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March 27, 2011

Bioimpedance Neuronal Microstimulation. Xanya Sofra Weiss

Filed under: Xanya Sofra Weiss — Tags: — Dr. Xanya @ 2:49 pm

<div style=”color: rgb(0, 0, 0); font-family: Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 10px; margin-top: 0px; margin-right: 0px; margin-bottom: 0px; margin-left: 0px; background-image: initial; background-attachment: initial; background-origin: initial; background-clip: initial; background-color: rgb(255, 255, 255); font: normal normal normal 13px/19px Georgia, ‘Times New Roman’, ‘Bitstream Charter’, Times, serif; padding-top: 0.6em; padding-right: 0.6em; padding-bottom: 0.6em; padding-left: 0.6em; “><p>Bioimpendance Neuronal Micro-stimulation (BNM) was engineered to treat sports injury and muscle atrophy, as well as promote lipolysis and muscle hypertrophy. A clinical study with individuals presenting abnormally clumped RBCs was completed in February 2009 with the Ion Magnum. Results indicate that this technology rapidly and efficiently leads to normalized erythrocytes’ separation at the microscopic level. Red Blood Cells’(RBCs) separation is crucial for the timely transport of hormones,antibodies, oxygen and nutrients to the cells and waste products to the kidneys. Therefore, blood separation is crucial in a number of biological processes including cellular cleansing, nourishment and oxygenation, endocrine and immune functioning. Ion Magnum’s (IM) dynamic, multi-sine, analogue waveform was originally tested at the cellular level by Dr. Donald Gilbert (1992), a molecular biologist, and was electronically composed by the Co-Inventor of the first Pacemaker (2008) to resonate at the motor nerve the signal of strenuous exercise normally emitted by the brain. Due to its resonance with the biological signal, the Ion Magnum signal spreads throughout the CNS ultimately triggering hormonal secretion such as Growth Hormone (GF), Thyroxine (T4) and Triiodothyronine (T3) for lipolysis and Insulin Growth Factor (IGF-1) for muscle hypertrophy. Power detox is an additional benefit of Ion Magnum’s induced effortless and painless isometric and isotonic muscle contractions. Sever al devices stimulate the muscles such asTENS Muscle Stimulators. However, TENS devices deplete ATP. Besides, muscle stimulation does not automatically release hormones. Neuronal synapses activated out of sync with the other inputs to the neuron stands out as odd and are eliminated. Neuronal synapses that are activated in sync with other inputs to the neuron are strengthened. The signal of a device must be in sync with the biological choreography in order to spread via the spinal cord and reach the brain. In sync, or resonance, has been touted by a number of approximate hit-ormiss techniques involving magnetic and electrical fields with dubious inconsistent results. But no technology has ever achieved nerve signaling that is biologically comparable to physical exercise. What the Co-Inventor of the first Pacemaker has accomplished, first in London University and then in the EU funded Research Center for Innovations Science, UK, is a full force, high-speed workout without actual movement, side effects or pain, that enhances hormonal secretion. Lipolysis and muscle hypertrophy following IM treatments has been reported by a number single subject design clinical studies.

December 4, 2010

Treating Facial Acne In Adolescents And Young Adults With Auriculoacupuncture And Auriculotherapy: A Pilot Study. Xanya Sofra Weiss

Filed under: Xanya Sofra Weiss — Tags: — Dr. Xanya @ 2:38 am

Denise McKee, MD, Kay Oring, PhD, Immaculada Aban, PhD, Marcia Lu, MD,Kathleen Peele, RN, Barbara Scott, mph

