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BEMER and Your Body

Some healthcare professionals fail to grasp the physics and the subsequent effects that BEMER has on ions (charged atoms and molecules) in the body. The marked effects on these ions encourages positive changes in key physiological parameters that are vital for healthy cellular metabolism, particularly in the microcirculation

All that an electromagnetic field can do is influence the physical (electronic) stability of ions so that their behaviour is affected. A typical example of how and electromagnetic field influences ions is a simple FM radio receiver. The ions that comprise the antenna of the radio are physically/electronically affected by a specific wave and frequency structure that affects the properties of the current running through the antenna. The changes in current are then amplified by transistors so that you can hear sound through a loudspeaker (another device that relies on the physics of electromagnetic energy).

The ions in our bodies are similarly affected by magnetic, geomagnetic and electromagnetic fields all the time, some of which are good for us and some bad. BEMER was theoretically formulated by Prof Wolf Kafka, at the Max Planck Institute in Germany, and then manufactured to make use of a complex modulated direct current electromagnetic pulse of very low intensity (3-100 µT – the intensity of the Earth’s geomagnetic field is between 35 and 65µT) with a broad frequency spectrum that positively influences the electronic stability of ions in all living organisms. BEMER International AG holds international patents for this special signal.

BEMER application has been scientifically verified on humans by Dr. med. Rainer Klopp (Institute for Microcirculation, Berlin), to consistently and measurably stimulate the natural vasomotion of pre- and post-capillary bloody vessels in at least two distinct diameter ranges (120 microns and 50 microns). Blood viscosity also decreases due to the dis-assembly of the Rouleaux formation, which is a coin-like stacking of erythrocytes (red blood cells). Dr. med. Klopp also refined the delivery rhythm (frequency) of BEMER which has also been patented, further enhancing the BEMER’s efficacy.


Intestinal microcirculation changes within 8 minutes of BEMER application – Institute for Microcirculation, Berlin.

Consider that the tiny rolling ball in the tip of a ballpoint pen is a sphere with a diameter of 1 millimeter and that between 3000 and 5000 capillaries are contained in the equivalent space of human tissue.

When microcirculation is impaired then the tissue cells within that tiny space do not receive adequate oxygen and nutrients necessary for healthy cellular metabolism and nor do they get rid of the waste products that have been metabolized. The debate on the exact number of cells that comprise the average human continues but the latest I have accepted as a lay person is almost 40 trillion cells (Smithsonianmag.com article). It has also been estimated that the number of chemical reactions that take place inside a single human cell is 4 million events at any given moment.

The delicate biochemical pathways within each cell require adequate nutrients, elements and oxygen, which can only be supplied by the blood through the vast and intricate network of blood vessels (arteries, arterioles, capillaries, veins and venules). Unfortunately our lifestyles lead to unhealthy changes in our microcirulcation causing these biochemical pathways to be disrupted, ultimately resulting in chronic diseases for which we take medication, despite the steady decline of our quality of life.

BEMER encourages the microcirculation to function properly again (should there be no observed occlusions or unnatural obstructions) so that the cells can also do their special jobs of keeping us healthy, mobile and alive.

Watch this interesting 5 minute introduction video on YouTube

Watch this detailed 16 minute explanation by Dr Rainer Klopp on YouTube, which includes intra-vital laser microscopy videos of changes in microcirculation due to BEMER application