Free Articles, Free Web Content, Reprint Articles
Saturday, January 18, 2020
Free Articles, Free Web Content, Reprint ArticlesRegisterAll CategoriesTop AuthorsSubmit Article (Article Submission)ContactSubscribe Free Articles, Free Web Content, Reprint Articles

Electromagnetics, the New Acupuncture

Acupuncture and electromagnetic therapy are similar alternative treatments by virtue of both therapies rebalancing Qi energy flow.

Everyone these days has heard of acupuncture and magnetic therapy. But did you know that acupuncture and electromagnetic therapy are similar alternative treatment options? We know acupuncture to be a technique where needles are inserted into the body at various key points. The treatment relies on something called Qi energy (pronounced Chee) that passes through twelve meridians or invisible energy lines within the body. Each energy line links to a specific organ system; the belief is that any imbalance in Qi energy flow leads to a disease or ailment. The key component of acupuncture treatment is the insertion of needles at precise locations on the meridian lines. These extremely thin, metallic needles, when set are manually manipulated or connected to an electrical source to provide stimulation. The stimulation is applied to the cell tissue at the treatment point which provides a boost to the Qi energy flow. Sometimes immediate relief can be obtained from a treatment but more commonly multiple treatment sessions are required to achieve the desired result.

Electromagnetic therapy, to be specific, a magnetic energy field created by the flow of an electrical current through a coil of wire is quite similar to acupuncture with one very advantageous difference. You see, electromagnetic therapy is applied in the same fashion as acupuncture by targeting treatment at a point along one of the twelve meridians just as is done with acupuncture. The major difference is that needles are not used to stimulate the cell tissue at the treatment point. If you're like me and don't like the thought of multiple needles penetrating your body, then you will find this quite interesting.

While traditional acupuncture achieves success by stimulating cell tissue to activate the flow of Qi energy by use of needles, electromagnetic therapy can achieve the same success without needles. The key to electromagnetic therapy is to cause an electrical current flow within cell tissue just as acupuncture does. To achieve this, a moving or rotating magnetic field is applied to a treatment point that induces an electrical current flow within an electrical path, in this case the human cells associated to the targeted treatment point form the electrical path.  This stimulates Qi energy and acts in exactly the say way as acupuncture but without the needles. 

If you have been considering acupuncture as an alternative treatment for ailments you may be suffering with, but are reluctant because of the needle, then this alternative is for you. To my knowledge there is only one device on the market that offers this form of alternative self treatment. The device is called the ImmuneOnOne and is made by Immune Sentry, Ltd. You can get more information about this device by visiting the Immune Sentry website. Keep in mind, a moving or rotating magnetic field is required to induce the therapeutic current flow.  Static devices such as magnetic bracelets, jewelryFree Reprint Articles, shoe inserts or even a static electromagnetic field device will not produce Qi energy flow.

Source: Free Articles from


This article is provided on behalf of Immune Sentry Ltd. For more information you are invited to visit .

Home Repair
Home Business
Self Help

Page loaded in 0.022 seconds