“The first step to all-natural relaxation is blocking out light. Then, the NuCalm Essential Calming Cream and the cranial electrotherapy stimulation device work together to biochemically help your brain interrupt the adrenaline and cortisol release, by mimicking what naturally occurs in your brain right before you sleep. Last, the “music” – the neuroacoustic software delivers frequencies to your brain which take you down to Theta ( Link) brain wave length. It is only with the combination of these four (4) components, that one can reach deep relaxation, reliably and rapidly.”
“Scenar Technology was developed over 40 years ago as a natural non invasive, drug free therapy for chronic pain and other health issues that may be caused by inflammation. SCENAR technology has been used by hospitals, clinics and therapist for decades with clinically proven results. In 1998 Denas MS Corporation created a more advanced technology by blending Chinese traditional acupuncture with Scenar technology, along with biofeedback, and continues as a forerunner in the field. Through application of this therapy, your body quickly responds to the energy helping reduce or eliminate your body’s acute and chronic internal and external issues, thus allowing your body to heal naturally without the adverse side effects of drugs or pharmaceutic”
“Paul and Lynn lived in New Mexico and then Colorado for many years where Paul practiced veterinary medicine. Paul was one of the first veterinarians to study acupuncture for animals in the United States in the mid-70s.
After retiring from veterinary medicine and moving to Montana Paul never lost interest in alternative therapies and started studying plasma energy technology as taught by nuclear atomic physicist and engineer who has made information from many of his patents freely available to all who wish to learn about plasma energy.”
A Calgary hospital has become the first in Canada to treat patients with virtual reality technology. It has seen patients experience a 75-percent reduction in discomfort by escaping their surroundings during painful procedures.