«All colors of life»
Peripheral nervous system
Personal course of pulse-color therapy
Symptoms of neurosis that manifest at the level of the peripheral nervous system include:
- Somatic symptoms: These can be physical manifestations of stress or anxiety such as headaches, abdominal pain, back or muscle aches, rapid heartbeat, etc. These symptoms often have no apparent physiological basis and may be caused by increased tension in the nervous system.
- Sensitivity disorders: Some people may experience paresthesias (feelings of "crawling" on the skin or "needles and pins"), hyperesthesia (increased sensitivity to tactile stimuli), or anesthesia (no sensation).
- Movement disorders: These can be hand tremors, tics, seizures, or even uncontrollable movements caused by tension in the nervous system.
- Autonomic disorders: These are symptoms related to autonomic nervous system activity, such as frequent urination, constipation, nausea, sweating, or even changes in blood pressure and heart rate.
Treating neurosis with impulse-color therapy can help avoid these problems and restore the normal functioning of the peripheral nervous system. 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, and with it goes PNS disorders such as headaches, abdominal pain, back or muscle pain, heart palpitations, sensory disturbances, movement disorders, and autonomic disorders.
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.