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Splashi1
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I went to a talk on this last night, and just wondered if anyone of you has tried it?

https://schweiz.bemergroup.com/en

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I have a QRS mat which is also a PEMF. It's relaxing but it did not get rid of inflammation from cytokine storms or kill bugs.

If I had to put my money somewhere I would rather put it on a high qulaity organic paleo diet or rife or a photon emitter/nosodes.

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I did a few sessions ..it may increase circulation bit may release biofilm

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BEMER explained:

https://www.hindawi.com/journals/ecam/2015/245742/


Electromagnetic field has been used in healing for centuries and has a medical literature of many decades, as well [1].

During the 1960s, Bassett confirmed that this therapy has a stimulating effect on callus formation and thus one aim of the study was to evaluate the effect of pulsed electromagnetic field on osteoblastic activity both in vitro and in vivo [2].

There are only a few areas of physiotherapy that are so controversial in the medical community as this therapy.

Many people refer to it only as an alternative therapy, while others see it as a treatment for a number of conditions.


One reason for this is that prominent medical journals publish articles expressing completely opposed positions on the effects of magnetic therapy used in a specific indication.

(Pulsed electromagnetic field generators use different signal formats, so they produce different effects.

Identical impulse format is for this therapy what identical active substance is for medicines.)

There are many data available for both ultrasound and TENS as conventional physical therapies;

however, these evidences are not convincing [3, 4].

As regards electromagnetic therapies, pulsed magnetic therapy is widely used, unlike therapy in static magnetic fields.


In the case of pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF), a number of different frequency ranges can be used.

One of the assumed mechanisms of action of the electromagnetic field is the ion cyclotron resonance effect, through the modulation of ion bindings,

an effect on free radicals, and an effect on heat shock proteins.

The beneficial effect on angiogenesis may play a role in the facilitation of callus formation [5].

PST (Pulsed Signal Therapy) is different from PEMF as PST is an extended version of PEMF, whose beneficial effects on human chondrocytes were confirmed by in vitro studies [6].

Moreover, PEMF also has a chondroprotective effect [7].


BEMER (Bio-Electro-Magnetic-Energy-Regulation) devices operate with special parameters, and the “weak” magnetic field is only a vehicle and a special pulsed signal was developed to this end (BEMER signal), the primary effect of which is an improvement in tissue microcirculation.


In contrast to the known magnetic field wave patterns that can easily be described by mathematical formulae, the BEMER therapy developed by J. Klopp essentially applies the specifically developed BEMER signal patterns.

As a result, a significant increase in the vasomotion of microvessels, arteriovenous pO2 difference, number of open capillaries, arteriolar and venular flow volume, and flow rate of red blood cells is observed in a specific microcirculatory area.


This change in the microcirculation status was demonstrated by combining high-resolution intravital microscopy, computer image processing, and measurement of microflow rate using laser reflection spectroscopy [8, 9].


BEMER devices generate a maximum magnetic induction of 100–150 μT; for comparison, the magnetic field of Earth in Budapest is approximately 47-48 μT.


Treatment time is usually 20 minutes a day (depending on the applicator) for 3-4 weeks depending on the diagnosis.

Improvement of microcirculation and reducing fatigue are the clinical applications that have so far been confirmed.

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This guy explains one such BEMER device well: looks quite cool!

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/beamer-intelligent-portable-energy-wellness-device#/

Let us know, if you try it!!! [Smile]

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