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LED phototherapy with polarized light for problems in adolescence

PROBLEMS IN ADOLESCENCE ACNE AND BLACKHEADS A large proportion, almost 90% of teenagers suffer from this “illness”, which may cause severe esthetic and psychological problems. Additionally, improper treatment may leave behind permanent scars. Acne or blackheads – commonly called pimples – form when the opening of the sebaceous glands in the skin becomes blocked for some reason, which leads to the proliferation of bacteria, and eventually to inflammation. Pimples usually emerge during adolescence in response to a combination of factors, such as hormonal changes, inherited predisposition, and environmental effects. In order to prevent more significant blemishes and unsightly scars, acne treatment should start early. Cleansing is very important: facial skin should be thoroughly cleaned in the morning and in the evening with lukewarm water and soap or a cleansing lotion. Remove all powder or makeup before going to bed. Only non-irritating and nondrying facial care products should be used. Do not use strongly drying and irritating liquid soaps because they increase sebum production. In order to avoid oiliness of the forehead, frequent hair washing is recommended. Topical treatments used in home care may be sufficient for the mildest cases: in order to counteract a too thick stratum corneum, pimples should be treated with exfoliants, drying paste, or suspensions, usually applied in the evening. Pharmacological therapy may be used in addition to localized treatments. Treatment ■ treat the affected area for 10 to 15 minutes two or three times a day. Color therapy ■ the color green is recommended for the affected area, yellow for the liver and the spleen, and orange for the kidneys.  

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LED phototherapy with polarized light for neonatal diseases

NEONATAL DISEASES The significance of treatment with the lamp is that since it has no side effects, in can be used for the treatment of infants. It accelerates healing, it is painless, and in many cases can be used while the infant is asleep. ALLERGY Allergy is an overreaction of the body to substances that generate no response under normal conditions. These substances are called allergens. The binding of allergen to an antibody triggers tissue inflammation. Generally speaking, allergies are an illness of the young, and unless chronic organic disorders are present (such as the narrowing of bronchi in asthma), symptoms usually become more moderate with advancing age. The symptoms of infantile or childhood allergic disease may shift as the child ages. For example, the symptoms of pediatric eczema and food allergies may clear up, or be replaced by other allergies such as hay fever and/or asthma. Diagnosis and proper treatment are very important, because any childhood allergy can increase the risk of developing asthma. Symptoms can vary greatly depending on which organ is the site of the allergic reaction. In all cases, the cause of the allergy should be clarified before commencing treatment. Since a predisposition to allergies can be inherited, and other factors also play a role in the development of allergic symptoms and allergic diseases, it is very important to take certain preventive steps in the case of high risk infants (a family history of allergies) in order to decrease the risk of the development of symptoms or disease. These precautions include: Breastfeed your child as long as possible. (Studies have shown that 6 months of breastfeeding decreases risk.) If you are unable to breastfeed, choose a so-called hypoallergenic formula. Unless it is medically indicated, do not take any medication during breastfeeding. Under the age of 1 year, your infant should not receive any foreign proteins such as cow’s milk. Any new foods should be introduced gradually into your infant’s diet. Do not smoke around your child. The environment of your infant should be free of allergenic materials (e.g. dust and mold, etc.) and domestic pets (e.g. cats and dogs, etc.). Treatment ■ According to the standard practice of the treatment of skin problems, the area to be treated should be cleaned first. Light therapy should be applied 2 to 3 times a day, illuminating the affected area for 4 minutes during each session. If your doctor prescribed a cream, it should be applied to the affected area before light therapy, and if the area is large the light should be moved back and forth over it. Color therapy ■ illuminate the area of the spleen and liver with yellow light for 6 minutes each, and the thymus with green light (in children). HIVES (URTICARIA) This is a local allergic reaction. A small, itchy rash that does not rise above the skin surface, it is mostly caused by food or drug allergy or contact allergens (such as chemicals), but can also be triggered by inhaled allergens (such as pollen). It is a very common allergic symptom. In rare cases, a chronic (long-lasting, frequently recurring) form occurs, and a thorough medical check-up and longterm monitoring might be required to identify the triggers. It is worth identifying and then eliminating the trigger. Treatment ■ 2 to 3 times 10 minutes daily. Color therapy ■ the color green, then orange is recommended. TEETHING Teething typically starts at the age of four months, and lasts until about age 2.5 to 3 years. Polarized light therapy helps reduce pain, promotes restful sleep, and alleviates the potential cold-like symptoms that accompany teething. Treatment ■ 10 minutes, on the affected area. Twice daily. Color therapy ■ light therapy can be complemented with the color blue. EAR PAIN Middle ear infection Frequent in children and infants, but also occurs in adults. In response to ear pain, small children frequently touch their ears, or the ears may be extremely sensitive to pressure. Hearing can deteriorate, moreover, neglected illness can lead to permanent hearing loss in children. See your doctor as soon as possible – do not wait until your child’s eardrum has to be lanced! Otitis externa A skin disease, inflammation of the external ear canal that is accompanied by severe pain, caused in most cases by water entering the ear canal. The child should be examined by a doctor in all cases, because antibiotic treatment is often unavoidable. In such cases the lamp should be used as a complementary treatment. Treatment ■ as a complementary treatment, 6 to 8 minutes, 2 to 3 times a day. The healthy ear should be treated too! Color therapy ■ the color green alleviates inflammation of the ears, then orange strengthens the immune system. ABDOMINAL PAIN Abdominal pain arises due to a variety of conditions. Always make sure that your child’s abdominal pain is not caused by serious illness! Newborns frequently experience abdominal discomfort due to swallowed air, and they have not yet learned how to get rid of wind produced during digestion. In addition to burping, these pains can be alleviated with polarized light, and the treatment also has a calming effect on the baby. Treatment ■ twice daily for 6 to 8 minutes on the abdominal area. Color therapy ■ the color blue has a calming effect on children. BRONCHITIS Polarized light therapy (used as a complementary treatment) can accelerate this illness running its course. Treatment ■ the mucosa of the throat and the pharynx, the maxillary lymph nodes on the front side of the neck, the hili of the lungs on both sides of the sternum and the area under the shoulder blades, and the thymus in children, twice daily for 6 to 8 minutes. Color therapy ■ the color green as an anti-inflammatory treatment, blue for lymph nodes.  

