A modern stress treatment clinic opened in Bristol, UK. Dr. Knut Pfeiffer, a UK-based German cardiologist specializing in stress-related conditions, developed a new electromagnetic stress therapy. The treatment is based on the body’s natural electromagnetic field, being both drug-free and non-invasive.
More information is available at http://impuls7.co.uk.
Stress and stress-related conditions have recently become the most important health issues throughout the western world. While pharmaceutical companies constantly release stress-relieving medicines, more and more people are concerned with the potential side effects of traditional synthetic treatments. Such unwanted effects range from nausea and agitation to weight gain and sexual dysfunction, making antidepressants and anxiety medicines potentially problematic, especially for vulnerable population groups such as pregnant women or the elderly.
Stress, anxiety and depression can be an underlying cause or a contributor to a wide range of other diseases and disorders including insomnia, high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes, eye problems, joint pain, asthma, obesity, headaches, gastroesophageal reflux disease, irritable bowel syndrome, Alzheimer’s disease and accelerated aging. The World Health Organization has stated stress has reached epidemic levels with no widely accepted orthodox treatment.
Impuls7, Dr. Pfeiffer’s new electromagnetic waves therapy, comes as a direct response to traditional drug-based treatments. The result of 35 years of research in the human electromagnetic field, this therapy uses low-frequency waves ranging from 0 to 95 micro tesla to balance the body’s natural physiological fields. The electromagnetic waves are initially aimed at the solar plexus in a sequenced pattern, from where they are directed towards individual cells.
As a result of the operating procedure, and unlike traditional pharmaceutical stress treatments, this electromagnetic therapy avoids placing any strains on the human body. The patients are placed in an isolated chamber called CUBUS, which protects them from negative electromagnetic interference caused by mobile phones, wi-fi equipment, and other electronic devices. The ensuing procedure is non-invasive, and patients remain clad throughout the electromagnetic session.
Impuls7 has been used by a large number of people, from diplomats and members of Royal families to professional athletes. It is suitable for anyone suffering from stress or stress-related conditions, provided that they’re not restricted from using electromagnetic wave therapy. There is no recovery time, and no additional drug treatment is necessary.
This electromagnetic waves stress therapy has been officially certified by the prestigious TÜV South Germany, under German Patent Number DE 10 2009 017 229.7.
Dr. Pfeiffer’s stress therapy clinic is situated at The House Clinics, 118 Redland Road, Bristol, BS6 6QT United Kingdom. Interested parties can find more details on the clinic and the new electromagnetic waves therapy at the link above.
Release ID: 149756