Il materassino BS-NT050, con raggi infrarossi lunghi che scaldano in profondità fino a 10cm, i campi magnetici pulsati in bassa frequenza e i biofotoni, è la soluzione ideale per poter fare comodamente in casa una o studio medico o ambulatorio due sessioni al giorno da 45/60 minuti. La costanza giornaliera nelle applicazioni è fondamentale. Non bisogna usare il materassino solo quando si ha dolore, ma tutti i giorni.

Con questo prodotto si arriva a gestire meglio il dolore, eliminando o riducendo fortemente l’uso di farmaci.

Elenchiamo qui di seguito i benefici che apporta l’uso corretto e prolungato nel tempo del materassino biomagnetico ad infrarossi e biofotoni nel malato fibromialgico:

  • Minore tensione muscolare
  • Minore rigidità mattutina
  • Riduzione di crampi alle gambe e contratture muscolari
  • Riduzione del dolore per l’azione antinfiammatoria e antalgica della magnetoterapia pulsata
  • Minor confusione mentale per l’effetto della vasodilatazione che implementa l’ossigenazione cellulare
  • Miglioramento della qualità del sonno con tendenza ad eliminare i problemi di insonnia legati a questa patologia. Questo è dovuto all’effetto benefico della ipertermia che distende la muscolatura creando un effetto rilassante
  • Stimolazione della produzione di endorfine che contrastano lo stato depressivo classico del paziente fibromialgico
  • Riduzione del senso di stanchezza e spossatezza generale per effetto della rigenerazione cellulare che dona maggior energia all’organismo

L’uso costante rappresenta, quindi, un’integrazione sicura ed efficace nel trattamento dei sintomi associati alla fibromialgia migliorandone la gestione nel tempo in quanto miorilassante, calmante e antidolorifico.

Nella fonte medica ufficiale Pubmed ci sono moltissimi studi sui PEMF (Campi magnetici pulsati) o l’uso di Raggi infrarossi lunghi (Ray Infrared).

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32606905/

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2670735/

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/18703857/

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4935255/

Sito di riferimento: www.elpav.it – www.biosystems.it

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