«All colors of life»
Blood and Vessels
- Hypertension or hypotension: Neurosis causes high or low blood pressure. Symptoms may include headaches, dizziness, fatigue, or heart rhythm disturbances.
- Tachycardia or bradycardia: The rate of heart rate can also change with neurosis, resulting in an excessively fast or slow heartbeat.
- Feeling "throbbing" in different body parts: Some people suffering from neurosis may feel throbbing in other parts, such as the neck, head, or arms.
- Cyanosis (blueness of the skin) or pale skin.
- Circulatory disorders: this is manifested by cold hands and feet, swelling, numbness, or tingling sensations.
- Fatigue and weakness.
- Unsteadiness or dizziness.
Not only does neurosis lead to poor circulation and high blood pressure, but it can also aggravate various cardiovascular diseases such as arrhythmia, coronary heart disease, and heart attack. Treating neurosis with impulse-color therapy will reduce stress and anxiety levels, improving circulatory health.
Neurosis distorts color perception. Impulse-color therapy is an innovative, drug-free method of treating neurosis that uses pulses of color to stimulate specific areas of the brain, resulting in the restoration of color perception and improvement of physical and emotional health. Restoring color perception is the cure for neurosis, and with it goes: high or low blood pressure, chest pain, general weakness, tachycardia or bradycardia, the feeling of "pulsation" in various parts of the body, and other neurotic symptoms of the vascular system.
A personal course of impulse-color therapy is an individual video file recording a unique set of color highlights.
The patient does not need to visit the therapist. He watches the video file on his laptop, tablet, or phone twice daily (morning and evening) for 15-20 minutes. In the 3rd week of work with impulse-color therapy, the patient will notice profound positive changes in his well-being.