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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