While researching modern electro-magnetic medicine technologies I stumbled upon a biofeedback technology called SCENAR, which stands for Self-Controlled Energy Neuro-Adaptive Regulator. This technology originates from Russia’s cold war years and was a secret until Perestroyka came and at which point it was declassified and became available to the mere mortals.
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Introduction to SCENAR
The technology was originally developed for the Russian Space Program to help cosmonauts maintain their health while in space. From my reading it appears that it is not being used by their cosmonauts these days but many health facilities and multiple private individuals deploy this technology daily with a great success.
SCENAR is reported to be one of the most effective complementary therapies, with success reports ranging from simple injuries and pains to difficult neurological problems. It not only deals quickly with fresh injuries and acute pain, it helps resolve chronic issues where nothing else seems to work. SCENAR has been used successfully in the treatment of: Cardiovascular System, Dental Diseases, Endocrine System, Gastrointestinal System, Immune System, Musculoskeletal Disorders, Nervous System, Respiratory System and Urogenital System.
During a SCENAR session, the recipient feels only a gentle tingle and/or stroking sensation, as the device is moved over the spine, abdomen, infected area or other relevant portions of the bare skin. The SCENAR’s signals changes in response to body changes, thus preventing adaptation or habituation.
In a few words this is a very advanced biofeedback technology that has been polished for the last 40+ years, which interacts directly with the patient’s brain and activates their body’s healing mechanisms. The most recent generation of this technology called COSMODIC can even help body regenerate tissues and organs, and it accomplishes it rather fast. It can be used with great efficacy by medical professionals and lay persons. Some devices are more suitable for professionals and have more manual override modes, others have been designed to be almost fully automatic so that even a child or an elderly person could figure out how to use. Read the rest of this entry »
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