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Does FaceFormer therapy have an impact on diabetes?

Question from therapist/physician on 16. february 2011

We have very many patients who we treat with the FaceFormer method. Some of them also suffer from diabetes. Diabetic patients who have used the FaceFormer therapy for completely different reasons have informed us that during the treatment their blood glucose level has been reduced within a few days. We should make a statement. Spontaneously we could not name any reasons and therefore turn to you – Dr. Berndsen – since you have noted diabetes on the list of indications of FaceFormer therapy. Our question is whether you know the reactions described and can explain causal relationships.
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Dr. Berndsen FaceFormer – The patented original

The patented Dr. Berndsen FaceFormer is an approved medical product. The therapeutic training device has been especially developed for the causistical oriented FaceFormer therapy.

Regular exercises with the FaceFormer have an efficacious impact on the activity of the cranial nerves, on the formation of movement patterns, coordination and tension of tissues, muscles and skin in the regions of face, mouth and throat. The training positively promotes the motion and likewise the statics of the body as well as it stimulates the capabilities of perception. Continue reading


FaceFormer therapy against snoring and sleep apnea

We have developed FaceFormer Therapy for you as a neurophysiological and cause-oriented treatment method.

The goal of the FaceFormer therapy is to change respiratory patterns, to train the breathing muscles, to promote mouth closure when sleeping, to stop mouth breathing and to achieve a sufficient tension of muscles and mucous membranes in the mouth, nose and throat. All in all, the causes of snoring and sleep apnea are to be eliminated.

The FaceFormer therapy takes into account:

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Advice for people suffering from Parkinson’s disease

  1. Start FaceFormer therapy on time!
  2. Always maintain FaceFormer training!

The cause of Parkinson’s disease is the hitherto unexplained destruction of such brain cells, which produce the brain messenger dopamine. The resulting dopamine deficiency influences activities in the basal ganglia of the brain and cerebral cortex. Typical consequences are temporary immobility (Akinesis), muscle tremor, muscle rigidity, slowed movements (Bradykinese) and postural instability.

Parkinsons disease comes along with a dopamine deficiency

Three-dimensional model of the dopamine molecule

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