FSM Therapy: Frequency Specific Microcurrent
Whether it’s for muscle problems, neurological issues, or to help with detox, frequency specific microcurrent may be something that can help you when other traditional and alternative treatments have failed.
This article will attempt to leave behind the technical talk associated with frequency specific microcurrent therapy (FSM) and will look at some of the ideas behind how FSM is believed to work. I will also give you my impressions, results, and thoughts on my own experience with frequency specific microcurrent therapy.
- FSM uses different frequencies to send electricity into the body using wires.
- FSM therapists will describe different settings and frequencies such as detox, PTSD, or spinal cord inflammation which are settings for specific conditions.
- It’s often expensive-my treatments range from $140 to $160 per hour long treatment.
Each person will react differently to each treatment. Some people feel great after and some feel detox symptoms such as headache and fatigue for days or weeks. This makes since because electronic stimulation can cause an increase in muscle and organ activity which can lead to the sudden detox of stored toxins and also nerve irritation.
Studies have been done that demonstrate FSM therapy increases ATP production in the skin and lowers inflammation.
How Does FSM Work?
There are so many ideas and theories about how FSM works and what it can treat, cure, or prevent. Does it turn on dormant electrical pathways allowing the brain to regain function? Does it jump-start biological tissue or nerve repair processes and allow the body to take over? Those are just a few questions that haven’t yet been answered. There are many frequencies available that are labeled for things like depression and tendon inflammation. Each frequency can demonstrate a physical reaction in the area it's meant to cure or heal.
I have personally experienced long lasting headaches (2 weeks+) after FSM treatment but other people do not have any lasting side effects.
FSM may be beneficial for people who have not been able to move or exercise. The body needs movement for the nervous system to function properly. The FSM microcurrent basically forces the body and the brain to deal with information (electricity) from an outside source rather than from motion.
Frequency specific microcurrent is still a very unheard of therapy even in the alternative medicine world, but for people who have tried other things and still are not better, FSM is something worth looking into.
FSM machines range in cost from $1,000 to $2,600 for personal use units, but it is important to try out the therapy with an experienced FSM therapist before buying a unit. The room I have my treatments in looks like a standard massage room with a massage table. After taking my shirt off and laying down on my back, the therapist places a warm, moist towel under the neck and back. The towels are used to conduct the electricity, sometimes gloves are used too. The machine can be adjusted in many different ways-gentle or strong- and it's your job to tell the therapist what you are feeling, good, bad, relaxed, tense, etc.
The first appointment I had was 30 minutes and I was able to strongly feel all the different frequencies. At first the feeling was relaxed but then I would start to feel, well, electrocuted, like I was filling up with electricity.
- 1st 30 minute treatment I felt tired after and dehydrated. Same day as treatment I felt more alive(aware) and had clearer vision, second day I slept in for 4 more hours than normal.
- 2nd, hour long Felt tired after, dehydrated again, eyes were more clear for 2 days and I felt more alive, more connected to my body. Had flu-like symptoms for a week after.
- 3rd treatment, 1 hour Even though the unit was set to be the most gentle, I still felt every frequency quite strongly. Some people don't even feel the strongest settings! This time I did not experience flu-like side effects but I've had a constant headache for 2 weeks. My face also broke out with acne. I may or may not try more treatments.
The worst side effect I've had is the headache that hasn't gone away. I feel like the treatments have helped me detox, and helped my muscles with pain and inflammation. On the 3rd treatment I had a bad neck spasm that completely relaxed while the therapy progressed. The only thing keeping me from future treatment is the bad headache I have as a side effect. If after 3 or 4 treatments positive results are shown without negative effects then FSM seems like a good but costly option for people dealing with health issues..
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