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LED phototherapy with polarized light for detoxification

DETOXIFICATION Detoxification of the body is an important part of Oriental medicine. It plays a major role in disease prevention and the regeneration of the immune system. There are various methods of detoxification, such as juicing, juicing combined with medicinal plants, or massages. The polarized light lamp is an excellent tool of disease prevention and/or healing, whether used alone or to complement other treatments. Treatment ■ 6 to 20 minutes (less for children, more for adults) of treatment of the liver, spleen, kidneys and navel is recommended, preferably during the evening hours. Drinking a detoxifying tea is recommended, both before and after the treatment. Color therapy ■ the color orange is recommended for the kidneys and the navel, and yellow for the liver and the spleen – it greatly promotes the strengthening of the immune system.

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LED phototherapy with polarized light for sleep disorders

SLEEP DISORDERS Sleep is part of the life of humans and most vertebrates. It is essential for our bodies from both a qualitative and a quantitative standpoint. During sleep, the body regenerates and prepares for the next physical and mental challenges, and our subconscious sorts out the events of the previous day. The need for sleep is different at different ages: newborn babies only seem to wake up to feed, while old people can get by with only a few short hours of sleep. Two cycles alternate during sleep. During the non-rapid eye movement (NREM) or slow wave sleep (SWS) phase, the energy of the body is restored, and growth hormones are released. This cycle is interrupted by REM (rapid eye movement) periods, primarily characterized by irregular, faster and shallower breathing. The eyes perform rapid movements in all directions, while the muscles of the extremities are temporarily unable to move. Dreaming mostly happens during the REM phase. Studies have shown that brain areas involved in learning, thinking, and organizing are active during this period. Lack of sleep impairs performance and adaptability, increases the risk of accidents, decreases immune defenses, and prolonged sleep deprivation can lead to death. Most sleep disorders are associated with some type of physical, psychiatric, or psychological illness or problem, although they can also occur as a separate condition. Sleep disorders most frequently manifest as problems falling or staying asleep, early waking, or a combination of both. However, there are also specific sleep disorders such as narcolepsy (sudden, unexpected sleep attacks at various times of the day) or somnambulism (sleepwalking). Today there are several sleep centers in Hungary (one center in the Heim Pál Children’s Hospital is specializing in the treatment of children). It is recommended that you visit one of these if the sleep disorder has been present for a long time. Treatment ■ illuminate the back along the spine for 4 minutes, proceeding from point to point. Color therapy ■ the use of the color blue is recommended.

