Reaction of human body to low-frequency pulsed magnetic field of 20 Hz and 8 mT intensity was assessed by the study (Löschinger et al., 1999) which focused on stimulation of intracellular calcium.
This study found that pulsed magnetic therapy influences calcium inside progenitor fibroblasts, which differentiate directly from stem cells.
Calcium in the cell – that is the intracellular Ca2+ signaling molecule – controls a variety of cell metabolic and developmental pathways and it is bound by protein calmodulin – CaM. It is here where low-frequency pulsed magnetic field affects the cell as it accelerates and improves the course of these processes. In the end, nitric oxide (NO) is produced through nitric oxide synthase (NOS).
Nitric oxide causes vasodilatation (widening of blood vessels) by acting on vascular smooth muscle and improves penile erection. It also increases relaxation of muscles in the digestive system which positively affects the movement of food through intestines.
The production of nitric oxide also occurs in the central nervous system where it probably has a role in learning and memory formation. However, it definitely fulfills the role of neurotransmitter here and thus transmits nerve impulses.
Low-frequency pulsed magnetic field with 20 Hz frequency and 8 mT intensity thus according to this study improves relaxation of muscles and blood circulation.
Reference: Löschinger, M. et al. (1999) Induction of Intracellular Calcium Oscillations in Human Skin Fibroblast Populations by Sinusoidal Extremely Low-Frequency Magnetic Fields (20 Hz, 8 mT) Is Dependent on the Differentiation State of the Single Cell. Radiation Research (2) p.195.
Induction of intracellular calcium oscillations in human skin fibroblast populations by sinusoidal extremely low-frequency magnetic fields (20 Hz, 8 mT) is dependent on the differentiation state of the single cell
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