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PEMF Health Benefits: Improving Sleeping Patterns

Have you ever thought about what will happen to you if you don’t get enough sleep for a long time?  

Feeling tired may just be a minor problem compared to the illnesses or health conditions you can acquire if you continue to stay up all night. Lack of sleep may lead to severe health issues, such as diabetes, stroke, high blood pressure, and reduced functionality in your immune system.  

If it’s hard for you to relax and doze off, one of PEMF’s health benefits is it can help bring you into a relaxed state, thus improving your sleeping pattern.  

But is insomnia the only sleeping disorder people have to deal with? Let’s talk more about that in this blog. 

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Common Disorders That Prevent You from Getting a Good Night’s Sleep


We’ll start with the most common sleeping disorder. 

Insomnia is a prevalent sleeping disorder that affects approximately 50.4% of Australians. And according to Cleveland Clinic, up to 70 million Americans suffer from sleep disorders. 

As you probably know, insomnia is the condition that makes you have trouble falling or staying asleep. It may also prevent you from getting good quality sleep despite having all the time and peaceful surroundings. It is common among the elderly because as you get older, there may be changes in your sleep patterns, activity, and overall health. 


  • Stress 
  • Work schedule 
  • Poor sleep habits 
  • Mental health issues 
  • Medications 
  • Underlying medical conditions 
  • Eating too much during late nights 
  • Caffeine consumption 
  • Nicotine 
  • Alcohol 

Signs and Symptoms: 

  • Difficulty sleeping at night 
  • Waking up too early or in the middle of the night 
  • Not feeling well-rested even after sleeping 
  • Increased irritability 
  • Have problems focusing 
  • Daytime sleepiness 
  • Anxiety 


Narcolepsy is a chronic neurological disorder characterised by extreme tiredness or sleepiness during the day. People who suffer from this health condition will generally feel alive and awake the moment they wake up, but they will eventually feel sleepy for the rest of the day. 

Having this condition means you’ll unwillingly fall asleep despite being in the middle of doing an activity, like driving, eating, or working. Therefore, it will significantly affect your daily routine. 


While the exact cause of narcolepsy is unknown, it is linked to the following: 

  • Autoimmune disorders 
  • Family history 
  • Brain injurie


  • Excessive daytime sleepiness 
  • Cataplexy 
  • Changes in rapid eye movement (REM) sleep 
  • Sleep paralysis 
  • Hallucinations 
  • Insomnia or fragmented sleep 
  • Automatic behaviours 

So, if you get sleepy during the daytime, that doesn’t necessarily mean that you suffer from narcolepsy. You may not just have gotten enough hours of sleep the night before. If your sleeping issues worsen, it’s best to consult a medical professional for a proper diagnosis. 

Sleep Apnoea

Sleep apnoea is a sleeping disorder wherein the patient experiences an abnormal breathing pattern while asleep, reducing their quality of sleep. Suffering from sleep apnoea means your body won’t get enough oxygen as you sleep. 

There are three common types of sleep apnoea: obstructive, central, and complex. Obstructive apnoea happens when an obstruction in the mouth and throat reduces the airflow. Meanwhile, central apnoea is a neurological problem wherein your brain doesn’t send signals necessary for breathing. Lastly, complex sleep apnoea is a combination of the two. 

  • Causes/Risk Factors: 

    • Obstructive Sleep Apnoea: 
    • Obesity 
    • Narrow throat 
    • Hypothyroidism 
    • Allergies 
    • Smoking  
    • Alcohol or drug use 
    • Deviated septum 
  • Central Sleep Apnoea: 

    • Like narcolepsy, the root cause of central sleep apnoea isn’t clear yet, but this condition is linked to the following: 
    • Stroke
    • Heart conditions
    • Medication
    • Premature birth
    • Brain tumours
    • Head injuries 

How Can Electromagnetic Pulsed Therapy Devices Help You Improve Sleep?

Among the long list of PEMF’s health benefits is helping you improve sleep. For one, a pulsed electromagnetic field stimulates and improves melatonin production. Melatonin is a hormone in the body released by the brain’s pineal gland at night. It is associated with the sleep-wake cycle regulation, making it essential for sleep. 

Moreover, our PEMF therapy devices has a built-in biorhythm clock that you can adjust depending on the time of day. When you use the night-time setting, it uses theta-delta frequencies that aid a person in sleeping and provide the brain with deep relaxation. 

Wake Up Well-Rested with PEMF Therapy Device

Getting enough sleep is essential to win the day, as it allows our brain to function optimally. And getting your body to adapt to a sleeping pattern is equally important. So, when it gets hard for you to sleep despite trying some tips you find on the web, it’s time to try PEMF Inc’s pulsed electromagnetic field therapy devices. 

You can read more about its effect on your sleeping pattern at “Improve Sleep“, or you can call us on 0414644120, and we’d be happy to discuss PEMF’s health benefits with you. What’s better is you don’t have to buy our machine to see what it does to your body. At PEMF inc., you can rent a unit and buy one when you’re ready!