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Magnetic Pulsing

Can I use my magnetic pulser at the same time as the blood electrification unit?
Is it safe to do magnetic pulsing on more sensitive areas like the genitals, eyes, brain?
Does magnetic pulsing have an effect on nerve pain or neuropathy?
How many "pulses" should I do with the magnetic pulser before I change its position?
Can I use my magnetic pulser at the same time as the blood electrification unit?

Yes! It's really a matter of what you decide you prefer, what's most effective for you, and what works for your schedule.

As examples, some people like using micropulsing/blood electrification and pulsed magnetic fields simultaneously - they feel it's a much more efficient use of time. Others prefer micropulsing during the day and magnetic pulsing in the evening.

Our best advice - experiment to see what works for you and make adjustments as you go. Ultimately, the best choice for you is whatever works for you so that you can use the units regularly.

Please remember to drink lots of water (ozonated water is a great idea before and after micropulsing and magnetic pulsing!) to help the body flush out those toxins.

If you haven't already, be sure to see the Guide to Using the Beck Protocol for usage tips.

Is it safe to do magnetic pulsing on more sensitive areas like the genitals, eyes, brain?

Yes. Generally, magnetic pulsing can be used anywhere on the body, head to toe. We don't advise using in special situations like pregnancy, pacemakers, or with certain implants. Please check with the manufacturer; such situations are often contraindicated and you'll want to do your homework before proceeding.

Does magnetic pulsing have an effect on nerve pain or neuropathy?

While almost all testimonials indicate that pulsed magnetic fields are particularly effective for pain relief, we've received and posted a few testimonials indicating the use of a pulsed magnetic field increased nerve pain. In the case of L.W. in the United States, despite increased pain,

Something deep down compelled me to continue to stick with the magnetic pulser, and so I pushed through that pain. ...
Much to my delight, after about a month of the pain getting worse, I started noticing a substantial decrease in pain. It subsided gradually but consistently over the course of a few weeks to a point where I started totally forgetting the pain!

While medical science does not have a specific cause for pain from nerve damage or from neuropathy which is considered permanent, we discovered that the books by Anthony William, state the cause. Anthony William pinpoints a virus as the cause of today's chronic diseases or mystery illnesses as he calls them—including nerve inflammation. He also indicates there has been a "viral explosion" which accounts for the increase in chronic diseases. More specifically, he pinpoints the shingles virus, a member of the Herpes virus family as the cause of Neuropathy:

Neuropathy is not a complication of diabetes, it's a result of the shingles virus inflaming the nerves of extremities like the feet. I have called this condition Neuralgic Shingles and shared the truth about it in my book Medical Medium. When someone is experiencing nerve problems in the form of gum pain, jaw pain, or strange sensations, they might be diagnosed with neuralgia, which is also caused by the shingles virus. ( www.medicalmedium.com/blog/healing-your-neurological-system )

This gives a plausible explanation as to why the application of a pulsed magnetic field increased pain—the resulting microcurrents and increase in oxygen begin to strengthen the immune system. When our immune system targets the virus an increase in symptoms can occur. While the Medical Medium provides information about foods and herbs to eradicate the virus, a wealth of feedback on the use of the Beck Protocol, which includes magnetic pulsing, indicates it helps the body deal with a broad range of illnesses, including viral conditions.

How many "pulses" should I do with the magnetic pulser before I change its position?

This is entirely up to you - there is no right or wrong number of pulses. A starting point for doing an all-over body treatment, e.g. lymph glands, one could "pulse" 5 to 10 times before moving to the next location. You can choose a certain number of minutes, or even an entire session (approximately 20 minutes) can be focused on a certain area. Remember you have the freedom to adjust and use the unit as it feels right for you. It all depends upon what your goal is - do you have a certain area in your body that needs special attention or are you looking for an overall pick-me-up?

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