Easy to operate and just 16 minutes per day!
Using BEMER every day in combination with the sleep program is the formula for the best results. Just two 8-minute sessions per day are needed to improve your circulation. It is that easy to enhance your physical well-being.
Back pain has long been one of the most widespread health problems. The reasons for this are many, starting from uneven loads to poor positioning to lack of exercise. The lack of exercise in particular can be a real problem as this encourages muscular atrophy, which affects not only back health, but also blood flow. Circulatory disorders (e.g. in the muscular systems of our body) in turn can be a cause of back pain.
BEMER Vascular Therapy uses stimulation signals that enter the body via electromagnetic fields. They stimulate vasomotion, enabling the vessels to move more and better supply the body’s cells. This not only increases the general sense of well-being as a result of the metabolic waste products being transported away and nutrients being supplied to the cells again; it also enables medicines against back pain to be better transported to where they take effect.
BEMER Physical Vascular Therapy provides a way of stimulating key regulatory microcirculatory mechanisms by complex means in the event of dysfunction or disease.
Very recent findings – related to the regulation of tissue blood supply and the overarching nervous and humoral regulation – have presented a promising method of using biorhythmically defined simulative signals to generate a therapeutic physical stimulation of restricted or dysfunctional blood flow through organs.
The therapy provides critical underlying support for healing processes in the treatment of degenerative disorders of the musculoskeletal system. It assists in restoring an adequate supply to the relevant tissue cells, thereby helping to relieve pain caused by Arthritis. Targeted treatment of individual areas, however, must be achieved by means of simultaneous physiotherapeutic or pharmaceutical measures, although such measures would be much less successful or even entirely unsuccessful on their own.
Unfortunately, there is no “pill” that can treat fatigue syndrome or chronic fatigue syndrome.
Given that fatigue syndrome is likely to be a result of another disease or a co-symptom of a chronic disorder, fatigue syndrome can only be fully treated if the underlying diseases causing it is also treated.
However, as this is this often only possible to a limited extent or even not at all, the symptoms must be reduced by means of therapy or possibly medication, even though the patient may not be happy with this or the treatment may be very drawn out. The same applies to therapy and pharmaceutical treatments of chronic fatigue syndrome in the short term. This is why it is important for fatigue syndrome and chronic fatigue syndrome patients to independently undertake supporting measures to prevent exhaustion, tiredness and sleep disorders. This is where BEMER Physical Vascular Therapy plays an important role.
Diabetes negatively affects the way your blood flows through the body.
The most common diabetes complications are:
• Numbness or tingles in the hands and/or feet (neuropathy)
• Non-healing wounds such as Diabetic foot ulcers
• Surgical removal of extremities leading to disability
• Heart Attack
• Kidney Failure
• Cardiovascular Disease
• Erectile Dysfunction
Among patients with diabetic polyneuropathy (a disorder of the peripheral nerves that can give rise to pain, pins-and-needles sensations, burning or numbness in the arms and legs), a course of BEMER therapy lasting several weeks was successful in significantly improving the function of the subcutaneous microcirculation and the immune system.
Another study demonstrated that, where diabetes patients receiving conservative, outpatient treatment had undergone a 27-day course of BEMER therapy on their sores, these became significantly smaller than on diabetes patients in the control group. It was therefore possible to significantly improve the impaired healing of sores.
Viewed in a holistic therapeutic concept, this makes BEMER Physical Vascular Therapy an absolutely essential complementary treatment in the therapy of metabolic disorders such as diabetes mellitus (Type 1) and the prevention of metabolic syndrome, especially in these modern times dominated by stress and lack of exercise.
BEMER Physical Vascular Therapy is an excellent complementary treatment in the therapy of degenerative disorders of the musculoskeletal system such as rheumatism and is recommended by many doctors. Its effectiveness has been demonstrated and proven in a large number of scientific and observational studies.
BEMER Physical Vascular Therapy creates the means to stimulate the key regulatory mechanisms of the body’s microcirculation by complex means in the event of dysfunction or disease. Recent findings – related to the localized regulation of tissue blood supply and the overarching nervous and humoral regulation – have presented a promising method of using biorhythmically defined stimulative signals to generate a therapeutic physical stimulation of restricted or dysfunctional blood flow through organs.
By restoring an adequate supply of blood to the relevant tissue cells, the fundamental requirement for the healing process of degenerative diseases of the musculoskeletal structure is met – thereby also establishing the conditions needed for the relief of rheumatic discomfort. Targeted treatment of individual areas in the case of rheumatism, however, must be achieved by means of simultaneous physiotherapeutic or pharmaceutical measures. However, these measures alone would only be of limited success or entirely unsuccessful.
Many healthcare-related problems, including rheumatism, are not caused by the general failure of the organism’s control systems. In fact, the opposite holds true – the control systems continue to work, they just work in the wrong place, at the wrong time or with dysfunctional biorhythms. For this reason, the aim of any therapeutic procedure must be to stimulate the body’s own regulatory mechanisms in such a way that the dysfunction at hand can be brought under control by the organism itself using the natural mechanisms in place.
Pharmaceutical products are ineffective in this case. There is no effective medicine for this type of disorder. And even if such a product did exist, the dysfunction of the microcirculatory distribution means that the product would only at the required location in insufficient quantities. It would then have to be administered in such high dosages that there would be severe side effects.
Whilst it is an essential part of life, millions of people around the world are unable to sleep. They spend hours tossing and turning in their beds, and once they’ve finally fallen asleep, they wake up again after a short while. This constant lack of sleep not only impairs our sense of well-being, but also our health.
