LED phototherapy with polarized light for problems of the digestive tract

PROBLEMS OF THE DIGESTIVE TRACT

Gastritis, inflammation of the stomach

An inflammation of the gastric mucosa can be triggered by a variety of factors, such as medications, smoking, alcohol, or stress. Polarized light therapy can be used as a complementary treatment to decrease inflammation and pain.

Treatment ■ illumination of the solar plexus, and the areas under the left and right rib cage, repeated after 60 minutes, twice daily.
Color therapy ■ the use of color green on the affected area is recommended.

Ulcers

A stomach ulcer is a gap in the gastric mucosa measuring at least a five millimeter across. In terms of depth, the ulcer may affect different layers of the mucosa.

A bacterium called Helicobacter pylori plays an important role in the development of 60-70% of stomach ulcers. Thanks to its special structure, this bacterium can survive in the acidic environment of the stomach. Ulcers can be caused by several of factors: it is well known that stomach or duodenal ulcers can be a side effect of certain medications, such as steroids. Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications (such as aspirin and diclofenac, taken for rheumatic complaints and headaches) can cause even more problems, because they are frequently taken without medical advice and monitoring. There is a higher incidence of ulcers among smokers, for whom healing is typically slower even with appropriate treatment and there are more complications. Ulcers can develop in 2 to 3 days in response to events (such as major accidental injuries, head injuries, burns, shock, or serious infections) that place the body under stress. Impairment of the body’s defense system and increased acid production both play a role in the development of ulcers.

The pain associated with ulcers typically goes away after a meal, and then slowly returns as the stomach empties, usually within 1 to 3 hours. The pain associated with the emptying of the stomach that goes away after ingestion of food is called hunger pain.

Treatment ■ illumination of the solar plexus, and the areas under the left and right rib cage, repeated after 60 minutes, twice daily.
Color therapy ■ the use of color green on the affected area is recommended.

Hepatitis, cholecystitis, pancreatitis

Polarized light therapy can be used as a complementary treatment to alleviate pain, promote regenerative processes, and decrease inflammation. It is very important to keep to a simple, low-fat diet.

Treatment ■ illuminate

  • the area of the gallbladder under the right side of the rib cage,
  • the lobes of the liver,
  • the spleen (under the left side),
  • the kidneys,
  • the right and left sides of the pancreas (above the navel), and

the solar plexus for 10 minutes each, repeat after 30 minutes, twice a day.
Color therapy ■ use yellow light in a back and forth motion over the problematic area, and use orange light to treat the kidneys, and the spleen.

Crohn’s disease

An autoimmune disorder, this disease is accompanied by the chronic inflammation of the gastrointestinal system, primarily the small and large intestines, usually with no identifiable cause. It is frequently accompanied by ulcers and abscesses on the affected intestinal wall, so regular gastroenterological examinations are required.

Treatment ■ the immune system can be strengthened by treating the area of the

  • kidneys,
  • liver, and
  • spleen.

Inflammation can be decreased by moving the light back and forth over the abdominal area for 8 to 10 minute twice a day.
Color therapy ■ the color yellow for the treatment of the liver and the spleen, orange for the kidneys; green is recommended for the inflamed areas.

Ulcerative colitis

A disease accompanied by abdominal bloating and pain, and difficult bowel movements. It is important to have a medical check-up to rule out serious pathologies such as tumors. The health of the colon plays an important role in the proper function of the adult immune system. Pay attention to adequate fluid intake in the form of water, and consume foods rich in fiber (fruits and vegetables).

Treatment ■ treat the liver, spleen and abdominal areas for 10 minutes each, repeated after 30 minutes, twice a day.
Color therapy ■ the color yellow is recommended for the liver and the spleen, and orange for the kidneys.

 

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