Dr Petia Kremen explains her patient’s recovery from chronic retinopathy using BEMER therapy – despite years of conventional medicines and therapies.
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Watch this short introduction to learn more about BEMER, how it works and how you will benefit from applying it daily.
Diabetes Mellitus is a dysfunction of carbohydrate metabolism due to a relative or absolute insulin deficiency. It is caused by the pancreas producing too little insulin, or by a breakdown in the body’s insulin utilization. In the worst case scenario no insulin is produced at all and food containing sugar or carbohydrates cannot be metabolized, causing an increased level in blood sugar.
The pancreas weighs about 2.5 to 3.5 ounces, lies beneath the pylorus (exit of the stomach) and, along with the bile duct, connects to the c-shaped loop of the duodenum. In order to perform its key function in the digestion of carbohydrates, fats and proteins, it contains two distinctly different cell structures: first the exocrine glands that produce between 1.3 and 4.3 pints of alkaline digestive secretions depending on the amount of food consumed; these secretions contain important enzymes for the digestion of fats and proteins. The second type of cell structure are the island-like beta cells, about one million of them (hence the name “insulin”) that produce about 7 ounces of insulin per day. Alpha cells produce glucagon, which serves as an equalizer for the insulin in the blood sugar regulation.
Insulin is of particular importance for the entire metabolic process, since carbohydrates, especially glucose which is important for the body’s energy budget, can only be transferred into the cells with the help of insulin. Insulin deficiency causes an increase in blood sugar and thereby severe disturbances in cellular metabolism. In the circulatorysystem increased blood sugar leads to destruction of the vascular walls, impairs the oxygen bonding capacity of the blood and downgrades the blood flow properties. This in turn increases the risk of thrombosis and vascular obliteration. The longer the duration of diabetes mellitus and the poorer the blood sugar values are, the greater the risk for longterm damage, especially to the vascular system.
The foundational therapy in both cases is a balanced diet!
Special types of diabetes mellitus are gestational diabetes and some other more rarely occurring forms.
Only after about 80% of the body’s own insulin production has ceased, will the condition become apparent in one third to one half of all patients – with the typical symptoms of fatigue, lack of energy, loss of weight, leg cramps, itching, increased thirst, frequent urination and susceptibility to infection.
It can take weeks, months, or even years from the time diabetes actually begins to the time the symptoms appear; therefore, it is recommended that high-risk individuals undergo regular testing of blood sugar levels. The longer the high levels of blood sugar exist, the higher the risk of long term damage, which will influence the quality of life for the diabetic. As previously mentioned, the vascular system is most severely affected; about 70% of diabetics die from the consequences of heart and circulatory disease.
Micro-angiopathy is a disease of the inner walls of the small blood vessels, especially the ultra fine capillaries, caused by the continuously elevated blood sugar level. In sensitive organs like the retina and the kidneys, insufficient circulation can lead to serious malfunction and secondary diseases. Here, the changes in blood flow parameters and the heightened risk of thrombosis have an especially adverse effect. Micro-angiopathy plays a significant role in the development of nerve damage (polyneuropathy), kidney insufficiency, retinopathy and heart failure.
Macro-angiopathy displays the same characteristics as general arteriosclerosis of the major blood vessels with the distinction that it will develop rather quickly and more pronounced in the diabetic patient. Typical forms of the disease are seen in coronary heart disease, sclerosis of the cerebral vessels accompanied by increased risk of stroke, and peripheral artery occlusive disease of the legs. If affected by the latter, patients experience increasing pain while walking, mostly in the calves and feet, and must make frequent stops. After having walked a good distance, even with rest stops, they experience a feeling of heaviness in the legs.
In connection with the frequently present diabetic polyneuropathy, the secretion of the sweat glands is diminished, increasing the risk of dry skin and damage to the skin’s natural protective film.
Along with the narrowing diameter of the peripheral blood vessels, circulation and metabolic function decrease, leading to muscle degradation in the arch of the foot, causing pain and disturbing growth of bones, skin and toenails.
After years of poorly regulated blood sugar levels, the characteristic “diabetic foot” develops – often as a result of incorrect diet, lack of exercise, the above mentioned risk factors and poor foot care.
Due to its pathology and the sometimes drastic consequences like heart attack or stroke, arteriosclerosis, colloquially described as hardening of the arteries, statistically is one of the highest ranked causes of death. Since over one half of all available remedies are expended in the care and treatment of arteriosclerosis, this disease represents a huge expense for the health care industry.
Arteriosclerosis is characterized by a change in the walls of blood vessels. A relatively small damage to the vessel wall can lead to localized inflammation, which in turn, through a chain of chemical processes, causes increased presence of connective tissue cells. The resulting fatty plaque is deposited on the vessel wall and presents increased risk for the formation of thromboses. The clots lead to narrowing or clogging of a blood vessel, which means that the adjoining tissue is cut off from any blood supply.
Depending on the localization, diminished circulation in the lower extremities manifests itself in part with extremely painful muscle cramps, initially only when stressed, later on also while resting. Coronary artery disease presents itself with tightness and pain in the chest (angina pectoris).
Acute clotting in the brain leads to a stroke, in the heart to a heart attack, and in the legs to an acute arterial blockage. The amount of damage depends on the size of the blocked blood vessel and the duration of absolute blockage. There is always the risk of necrosis (dying of tissue).
BEMER-therapy can be used to improve the circulation and to give general support to the body’s self-regulatory mechanisms. Through the following scientifically proven effects, BEMER therapy can lead to the improvement or stabilization of physical wellbeing and can contribute significantly to the support of conventional therapies:
BEMER therapy is a complex method that optimizes energy production by the individual cells (ATP) through improved circulation and increased oxygen utilization, thereby contributing to the overall regulation of the body’s metabolism. Based on these facts and the benefits observed in patients with a range of severe physical disabilities we can safely say that BEMER therapy is an important and essential foundation for strengthening the body’s self-healing mechanisms, supporting other treatment measures, and decreasing the side effects of prescription medications, and therefore of great value to patients with diabetes mellitus.
