Regain and maintain your health with physical vascular therapy

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For hundreds of years, kings, scholars and explorers have searched for a proverbial “magic pill” that could be used for rejuvenation and longevity.

Dating back to the writings of Herodotus in the 5th century BCE and becoming more prominent during the time of the Spanish explorer, Ponce de Leon, we see references to a mythical spring, said to have restorative powers for anyone drinking or bathing in it. The Philosopher’s Stone, a legendary alchemical substance also called the “elixir of life,” shows up throughout early Greek philosophy.

Anyone over the age of 50 understands why they were searching. Our hearts and minds haven’t aged, but the body betrays us. We live longer now than they did back in the 5th century because we learned over time what would help maintain the body’s health: clean water, good nutrition, clean air, and exercise. Still, we age. The killers now are stress, the kinds of food and drink we feed our body, and the impact of modern living. The results for us now are just as they were then, only later in life:

• Stress • Pain • Restless • Inability to focus • Low energy • Exhaustion • Degenerative disease

Why? What’s Happening?

As science progressed, we began to understand how the body works. Everything comes down to our cellular structure. Cells are what make up all our tissue and organs and they replace themselves with new cells that are as healthy as they can be every year.

This is the key to what causes aging and disease. Cells need oxygen and nutrients in order to function well, keep the body healthy, and produce the energy we need for vitality. They also need to eliminate waste, carbon dioxide and toxins to keep them from contaminating the body. This requires healthy circulation at the micro-vascular level.

Our capillaries are extremely small, some so small only a single blood cell can travel through them. It turns out that age is correlated with slower blood flow through the capillaries. Less oxygen to our cells means a decrease in vitality. A magic elixir would do something to restore circulation.

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Fast forward to the turn of the 21st century. Science has now advanced to include not just chemistry and biology, but electro-magnetism. The emergence of functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and intravitalmicroscopy have allowed us to see into the body and circulatory system in ways we’d never imagined.

Such technology has invited researchers to look for ways to support physical well-being at the micro level. Germany has been a leader in this research for the past 20 years, discovering ways to use bio-energy medicine to help the body prevent degenerative diseases.

The technology that’s been created to support circulation is called physical vascular therapy. An electro magnetic signal stimulates the pumping movement of the smallest blood vessels, restoring blood flow throughout the body, even at the micro-vessel level. The body’s cells are increasingly better supplied with oxygen and nutrients, enabling them to start carrying out their many tasks such as: generating energy, restoring health to tissue and organs, fighting disease and pain, healing wounds.

There have been more than 1000 scientific clinical studies, including research by NASA, that document the effectiveness of this therapy. Some of the technology is highly sophisticated, but the process is simple. A pulse electro-magnetic signal stimulates restricted or impaired microcirculation, thus supporting one of the body’s most important control mechanisms for healing, recovery and regeneration. The benefits of using this device regularly include improved:

• General blood flow • Nutrition and oxygen supply • Cardiac function • Sleep management • Waste disposal • Physical Fitness • Endurance • Concentration and mental acuity • Stress reduction and relaxation This type of therapy does not cure diseases, rather it is an excellent holistic approach that supports the body’s ability to heal itself. It allows the body to stay younger longer. Perhaps this is the first major step in actually discovering the fountain of youth. It’s been literally under our noses the whole time – our own bodies!

If you would like to try one of the devices that has been scientifically validated, or for more information, contact Life Pulse AVL: Cheri B. Torres, Ph.D at (828) 225-5088 or Colleen Watson at (609) 760-6722. ------------------------------------------------------------------ * Disclaimer This magazine, the authors or any representatives are not engaged in rendering medical advice or similar professional services. The information contained in this article is not intended to replace medical advice. Consult your physician for any medical problem. Any products referenced are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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