pearce, at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. “We don’t know why the risk is higher, but the two most likely explanations involve either electrical shocks, or ongoing exposure to extremely low frequency magnetic fields.”
An analysis of data from more than 58,000 men and 6,500 women suggests it is the latter. Roel Vermeulen, at Utrecht University in the Netherlands, and his team found that people whose jobs exposed them to high levels of very low frequency magnetic fields were twice as likely to develop ALS as people who have never had this kind of occupational exposure.
The team have stressed that this study is observational – it has not proven that the fields themselves cause ALS, just that this factor is linked to a person’s likelihood of developing the disease.
However, it provides the best evidence yet that magnetic fields could be to blame for the disease. “This study has much better information on exposure to magnetic fields than previous studies,” says Pearce. “It shows that the increased risk of ALS in electrical workers is most likely due to magnetic field exposure, rather than to electrical shocks.”"
The article did state: “The effect of extremely low frequency magnetic fields on ALS development is not clear”
The study is not conclusive. But knowing what I know about dirty electricity and feeling the difference myself… I am a bit concerned on PEMF? Can anyone please elaborate on the difference between magnetic field generated by PEMF machines vs electric line installers or any other appliances that use a lot of electricity?
Are there beneficial magnetic fields vs magnetic fields that harm us?