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MAGNAWAVE BENEFITS FOR DEPRESSION

MAGNAWAVE BENEFITS FOR DEPRESSION

Recently, MagnaWave Vice President Alane Paulley conducted a Women’s Wellness Webinar discussion about MagnaWave benefits for depression. Specifically, she spoke on her own experience with postpartum depression but also depression of all types.

The World Health Organization recently reported that 350 million people around the world suffer with depression, and there’s a 20% lifespan rate in the United States. Depression is also the leading cause of disability in developed countries.

Alane, a mother of three, suffered from postpartum depression herself, and understands how badly it can affect daily life as a whole, from your family to work. There are many different forms of depression, such as postpartum. There’s also a large population of functionally depressed people. Functional depression is where you’re going through your day to day life, maybe everybody doesn’t see it, but when you get home you know you feel it. Your thoughts aren’t happy, it may affect sleep, and physical well-being.

LESS MEDICATION USE WITH MAGNAWAVE BENEFITS FOR DEPRESSION

Ms. Paulley noted there weren’t many options for her postpartum depression. Medications could take four to six weeks to work, and she was nursing. She wasn’t comfortable with the idea of taking medication while breastfeeding. So, she started to exercise, eat better, take walks outside, then she added MagnaWave to her routine. After a 20-minute session, about six weeks after both her first and second child, she felt better.

With her third child, she began MagnaWaving her body after her c-section from the time she was home from the hospital. She MagnaWaved her surgery cite, but also her head. She did not experience postpartum depression with this child.

Mrs. Paulley shared her testimonial in hopes that people will realize there are other options available for depression. She is not a doctor and stresses that you should keep your doctor informed as you MagnaWave yourself. She reports that after sharing her testimony there are other people reporting MagnaWave benefits for depression in their lives.

WHAT IS THE PROTOCOL TO ACHIEVE MAGNAWAVE BENEFITS FOR DEPRESSION?

The biggest question Alane gets is, “How do I MagnaWave for depression?” Many times practitioners and clients want an exact protocol for MagnaWave benefits for depression. Is it ten minutes on this side and ten on that? Do I apply MagnaWave to the head, the chest or the back? The answer for everyone is different.

Generally speaking, Alane recommends starting on a low setting and place the loop or Zoom paddle on one side of the head for ten minutes then on the other for an additional ten. She also MagnaWaves her entire body on a regular basis because depression can manifest with aches and pains, insomnia and other ways. MagnaWave benefits for depression can be achieved using all of these methods.

USING MAGNAWAVE WHILE NURSING

Alane notes that you can use MagnaWave while nursing. All MagnaWave does is oxygenate the blood. MagnaWave is non-invasive and drug-free.

Ms. Paulley also noted two additional benefits of MagnaWave while nursing:

  • It can help clear up mastitis
  • If you place the loop or paddle over the breast it may help increase milk supply

HOW DOES MAGNAWAVE BENEFIT DEPRESSION?

Harvard conducted a double-blind sham study utilizing PEMF for depression. They found that besides the oxygenation of the blood, PEMF helps with the glucose metabolism of regions of the brain involved in depression and anxiety. These regional changes have been mapped in the brain extensively by neuroscientists and found, by neurofeedback, to change even with very low signals. What it is doing is changing the feedback from the brain and metabolism regions of the brain. PEMF stimulation affects the electrical activity of neurons that then change the neuronal network that changes the area of the brain that controls mood. MagnaWave also helps with sleeping and physical changes that affect depression as well.

IMPORTANT THINGS TO NOTE

There are a few things to note when MagnaWaving someone for depression.

  1. Keep in mind that, at first, you may experience a few more aches and pains. Many times, people think the sessions aren’t working and they’re actually getting worse, but what’s actually happening is they’re going through a detoxification. It’s important to always drink lots of water before and after sessions to help flush out the system.
  2. If you are using MagnaWave for depression and taking medication, do not cut your medication. Work with your doctor throughout the entire process. Talk to them about what you’re doing. Your doctor will reduce your medication when you both think the time is correct.
  3. Diet and exercise are huge contributors to mental health.
  4. It’s not a one and done type of thing. You’re not going to have one session and be cured. You may feel better, but it’s not going away. If you’re doing MagnaWave to benefit your depression, try to MagnaWave as much as you can the first couple weeks. Once a day or twice a week is great.

ANOTHER SUCCESS STORY USING MAGNAWAVE BENEFITS FOR DEPRESSION

MagnaWave has a client who, when she first came to us her depression, was extremely severe. She’d already undergone ECT convulsive therapy, TMS (transcranial magnetic stimulation), ketamine treatments and was taking somewhere between eight to ten medications and had even attempted suicide. After two weeks of MagnaWave sessions, she wanted to quit.

But Alane convinced her to finish out the month.

She came every day and by the end of the month she was smiling, happy, and she had hope. She sat down with Alane and started to cry. “I’ve never felt this good,” she said. She now owns her own MagnaWave machine and uses it on herself.

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