I have never done it but I think it sounds fascinating!I am new here have CFS for 14 years. Just bought a Bemer Pro. Has anyone tried this type of therapy?
“BEMER Physical Vascular Therapy” uses a scientifically proven method to transmit stimulation signals to the precapillary arterioles and postcapillary venoles. The purpose of these signals is to ensure that the arteriole and venoles move better and faster again, driving vasomotion. This enables medicines administered against back pain to reach their destination by ensuring that the blood flow in the capillaries is more effective and once again adequate. But this is not the only benefit. The improved circulation in the capillaries can ensure that the supply to the cells works better again and that waste products can be correctly disposed of. The stimulation signals for the precapillary arterioles and postcapillary venoles and are transmitted into the body using electromagnetic fields.
Look at Boris BeckerI have never done it but I think it sounds fascinating!
The idea that something is wrong with the microcirculation or circulation is a hot one. Fluge and Mella have some evidence that an autoimmune response may be attacking the receptors that open and close the blood vessels.
I wonder if amping up your blood volume while you're doing this would be helpful?
I'm eager to hear how this turns out. Good luck!