Tampa, FL–(business wire) — Harry Massey’s lifelong goal of detecting, modifying and protecting human energy led to the creation of Energy4Life, a GEM wearable device. After suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome for nearly a decade after an ice-climbing accident, Massey joined several healthcare companies focused on bioenergetics (the biology of energy in living systems), including the newest, Energy4Life. I’ve been telling you the challenges of.
“I’ve been thinking about this for over 20 years. Energy4Life has raised $2 million from its first $5 million funding round,” said Massey, preparing to launch the GEM wearable in October 2023. I added that I do.
Energy4Life’s Board of Directors includes Professor Hemal Patel, Vice Chair of Medical Research at the University of California, San Diego. A study led by Patel showed that this technology could increase mitochondrial density by up to 50% and protect mitochondria from reactive oxygen species damage by up to 67%. This suggests a reduction in cellular oxidative stress. Further research is being conducted on its ability to help manage energy and emotions, reduce stress, and improve sleep and energy when needed.The board includes investor Kitty Stonebrunner and Integrative Nutrition Research. It also includes Marcello Anzalone, the company’s president.
“Our work is to study the body’s field-based control system, as opposed to the well-studied chemical-based control system,” said Massey. “This work builds on giants like Albert Einstein, the sole master of particles, and Professor Fritz Albert Popp, who studied biophoton emission and internal communication.”
Energy4Life’s wearable devices detect a user’s physical and emotional energy through their pulse and provide photon-based bio-signatures studied through the wearable device to correct the energy in real time. Energy protection is provided through personalized meditations and biofeedback within the app. Bioenergetics “will revolutionize medicine by reducing costs, producing fewer side effects, and most importantly, making it more effective than chemical-based solutions,” Massey said. .
According to a survey by the American Psychological Association, 79% of employees said they experienced work-related stress, and 44% reported physical fatigue. This is his 38% increase from 2019. Additionally, when it comes to millennials, the largest adult population, the Shaklee US Health and Wellness Study found that since the start of the pandemic: And 65% report that “stress is interfering with my happiness, success, and overall achievement in other areas of my life.”
Massey found himself beginning a complete lack of energy after falling while ice climbing at the age of 21. After many chemical-based medical attempts to restore energy failed, Massey discovered bioenergetics, driving him to mail a letter to a leading professor in the field.Peter Fraser
The following year, Massey admitted that he was essentially Fraser’s “experimental guinea pig.” The two started a practitioner-focused bioenergy company called NES Health, which is currently helping over 150,000 people recover their energy.
“When I started, the technology didn’t exist to create wearable devices or anything like Energy4Life, but now the technology has caught up and GEM wearables have made it possible for people like me with low or no barriers to It’s become a way to help overcome chronic fatigue,” added Massey. “We hope the GEM wearable will demonstrate the life-changing effects of bioenergetics and the movement of the world,” Massey said. It’s set to make our spirits shine.”
“Our mission to restore humanity’s energy for life extends beyond our lifetimes until the day bioenergy becomes a conscious choice for all,” Massey said. rice field.
For more information on GEM wearables, please visit: https://www.energy4life.com/