The American Heart Association is Talking About the Magnesphere
The American Heart Association recently held their conference and one of the topics featured was the exciting results which the Magnesphere is helping to produce at the Augusta University Medical College of Georgia. The research team was studying the effect of using a low-level electro-magnetic field (LL-EMF) to reduce the affects of Atrial Fibrillation (AF) in heart patients. AF is one of the most common heart conditions treated in a clinical setting.
Magneceutical Health provided a miniature Magnesphere (pictured above) for the study. One group received LL-EMF stimulation from our mini-Magnesphere for 60 minutes and a control group was positioned in the mini-Magnesphere as if they were being treated but received no LL-EMF stimulation. Both groups then received a stimulus that would normally induce AF, and were carefully monitored to measure the outcome.
The results were very impressive and validated the hypothesis that LL-EMF may help reduce the duration of AF. Their finding was that “LL-EMF application resulted in a reduction in pacing induced AF duration after 60 minutes of stimulation as compared to sham stimulation.” and that “ fewer patients in the LL-EMF group required cardioversion after the 60-minute period (1/7 vs. 5/6)“. The findings also noted: “Importantly, there were no adverse events related to the study device.”
The image below shows that the LL-EMF group experienced a much lower duration of AF.
Of course our team here at Magneceutical Health was not surprised by the results, but it is nice to have some of the top heart researchers in the American Heart Association validate the effectiveness of the Magnesphere. The best part is that anyone can reduce the impacts of stress using one of our standard protocols with the Magnesphere or HALO home unit. And the benefits for the heart are only the “tip of the iceberg” of the many benefits of natural magnetic field therapy via the Magnesphere.
You can read the abstract of the research at AHAJournals.org