Australian born anatomy and physiology professor Dr. Ross Adey from UCLA School of Medicine, coined the term “biological window” (Bawin and Adey 1976).
Excerpt from www.pemf.com:
“A biological window is a range or spectrum of electromagnetic energies that are readily accepted by the body and converted to positive physiological responses. Signals that fall outside the biological window have little or no effect, or in some cases a negative or toxic effect. As an analogy, audible frequencies can be pleasant (e.g., a symphony) or can be destructive (e.g., the sound of an explosion can permanently destroy hearing).
Research has proven that living tissues readily detect, absorb and utilized electromagnetic signals within some frequency ranges and completely ignore other frequencies naturally encountered in the frequency spectrum.
The magnetic resonance stimulation delivered by the iMRS within the biological window can have a profoundly positive impact on health. Stimulation at frequencies and amplitudes outside the biological window will produce little or no positive health benefit.
This means that there is a range of intensities and frequencies for which the tissue is especially receptive. Magnetic fields pass through the body virtually without encountering any resistance. If the magnetic field impulses reach the body in a certain frequency, they can resonate with the natural oscillation of cells and organ systems.
One of the greatest strengths of the engineering and design of the iMRS is the care with which the frequencies, intensities and waveforms are assembled to perfectly match up with the active biological windows of the human body.
The resonance effect restores disrupted or abnormal cellular and/or cell receptor oscillations that are vital for metabolic processes, circulation, cell regeneration and the immune system.“
This means, in layman’s terms, that the magnetic field generated by the iMRS helps every cell in your body restore its optimal functionality.
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