Introdução

Em todo o material apresentado neste blog incluindo os artigos, ficou demonstrado que inexiste qualquer efeito colateral ou adverso ligados às terapias apresentadas. Nenhuma publicação ou trabalho apresentado, questiona ou não recomenda a utilização das terapias por motivos de perigo, muito pelo contrário, pois justificam que trata-se de terapias não-medicamentosas, inofensivas e não invasivas.

Em se tratando de terapias quânticas, é fato que todos os mecanismos pelos quais elas agem não são plenamente conhecidos e, ainda, não estão bem determinados; contudo, evidências de efeitos terapêuticos e da melhora da biodisponibilidade orgânica são constatadas em vários aspectos da saúde humana por meio destes recursos terapêuticos.    

Palavras Chave

Palavras chaves: static magnetic fields, magnetotherapy, far infrared rays, FIR rays, vibromassage, mechanical vibration, pulsed electromagnetic fields, extremely low frequency, |PEMFs, pemfelf, pain, therapy, dor, terapia, campo eletromagnético pulsado, baixíssimas frequências, FIR, infra vermelho longo, infra vermelho distante, magnetoterapia, campo magnético estático, síndrome de Kleine-Levin, síndrome das pernas inquietas, imãs, insônia, enxaqueca, magnetoterapia. 

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