Neuron and Bone
Regeneration with PEMF.
BY JONATHAN BOWEN
The body is constantly undergoing regeneration. Over time it replaces each of its 100 billion cells. The cells in each organ regenerate at different rates. For example, the heart cells regenerate every 20 years. Every bone in the body regenerates within ten years. Nails regenerate every 6-10 months. The liver regenerates every five months. The blood cells regenerate every four months. Skin cells regenerate every four weeks. The lungs regenerate every 2-3 weeks. The lining in your stomach regenerates every 2-3 days.
The earth’s magnetic core produces a pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) that powers cellular regeneration. The cells power down, and cell regeneration stops if shielded from the earth's PEMF. This issue has been brought to light by extended space travel.
NASA and PEMF
Neuronal cells are responsible for transmitting electrical signals throughout the body. For example, if you want to open your hand, the brain sends electrical command signals to the muscles responsible for extending the hand. These electrical signals reach these muscles, and if there is no damage to the neuronal cells leading from the brain towards these muscles, the hand will open. However, if the damage is due to an accident or surgery, the body will repair the damage and regenerate the neuronal cells over time.
In September 2003, Thomas Goodwin, PhD of NASA investigated the effect of electromagnetic fields on neuronal cells and published an experimental study. The purpose of the NASA study was to determine if it was possible to stimulate the regeneration or regrowth of neural tissue with electromagnetic fields to improve electrical conductivity between the neuronal cells. The study concluded electromagnetic field stimulation improved regrowth by 250% to 400%.
Dr Thomas Goodwin of NASA
ROSCOMMOS, the Russian equivalent of NASA
Roscosmos and PEMF
Russian cosmonauts benefit from PEMF. Photo Credit: NASA/Bill Ingalls
Expedition 49 Russian cosmonauts Sergei Ryzhikov, left, and Andrey Borisenko of Roscosmos answer questions from the press outside the Soyuz simulator ahead of their Soyuz qualification exams with NASA astronaut Shane Kimbrough, Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2016, at the Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center (GCTC) in Star City, Russia.
When Russia conducted experiments sending cosmonauts into space for extended periods, the cosmonauts experienced significant problems when they returned to Earth. In outer space, there is no gravity, and consequently, the cosmonauts had muscle and bone problems when they returned to the gravitational field on Earth. When initially returning, they could not stand or walk following the recovery of their space module.
Initially, it was thought that the lack of gravity was responsible, so resistance equipment was employed to help with exercise. However, this didn’t work sufficiently. It was found that the absence of the Earth’s magnetic field to charge the cells ATP production was the cause of bone density loss and muscle atrophy.
Specially designed PEMF devices created by Curatron engineers have been used to improve bone density for returning cosmonauts. This technology has been made available to benefit medical science and the public in general through the line of Curatron products.
Review at our articles on fracture healing and cartilage regrowth to see how this technology can benefit you.