«All colors of life»
Neurosis affects the functioning of various brain parts, including the pituitary gland. The pituitary gland is a small but crucial gland of internal secretion that regulates most of the other endocrine glands in the body. This makes it the central node in the hormone regulatory system, and any malfunction can have global health consequences.
Neurosis affects the pituitary gland directly or indirectly. The direct effect occurs through stimulating or suppressing the nerve pathways leading to the pituitary gland due to stress or anxiety. Indirect effects occur through the overall development of pressure on the body, which can decrease pituitary gland function.
Symptoms associated with pituitary dysfunction due to neurosis can be varied and include:
- Impaired growth and development (due to impaired secretion of growth hormone);
- Disorders of the menstrual cycle or sexual desire (due to impaired gonadotropin secretion);
- Metabolic disorders, including weight gain or loss (due to abnormal thyrotropic hormone or corticotropin secretion);
- Urinary disorders (due to impaired vasopressin secretion).
In addition, disruption of the pituitary gland leads to decreased immunity. Therefore, treating neurosis is essential for the health of the pituitary gland and the body as a whole.
Treating neurosis with impulse-color therapy can help avoid these problems and restore normal pituitary function. Neurosis distorts the perception of color. Impulse-color therapy is an innovative, drug-free treatment for neurosis that uses pulses of color to stimulate specific areas of the brain, resulting in restored color perception and improved physical and emotional health. Restoring color perception is the cure for neurosis; pituitary gland diseases will disappear.
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.