PEMF for Holiday Stress

Part of what makes the holidays so wonderful and pleasant can also make the holidays stressful at times. Spending time with family, enjoying holiday traditions, decorating, preparing meals, and giving gifts can be a source of great joy. These same things can also be the source of stress. Stress – whether it’s chronic stress or acute stress – can get in the way of good times. Instead of laughing and loving you end up snapping and lashing out. Don’t just ignore your holiday stress. Instead, try PEMF therapy for stress management.

The negative effects of stress

Acute stress is a normal part of life, and it’s not always a bad thing. Stress is a natural response, and it can help you meet looming deadlines and overcome difficult situations. The problem with stress is when you feel stressed for extended periods of time. Chronic stress can affect your physical, mental and emotional health.

Stress can trigger migraine headaches, cause physical aches and pains, and it can lead to feelings of depression and anxiety. It can cause lethargy and fatigue, lead to sleep problems, and it can make it difficult to focus. Stress can make you irritable and it can get in the way of everyday life.

Letting holiday stress run rampant can turn the holidays from a joyous and celebratory affair into an unpleasant experience for you and those around you.

PEMF therapy for stress management

There are multiple health benefits associated with pulsed electromagnetic field therapy. PEMF therapy can improve physical, mental, and emotional health. The FDA recognizes PEMF therapy as a treatment for non-union fractures, wound healing, pain, tissue swelling, migraines, and depression.

Stress can cause body pain, headaches, and feelings of depression. PEMF therapy be used for stress management, but pulsed electromagnetic field therapy can also help treat and relieve the symptoms associated with stress.

If you’re interested in trying PEMF therapy to relieve your holiday stress, contact your local chiropractor, massage therapist, or physical therapist to see if they offer pulsed electromagnetic field therapy. For information about adding PEMF therapy to your practice, or for PEMF systems for personal home use, contact PEMF Complete online or call 877-473-6377.

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