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LED phototherapy with polarized light for diabetes

DIABETES (DIABETES MELLITUS) The most common metabolic disease in the world, diabetes can lead to severe complications and the number of patients is increasing year after year. It is caused by a lack of insulin or the insensitivity of the body to insulin. As a consequence, glucose is not taken up by the cells, but is excreted through the urine while taking a large amount of water with it. Type 1 diabetes usually develops quickly and is only recognized when the affected individual falls into a coma. Type 2 diabetes develops slowly, almost imperceptibly, so it usually comes to light in the course of a routine medical check-up, indicated by elevated blood glucose levels or elevated urine glucose levels. Since the cells are unable to absorb glucose, the concentration of glucose increases in response to absolute or relative insulin deficiency. The amount of excreted urine increases due to high blood glucose levels (hyperglycemia), because above a certain glucose level (usually from 10 mmol/L) the kidneys can no longer retain glucose and it is excreted with the urine together with a large volume of water. This water loss makes the patient thirsty. In some cases, prolonged fatigue, delayed wound healing, recurrent acne, or itching may point to diabetes. Hyperglycemia can induce ophthalmologic complications, such as visual disturbances. Ophthalmologists sometimes call attention to possible diabetes after recognizing characteristic changes to the back of the eye. Since glucose is not taken up by the body, the weight of the individual may decrease even with unchanged or increased appetite. The patient can adjust to the symptoms, so it is common for the complications of diabetes to be first recognized by a doctor. Polarized light therapy is an important complementary therapy in diabetes, especially because diabetics often suffer a weakened immune system and vascular damage, both of which can cause a plethora of other disorders. These can be mitigated by treating the appropriate areas with polarized light. Treatment ■ treat the eyes, the kidneys and the pancreas for 10 minutes each, repeated after 30 minutes. Color therapy ■ the use of the color yellow is recommended, and the kidneys should be treated with orange

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LED phototherapy with polarized light for headache, migraine, toothache

OTHER ACHES AND PAINS Headache Treatment ■ treatment of the nape of the neck and the crown is recommended, for 10 minutes each, repeated after 20 minutes. Color therapy ■ the color blue is recommended for the nape, and violet for the crown. Migraine Treatment ■ move the lamp back and forth over the nape of the neck, the top of the nose, and the forehead for 10 minutes each, several times a day. Color therapy ■ the use of blue or violet light is recommended. Toothache In case of a toothache, always consult a doctor, because cavities can be present even if they are invisible to the naked eye. A decayed tooth can be a localized cause of other problems such as headaches, earaches, and hair loss. Treatment ■ treat the painful, affected area for 10 to 20 minutes, two or three times a day. Color therapy ■ the color blue – or in the case of inflammation, green – is recommended.

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LED phototherapy with polarized light for sports injuries

SPORTS INJURIES Muscle cramps Treatment ■ treat each point of the affected area for 15 minutes twice a day. Color therapy ■ the color yellow is recommended for the arms, and orange for the legs. Bruises Treatment ■ treat the affected area with a back and forth motion for 10 minutes twice a day. Color therapy ■ the use of the color blue is recommended. Sprains Always consult a doctor to determine whether it is a sprain, and to diagnose the extent of the injury. If necessary, wear a splint. Treatment ■ treat the affected area for 10 minutes twice a day. Color therapy ■ the use of the color yellow is recommended.

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LED phototherapy with polarized light for musculoskeletal disorders

