BEMER Therapy is a vibrational treatment for psoriasis that uses electromagnetic energy to diminish symptoms of the disease. BEMER has been recognized in the European Union as a Class II Medical Device, but BEMER therapy can be done either in a clinic or at home. The device works by increasing the body’s circulation and the oxygenation of tissues.
How does BEMER Therapy treat psoriasis?
BEMER Therapy promotes blood flow to ailing tissues and it has a particularly strong impact on the smallest vessels of the body, the capillaries. Increasing the microcirculation to diseased tissues can relieve pain and also promote healing. A number of skin issues can be treated using this system including eczema, acne, psoriasis, skin injuries, and warts. Symptoms of psoriatic arthritis are also improved using BEMER.
Microcirculation is increased in the body using low-dose electromagnetic fields that impact cellular processes. The pulsed EMF pattern can contribute to a higher level of health in the cells throughout the body. Scientific studies have demonstrated the electromagnetic fields created by BEMER devices contribute to healthy gene expression and regulation. Cellular metabolism is enhanced as well as the cellular matrix structure which can have a direct impact on psoriasis.
BEMER for Psoriasis
BEMER therapy is administered via a machine that delivers pulsed EMF frequencies to the body. There are several models of the machine to make it easy for patients to administer treatments either lying down or sitting up. Patients can purchase BEMER products online or they can visit a health practitioner who administers this type of treatment.
Fewer than 5% of psoriasis patients will have a negative reaction to full-body BEMER treatments. Typically, localized treatments produce no side effects. Some patients are sensitive to electromagnetic treatment and they should avoid BEMER. Also, patients with low blood pressure should be aware that BEMER magnetic therapy can lower blood pressure further as well as decrease heart rate.
Other Important Links:
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