Healing is Voltage
The human body is an incredibly complex system of cells, tissues, and organs. Each part of the body relies on biological processes to function effectively. Many of us are aware that nutrition, hormones, and rest are necessary for proper cellular functioning.
But did you know that electric voltage is also key?
At the Tennant Institute, we often say, “Healing is voltage.”
Too much of contemporary medicine ignores the electrical activity that occurs within our cells. Cells communicate through electrical signals, which are essential for maintaining bodily functions and ensuring overall well-being. Understanding the proper level of voltage required for body cells to function optimally is crucial for maintaining a healthy and balanced physiological state.
For some people, the secret to healing is voltage.
How the Body Uses Voltage
Cells in the human body possess a resting membrane potential, an electrical voltage that spans the outer membrane. This potential arises due to differences in the distribution of ions (charged particles) inside and outside the cell. The primary ions involved are sodium (Na+), potassium (K+), calcium (Ca2+), and chloride (Cl-). These ions play vital roles in cell signaling, muscle contraction, nerve impulse transmission, and many other physiological processes.
When voltage is off, healing can be hindered because disease is more likely to occur.
Optimal Voltage Range for Cell Functioning
The optimal voltage range for body cells depends on the type of cell and its specific function. However, most cells in the body maintain a resting membrane potential between -40 to -90 millivolts (mV). This potential is slightly negative, with the interior of the cell being negatively charged compared to the extracellular fluid. The voltage is maintained by the action of various ion channels and pumps, which actively transport ions across the cell membrane.
For example, nerve cells, also known as neurons, rely on proper voltage levels to generate and transmit electrical signals, allowing for rapid communication between different parts of the body. The resting membrane potential of neurons typically ranges from -40 to -70 mV, depending on the neuron type. Excitatory and inhibitory signals cause temporary changes in voltage, leading to nerve impulses that propagate along the neuron’s length.
Similarly, muscle cells, including skeletal, cardiac, and smooth muscles, require specific voltage levels for contraction and relaxation. Skeletal muscle cells maintain a resting membrane potential of around -90 mV, while cardiac muscle cells have a resting potential of approximately -80 mV. These voltage levels are critical for coordinated muscle contractions and the maintenance of a steady heartbeat.
When Voltage Levels Change, Healing is Compromised
Any disruption in the proper voltage levels of body cells can have profound consequences on cellular function and overall health. Certain medical conditions can lead to ion imbalances, affecting the resting membrane potential and impairing cellular communication. For instance, abnormal voltage levels in neurons may result in neurological disorders such as epilepsy or neuropathy.
Furthermore, conditions such as cardiac arrhythmias, which involve irregular heartbeats, can be caused by abnormalities in the electrical signaling of cardiac muscle cells. Similarly, muscular disorders and muscle weakness can arise from imbalances in voltage levels within skeletal and smooth muscle cells.
If you suffer from a chronic illness, then we recommend you visit the Tennant Institute for an assessment. We may be able to restore your cellular voltage and achieve healing.
Maintaining Optimal Voltage Levels
To ensure proper cellular function, it is crucial to maintain the optimal voltage levels for healing within the body. Several factors contribute to maintaining this delicate balance:
1. Nutrition: Consuming a balanced diet rich in essential minerals and electrolytes is important for maintaining optimal cellular voltage levels. Electrolytes such as sodium, potassium, calcium, and magnesium play a vital role in cellular function and maintaining the resting membrane potential.
2. Hydration: Maintaining adequate hydration levels helps maintain the proper balance of electrolytes within the body. Dehydration can lead to electrolyte imbalances, affecting the electrical activity of cells.
3. Exercise: Regular physical activity promotes healthy cellular function, as it enhances blood circulation and oxygen delivery to cells. Exercise also supports the proper functioning of ion channels and pumps, contributing to optimal voltage levels.
4. Stress Management: Chronic stress can negatively impact cellular function, including voltage levels. Healing through stress-reducing activities such as meditation, deep breathing exercises, or hobby engagement can help manage stress levels and promote overall cellular health.
5. Toxin Avoidance: Exposure to toxins, such as heavy metals or certain chemicals, can disrupt the electrical balance within cells. It is essential to minimize exposure to environmental toxins and adopt a healthy lifestyle to support cellular health.
6. Advanced Technology: Special machines can accelerate the body’s return to normal voltage, thus speeding up the healing process. For example, Dr. Tennant’s biomodulator has been shown to be effective in many cases. ECP beds, red light therapy, and hydrogen therapy can also lead to positive outcomes.
More people need to understand that optimal voltage for healing body cells is critical for maintaining overall health and well-being. Cells rely on precise electrical signaling to perform their functions efficiently. By ensuring proper nutrition, hydration, exercise, stress management, and toxin avoidance, we can support the optimal functioning of our cells. Additionally, seeking medical guidance when needed can help identify and address any disruptions in cellular voltage levels. Taking proactive steps to maintain cellular health contributes to a balanced physiological state, promoting overall wellness and vitality.