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What is VASOMOTION?  How to increase vasomotion?

The key to microcirculation and supreme health
by Jason Tebeau
April, 4 2017


What is Vasomotion?
Vasomotion (also called angiokinesis) is the dialation (widening) and constriction (narrowing) of smaller arteries in a rhythmic frequency (about 30-50 times per 10 minutes) in a normal healthy person.  This motion further pushes blood to the smallest arteries and is largely independent of the heart.


Why Vasomotion must function at peak levels?

Our heart pumps blood to the arteries and veins with great efficiency and due to the larger diameter of these major “freeways,” blood travels well. Veins make up 14.5% and arteries make up 11.5%. Microvessels are the remaining 74%. Microvessels are tiny. How tiny? They can be as thin as 1/4 the thickness of a human hair (on average approx. 5 µm). That 74% represents a staggering 3/4 of our total circulatory system. Much of this smaller network form our capillaries approx 1 cell thick, and they are the sites of the transfer of oxygen and other nutrients from the bloodstream to other tissues in the body; they also collect carbon dioxide waste materials and fluids for return to the veins. It is here that Vasomotion must be working at the highest frequency (35-50 times per 10 minutes) to push blood to these intricate sites.  In other words, our life and organ function require this work optimally for health.  If oxygen and nutrients cannot be exchanged, just about every symptom known to man begins to appear.  We try to compensate with “more” nutrients in the form of a supplement, exercise or worse; drugs. But, it never improves. 


What reduces the frequency cycles of Vasomotion?

There are many factors that reduce the frequency, most notably a person who is diabetic as insulin is one of the bio-chemicals that influence vasomotion. If you have type I or type II, vasomotion is greatly reduced. However, age, diet, weight and toxicity can be a factor as well. This failure in ¾ of our circulatory system is almost always ignored and neglected. Imagine if you stopped blood flow to 74% of the body?


What can restore the natural rhythmic frequency of Vasomotion?
Restoring micro-circulation (including brain and eyes) can effectively assist the body’s natural healing response and increase immunity. The BEMER has proven to stimulate this action in published studies as well as in-vital laser  microscopy (before, during and after treatment).

In a published study, BEMER increased the following aspects of circulation:
Improved vasomotion 28%
Perfused capillaries by 30%
Improved venous drainage by 31%

Oxygenated tissues by 29%


While BEMER uses a PEMF to deliver its proprietary waveform, it is not the PEMF alone that gives rise to the positive physiological responses.  The BEMER waveform, delivered via a specific combination of 10hz and 30hz, over a set time frame (sequence), has a stimulating affect on Vasomotion.


This enhanced vasomotor effect increases microcirculation, oxygen delivery and venous return (metabolic waste removal).  This is the fundamental mechanism of action of how BEMER functions. BEMER increases circulation systemically and locally with local applications.  

Learn more about BEMER.





Vasomotion becomes less random as diabetes progresses in monkeys 

Disturbed vasomotion in chronic venous insufficiency

What is VASOMOTION?  How to increase vasomotion?

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