Transcript: POTS and multiple chemical sensitivities are autoimmune disorders, and I think that for that PEMFs have less of a role in these conditions except to reduce inflammation in the body. Because of the sensitivity of these people to all sorts of things, whether it’s nutrients, or supplements or electrical fields, sound, color, light, food sensitivities are very common in these situations, then you have to deal with the magnetic field therapy going low and slow. You may need to use very low intensities. High-intensity systems tend to work better in these situations than the multiple frequency systems, the whole body systems. The whole body systems tend to flood the body with stimulation and very often these nervous systems can’t deal with that well.
I recommend people get consultations if you want help on deciding on a system that you can use for yourself. I would contact us at drpawluk.com, at our 866 number, or firstname.lastname@example.org and set up a consultation. That’s the best way to deal with it cause it’s just too complex to try to figure it out on your own.
What I’ve seen happen too often is that people end up buying a very low-intensity system, like a BEMER, iMRS, QRS, Medithera, or even a Bio Balance and it’s just not going to work. I’m sure that there are people listening who have one of these devices and I know I will have stepped on toes, so I’m sorry about that. But I get calls on a regular basis from people who have these systems, or have used them and are not happy with their results. If you’re happy with your results, far be it for me to say that you shouldn’t use it, it’s gentle enough. It can’t do any harm. The only question is whether it’s doing enough good for the cost.