BEMER PHYSICAL VASCULAR THERAPY

BEMER Physical Vascular Therapy improves microcirculation and promotes the blood flow in the smallest blood vessels. This improves the performance of the body’s cells, which in turn favours the body’s own self-healing powers.

 

This short film shows you EXACTLY what is happening each time you have an 8 minute BEMER Vascular Therapy session. The effect from just one session will last up to 16 hours.

This video shows a capillary which is located in the intestine. The first part shows slow blood flow with barely any delivery of white blood cells. Shortly after the beginning of the BEMER session blood flow has increased and red blood cells which have accumulated are slowly being broken up. During the therapy, the delivery of white blood cells has improved and both vasomotion and blood flow has increased. After the BEMER session you can see that there is a significant increase in vasomotion and blood flow along with delivery of white blood cells.

 

The circulation of our blood is the engine that keeps us going – it’s what makes our bodies work.  Our blood supplies our tissues and organs with nutrients and oxygen while removing and disposing of resulting waste products.

We’re all familiar with the knowledge that our heart pumps blood to our arteries and veins but did you know that 74% of our circulatory system is made up of the smallest of blood vessels which are known as the capillaries? The capillaries surround all of the organs and tissues in our body and are vital to cellular function. These small vessels are multiple times smaller than a human hair and are commonly known as the ‘microcirculation’.

Too much stress, too little sleep, an unbalanced diet, unhealthy living habits, disease, and of course aging slow down the pumping action of the microcirculation. This affects the vast majority of people. As a result, blood cells move much too slowly and can no longer adequately fulfil their tasks. Deficient supply to tissues and organs over the long term leads to a decline in physical and mental fitness, pain, disorders and disease.

Bemer Physical Vascular Therapy improves microcirculation and promotes the blood flow in the smallest blood vessels. This improves the performance of the body’s cells, which in turn favours the body’s own self-healing powers

BEMER Physical Vascular Therapy uses a multidimensional signal structure that provides effective stimulation for restricted or dysfunctional microcirculation, supporting the body’s key control mechanisms for prevention, healing, recovery and regeneration processes. This treatment assists the function of the white blood cells, enabling them to be quickly activated against foreign threats to health.

The heart keeps the blood cells moving through the bloodstream. Blood cells must nevertheless supply and clean an area of more than 120,000 kilometres. Since the heart cannot handle this alone, it needs help: the smaller blood vessels propel the blood cells through their own pumping movements (vasomotion), thereby supporting the heart.

Their movements also regulate the blood flow in such a way that areas with higher supply needs at a given moment are better supplied with blood than areas that happen to have a lower need. For example, the muscles’ need for supplies is high during sports activities, while the brain is less in need. In a learning activity, exactly the opposite is the case. The pumping movements of the smaller blood vessels thus help the blood cells do their work – and precisely where they are most urgently needed. The result speaks for itself: The body’s defences are strengthened, physical and mental performance increases, disease-fighting capability is strengthened, drugs reach their targets more readily.

BEMER physical vascular therapy can counteract that process in a naturally limiting framework. Using electromagnetically transmitted signals, it stimulates the pumping movement of the smallest blood vessels, normalising the blood flow in this area. The body’s cells are increasingly better supplied and start carrying out their many tasks such as: fighting disease and pain, healing wounds, providing energy for physical and mental performance or even re-establishing a general sense of well-being.

Moreover, BEMER can also provide valuable support for amateur and professional sports. Needs-based blood flow in the smallest blood vessels enables shorter warmup and cooldown times as well as faster regeneration and thus more effective workouts. In the ideal case, micro-injuries can also be repaired immediately, allowing more serious secondary injuries to be headed off in advance.

The circulation of our blood is the engine that keeps us going – it’s what makes our bodies work.  Our blood supplies our tissues and organs with nutrients and oxygen while removing and disposing of resulting waste products.

We’re all familiar with the knowledge that our heart pumps blood to our arteries and veins but did you know that 74% of our circulatory system is made up of the smallest of blood vessels which are known as the capillaries? The capillaries surround all of the organs and tissues in our body and are vital to cellular function. These small vessels are multiple times smaller than a human hair and are commonly known as the ‘microcirculation’.

Too much stress, too little sleep, an unbalanced diet, unhealthy living habits, disease, and of course aging slow down the pumping action of the microcirculation. This affects the vast majority of people. As a result, blood cells move much too slowly and can no longer adequately fulfil their tasks. Deficient supply to tissues and organs over the long term leads to a decline in physical and mental fitness, pain, disorders and disease.

Bemer Physical Vascular Therapy improves microcirculation and promotes the blood flow in the smallest blood vessels. This improves the performance of the body’s cells, which in turn favours the body’s own self-healing powers

BEMER Physical Vascular Therapy uses a multidimensional signal structure that provides effective stimulation for restricted or dysfunctional microcirculation, supporting the body’s key control mechanisms for prevention, healing, recovery and regeneration processes. This treatment assists the function of the white blood cells, enabling them to be quickly activated against foreign threats to health.

