Lyme disease and photon therapy as a new approach to treatment

Lyme disease and photon therapy as a new approach to treatment

Photon therapy: a new approach to treating Lyme disease

Lyme disease affects many people and causes a wide variety of clinical pictures.

But the often inevitable treatment with antibiotics, has been replaced by a well researched, antibiotic-free and efficient treatment. The therapy with photons.

What is Lyme disease?

Lyme disease is a bacterial disease that attacks our cells and can lead to a wide variety of clinical pictures.

Classics such as headache and fever are usually supplemented here by typical symptoms such as concentration disorders and joint pain.

The list of symptoms is long and only a specialist can determine Lyme disease with certainty.

The most common cause of Lyme disease is the bite of a tick. However, the incubation period here can last several weeks, which makes Lyme disease seem to come out of nowhere.

Bites and stings from other insects, such as mosquitoes or horseflies, can also trigger Lyme disease.

Fortunately, there is a successful treatment for this that is free of medication. The photon therapy.

What are photons?

But one thing at a time. What are photons anyway?

Photons are elementary particles, which makes them indivisible. There are a lot of them, but photons are especially important for our life.

Photons are not only light particles, but also the carriers of all electromagnetic radiation, which is emitted by almost all elements.

Also from the cells of our body. This has nothing to do with radioactivity or the like, but is a completely natural process, which is why the photons of our cells are also called biophotons.

This radiation is evidence of health, metabolism and an intact functional capacity, which is disturbed by Lyme disease.

This is how photon therapy works

The approach is simple, banal and yet ingenious. If the cells no longer emit biophotons, why are they not simply added from the outside?

Instead of replacing the functional capability, photon therapy is intended to stimulate the cells so that they can once again carry out their tasks in the usual way.

This is the basic principle of photon therapy, but on closer inspection it is much more complex.

Before photon therapy can be carried out with the help of the IDE AmpliLight, which was specially developed for this treatment, the exact radiation required is first determined.

Say: What frequency is needed for the ideal Lyme disease treatment?

A proton resonance tester is used for this purpose.

The IDE AmpliLight is the latest model for applying photon therapy and older devices, which are still commonly used, are not able to achieve the same results.

Photon therapy is used not only for Lyme disease, but also for all kinds of other diseases.

In addition to various infections and TBE, mental disorders are among the diseases that can be treated with photons.

These range from sleep disorders and burn out to depression.

This is Dr. Woitzel

This type of therapy is not yet so common, as it is quite new and is in no way inferior to conventional treatments.

For this reason, more and more therapists and doctors ask experts of this treatment to learn and apply it themselves to their patients.

One of these experts is Dr. med Ingo Woitzel. A recognized and specialized medical specialist, who has played and still plays a significant role in the development of devices for photon therapy.

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