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I don’t know about you, but when I find a pain relief medication/product/treatment that works, I make sure to use it every single day.
When something continues to provide relief month after month and year after year, I have to tell everyone I know because I want them to experience the same relief that I have.
It reduces inflammation better than anything I have ever tried.
In the span of two years, the only relief to not have lasted is in regards to my abdominal adhesions. Because surgery is the only way we could have been able to see what PEMF therapy was doing with those adhesions, whether they were loosened or something else, we will never know. But based on my current pain level and symptoms, my guess is that they were loosened, but remained attached to my internal organs.
I have come to this conclusion because they didn’t become an issue again until the summer of 2018 after my car accident. Prior to the accident, I focused the majority of my daily PEMF treatments on my abdomen.
After the accident, I redirected treatment to the injured areas. All it took was a few months of not treating my abdomen daily to give the adhesions an opportunity to go wild.
While not the adhesion blaster I had hoped it would be, running ten plus hours of treatments on my abdomen currently is the only thing that is bringing down the inflammation and pain that I am experiencing due to my bowels being strangled by adhesions.
In regards to my other chronic illnesses, PEMF therapy is continuing to improve how they impact my life.
Inflammation in my feet used to keep me from walking. I couldn’t wear sneakers prior to PEMF therapy, but I can now!!
Inflammation in my spine made standing for more than five minutes an impossible task. After a few months of PEMF therapy and the pain in my lower back that had plagued me 24/7 since February of 2011 was gone!
Running treatments on my spine when a storm front or heatwave begins moving in has decreased the severity and frequency of the flares that used to incapacitate me for days.
I suffer from fewer and fewer migraines.
No side effects
Unlike all of the medications I was put on in hopes of reducing nerve pain, I have suffered zero side effects.
In fact, it takes the pressure from one heck of a storm or heatwave to trigger pain in that area.
Feel good factor
Minus my current abdominal issue, I feel great. Seriously, in the past any new or reoccurring pain would trigger a flare from all of my chronic illnesses, but not this time.
For the first time since 2001, I am truly only dealing with one problem!
Daily PEMF treatments are continuing to keep the biggest instigator, inflammation around my spine, low enough to not aggravate my other illnesses.
I remember how terrifying it used to be to have my entire body reacting to one symptom or pain. That memory is why I make sure to strap my device to my body every day and to continually hit the on button throughout my day.
Don’t take my word for it!
Click here to read and listen to others who have experienced similar relief from using Oska Pulse.
Click here to read third party reports in regards to what symptoms it has shown to help with.
As I mentioned early in the post, I am an affiliate with Oska Wellness. But that is not why I share my love for this device, it is because it works!!!
I would have never gone hiking, walked to raise money for suicide prevention, and so much more in the past two years if it wasn’t for the reduction of inflammation that this product provides. Also, as an affiliate, I am able to offer you a savings of $55 when you enter my discount code DIVA at checkout!
Maybe you aren’t sure if Oska Pulse is the PEMF product for you…..
I don’t care if you choose another manufacturer over Oska Pulse. I just want you to do the research and to find the device that fits both your needs and budget.
Have you tried PEMF therapy?