The heart keeps the blood cells moving through the bloodstream. Blood cells must nevertheless supply and clean an area of more than 120,000 kilometres. Since the heart cannot handle this alone, it needs help: the smaller blood vessels propel the blood cells through their own pumping movements (vasomotion), thereby supporting the heart.

Their movements also regulate the blood flow in such a way that areas with higher supply needs at a given moment are better supplied with blood than areas that happen to have a lower need. For example, the muscles’ need for supplies is high during sports activities, while the brain is less in need. In a learning activity, exactly the opposite is the case. The pumping movements of the smaller blood vessels thus help the blood cells do their work – and precisely where they are most urgently needed. The result speaks for itself: The body’s defences are strengthened, physical and mental performance increases, disease-fighting capability is strengthened, drugs reach their targets more readily.

BEMER physical vascular therapy can counteract that process in a naturally limiting framework. Using electromagnetically transmitted signals, it stimulates the pumping movement of the smallest blood vessels, normalising the blood flow in this area. The body’s cells are increasingly better supplied and start carrying out their many tasks such as: fighting disease and pain, healing wounds, providing energy for physical and mental performance or even re-establishing a general sense of well-being.

Moreover, BEMER can also provide valuable support for amateur and professional sports. Needs-based blood flow in the smallest blood vessels enables shorter warmup and cooldown times as well as faster regeneration and thus more effective workouts. In the ideal case, micro-injuries can also be repaired immediately, allowing more serious secondary injuries to be headed off in advance.

THE SCIENCE BEHIND BEMER

THE SCIENCE BEHIND BEMER

Based on years of work, BEMER research has made ground-breaking findings on the biorhythm of local and higher level regulatory processes affecting microcirculation. The core of BEMER Physical Vascular Therapy is a multi-dimensional signal structure that effectively stimulates restricted or impaired microcirculation. It supports one of the body’s most important control mechanisms for healing, recovery and regeneration processes and can also be effectively used for:

  • Improving the supply to organs and tissues
  • Supporting the healing of wounds and sports injuries
  • Supporting the immune system
  • Increasing physical and mental performance
  • 29% improved blood distribution in the capillary network
  • 29% higher oxygen saturation
  • 27% accelerated vasomotion
  • 31% greater venous return

The BEMER treatment system is protected by patents and is the most researched and most effective physical treatment method used in complementary medicine today.

The BEMER signal has been developed even further and modified according to the latest findings on the biorhythm of local and primary regulatory processes associated with microcirculation (physical treatment method). The restricted or impaired microcirculation of organs is now stimulated even better than before.

The specific temporary signal order and structure of the electromagnetic field with a low flux density is crucial in effectively stimulating the mechanism for regulating microcirculation.

BEMER is an officially authorised medical device in the EU (CE0483) of the class IIa (93/42/EEC).

During the past 15 years, there have been 46 publications about BEMER therapy and four scientific studies listed in PubMed (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/).

Mikrozirkulation – Im Fokus der Forschung

Author: Dr. med Rainer Klopp Mediquant Verlag AG, FL-Triesen

ISBN No. 978-3-033-01464-0

Microcirculation – The Focus of Research

 

Prof. Dr. med. Rainer Klopp is head of the Berlin Institute for Microcirculation and one of the leading figures in this relatively new area of medical research.

His reference book provides interested readers with an overview of the entire area of expertise of microcirculation while providing fascinating insight into his research work, for which he has received multiple scientific awards.

Numerous tables, graphics and examination findings illustrate the topic; the comprehensive image material of vital microscopic findings turns the reader into a witness of microcirculatory phenomena never before documented in this manner. This is a scientist who is not only able to explain the theory relating to his area of expertise, but also someone who has been “in the thick of it” for decades.

A passionate researcher who communicates his scientific findings and, beyond that, critically questions the current level of awareness as regards microcirculation.

Mikrozirkulation – Im Fokus der Forschung

Author: Dr. med Rainer Klopp Mediquant Verlag AG, FL-Triesen

ISBN No. 978-3-033-01464-0

Microcirculation – The Focus of Research

 

Prof. Dr. med. Rainer Klopp is head of the Berlin Institute for Microcirculation and one of the leading figures in this relatively new area of medical research.

His reference book provides interested readers with an overview of the entire area of expertise of microcirculation while providing fascinating insight into his research work, for which he has received multiple scientific awards.

Numerous tables, graphics and examination findings illustrate the topic; the comprehensive image material of vital microscopic findings turns the reader into a witness of microcirculatory phenomena never before documented in this manner. This is a scientist who is not only able to explain the theory relating to his area of expertise, but also someone who has been “in the thick of it” for decades.

A passionate researcher who communicates his scientific findings and, beyond that, critically questions the current level of awareness as regards microcirculation.