Before and during the fourth minute of BEMER application
| Infrared Thermography |
Evidence of the change in skin surface temperature due to the electromagnetic field of BEMER therapy systems.
As is demonstrated here using the example of infrared thermography, under the influence of the electromagnetic field of the BEMER therapy system there is an increase thermal radiation from the skin.
Because the skin surface temperature and thus the thermal radiation is regulated by the blood flow, these recordings indicated an improvement of blood flow in the skin.
During the first, second and third minute
| Thermographic recordings in a horse | These images document the course of thermal radiation in a horse. The BEMER intensive applicator was positioned on the animal's neck and the BEMER-typical electromagnetic field applied.
The change in the surface temperature of the skin occurring in this animal, too, is evidence that the EMF effects are not placebo.
Moreover, it demonstrates that central endogenous regulatory mechanisms must be triggered, because the improved bloodflow is not limited to the direct site of action of the coil EMF but particularly in more remote regions of the body.