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    JUNE 4, 2021

    How BEMER Therapy Can Improve Women’s Health

    A look at how just two eight-minute BEMER therapy sessions a day can enhance women’s health and wellbeing

    Although men and women share many of the same health issues, some affect women differently than men.

    Conditions that affect heart health, mental health, and bone health all either occur in women more often or affect them differently.

    Of course, we can’t control our genetic predispositions to these health challenges, but we can manage the risk factors associated with them by making healthy lifestyle choices.

    Keep reading as we explore the unique health risks that women face throughout their lives, and how daily BEMER therapy can help enhance women’s health and wellbeing.

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    Women’s Health Risks

    Heart Health

    Commonly, heart issues are caused by the buildup of plaque in the arteries that pump blood through the heart, also known as the coronary arteries.

    In 2017, the CDC reported that in the United States, heart disease was the leading cause of death among women. In fact, one in every four women in the US dies due to heart disease.

    And if you look at the data, the same goes for men. But as it turns out, heart issues affect women very differently.

    Plus, after menopause, women are known to have an increased risk of decreased heart health.

    Another factor that influences heart health risk is poor sleep. Women (and men) who have chronic sleep issues have an increased risk for heart damage.1

    Mental Health

    Women are also more likely to struggle with emotional well-being than men. Almost twice as likely, according to Mayo Clinic.

    Some of this disparity can be attributed to hormonal changes resulting from premenstrual syndrome (PMS), pregnancy and giving birth, and pre and post-menopause.

    But life experiences, genetic factors, and other biological influences play a big role as well.

    Bone Health

    Bone health is critical to overall health and quality of life. Several issues can affect women’s health and well-being.

    The breakdown of cartilage and bone in your joints often results in pain and discomfort in the hands, hips, knees, back, and neck.

    In addition, when your body can’t produce enough new bone tissue to replace old bone tissue, additional health challenges can occur. Left unchecked, your bone tissue can become so weak that it can break much easier than usual.

    As to why deteriorating bone health is more common in women, the scientific community suggests there may be several different reasons ranging from weight, anatomy, hormones, and sports-related injuries.

    As you can imagine, the weaker your bones are, the more likely you are to have a break.

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    What You Can Do

    Each of these issues, and conditions like cancer, stroke, and chronic lower respiratory disease, are at the top of the list of women’s health concerns.

    But Mayo Clinic stresses the fact that the most serious threats to women’s health can be controlled or even prevented with mindfulness and healthy living habits.

    Here’s what they recommend to stay in good health:

    • Stay away from tobacco – This is much easier said than done, but if you do smoke or use tobacco, don’t be afraid to ask your doctor to help you quit. And stay away from secondhand smoke whenever possible.
    • Healthy nutrition is key – The more colorful your plate, the better! Choose vegetables, fruits, whole grains, high-fiber foods, and lean protein sources, such as fish. Limit foods high in saturated and trans fats and foods with added sugar and sodium.
    • Maintain a healthy weight – Losing excess pounds — and keeping them off — can lower your risk of heart disease as well as various types of cancer.
    • Get moving – Regular exercise is one of the best ways to maintain a healthy weight and lifestyle. It can help with anxiety and depression, lower your risk of heart disease and stroke, and may also lower your risk of certain types of cancer. However, if you choose to move, make sure it’s something you enjoy! Whether it’s going swimming, cycling, or just enjoying a brisk walk. The more you move, the more you can lower your risk.
    • Be mindful of your alcohol consumption – If you do drink alcohol, do it in moderation. For women, that means no more than one drink a day. The risk of various types of cancer — including breast and liver cancer — appears to increase with the amount of alcohol you drink and the length of time you’ve been drinking regularly. Too much alcohol can also raise your blood pressure and increase your risk of heart attack and stroke.
    • Manage stress – Another recommendation that’s much easier said than done. If you constantly feel overwhelmed or irritable, your body and immune function may suffer. Try to reduce your stress whenever possible and learn healthy ways to manage it.
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    BEMER and Women’s Health

    While BEMER therapy isn’t intended to prevent, treat, or cure any diseases, it can make a world of difference for a woman’s health and wellbeing.

    BEMER devices send a low-intensity pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) to the body in order to safely stimulate healthy muscles which temporarily enhances local blood flow, unlocking a long list of health benefits.

    BEMER can’t help you eat right, stay away from tobacco, or limit your alcohol consumption, but it can provide stress relief, help you perform and recover better, improve your muscular strength, and enhance your vitality and wellbeing.*

    And the best part?

    All of this is possible in two short eight-minute BEMER therapy sessions a day.

    Kick back on the couch at home and target your lower back with the B.PAD applicator, or place the B.SIT applicator in your chair and fit a BEMER therapy session while you work at the office.

    Whatever your lifestyle looks like, BEMER’s line of state-of-the-art products can fit right in. Contact your local BEMER distributor today to learn more.


    BEMER does not provide any medical advice or services. This device is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. It should not be used for any purpose other than as described in the user manual. Please consult your own healthcare provider if you have any medical issues.

    1Laugsand LE, Vatten LJ, Platou C, Janszky I. Insomnia and the risk of acute myocardial infarction: a population study. Department of Public Health, Faculty of Medicine, Trondheim, Norway.

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