For example, one such study conducted at the Weill Medical College of Cornell University demonstrated that Pico Tesla magnetic resonance energies could regenerate nerve ultrastructure secondary to poisoning with neurotoxin. Clear demonstration of normalization of myelin sheath, mitochondrial function, and Schwann cell release of nerve growth factor was noticed. From a clinical perspective, Pico Tesla magnetic field profiles have been shown to ameliorate peripheral neuropathy. In point of fact, pineal hypothalamic tract mediation has been related to HPA axis stimulation of the stress hormone cortisol, and very specific magnetic resonance energies have been demonstrated to enhance feelings of relaxation through regulation, most specifically of parasympathetic innervation. Studies at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center have additionally revealed that low level, Pico Tesla magnetic resonance energies may affect heart rate variability quite positively, as well as A-V conduction mechanisms. Recent studies at the Heart Rhythm Institute revealed the potential for Pico Tesla magnetic field amelioration of paroxysmal atrial fibrillation non-invasively. It appears that there is little doubt affecting the magnetic profile of tissues will provide global responses of a positive nature when natural magnetic field profiles are utilized. The aforementioned are simply some of the benefits thus far gleaned from the usage of this new non-invasive, holistic methodology. There is little doubt that magnetic resonance therapy is still in its infancy, but the method known as Jacobson Resonance should be extensively researched.
Professor Jerry I. Jacobson