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DOES PEMF THERAPY SUCK?



Yes, it sucks for pain killers producers because it has no side effects! (insert evil laughter here) Muahahaha! Did you know that Americans consume MOST of the painkillers/opioids supply???? That's really good business for some! Unfortunately it sucks for most of us, because the unnatural pain-numbing effects of pain killers don't allow us to deal with the emotions surfacing from pain, learn to lean into it and allow it to dissipate. Pain is an important signal: the body wants you to stop and address the root cause of it.

Painkillers come with side effects. To get an idea, just grab the leaflet with side effects and read it. Aspirin for example has been on the market for a long time and it STILL causes deaths. If you, like me, cannot take most pain killers and have issues with your liver, don't worry, there's hope for you. There are alternative ways to deal with pain that won't numb you, they will actually rebalance your body, such as PEMF. PEMF, aka Pulsed Electromagnetic Frequency Therapy, are low frequency electromagnetic fields passed through the body penetrating every cell, tissue, organ and bone without being absorbed or altered.


As these fields are passed through the body, they stimulate most of the electrical and chemical processes in the tissues. This allows PEMF therapy to positively support cellular energy resulting in better cellular health and function. The frequencies restore your cells to their normal healthy state and they will speed up the recovery time. With PEMF therapy, you can experience a wide range of benefits, including pain reduction, reduced inflammation, improved energy, better circulation, enhanced sleep quality, and increased cellular detoxification and regeneration. It even strengthens your immune system and helps your body eliminate harmful toxins, promoting faster recovery.


All WITHOUT ANY SIDE EFFECTS. YEPP, no side effects. At The Aurora Academy we use PEMF therapy to support you rebalance any bio-fields out of whack, of course this is NOT medical advice, consult your doctor before considering any holistic treatments without side effects.

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