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Using PEMF Therapy Machine to Live a Harmonious Life

What does it feel like to live a harmonious life? A life where you’re at peace with yourself and everything that surrounds you? Ideal, right?  

No matter how much we want our daily lives to be peaceful, happy, and healthy, some problems are inevitable, and we’re left with no choice but to deal with them. Aside from physical health conditions, humans can also fall prey to mental health issues that disrupt a smooth-sailing life. Luckily, a pulsed electromagnetic field or PEMF therapy machine can help you handle both without worrying about your safety. 

PEMF Therapy Machine to Live a Harmonious Life

Mental Health: What the Numbers Say

Mental health issues affect millions of people around the globe each year. It has affected 1 out of 5 adults annually in the United States alone. Moreover, the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare reported that approximately 46% of people in Australia aged 16-85 experienced having a mental health disorder in their lifetime. 

The COVID-19 pandemic also took a toll on the mental health of people throughout the world. According to the World Health Organization, individuals who have dealt with anxiety and depression have increased by 25% globally during the pandemic’s first year. 

However, some individuals still have misconceptions about these disorders. There is one thing you ought to know, these conditions exist and are real. 


In a broader sense, anxiety is the feeling of being worried about an event that is about to happen. It is your body’s normal response to uncertainties and potential dangers.  

One may feel anxious when they have an upcoming job interview, proposal, problems with finances, and so on. However, it’s a different story when someone has an anxiety disorder. These people tend to have fears all the time like it never seems to go away. Because of that, they may stop doing activities they once enjoyed or think more than once when doing even the simplest tasks. 

The common types of anxiety disorders include the following: 

  • Generalised anxiety disorder (GAD) 
  • Panic disorder 
  • Social anxiety 
  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) 
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) 


Yes, we all feel sad when we hear or encounter an unfortunate event or stress. Nevertheless, depression isn’t just about “sadness.” It is a medical illness negatively affecting the way you deal with stuff or how you think or respond to a specific situation. It also results in a loss of interest and joy plus the reduction of energy.  

The cause of depression can’t be singled out or connected to one reason, as it may stem from genetic, environmental, biological, or psychological factors. Moreover, it comes with a wide range of symptoms, including feeling empty and tired, overeating or not eating at all, insomnia or hypersomnia, and physical pains, like headaches or cramps. That is why it is best to consult a healthcare professional to address these issues appropriately. 

Eating Disorders

In most cases, we eat more when we love the food that’s on the table and eat less when it’s not that appetising. But do you know that there is one type of mental health issue that affects our relationship with food? 

Eating disorders are more than just not wanting to eat. They’re from serious reasons and deeper problems, which can lead to undesirable physical and psychological consequences. 

Here are some examples of eating disorders: 

  • Anorexia: You’ve probably heard about this eating disorder. Anorexia or anorexia nervosa comes with an intense fear of gaining weight, making people restrict the amount of food they eat to the point where they intend to vomit after food intake. Chances are, people with anorexia believe that their worth is equivalent to how their body looks, so they do extra measures to lose weight. No, we’re not talking about diet and exercise. These individuals may misuse diet aids, have severe food restrictions, or exercise excessively. 
  • Bulimia: Bulimia or bulimia nervosa is an eating disorder that may put your life at risk. It is when a person eats too much in a short period of time yet ends up purging what they eat by intentional vomiting or laxative misuse. Bulimia can affect both male and female and are likely caused by genetics, especially when the family has a history of eating disorders and other mental health problems. 
  • Pica: It is a compulsive eating disorder characterized by eating non-food items with zero nutritional value. It commonly affects children. Nevertheless, you should also remember that just because a child is putting non-food items in their mouth, it means they are suffering from pica—they may just be curious. Kids or adults with pica crave and eat objects such as dirt, rocks, paper, glue, and even cigarette ashes. Pica can result in health complications when left untreated. 

According to an article from the Better Health Channel, eating disorders have affected around a million Australians of different ages, genders, cultures, and backgrounds. 

Addressing Mental Health Issues

The information provided in this article is just an overview of some of the medical conditions affecting the mental health of humans. Moreover, the manifestation of some symptoms does not necessarily mean that you have that type of mental health disorder. It is still best to consult a medical or healthcare professional, so they can investigate the reason behind your issues and provide you with the right treatment. 

Usually, therapy, psychotherapy, and prescribed medications can remedy these conditions. And although using a PEMF therapy machine does not necessarily treat you from such disorders, it can help you feel more relaxed and be your partner in managing the physical pain that comes alongside some of these mental health disorders. With that, you can sleep well at night. 

Live a Harmonious Life with iMRS International’s PEMF Therapy Machines

PEMF.inc offers a therapy machine featuring a brain entrainment system that perfectly works with a PEMF mat. The combination of these PEMF therapy machines can provide you with a calming effect because of the light, sound, and colour therapy. As a result, you will achieve peace, enhance emotional balance, manage anxiety, and even improve internal happiness. 

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