What is Millimeter wave therapy? 


Millimeter wave is 1-10mm electromagnetic wave, it is equal to the frequency range 300GHZ-30GHZ, it is a low power, short wavelength, high frequency electromagnetic wave also called extremely high frequency electromagnetic wave.


Millimeter wave electromagnetic therapy is supplemented by way of energy through the meridians, body fluid pathways and neural pathways, to regulate the immune system.

Millimeter wave therapy is a kind of green therapy that is safe, effective and it has no toxic side effects.  Its unique electromagnetic resonance has an effect on the biological macromolecules, the visceral organs, can promote the growth of hematopoietic stem cells, improve the body's immune system, promote tissue repair and regeneration, promote inflammation absorption and ulcer healing.  It is quite effective for acute pain.

A review of different studies conducted on the effectiveness of millimeter wave therapy for pain relief showed some interesting results. Included in this review were studies on:

Headaches
Postoperative pain
Joint pain
Trigeminal neuralgia
Neurological pain from abdominal cancer
Burning mouth syndrome
Oral lichen planus
Vertebral osteochondrosis

Millimeter wave therapy is a form of non-invasive therapy that uses electromagnetic waves.  It focuses on helping the body deal with pain and inflammation in different conditions.  It is very popular in the countries of the former Soviet Union.   Many health professionals there are confident in its effectiveness.   At this point, it’s not yet that well-understood or studied enough to make it into the Western mainstream, but interest in it is increasing. 


But, if you have adrenal fatigue or NEM dysregulation, make sure you double-check with your practitioner or provider to see if this is the right step for you. This is especially the case if you are in the more advanced stages of AFS. That’s because we don’t really know how it will affect your adrenals, and whether it will add to the stress on your body or not.

Below is the link to one of the studies done that found its effectiveness on acute pain.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1475937/