MUSCULOSKELETAL DISORDERS Joint diseases Joint diseases can be caused by a variety of disorders leading to wear and tear and inflammation. Frequently an accumulation of toxins results in joint diseases. In such a case, a detoxifying cleanse is recommended! Treatment ■ Always treat the affected area, proceeding from point to point, treat each point for 10 minutes, repeated after 30 minutes twice a day. During the detoxifying cleanse, treat the kidneys, liver, spleen and navel by moving the light back and forth. Color therapy ■ use the color green for inflammation, yellow for wear and tear of the joint, and orange for the lower extremities. Back pain, herniated/slipped disc Inside the inter-vertebral discs there is a gel-like core surrounded by a tougher, fibrous ring. If this fibrous ring is weakened or damaged, the internal, softer core might bulge (just like with any other type of hernia), or in more severe cases might break through and protrude. This protruding part can compress the spinal nerve roots causing intense pain. It can develop gradually or suddenly, almost from one moment to another. This sudden pain can be caused by injury, tumor, infection or rheumatoid disease. If the spine is osteoporotic, simply lifting something can result in herniation, as can bacterial infections. Generally, surgical intervention is only recommended for serious cases – rest and pharmacological treatment are the usual recommendations. At the initial stage, take care to select appropriate footwear. If you work in an office, stand up and walk around for 5 to 10 minutes several times a day. Use a suitable mattress for sleeping, and avoid carrying heavy loads, or make sure they are distributed properly. It is essential to consult a doctor if you experience these symptoms! Treatment ■ treat both sides of the lumbar spine for 20 minutes each, repeat after 30 minutes twice a day. Color therapy ■ the use of the color violet is recommended. Gout A disease accompanied by joint problems, caused by a metabolic disturbance leading to the accumulation of uric acid. A suitable diet and high fluid intake are important, in addition to pharmacological treatment. Polarized light therapy is recommended as a complementary treatment. Treatment ■ treat the affected joints and the kidneys for 10 minutes twice a day. Color therapy ■ the color green is recommended for the inflamed areas, and orange for the kidneys. Rheumatoid arthritis An autoimmune disease resulting in joint inflammation: the body recognizes its own connective tissues as foreign, and mounts an inflammatory reaction in defense. In the course of this disease, the synovial joints thicken, limiting normal function. The joint and the surrounding structures are gradually destroyed. Symptoms: initially fever, malaise, then muscle spasms and, eventually, the joint deformity becomes permanent. During this process, tendinitis, rheumatoid nodules and bony deformations can develop. As the disease progresses, painful connective tissue or joint stiffness develops, deforming the joint. Compared to men, its incidence is two to three times higher among women. Polarized light therapy is an important complementary treatment for this illness. Treatment ■ treat each point of the affected areas for 10 minutes twice a day. Color therapy ■ the color yellow is recommended for the joints, and orange for the kidneys. Osteoporosis October 20th has been named Osteoporosis day by the WHO. The disease has been called “the silent epidemic” because frequently it is not recognized until complications such as fractures develop. Its incidence is higher among women, affecting a third of post-menopausal women, or an estimated one million women in Hungary. Although any of the bones can break, there are fracture sites that are typical of osteoporosis: these are the wrists, hips, and the vertebrae. Vertebrae may collapse after lifting even small loads, leading to a loss of height. It is not necessarily accompanied by pain. A large proportion of hip fractures in the elderly lead to death due to complications, or the patient may not recover and will require support for the rest of his or her lifetime, placing a great burden on both family and society. However, osteoporosis and its manifestations can be prevented, or the risk can be decreased. Prevention is especially important in the case of this health problem, because a little care can mean freedom from a severe problem during later years. Measurement of bone density has shown that regular exercise increases the mineral content of bones. Osteoporosis is less frequent among people who perform regular physical work or exercise. Physical activity is also very important once the disease has developed. Regular back and spine strengthening exercises improve posture and protect the spine. With better muscle coordination and movement, falls and fractures become less likely. It is recommended that patients consults a physical therapist to learn about the best exercises. In Hungary, there are many places that offer group physical therapy within the framework of osteoporosis patient associations or a network of osteoporosis centers. Recommended sports include swimming, bicycling, gardening – however, extreme sports should be avoided. Calcium requirements at different ages Childhood 1,200 mg/day Adulthood 800 mg/day Pregnancy 1,200 mg/day Breastfeeding 1,400 mg/day Old age 1,500 mg/day Calcium content of foods Food Calcium, mg / 100 g (mg / approx. one quarter pound) Meat 14 White bread 20 Brown bread 30 Cabbage 54 Lentils 74 Cottage cheese 80 Beans 106 Bananas 110 Milk 120 Spinach 140 Walnuts 202 Almond 230 Oily fish 270 Hazelnuts 290 Trappist cheese 600 Swiss cheese 800 Poppy seeds 968 A proper diet and adequate calcium intake play an important role in the prevention of this disease. Calcium requirement varies with age. The calcium requirements of children and the elderly are higher due to increased bone growth and inadequate calcium absorption, respectively. The best way to obtain the required amount of calcium is through the consumption of milk and dairy products, but oily seeds and legumes are also high in calcium. Calcium supplements can be taken, but take care not to ingest excessive amounts, because they can be harmful. Do not forget that vitamin D is

