PEMF Strengthens Your Body’s Immune Response
The immune response can be broken down into four basic stages.
1. Recognition of the pathogen. Specialized cells recognize germs, bacteria, or viruses that are not part of the normal body environment.
2. Containment of the pathogen. The inflammatory response is engaged to surround the pathogen and immobilize it.
3. Destruction of the pathogen. Specific types of lymphocytes (white blood cells) and other cells target and destroy the pathogen.
4. Elimination of the dead pathogen. Function specific cells called phagocytes scavenge the body for dead cells, they surround the dead cells and literally engulf them. Eventually, waste is voided from the body.
I am a very visual learner, so let’s make this process a bit more relatable for all of us! Take a look at this spider.
Let’s say you see this spider on your kitchen floor and immediately scream. This is recognition of the pathogen. You find a trash can that can fit over the spider and toss it on top to keep it from escaping to other parts of your house. This is containment of the pathogen. You eventually get up the nerve to squash the spider and kill it so the threat is completely eliminated. This is destruction of the pathogen. Then you scoop up the dead spider (feeling proud and confident!) and you toss it outside. This is elimination of the pathogen!
So, where does PEMF come into play? Again, it’s an incredibly simple process. PEMF works by penetrating the cell wall and pumping energy into the cells (similar to the way we fuel our cars with gas or charge our cell phones). Being completely fueled allows the cells to function at their maximum capacity. So, all the specialized cells involved in the immune response are working at their peak performance level when they have enough fuel (energy) to do so. This allows our body to fight off pathogens of any type faster and far more efficiently.
Published by Roxanne Clark
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