BEMER BENEFITS EXPLAINED
THE CIRCULATORY SYSTEM
Nearly all blood vessels in our body are microvessels. If placed end-to-end, they would extend more than 74,000 miles.
The circulation of our blood is the engine that keeps us going. The heart pumps blood through the main arteries, but it relies on the additional power of the autonomous pumping motion of the microvessels. It is these very small vessels that reach the most remote parts of our body.
SUPPLY AND DISPOSAL
Oxygenated red blood cells carry oxygen and nutrients through the arteries and capillaries to all the organs of the body. As the blood provides oxygen and nutrients to the cells, the cells in turn transfer carbon dioxide and waste products to the blood cells, which are then processed through the veins.
Focuses on the core systems necessary for well-being
Many physical discomforts are directly related to diminished circulatory system which can result in dysfunctional metabolic processes.
- Better Supply of Oxygen
- Better Supply of Nutrients
- Better Disposal of Metabolic Waste
Necessary for your well-being
BEMER devices are designed to improve circulation and support the body’s natural self-regulating processes. Blood is the body’s universal means of transport; oxygen, nutrients, chemical messengers (e.g., hormones) and immune cells are all transported through our blood. When our body’s cells, tissues and organs are adequately nourished and metabolic waste products are removed, our bodies become healthy and function properly.
Good Blood Flow vs. Poor Blood Flow
See the difference between healthy blood flow … and slow-moving, waste-filled cells struggling to transport the harmful elements away from vital organs.
HOW CAN BEMER HELP?
If you’re learning about BEMER for the first time, it’s important for you to know about microcirculation … so you can fully conceptualize the positive impact BEMER has on personal health and well-being.
BEMER Is Shown To Improve Microcirculatory Blood Flow By Up To 30%
THE BEMER DIFFERENCE
Thanks to the research at our partner universities in Europe, and at the Institute of Microcirculation in Berlin, Germany, we can show you actual footage of the incredible effects BEMER can have on the circulatory system. These videos show microvessels operating inside the human body. The smallest blood vessels in the body, microvessels are only seven (7) microns in diameter (0.0003 inch) – the same as red blood cells, which need to deform to pass through them.
Here, you’ll see an area in the body where the blood flow is compromised. Notice the constriction of the microvessels, some of which are hardly wide enough to allow a single cell to pass.
Here, you’ll see a different area of the body on which the BEMER signal has been applied; the difference in circulation is clear and dramatic.
THE PATENTED BEMER SIGNAL
BEMER® HAS MULTIPLE GLOBAL PATENTS AND BEMER® RESEARCH HAS RECEIVED NUMEROUS SCIENTIFIC AWARDS.
Dr. Rainer Klopp, the world’s foremost expert on microcirculation, says: “BEMER is the most effective and widely researched physical therapy method available today.” Since 1997, our groundbreaking research into the BEMER therapy concept has led to positive results in double-blind experiments. Thousands of people have participated in our studies and observations, and can attest to our products’ effectiveness.
INTERESTED IN THE RESEARCH AND STUDIES BEHIND BEMER?
Special Report: “Small Blood Vessels: Big Health Problems?”
Read the Special Report from the National Institutes of Health that summarizes their two-day workshop with many of the nation’s top scientists and clinicians from the microvascular field.
“The Human Microcirculation – Regulation of Flow and Beyond”
Read the study that helps explain why microvascular dysfunction is a powerful predictor of cardiovascular events and new approaches for treatment and prevention.
NASA & BEMER – A MATCH MADE IN SPACE
Perhaps the highest validation of the science behind BEMER is our collaboration with NASA. We’ve been chosen as a cooperative partner for the development of the next generation of spacesuits … paving the way for integrating BEMER technology into human space flight.