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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