We are certainly not qualified to say whether pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) therapy will really reduce your stress or improve your blood circulation, but it seems that there is enough legal research in progress that might be worth a try.After all, unless you have a pacemaker or other medical implants, it seems unlikely that a magnetic field will have any effect worse. Unfortunately, commercial PEMF machines can cost thousands of dollars, which makes it a rather expensive gamble.
But what if you can build one for as little as $10?This is the idea behind Simple DIY pulse electromagnetic field machine [mircemk] Have been working on, Judging from its ability to emit metal fragments in the video below, we are very confident that it does generate a very strong electromagnetic field. Even if it does not cure your illness, it should have interesting conversations around the hacker space.
Although the appearance of the machine may look a little imposing, the inside is indeed very simple. There is an old laptop power supply that provides 19 VDC, a dual MOSFET board, a potentiometer and a simple signal generator. The pulse from the signal generator trips the MOSFET, which dumps the output of the laptop power supply into the coil wound by the user. [mircemk] There is an open-air version of 17 cm (6.7 inches), wrapped with 200 turns of copper wire to treat large areas, and a version with a diameter of 8 cm (3 inches) with 300 windings, which can be used when you need Use when more targeted energy.
Some people are always skeptical of such medicinal claims, but commercial PEMF machines do prescribe users to help promote bone growth and healing, so the concept itself may not be as weird as it seems.