BEMER® therapy is beneficial for the body, but did you know it’s also making waves where the brain is concerned?

A recent case study suggests that regular BEMER® Therapy sessions could help improve or delay symptoms of neurological conditions like dementia. Acting as a complementary therapy, this poses an exciting advancement in brain health, and one that could change the way we manage neurodegenerative diseases.

So, what’s the story? 

In March 2011, 86-year-old Fritz Eichenberg began showing early signs of dementia. He was forgetful, and his family worried that they may have to find a nursing home placement for him sooner rather than later. That is until he began daily BEMER® sessions.

10 years later and almost 97, Fritz’s family say, ‘he is mentally fitter than he was at 86.’ He is no longer forgetful, doesn’t repeat himself and spends his days enjoying gardening and cooking.

His son attributes this improvement to BEMER® therapy, saying: ‘We didn’t change anything else that could have contributed to his improvement. Therefore, we attribute this wonderful improvement to his use of BEMER®!’

An amazing story, but what’s the science behind it?

How does BEMER benefit the Brain? 

While research is in its early stages where dementia improvements are concerns, there is evidencethat BEMER® therapy can have a positive impact on the brain. Here’s how:

Improved Oxygenation 

BEMER® uses electromagnetic field pulses to stimulate circulation in the small blood vessels. This increases the levels of oxygen in the body, and therefore the brain. Increased oxygen levels may contribute to better cognitive function (a lifesaver for those of us suffering from fibro fog!).

Nutrient Delivery 

The better your circulation, the more efficient nutrient delivery to different areas of your body is – including the brain. BEMER® provides a little extra brain food, helping with the growth, repair and overall health of brain cells. This may be beneficial where some neurodegenerative conditions are concerned.

Reduced Inflammation 

BEMER® is known for its ability in reducing inflammation through microcirculation stimulation. Inflammation is associated with conditions like dementia, therefore suggesting that using BEMER® therapy may have a positive impact for individuals struggling with the onset of neurodegenerative conditions.

Cognitive Performance and Focus 

Optimal blood flow to the brain can’t be anything but beneficial. When BEMER® stimulates microcirculation, it also promotes better mental clarity, concentration and productivity skills.

BEMER® Benefits with Rolling with the Glen 

While it’s important to remember research into BEMER®’s impact on dementia is in its early stages, the overall brain benefits daily sessions provide are undeniable.

I’ve made BEMER® therapy a non-negotiable in my life, utilising its benefits daily to help manage my chronic pain symptoms (seriously, I couldn’t be without it!).

So, whether you’re looking to manage symptoms of a specific condition like arthritis or fibromyalgia, need support in healing an injury, or just want to invest in your overall health and well-being, BEMER® therapy may be the perfect solution for you.

For more information on our BEMER® sessions or to purchase your own BEMER® device, please do not hesitate to get in touch.

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