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THE [R]EVOLUTION OF REGENERATION
This is how VENEX Life-Science Regeneration Wear works:
The characteristics of the patented V-TEX® Regeneration Fibre developed by VENEX activate the parasympathetic nerve system and thus support our body’s regeneration process during resting phases
VENEX Regeneration Wear offers maximum relaxation in phases of rest and during sleep. Hence, our performance during phases of activity is improved accordingly.
The effect remains till a distance of 2 cm to the skin and also works with lightweight underwear clothing.
The platinum-mineral mix of the V-TEX® Regeneration Fibre gives a signal that is sent to our brain (2) via the receptors of the skin (1). This command leads to an extension of the blood vessels and activates the parasympathetic (3) nervous system (the so called “calming branch of the nervous system”).
When wearing our Regeneration you may feel an increased blood circulation in the beginning which may in turn lead to an intensive feeling of warmth. According to our experience, this reaction does, however, decline after 2 to 4 weeks of regular wearing.
It is not possible to over stimulate the flow of blood. Our body only reacts to the individually set impulses and just receives the extent necessary in order to be back in balance through our VENEX Regeneration Wear.
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The autonomous nervous system (sympathetic nerve system and parasympathetic nerve system)
To say it quite simplified, the sympathicus is responsible for the quick response to environmental stimuli and the mobilisation of our body whereas the parasympathicus is responsible for silencing
our activities directed to the outside. Both nervous systems regulate and support each other. Generally, this regulation is the basis for our health and wellbeing. Without sufficient regulation our organ systems cannot maintain their function which in turn leads to functional disorders and sickness. On the other hand, any kind of functional disorder or chronic disease leads to a dysbalance between the sympathetic and the parasympathetic nerve system.
This is why a balance in harmony between sympathicus and parasympathicus is so important for our daily phases of performance and activity and also for the phases of regeneration and rest/sleep. Only a balanced interplay between the two nervous systems maintains our body’s regeneration capacity and offers maximum recovery.
The circadian rhythm („internal clock“)
The circadian rhythm takes care of an optimum of sleep and rest during the dark phase and makes sure that we have enough power for performance during the light phase. It controls or influences, for example, our heart frequency, the sleep-wake-cycle, the blood pressure and our body temperature.
Nowadays our challenges in life, such as job, family and programme of leisure activities often create a life opposite to our inner rhythm, the individual sleepwake-rhythm is often and/or for longer periods disturbed. As a consequence, our feeling of being in need for sleep doesn’t work anymore. On the long run, that leads to considerable human disorders with regard to performance and health.
A regular and properly working circadian rhythm is highly important for our health and maintains our performance capacity in everyday’s life. Moreover, it is necessary for guaranteeing recreative sleep.