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LED phototherapy with polarized light for diseases of the excretory and genital organs

DISEASES OF THE EXCRETORY AND GENITAL ORGANS Pyelonephritis Polarized light therapy is used here as a complementary treatment. This illness – accompanied by pain in the kidney area, frequent need for urination, and fever – always requires medical attention. It is important to drink a lot of fluids. Treatment ■ treat both kidneys, the sternum (in children), and the bladder for 20 minutes each during the evening hours. Color therapy ■ the use of the color orange is recommended. Cystitis Cystitis develops frequently during childhood, but can also occur in adults, mainly women. It is accompanied by frequent urination and abdominal pain. Its treatment is important, because recurrent cystitis can lead to infertility in adulthood. Drink a lot of fluids! Polarized light therapy is recommended as a complementary treatment. Treatment ■ treat the ovaries and the abdomen for 10 minutes each, repeat after 20 minutes. Color therapy ■ the use of the color orange is recommended. Prostatic hyperplasia (enlarged prostate) As a consequence of benign prostatic hyperplasia, the prostate can grow to several times its normal size and cause serious problems with urination by compressing and decreasing the diameter of the urethra. Urination during the night becomes more frequent, and the need to urinate becomes more urgent with time. It may be accompanied by pain and a burning or stinging sensation, and difficulty starting and stopping urinations is also characteristic of prostate hyperplasia. It is essential to consult a doctor to rule out serious disorders such as tumors or abscesses. Diet plays an important role in the prevention of prostate cancer. You should eat whole, unprocessed foods, and make sure to take zinc and unsaturated fatty acids regularly. Use cold-pressed oils such as sesame or olive oils. Eat more oily seeds, pumpkin seeds, walnuts, peanuts, raw vegetables, fruits, beans, peas and brown rice. Treatment ■ treat the affected area for 20 minutes twice a day. Color therapy ■ illumination of the prostate with the color orange is recommended. Impotence, frigidity Frigidity in women means not only a lack of orgasms, but also a decrease in sexual drive and insensitivity to sexual stimuli. There are several degrees, starting with a long sexual reaction time and rare orgasms, up to an aversion to sexual contact. It can be caused by somatic factors (for example hormonal disorders), or psychological, interpersonal, and cultural factors. It is worth paying attention to this problem, because it is usually treatable. Unfortunately, people (and not only women) have a hard time discussing these issues. Treatment ■ polarized light treatment should last for 10 minutes, illuminate the ovaries, the lumbar spine, as well as the midpoint between the vulva and the navel (abdominal chakra). Repeat after 30 minutes. Color therapy ■ violet light is recommended for the spine, orange for the ovaries, and red for the area of the abdominal chakra. Impotence is a common term for the inability of the man to achieve an erection. Medically speaking there are different types, and they can include infertility, erectile dysfunction, lack of ejaculation (due to lack of sperm), lack of sexual desire, and the absence of orgasm. The term is also applied to sterility or multiple loss of pregnancy in women. It may be caused by organic disorders or psychological problems, and the majority of these can be treated by a qualified specialist. Treatment ■ treat the testicles, lumbar spine and abdominal chakra for 10 minutes each, repeat after 30 minutes. Color therapy ■ the color red is recommended for the testicles, orange for the abdominal chakra, and purple for the spine. Menopause (the change) A physiological phase in women around the age of 50, when a change in the hormonal balance of the body occurs, as the name suggests. All women go through this change, but the symptoms and their intensity can vary. It is caused by a decrease in the amount of the estrogen hormone produced by the ovaries. It can be a natural process, or due to surgical intervention or radiation therapy. Symptoms: ■      Hot flushes and perspiration occur due to disordered control of body temperature. ■      Neurovascular disturbances can cause hypertension, headache, migraine, and arrhythmia. ■      There is an increased tendency to edema or to “retain water” due to an imbalance of the adrenal cortex. ■    Metabolism slows down, leading to weight gain. ■ Urinary incontinence (difficulty holding back urine). These are caused in part by the decreased levels of female hormones. This leads to the atrophy of vaginal and urethral mucosa, and a decreased tone of the tissues surrounding the urethra, resulting in leakage of urine. ■ The decreased levels of female hormones can cause vaginal dryness and itching, and can also increase the vulnerability of the vagina and the cervix. This can make sex uncomfortable, leading to bleeding during sexual intercourse. ■    Libido decreases or can completely disappear. An equivalent of menopause also affects men, though the symptoms of andropause are milder, take place over a longer time, and the changes are much less obvious. Andropause is also caused by a decrease of hormone levels, in this case that of testosterone (instead of estrogen). Treatment ■ treat the abdominal chakra for 20 minutes, and the two ovaries and the third eye for 10 minutes each. Color therapy ■ the use of the color orange is recommended.  