Literature and studies:
Härtling, H.: Behandlung verschiedener orthopädischer Krankheitsbilder mit dem BEMER 3000 (2002)
Klopp, R.: Magnetfeldtherapie: Komplementär-therapeutisch sinnvoll oder Unsinn? Institut für Mikrozirkulation Berlin (2005)
Michaelis, H.: Ärztliche Anwenderstudie 09/03. Akademie für Bioenergetik (2003)
Michels-Wakili, S., Kafka W.A.: BEMER 3000-typisch gepulste elektromagnetische Felder niedriger Energie reduzieren Zahnarztangst (2003)
Preissinger, M.: Verbesserte Wundheilung durch gekoppelte, BEMER 3000 typisch gepulste, Elektromagnetfeld- und LED-Licht- Therapie am Beispiel vergleichender Untersuchungen an standardisierten Wunden nach Ovarioektomie bei Katzen. ÖGT Kleintiertage Dermatologie Salzburg Congress (2002)
Schütze, N., Walther, M., Kafka,W.A.: Einsatz extrem niederfrequent (BEMER-typisch) gepulster schwacher elektromagnetischer Felder im Bereich der Orthopädie. OrthopädischePraxis 41, 1 (2005)
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BEMER’s direct influence on microcirculation provides the arthritis sufferer with rapid pain relief, because the body’s self-regulatory mechanisms are reinstated. Repair to damaged cartilage and related tissue is positively influenced by regular and sustained BEMER therapy. A BEMER user in Stellenbosch hired a system and wanted to return it after a month stating that he was not satisfied with the poor results. We urged him to continue for another month and within two weeks of his second month he called us again to say that he wanted to purchase his own system because he had not had such incredible relief (90%) in 20 years.
The body always responds positively to regular BEMER therapy: the cells of the body can only resume normal metabolic functions once they receive a continuous and adequate supply of oxygen and nutrients. Only when they start metabolising correctly do they begin to perform their special functions and also repair tissue damage, should those cells still have a chance of recovering.
Gout and pseudo-gout
Juvenile idiopathic arthritis
Like most chronic diseases of lifestyle, the body has simply been put under so much strain from having to cope with poor diet, lack of exercise, psychological stress and poor breathing that the cells of the body cannot adequately perform their normal functions, let alone repair any damage found in the joints.
This inefficient metabolic state hinders the body’s inherent ability to repair and maintain healthy organs. After a sustained period of poor lifestyle habits the organ(s) deteriorate(s) to such a degree that we experience symptoms of disease. The problem with seeking conventional healthcare advice is that, more often than not, we are prescribed medication to ease the discomfort of the symptoms without actually fixing the underlying cause of the disease, which is poor cellular metabolism (caused by impaired microcirculation!).
Arthritis is a degenerative condition like most lifestyle and autoimmune diseases. Pharmaceuticals are designed to manage specific types of arthritis so that the sufferer can cope with the condition, not recover from it.
BEMER is different because it influences the body’s natural microcirculation parameters so that the cells of the body can start to function as they should which ultimately encourages the body to self-regulate and self-heal.
If you think have tried everything then just know that you still have a scientifically proven option to consider: BEMER. Make the most valuable health discovery of your life and try BEMER today in the comfort of your home.
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Read this article on the Heart and Stroke Foundation South Africa website to understand what causes this potentially life-threatening condition and what you can do to remedy it by replacing old habits with new ones.
More often than not a medical doctor will prescribe for you a chronic medication (with known and unknown side effects) to relieve you of the symptoms of hypertension without actually managing the cause. Recommending that you change your dietary habits, start exercising and reduce tension can sometimes seem too drastic a measure or simply not feasible due to lifestyle, lack of mobility, time, money and access.
BEMER is the world’s most effective Physical Vascular Therapy. It positively influences blood circulation functions and ultimately your blood pressure. Whether it’s high or low blood pressure BEMER encourages self-regulation by physically and non-invasively influencing the vasomotion of pre- and post-capillary blood vessels. Capillaries are your tiniest blood vessels that comprise 74% of all your blood vessels. Vasomotion is the rhythmic change in the diameter of arterioles and venules that force blood into and out of capillaries (the tiniest blood vessels that do not have muscle cells in the blood vessel walls).
Capillaries form the interface between all living cells in your body and your blood. This is where oxygen and nutrients are delivered to cells so that they can metabolise correctly and perform their special functions. This interface is also responsible for carrying away metabolic waste.
The biochemical and physiological processes that control vasomotion are extremely complex. As we get older we tend neglect our body’s health needs and so the normal vasomotion rhythm tends to slow down considerably, negatively impacting on the performance of blood circulation and delivery of oxygen and nutrients to the cells of the body.
Scientific evidence of the positive influence of BEMER on vasomotion has been verified at the Institute for Microcirculation, Berlin. Dr Rainer Klopp, who heads the facility, has documented his findings in his book Mikrozirulation (ISBN: 978-3-033-01464-0).
It appears that no other technology or drug available at the time of this post can make these changes to your vasomotion, reperfuse capillaries, disassemble red blood cell aggregation, increase ATP production and optimise the rolling action of white blood cells in under 8 minutes with no known side effects. BEMER does this every time regardless of your age, gender, race, weight, morbidity, mobility, diet or stress levels.
Save yourself from the potential harm that is caused by hypertension (high blood pressure) by acquiring a BEMER System for daily home or office use and GET WELL NOW.