(The power of Love) The possible Anti-Cancer effect of the heart electromagnetism | by Mohamed Elfatih | Dec, 2021

Mohamed Elfatih
Heart Energy Field

Research idea

This article will try to describe the possible effect of the heart electromagnetic field on cancer cells and cells integrity by showing the effect from the results of studies that use electromagnetism on cancer cells (apart from Heart Electromagnetism), assuming that this effect is done in the body by the heart electromagnetic field by affecting the mitochondrial voltage-dependent anion channels (VDAC) which is dependent on the mitochondrial outer membrane potential (ΨIM), especially with the interesting results from applying different electromagnetic field frequencies on cancer cells and the results from the “HeartMath” institute show that the heart electromagnetic field is alternating by the emotional state of an individual and the observations about an improvement of cancer patients and their tolerance to treatment by their emotional state and family support.

Cancer is considered one of the most complicated and hazardous clinical issues, according to WHO it is the second leading cause of death globally (approximately 9.6 million deaths in 2018, about 1 in 6 deaths is due to cancer), although there is many types of cancer all of it shares the same basic features which involve the multistage transformation of the normal cells generally from a precancerous lesion to a malignant tumor [WHO 2018].

It can be a result of the interactions of the person’s genetic factors and external physical, chemical, or biological carcinogens, also there are major risk factors such as Tobacco or alcohol use, unhealthy diet, physical inactivity, and some chronic infections [WHO 2018].

Cancer can arise elsewhere in the body near-normal cells this make it difficult to target just the cancer cells among the normal ones, the most helpful and effective treatment approach is that based on the ability to reach the cancer cells without affecting the normal tissues, a non-invasive technique like using the electromagnetic field is rising due to the ability of this waves to penetrate all tissues and body areas.

From the 19th century, the relation between electricity and magnetism is clear, whenever there is a changing electrical current (on and off or pulsed) a changing magnetic field will be, and this changing field can produce or alternate a remote voltage. The largest electromagnetic field in the Human body is generated by the heart, the electrical field of it which is measured by the electrocardiogram (ECG) is greater in amplitude than the brain waves recorded in an electroencephalogram (EEG) by about 60 times. And the magnetic component of the heart’s field is about 5000 times stronger than that produced by the brain and permeates every cell because it is not impeded by tissues, it can be measured several feet away from the body and may carry information similar to that carried by radio waves [McCraty 2014]. These field frequencies and patterns change alternatively according to the person’s state (happy, furious, sad, etc.), also when people touch or they are in proximity, they affect and transfer the electromagnetic energy produced by their hearts [McCraty et al. 2018].

The sinoatrial node (SA node) in the right atrium of the heart is responsible for generating the electrical activity, which is transmitted and propagated throughout the heart cells by the conducting system. This electrical activity is spontaneous but involuntary controlled by the brain through efferent (descending) pathways in the vagus nerve; that affect the heart rate as well as the Heart rate variability (HRV) which is the time variation between each beat and its consecutive beats (beat-to-beat interval variation). The HRV is important because it changes the generated Electromagnetic field for each block of beats even if the heart rate is the same, for example, if the heart rate is 70 per minute, the heart may reach this rate exactly each minute but with different HRV. And also the heart communicates with the brain through afferent (ascending) pathways in the vagus nerve which is the majority of fibers, most of them from the cardiovascular system, furthermore, independently from the brain the intrinsic cardiac nervous system has short and long-term memory functions [McCraty R 2015]; this lead to two ways and continuous connection between the Human heart and brain.

● Targeted treatment of cancer cells with RadioFrequency (RF) ElectroMagnetic fields (EMF) amplitude-modulated at tumor-specific frequencies provide clinical results and approve its safety and well-toleration. Using tumor-specific modulation frequencies and not randomly selected or tumor-specific frequencies identified in other tumor types lead to blocking cancer cell proliferation, disrupting the mitotic spindle, and modifying gene expression.[Zimmerman et al. 2013].

● Pulsed short electric fields induce either irreversible or reversible changes in cell membrane permeabilization. reversible changes markedly increase the chemotherapy penetration, Irreversible changes lead to cell death [Breton and Mir 2011].

However, there are studies about using the electromagnetic field to treat cancer but it lacks the specific determination of the frequencies and patterns that should be used, and also the possible target cell organelle that can be affected by the fields, this paper suggests using the heart-specific frequencies and patterns which may affect the mitochondria of cancer or precancerous cells specifically.

To apply the heart electromagnetic field frequencies and patterns on cancer cells

If the hypothesis is true, the application of specific frequencies and patterns of the electromagnetic fields can bring a new way to treat cancer in all stages or even target the hyper-negative precancerous cells.

The voltage-dependent anion channel (VDAC) is situated on the outer mitochondrial membrane, it depends on the membrane potential to change its state from open to close or vise versa taking into consideration that it allows and controls the influx and efflux of different metabolites, ions, and nucleotides in each state [Shoshan-Barmatz et al. 2015], the most interesting thing that this potential is different in hyperpolarized cancer cells from the normal (~-220 mV in cancer cells and ~-140 mV in normal cells) [Forrest 2015], this difference may allow the electromagnetic field at specific frequencies and patterns like the one emitting from the heart at certain situations to selectively target the hyperpolarized cancer cell, normally At high positive or negative potentials (> 40 mV), VDAC switches to lower conductance states (closure state) [Gincel et al. 2000],[Hodge and Colombini 1997] in this state some studies demonstrate that the VDAC showed higher permeability to Ca2+[Tan and Colombini 2007]. Assuming that the specific electromagnetic fields influence the VDAC to stay longer at closure state in just the hyperpolarized cells which lead to more Ca2+ influx, the Ca2+ overload trigger Mitochondrial permeability transition (MPT) lead to sudden permeabilization of the inner mitochondrial membrane [McCommis and Baines 2012] inducing apoptosis or for longer duration necrosis. I assume that the heart electromagnetic field at specific patterns (mode of change) and frequencies do this effect and alternate the VDAC state, The Heart Math institute researches about the Heart electromagnetism and its alterations according to the emotional state of the individual is very helpful to determine the specific frequencies and patterns in a certain individual stat at a specific period to apply on cancer cells.

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