Our body has its electromagnetic field. When we are under stress, this field decreases. Many people wear a metallic ring or magnetic bracelet to strengthen the electromagnetic field in their bodies. But what is an electromagnetic field?
Our bodies are made up of cells, which are made up of atoms. An atom is a centralized region of extreme density and positive charge (the nucleus), surrounded by a region of standing ‘probability waves’ which describe the wave function of the electron.
Every atom has its electric field, and when you put two atoms close together, they can mess around with the electric field of the other. Everything we experienced with our body occurred because we’re both surrounded by our force field, and the insides of our bodies contain electrical generators, which they use to send signals through our body.
Virtually every single process which is keeping us alive can be traced back to an electric field that some component of our body is creating.
In short, we are an electric field — a giant electric field that holds our atoms together, and which uses other electric fields to talk to other bits of ourselves. Not only is it possible that the human body creates electromagnetic fields — it is the only way you can exist as a coherent entity.