Background: Potential advantages of using auriculoacupuncture or auriculotherapy to treat facial acne vulgaris include reduced cost of therapy, lack of significant adverse effects, and better patient adherence and acceptance.
Objective: To examine the efficacy of using auriculoacupuncture and auriculotherapy for 20 weeks to treat acne in teenagers and young adults.
Design, Setting, and Patients: Male and female volunteers (aged 13-25 years) with grade I or II mild to moderate nonscarring facial acne were randomized to 1 of 4 groups: treatment needle (TN), control needle (CN), treatment electrical (TE), or control electrical (CE). Bilateral auricular points used for the 2 treatment groups (TN and TE) were Face Point, Skin Disorder Point F, Genital Control Point, Lung 1, Lung 2, Point Zero, Shen Men, Allergy Point, and Endocrine Point. Nine sham points on the fleshy portion of the auricular ridge were used for CN and CE groups.
Main Outcome Measure: Papule count change from baseline.
Results: On average, baseline papule counts of males (range, 32-50) were larger than those of females (range,12-18). The mean changes in papules for males were relatively greater. For females, the CN group had the highest mean baseline count and showed worsening over time as evidenced by an increase in the mean count over time, and mean change values generally below zero, i.e., counts were more than baseline. The other 3 groups continuously improved as shown by the downward trend in the mean papule counts, with the TN group showing the most improvement followed by the CE group. For males, all treatment groups showed improvement over time. The CE and TN groups had the highest baseline counts, but the CE group showed more improvement than did the TN. The CN group had the lowest mean count at the end of the study, but it also had the lowest baseline
count. The TE group had a baseline count slightly lower than that of CE and TN, but finished with the most improvement.
Conclusion: Both auriculoacupuncture and auriculotherapy appear to provide some promising therapeutic results in the treatment of adolescent mild to moderate acne vulgaris. Differences observed in therapeutic effect of the electrical stimulation vs needle stimulation may result from differences in the amount of energy delivered. Further study of this alternate treatment for acne is warranted.

Xanya Sofra Weiss

Xanya Sofra Weiss

November 6, 2010

Bioimpedance Neuronal Microstimulation. Xanya Sofra Weis

Filed under: Xanya Sofra Weiss — Tags: — Dr. Xanya @ 3:26 am

Bioimpendance Neuronal Micro-stimulation (BNM) was engineered to treat sports injury and muscle atrophy, as well as promote lipolysis and muscle hypertrophy. A clinical study with individuals presenting abnormally clumped RBCs was completed in February 2009 with the Ion Magnum. Results indicate that this technology rapidly and efficiently leads to normalized erythrocytes’ separation at the microscopic level. Red Blood Cells’(RBCs) separation is crucial for the timely transport of hormones,antibodies, oxygen and nutrients to the cells and waste products to the kidneys. Therefore, blood separation is crucial in a number of biological processes including cellular cleansing, nourishment and oxygenation, endocrine and immune functioning. Ion Magnum’s (IM) dynamic, multi-sine, analogue waveform was originally tested at the cellular level by Dr. Donald Gilbert (1992), a molecular biologist, and was electronically composed by the Co-Inventor of the first Pacemaker (2008) to resonate at the motor nerve the signal of strenuous exercise normally emitted by the brain. Due to its resonance with the biological signal, the Ion Magnum signal spreads throughout the CNS ultimately triggering hormonal secretion such as Growth Hormone (GF), Thyroxine (T4) and Triiodothyronine (T3) for lipolysis and Insulin Growth Factor (IGF-1) for muscle hypertrophy. Power detox is an additional benefit of Ion Magnum’s induced effortless and painless isometric and isotonic muscle contractions. Sever al devices stimulate the muscles such asTENS Muscle Stimulators. However, TENS devices deplete ATP. Besides, muscle stimulation does not automatically release hormones. Neuronal synapses activated out of sync with the other inputs to the neuron stands out as odd and are eliminated. Neuronal synapses that are activated in sync with other inputs to the neuron are strengthened. The signal of a device must be in sync with the biological choreography in order to spread via the spinal cord and reach the brain. In sync, or resonance, has been touted by a number of approximate hit-ormiss techniques involving magnetic and electrical fields with dubious inconsistent results. But no technology has ever achieved nerve signaling that is biologically comparable to physical exercise. What the Co-Inventor of the first Pacemaker has accomplished, first in London University and then in the EU funded Research Center for Innovations Science, UK, is a full force, high-speed workout without actual movement, side effects or pain, that enhances hormonal secretion. Lipolysis and muscle hypertrophy following IM treatments has been reported by a number single subject design clinical studies.

Xanya Sofra Weiss

Xanya Sofra Weis

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