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Monday, June 18, 2018

Smart Life device- Stroke Treatment


Friday, June 15, 2018

Treatment of stroke and heart attacks by Smart Life Bioresonance Therapy devices



Myocardial infarction and stroke - these words are spoiled by the unpleasant moon in the modern consciousness of society. People of all ages know about these terrible ailments because their harmful effects can affect any person: both a young man and an elderly grandfather. In some cases, a stroke and a heart attack may occur at the same time, which is especially frightening.

Signs of a stroke and a heart attack

The development of hemorrhagic stroke, as a rule, proceeds very rapidly. In a couple with a hypertensive crisis, the patient suddenly occurs or significantly increases the pain in the head. Mostly this pain is localized in one half of the head. After that, the patient loses consciousness, the person acquires a red hue, there is a hoarse breath and, in some cases, there are frequent attacks of vomiting. After that, a convulsive attack may develop, with most of the trial prevailing in the affected area of the body.

Signs of ischemic stroke occur much slower in the signs of a hemorrhagic stroke, while at the same time for some time quite obscure. The first stages of the disease proceed, as a rule, painlessly, why patients can not even suspect that their bodies are born in a terrible catastrophe. Among the symptoms include numbness of cheeks, hands, a slightly changed language of the patient and blurred vision.

Below are some signs of a stroke, noticing what should immediately be called an ambulance:

• The abrupt appearance of a feeling of weakness, numbness, or complete paralysis of the muscles of one half of the body;

• Complicated and disturbed language;

• Sharp worsening of vision;

• The emergence of severe headaches, dizziness and coordination disorders.

Myocardial infarction, as a rule, is accompanied by the following symptoms:

• Prolonged compression-shocking pain in the heart area, which in some cases may move into the area of the hands, neck, back or area of shoulder blades;

• Pain does not subsume after taking nitroglycerin;

• The appearance of pale skin and cold sweat;

• The condition of fainting.

Treatment of stroke and heart attack

When symptoms of a stroke are detected, the patient needs to be hospitalized in an intensive care unit. In cases where no more than 6 hours have passed since the onset of the illness, the treatment of ischemic stroke is carried out using thrombolytic therapy. With a hemorrhagic stroke, in the case when the haemorrhage is superficial, a hematoma can be removed. With these emergency measures and further therapy, you can treat the brain stroke, maximally restoring all of its lost function.

It is also worth noting that treatment after a stroke is prescribed depending on what type of illness, and can only be performed by a qualified doctor. It is highly unnecessary to prescribe or discontinue drugs because it can lead to unpredictable consequences. Homemade treatment is only part of the overall health course, which implies that home care cannot be replaced by inpatient care. In order to make the most effective home treatment, you need to consult a specialist before applying any folk method.

Treatment of stroke at home is carried out along with the course of gymnastics exercises. If the patient is not contraindicated in physical exercises, then the course should begin in the first days after the disease. It is necessary to perform passive movements in the limbs, prone to paralysis. It should be done at least 20 minutes 4 times a day.

If you notice symptoms of a heart attack, then, as in the case of a stroke, the patient should be immediately taken to the hospital. Treatment for myocardial infarction should be carried out in the department of resuscitation.

Treatment of myocardium requires drugs that can dissolve formed thrombus, lower blood pressure and reduce the volume of blood circulating. It is also necessary painkillers. The effectiveness of treating a heart attack is affected by the time elapsed since the onset of the illness and before the arrival of the hospital.

Prevention of stroke and heart attack

Prevention of stroke and heart attack depends on the impact on the causes that lead to the emergence of these conditions:

1. Prevention of atherosclerosis;

2. Frequent loading of physical nature;

3. Refusal of tobacco products;

4. Control, prevention and treatment of hypertension, diabetes mellitus and blood diseases;

5. Fighting stress.

Nowadays, there is a unique bioresonance therapy of its kind, which allows us now to treat after a stroke and a heart attack in a comfortable environment for the patient and his relatives using the Smart Life Physiotherapy devices.

It is also worth remembering that before you go on the path of recovery and treatment after a stroke or after a heart attack, you need to have a good deal of patience, faith, patience and, most importantly, a sincere desire. After that, you will need a properly designed rehab program for Smart Life. Device Smart Life effectively restores the ability of independent movement even in the most severe cases - when the stroke takes to move completely in one part of the body. Thus, bioresonance therapy devices will help you to fully restore the patient.


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Friday, November 17, 2017

Chlamydia -Treatment- Smart Life



Chlamydia is a sexually transmitted disease caused by the bacterium Chlamydia trachomatis. It affects both men and women, and it's spread by having sex with a person who has the infection.

Overall it is thought that 4% of young adults are infected with chlamydia, and the likelihood of contracting chlamydia from a positive partner is estimated to be between 30–50% per sexual act.
Chlamydia can infect the rectum, eyes or throat if you have unprotected anal or oral sex. If infected semen or vaginal fluid comes into contact with the eyes you can also develop conjunctivitis.

In infants with chlamydia, eye infections occur in about 30% to 50% of babies born to infected mothers, and the infection usually occurs within 2 weeks of delivery. If the infection isn't treated in time, it can lead to scarring of the cornea and permanent damage to vision. About 5% to 20% of babies born to infected mothers will get pneumonia, usually within 2 to 12 weeks after delivery. The chlamydial pneumonia can cause anything from mild symptoms to breathing problems that include a repetitive cough.

Without early treatment, women and girls can get infections in their cervix, uterus (womb) and fallopian tubes. This is called pelvic inflammatory disease.

A pelvic inflammatory disease can cause infertility as it damages the fallopian tubes, preventing fertilization of the egg. It can also stop a fertilised egg from traveling along the fallopian tube, causing the egg to grow in the fallopian tube instead of the uterus. This is called an ectopic pregnancy and can be fatal if not treated early with emergency surgery.

If the infection is not found and treated early, men can develop prostatitis (infection and swelling of the prostate gland), epididymo-orchitis (infection in the sperm-conducting tubes and testicles) and infertility.

Infertility is usually defined as not being able to get pregnant despite trying for 12 months. However, it can take a normal, healthy couple 12 to 18 months to conceive.


Treatment programs are recommended based on clinical findings. In an acute process, the program is used 2-4 times daily until symptoms disappear, but for not less than 10 days.
In chronic carrier states: 1-2 times per day for 10-14 days. If required,
a drainage program can be added to prevent intoxication.



The criteria for recovery is:
• the disappearance of clinical symptoms,
• the negative PCR results.


PCR examination should be carried out not less than 3-4 weeks after treatment due to the possibility of obtaining false positive results due to the potential retention of devitalized microorganisms or their remnants.

Detection of chlamydia by a control after this deadline requires repetition of the course of therapy for 2 weeks. It is appropriate to conduct laboratory examination before and after treatment in the same laboratory, using the same diagnostic tests.



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