Shealy-Sorin Wellness announces:
Our Gamma PEMF device has cured cravings for opioids in 10 individuals who had not been free of addiction since their opioid addictions began-up to 23 years earlier. Current conventional centers achieve such results in only 17% of patients.
Gamma PEMF Therapy: A Pilot Study For Its Use in Managing Opioid Addiction
By C. Norman Shealy, MD, PhD, Sergey Sorin, MD, DABFM and Lou Cassady
Pulsed electromagnetic frequency that activates brainwaves associated with contentment may reduce common opioid withdrawal symptoms, and thus, improve addiction treatment outcomes.
In 1977, John Knowles wrote that “95% of people are born healthy and become unhealthy because of human misbehavior.” This misbehavior may include obesity, smoking, inadequate intake of fruits and vegetables, inadequate exercise and inadequate sleep. The neurochemistry of poor self-esteem includes disorders in oxytocin and dopamine, both neurochemicals altered in those addicted to opioids.
Oxytocin deficiency has been demonstrated in the following diseases: hypertension, depression, anxiety, autism, ADHD, addiction, schizophrenia, heart disease, diabetes, cancer, obesity, and more. Oxytocin has also been associated, at least in animals, with gamma brain activity, which is, where simultaneous processing takes place, including reported links to memory, creativity, and contentment. Dopamine, the pleasure hormone, is particularly sought by addicts, and a lack of normal interrelation between oxytocin and dopamine appears to be the foundation for addiction.
Taking a step back to look at brain frequency, a well-adjusted individual has spontaneous variations in EEG brain rhythms with general frequencies ranging as such:
- Delta — 1-3 Hz deep relaxation
- Theta — 4-7 Hz relaxes creativity
- Alpha — 8-12 Hz relaxation
- Beta — 13-22 Hz learning, attention
- High Beta — 23-30 Hz anxiety
- Gamma — 31-100 Hz
- 40 Hz may be considered “in the zone” – a state of creativity and optimal contentment
Several years ago, the authors developed a specific pulsed electromagnetic frequency (PEMF) device (the Shealy-Sorin Gamma PEMF) which we later discovered led to a significant increase in gamm frequency in the EEG when applied close to the head. The device intuited frequencies ranging from 5.83 to 7 times 7.83 plus two, for a final total of 56.81 Hz.
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Norman Shealy, M.D., Ph.D. is the father of holistic medicine. He recommends autogenic focus (the basis of the Biogenics System) as part of your overall commitment to self-health. Register to download your FREE autogenic focus MP3 now.