Pulse Rates for Comfort and Efficacy

All Pulse Rates are beneficial to the body! But different PPS settings provide different Pulsing experiences and meet different needs. Let’s dive into the differences.

General Guidance

If PEMF were a treadmill, setting the pulse rate would be like choosing a speed, while setting the strength would be like selecting an incline. Use this additional setting option to optimize, customize, and maximize user comfort!

How to Control PPS

Solid State Systems

Advanced solid-state systems like thePulse XL Pro give owners full, independent control of the Pulse Rate and the Strength. This design unlocks 19 different Pulse Rates, including the Schumann Resonance, the same frequency as the earth’s geomagnetic field. Combined with Magnetic Field Strength increments up to 101 percent, that’s over 1,500 unique settings to dial in your experience at a level of precision that makes any session fully repeatable.

With this newfound control, users can customize the settings to achieve a comfortable, customizable experience. In addition, Pulse Professionals can dial in the settings to achieve clear-cut wellness goals.

Mechanical Machines

With mechanical machines like the Pulse X, Pulse X1, and all EQ units, a single dial controls both the Strength and the Pulse Rate, inversely. As you increase the Strength, you decrease the Pulses per second. And as you decrease the Strength, you increase the Pulses per second. Although this arrangement doesn’t provide much control over Pulse Rates, they are still part of the Pulsing experience.

User Experience

In terms of tangible experience, the delivery of the Pulse through a mechanical machine typically feels sharper to the user. Solid state systems, on the other hand, deliver smoother pulsing sensations even at higher strengths.
In addition to the difference of personal preference, the tangible experience of a solid state system may be more comfortable and less startling for those with sensory issues. That said, it is nearly impossible to adequately describe the difference between the two sensations without experiencing both.

Benefits Related to PPS

Overall, the benefits of Pulsing at slower pulse rates and faster pulse rates are comparable. You will not miss the mark for achieving results by choosing a low or high PPS.
More pulses per second means more stimulation of the cells throughout a session, but keep in mind that faster pulses will have lower peaks. Think of it this way: You cannot breathe quickly and deeply. Slow breaths will be deeper, and quick breaths will be shallower.

Benefits by Range

In general, lower to moderate Pulse rates typically provide an energizing experience, while higher Pulse rates offer a calming experience. Cater your selection of PPS settings to the needs of each user with comfort top-of-mind!
Low pulse rates from 1.0 to 2.0 are a great starting point for new users. When pulsing near acute, swollen or inflamed areas or recent injuries, PPS in this range can help you avoid aggravating the area with faster repeating pulses.

Moderate pulse rates from 2.5 to 5.0 deliver more pulses per second without sacrificing power at the peak of the pulse. For that reason, this range provides a more energizing, high-impact experience.

Higher pulse rates from 7.8 to 9.9 tend to relax the body and provide a soothing experience. The Schumann Resonance at 7.8 PPS mimics the pulsing geomagnetic field or the “earth’s heartbeat.” This and higher pulse rates capitalize on the same self-healing benefits as “grounding” or “earthing.”

Detoxification Support

Finally, a slow pulse rate at a low intensity can be used as a “cooldown” to help those who are sensitive to new experiences or prone to detoxification symptoms. If you or a client experience.
To learn how to best operate our Pulse PEMF systems, all our owners have access to our comprehensive Pulse training program, free with the purchase of a Pulse PEMF system. Because our training is available virtually, you can complete the training at your own pace.
All the Pulse principles, including Pulse rate setting selection, are covered extensively in the multi-level training program. However, if any questions arise, the Pulse Success Team would love to support you. Our specialists are available Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET!
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