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LED phototherapy with polarized light for respiratory problems

RESPIRATORY PROBLEMS Sinusitis This is an inflammation of the sinus cavities. It can be recognized by headache and facial pain triggered by bending down, lifting or coughing. It might be associated with a sensation of pressure on the top of the head. A doctor should be consulted in all cases, because antibiotic treatment is likely unavoidable. Treatment ■ the upper jaw and the frontal bone (forehead) should be treated twice daily for 8 to 10 minutes as a complementary therapy; additionally, treat the thymus and lymph glands situated under the jawbone (in children treat the sternum). Color therapy ■ the anti-inflammatory effect of the color green is beneficial. Colds Characterized by nasal discharge and stuffiness. Treatment is best started when the first symptoms appear. To prevent complications such as sinusitis, nasal sprays or drops are recommended for the alleviation of congestion. Treatment ■ in addition to the nasal mucosa, the maxillary and frontal sinuses should also be treated. Recommendation: 2 to 3 sessions daily, 8 to 10 minutes per session. Color therapy ■ the calming effect of the color blue and the anti-inflammatory effect of green are beneficial. Pharyngitis, tonsillitis Therapy started when symptoms first appear helps prevent full-blown disease. However, you should contact your doctor if your symptoms worsen. Polarized light therapy used as complementary treatment of these conditions may contribute to faster recovery. In addition to polarized light therapy, other alternative treatments such as gargling with salt water may also be helpful when symptoms appear. Treatment ■ illuminate the right and left sides of the neck, and the sternum two or three times a day, until symptoms disappear. Color therapy ■ for the throat, the color blue, and for the sternum, the color green is recommended. Bronchitis Polarized light therapy (used as a complementary treatment) may increase the speed at which this illness runs its course. Treatment ■ the mucosa of the throat and the pharynx, the maxillary lymph nodes on the front side of the neck, the hili of the lung on both sides of the sternum and the area under the shoulder blades, and the thymus in children, twice daily for 6 to 8 minutes. Color therapy ■ the color green as an anti-inflammatory treatment, blue for lymph nodes. Pleurisy This disease, accompanied by chest pain, develops after illnesses of the upper respiratory tract. Polarized light therapy should be used as a complementary treatment to strengthen the immune system. Treatment ■ treat the thymus, the lymph nodes under the jaw and the painful area for 10 minutes each twice a day. Color therapy ■ use the color blue for the lymph nodes and green for the painful, inflamed areas. Apply the treatment with a back and forth motion. Pneumonia An illness usually accompanied by fever and a strong cough, and sometimes also by chest pain. Medical attention and pharmacological treatment are an absolute necessity. Illumination with polarized light promotes uncomplicated recovery, and shortens the recovery period. Treatment ■ treat the cervical lymph nodes, the sternum, the hili of the lungs, and the overall area of the lungs (both on the chest and the back) twice daily, from a distance of 4 inches, in 10-minute sessions. Color therapy ■ use the color blue for the lymph nodes, and green for the inflamed areas. Asthma Strengthening of the immune system is the important factor in the complementary therapy of childhood asthma. Wheezing and coughing in adults is often due to gastro-esophageal reflux (the stomach content moving back up the esophagus). Polarized light therapy is recommended as a complementary treatment. Treatment ■ treatment of the thymus for children, while in adults the treatment of the solar plexus and the hili of the lungs (fourth intercostal space along the sternum) are recommended. Color therapy ■ the color green is recommended for the thymus and the hili of the lungs.  

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