Those who worry or suffer from stress can often suffer from insomnia and can spend hours in bed in the evening brooding about it. Only after a long time do they manage to nod off, to wake up again in the early morning – hours before the alarm goes off.
Everyone experiences these phases – a relationship isn’t going well, work is overwhelming, and financial burdens impose a heavy toll. The reasons vary, but the consequences are always the same – sleep that is not peaceful and not long enough. Normally, however, these phases are gone within four weeks at the most. Sometimes though, insomnia feeds itself. Here the worry isn’t about specific life problems, but rather about falling asleep, which causes a vicious circle. Problems with sleeping make us uneasy and prevent us from getting our nocturnal rest. Poor sleep makes us unfocused and exhausted during the day.
There are many treatments for insomnia, but these rarely achieve effective results. The BEMER sleep program can improve falling and staying asleep, thereby supporting the body in essential self-healing and regenerative processes. Recent research has shown that at night, our organs distribute blood differently. This provides support for immunological processes during the nocturnal resting phase, which is of great importance to healthy organs.
The use of BEMER Physical Vascular Therapy can reduce the amount of time that the patient has to “suffer” with the sprain.
Sportsmen and women in particular appreciate the benefits of BEMER Physical Vascular Therapy, not just to achieve faster healing processes with sprains, torn muscles, torn ligaments etc., but also to avoid these.
The supply of adequate blood flow through the microvessels enabled by BEMER Physical Vascular Therapy allows for shorter warm-up and wind-down phases, and also for faster regeneration. The result is more effective training units. Ideally, microinjuries can also be repaired immediately, thereby heading off larger consequential injuries resulting from these – something that benefits not only sportspeople, but also non-sportspeople in their everyday lives.
While BEMER Physical Vascular Therapy is unable to prevent a sprain from developing in the course of everyday activities, it does help to reduce the duration of the healing process considerably. And it should not be forgotten that BEMER Physical Vascular Therapy is used not only to activate the body’s self-healing powers, but also in many other fields too. Examples of these are the strengthening of the immune reaction, optimizing mental performance, and the achievement of benefits for general well-being, for health, and also for sleep.
It also helps to enhance our reaction capability, is suitable as an alleviating measure for diseases, and much more. Overall, BEMER Physical Vascular Therapy creates a much better quality of life, something that is particularly highly appreciated in our modern high-performance society and with the diversity of factors in our private environment. Proof of the effectiveness of BEMER Physical Vascular Therapy has already been provided, with the production of 46 publications and a range of scientific studies listed in PubMed over the last 15 years, showing that a protective effect can be attributed to BEMER therapy.
One unfortunate movement, and the damage may already be done – torn ligaments! This is not something that just athletes and sports enthusiasts suffer from particularly frequently. In other walks of life and in other activities, torn ligaments – also known as ruptured ligaments – are not uncommon.
Why is this? The ligaments consist of taut connective tissue, are normally extremely strong and serve to stabilize the joints. However, sudden movements (for example, when running with high heels, tripping from a curb, or running on uneven surfaces) can cause a ligament to tear. And while the proverbial wisdom that you can rupture a ligament with the smallest movements is somewhat overstated, it’s also not all that far from the truth.
There is no doubt that torn ligaments are one of the most common sporting injuries to occur when playing football, rugby, basketball or squash for example. Among the known causes are a twisting of the knee or of the foot, things that occur often when playing football, for example. It is often the abrupt twist that causes a ligament to be so heavily overstretched that its fibres are pulled to breaking point. The joint can still be moved, but sadly only in certain directions.
Breaking these limits can quickly cause a ligament to tear. The sufferer will notice the acute symptoms extremely quickly, because a ligament rupture will be followed by sudden and intense pain that re-occurs whenever the area is put under further strain. Effusions are also frequent, not uncommonly causing swelling with possible bruising. The improper loads and postures will also almost always cause damage to other areas of the musculoskeletal structure.
It is necessary in this context to differentiate between treatment of acute symptoms and subsequent treatment. Acute symptoms should be treated by way of first aid by cooling the swelling so that it subsides. Between around 15 and 20 minutes are usually adequate in this connection. The injured area should also be rested in an elevated position. Such a position also reduces the flow of blood and relieves the pain. It is also recommended that a compression bandage be applied. A doctor should then be involved for subsequent treatment, if only because a layperson can often not tell a torn ligament apart from a sprain. The doctor will then decide whether an operation is necessary or whether the ligament tear can be healed using non-invasive, conservative methods. If surgical measures are necessary, the affected ligaments can either be rejoined or possibly replaced by other tendons in the body. Conservative treatments are performed by consistent exercises and muscular training. Other potential options are bandaging and possibly plaster-casting for stability.
The healing process of the torn ligament itself – whether conservative or surgical methods are applied – requires a healthy portion of patience. However, this process involves not only potentially the need for physiotherapeutic exercises – improving blood flow also plays a key role. Effective blood circulation improves the supply of nutrients to the affected tissue and reduces inflammation, enabling it to support the healing process after a ligament rupture massively. The use of BEMER Physical Vascular Therapy is particularly well-suited to this purpose. This vascular therapy activates the body’s self-healing potential, thereby supporting the healing of wounds and injuries, including those caused by ligament ruptures. A multidimensional signal structure provides effective stimulation for restricted or dysfunctional microcirculation, supporting the body’s key control mechanisms for healing, recovery and regeneration processes. The support that BEMER Physical Vascular Therapy provides in the regeneration processes has been confirmed by a series of studies that have scientifically demonstrated the effectiveness of BEMER Therapy. For example, BEMER Therapy enables improvements in microcirculation, which has a positive impact on the healing process of ligament ruptures, which in turn can reduce the time that the patient spends suffering following a ligament rupture.