Brain Light , UV – IR
Light Brain – The “Sun system” -Atmosphere-Physical heat
Without the protective action of the atmosphere, the sun’s rays would cause excessive dehydration. Something equivalent can be observed in deserts, where extreme conditions are found and can be dangerous for the human body.
However, with the filtering of solar radiation from the atmosphere the harmful radiation is removed. If this natural process didn’t take place then the molecules of water from the skin would absorb too much energy leading to severe burns.
The hybrosan Irradiator uses that combination. The radiation produced (with the exclusion of UV radiation) is at a wavelength of 0.76 to 1.4 microns. The infrared radiation generated by the hydrogen Irradiator allows the heating of tissues in greater depth when compared to conventional devices. The unique operating system of the device is based on using a sealed receptacle water filter, which consumes the harmful radiation produced by compatible infrared lamps. This absorption leads to the activation of the so called “off-groups” at 0.94, 1.18, 1.38 and 1.87 microns. Therefore, with the same emission intensity, the heating of tissues can take place in greater depth and for longer periods of time. The hydrosun Irradiator achieves an increase in blood circulation along with other positive effects.
The wide use of radiation and medicines has created a new term in the field of health known as Photodynamic therapy. It is an innovative approach to treat tumors and other malignancies. The method is based on granting light-sensitive drugs which selectively collect the malignant cells. Then the malignant cells receive further radiation and become damaged.
– High penetrative power
– No overheating of the skin
– Prevention of dehydration
– Improvement of blood circulation
HYDROSUM IRRADIATOR-Fields of application
GENERAL MEDICAL PRACTICE
- Chronic rheumatic diseases with malformation
- Chronic pain
- Chronic neuritis and neuralgia
- Cervical syndrome
- Scar formations
- Blood circulation problems
- Chronic rheumatic inflammation
- Chronic spinal pain
- Sciatic syndrome
- Arthritis in all major joints
- Cervical Spinal Disorders
- Muscle contraction headaches
- Forearm Pain
- Progressive, systematic sclerosis
ORTHOPEDICS/ SPORT MEDICINE
- Muscular sclerosis (lesions)
- Muscular rigidities
- Disc herniation
- Back pain
- Joint stiffness