How can the nature of the bemer® physical vascular therapy be briefly explained ?
It is a therapy designed to improve circulation in the smallest blood vessels (microcirculation) by supporting the body‘s natural healing processes.
Blood is the body‘s universal means of transport. Oxygen, nutrients, chemical messengers (e.g. hormones) and defense cells etc. are all transported through our blood. Only when all of our body‘s cells, tissues and organs are adequately nourished and all metabolic products removed can we be healthy and productive and our body function properly. The optimal regulation of microcirculation is a prerequisite for ensuring good levels of health and fitness. Microcirculation matters.
What does microcirculation mean ?
Microcirculation is understood as the part of our blood circulation system which, by way of regulating blood circulation, guarantees that each individual cell is supplied with the required oxygen and nutrients. At the same time, microcirculation enables the removal of metabolic products such as carbon dioxide, which accrue as a result of cell functioning. As expressed by the prefix ‘micro’, microcirculation refers to incredibly small vessels, as cells themselves are of course very small (cells in the body are not visible to the naked eye). Consequently, we have a huge network of extremely small blood vessels in our body, some of which are four times thinner than a strand of hair.
Microcirculation encompasses a range of different structures: the smallest blood vessels (arterioles, capillaries, venules), initial vessels (those at the beginning), lymphatic vessels and the interstitial spaces (the area between blood vessels, cells and lymphatic vessels).
Why is microcirculation so important for a person‘s health and physical performance ?
Scientific findings confirm that correctly functioning microcirculation is of crucial importance in ensuring a person’s health and physical performance.
In all advanced organisms, blood circulation regulates the nourishment of cells with oxygen and nutrients, the removal of waste products, vital information about hormones and chemical messengers, immune defenses and many other processes. The performance and functionality of every individual body cell and of muscles, joints, organs, glands and the immune system etc. depend on the optimal supply and removal by means of microcirculation.
Why does impaired microcirculation lead to a reduction in physical performance, and potentially to early aging and illness ?
Impaired microcirculation can lead to an energy deficiency in the cells, because the supply and removal of substances to and from these cells is insufficient. This leads initially to reduced physical performance and later to impaired functioning of the affected cells. If many cells of an organ or a tissue are affected, then corresponding symptoms occur, which can then be defined as an illness.
Energy-deficient cells cannot function at their full capacity, and this can lead to illnesses that may be classed as deficiencies. A deficiency means a weak and deficient efficiency of muscles, organs, glands, nerve cells etc., which can lead to organ failure.
Most cells have a defined life span, after which point they are renewed. Energy-deficient cells die pre- maturely. The consequences may be chronic degenerative diseases such as arthrosis, degenerative disc disease etc.
Even our white blood cells, and therefore the effectiveness of our immune system, are directly dependent upon microcirculation and the energy condition of these cells.
What are the fundamental causes of disrupted blood circulation in microcirculation ?
In industrial nations, blood circulation disruptions, inefficiency, premature aging and diseases are primarily related to lifestyle factors.
The living conditions of those living in these nations are often described in medicine as risk factors, such as lack of exercise, obesity (poor diet), physical stress and increasing levels of environmental pollution, and can lead to an impairment of the blood circulation and as such are the primary cause of premature aging and the development of diseases.
Why can bemer® physical vascular therapy be applied to diseases?
The BEMER therapy improves blood circulation (i.e. blood circulation) by improving microcirculation, with noticeable effects. It has a fundamentally positive effect when used for the treatment of diseases. Without a functioning microcirculation, healing is difficult if not impossible.
The BEMER therapy is a complementary therapy that supports the body’s efficiency and capacity to self-heal. At the same time, it lays the groundwork so that both conventional medical therapies and natural healing methods can work better. It‘s the ideal addition to all known methods of therapy.
Can the bemer therapy cure diseases ?
BEMER® Physical Vascular Therapy is not a disease-specific therapy. Its effect on the microcirculation and the resulting improvements to the supply and removal of substances to/from the body’s cells allows these cells to produce and supply increasing amounts of energy and therefore in turn carry out their tasks (pro- duction) better. This “production increase” and the resulting increased supply to cell products allow the body to reactivate its control cycles, meaning that the body helps itself and can promote the healing process.