Every cell of the human body is vibrating or oscillating. This can be visually observed in video footage under high magnification when red blood cells travel through vessels or macrophages chasing bacteria. Pulsed electromagnetic fields with an appropriate frequency spectrum are capable of producing cellular resonance = vibration at maximum amplitude. They trigger the respective carrier frequencies of receptors (neuropeptides) with the aim to stimulate a variety of functions around and within each cell. The human body consists of roughly 75 trillion cells (depending on size and weight) whereas each cell membrane holds over 1 million neuropeptide receptors. A precisely defined pulsating electromagnetic field within the biological window signals all these receptors simultaneously at the speed of light and encourage them to resonate with the applied vibrations. This is the essential property of PEMF. The profound beneficial effects in human physiology through PEMF`s are initiated through improved inter- and intracellular communication and interaction produced by the induction of resonance within the body. Until today it is not scientifically proven, that frequencies outside the biological window are capable of creating resonating effects on cellular structures.
The higher the frequency, the more difficult it is to gauge the effect on the cell. Importantly, this applies to “unnatural” frequencies in the KHz and MHz range exposed by wireless home phones, smartphones, WIFI routers and many common household electrical devices. The newest and most effective generation of medically certified PEMF systems, the iMRS prime or Omnium1, target the extremely low frequency range – matching known tonic oscillatory vibrations of the body’s cells. They represent the gold standard of the utilization of advanced computerized stochastic resonance modeling to achieve maximum cellular resonance.