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BIORESONANCE THERAPY (BRT) - QUESTIONS & ANSWERS ABOUT THE LENYO AND MCC

Q. How many treatments do I need to get well?
A. The amount of treatments varies from patient to patient depending on many factors. There have been case studies where a patient is "healed" in one session while others take months. The main focus of our devices is wellness - the helping the body to communicate internally so that "self-healing" can occur and prevent future health difficulties.

Q. Can anybody use them? What about pregnant woman? What about babies?
A. Any one can use the machines! The devices are completely non-invasive and complimentary with other therapies including pharmaceutical treatments (medicines). There are programs that will help in pregnancy and delivery - safe for embryos. Additionally, for children under the age of 3, we have the child sit on the mother's lap while she is connected to the electrodes or on the pad. If you have specific help requirements, please consult with a practitioner familiar with BRT before using.

Q. Can people with heart problems use the devices?
A. Yes. The devices are completely non-invasive and complimentary with other therapies including pharmaceutical treatments (medicines). The devices will not complicate pace-makers or other electronic implants. If you have specific help requirements, please consult with a practitioner familiar with BRT before using.

Q. What is the difference between the MCC and the German devices?
A. The top German device has an upper freq of 138,000 Hz with the other devices topping out 100,000 Hz. They seems to have poorer resolution on the higher frequencies and are limited, addressing only one window and one frequency range, because they have no sub-programs. Because of its use of sub-programs, the MCC is able to deal with the processes within the organism. With a range up to 1,000,000 Hz, with resolution of plus or minus 1 Hz, this allows for harmonics due to a higher frequency range. The MCC can deal with emotional issues, while the German devices can not.

Q. What is the difference between the Hippocampus devices and other devices that work with electromagnetic fields?
A. Other devices that work with electromagnetic fields only use uniform frequencies and do not address biological windows. The Lenyo Lux has multiple frequencies and subprograms that are dynamic in comparison. Instead of forcing frequency at the body and using much more amplitude, the Lenyo Lux finds the correct amplitude that the body can use to self regulate, addresses biological windows and, consequently, adheres to the "less is more" philosophy by using much less amplitude and achieving great results.

Q. Is it true that other mattresses with PEMF on the market have a variety of frequencies that is very limited?
A. This is true. Most are utilizing just a single frequency. Some may go from one frequency to another, but no other devices are as diverse and complex as the Lenyo Lux.

Q. How do I position myself on the mattresses during treatment?
A. It's a good idea to use a sheet or blanket over the Lenyo Lux large or small mattress. Lie or sit on the mattresses, arranging the body so that the largest possible area of the body part to be treated is in contact with the mattress. When using the local application pad, place the pad directly on the body part being treated.

Q. Is there a top and bottom of the mattress?
A. The bottom of the mattresses is where the cable is located. On the large mattress, your feet should be located at the bottom of the mattress and your head at the top. When using the small mattress, you should have the top of the mattress located towards your head and the bottom located towards your feet. The distinction between top and bottom does not matter for the local application pad.

Q. Is it really important to have you feet at the bottom of the mattresses and your head at the top of the mattresses?
A. Yes it is. If you run a program using either UP, DOWN or UP/DOWN settings, then you should have the cable connection of the pad at your feet.

Q. What is the difference between the Up, Down, Up/Down, High, and Low settings?
A. These are intensity settings and are recommended as follows:
UP: This setting is designed for people who have bad circulation. It is very important that you position yourself so that your feet are at the bottom of the mattress and your head at the top.
DOWN: This setting is designed for people who have high blood pressure. It is very important that you position yourself so that your feet are at the bottom of the mattress and your head at the top.
UP/DOWN: This setting is the most intense because it moves in a wave motion from the top to the bottom of the mattress and then returning back to the top. It is very important that you position yourself so that your feet are at the bottom of the mattress and your head at the top.
HIGH: This is the standard setting for operations and can be used by most everyone.
LOW: This setting is seldom used and is designed only for those who are highly sensitive to the devices, such as weak, elderly people. If any of the settings above are used in accordance with the time/program guidelines of the device and the patient is sore the next day, use this setting.

Q. How do I use the local application pad?
A. The local application pad is used to "localize" or target the therapy around a specific body part. Wrap this around any part of the body that you would like to get extra "attention" during treatment.

Q. How many and how often can I use the programs for the Lenyo Devices?
A. The general guidelines should be followed when using the different devices:
Mobile Cell-Com (MCC): Treatments should not run more than 20 minutes per session (approximately three (3) programs). A patient should have an MCC session once a week with complimentary treatments on the Lenyo Lux, Lenyo Mobil or BioXline Fractal. In acute cases, the MCC can be used twice a week with a three or four day break in between.
Lenyo Lux Large Mattress/ Small Mattress: When first using the Lenyo Lux on a new patient, no more than two (2) full programs a day or five (5) short programs are recommended. For returning patients, it is okay to use a maximum four (4) full programs, 2 to 2.5 hours in total, or nine (9) short programs per day. Athletes and those in good physical condition can use up to six (6) full programs a day, however, it is recommended not to use more than three (3) programs in a row at one time and take at least 30 minutes between program cycles. (Nine (9) programs = three (3) programs x three (3) time throughout the day.)
Lenyo Lux Local Application Pad: When using the local application pad one can use up to nine (9) programs daily. It is recommended not to use more than three (3) programs in a row at one time before taking at least 30 minutes between program cycles. (Nine (9) programs = three (3) programs x three (3) time throughout the day.)
Lenyo Mobil: This device can be used continuously throughout the day.

Q. How does the Lenyo Lux work, and what kind of responses should I expect?
A. Permit patients to receive extremely low intensity (ELI) electromagnetic (EM) signals for therapeutic stimulation throughout the day. Our devices generate the most complex signals for Bioresonance Therapy by treating specific body structures, along with all the organs and systems associated with those structures, at the functional and structural levels through the use of subprograms. This creates a "symphony" of ever changing wave packets that address specific biological windows throughout the body. This is achieved through a patented phase modulation process that reestablishes biological coherence and communication amongst the cells.
Responses vary from almost immediate relief of symptoms to a sense of internal calmness. Depending on the severity of the symptoms, correction can take days to months. During treatment, no physical feeling to tingling or pressure on different parts of the body might be experienced.

Q. How long are the treatments for the Lenyo devices?
A. The MCC has treatments vary from four and a half (4:30) minutes to eleven and a half (11:30) minutes.
The Lenyo Lux and Lenyo Mobil treatment lengths vary from 12 minutes to over an hour. There are two types of treatments for the Lenyo Lux and Lenyo Mobil: the full program or the short program. Every program listed is a full program that has all the elements needed to target the area needing reconnecting. The short program contains all the same elements as the long, but in a shorter sequence to save time and allow for more applications per day.

Q. What is the difference between the Lenyo Mobil and the Lenyo Lux?
A. The Lenyo Lux is a larger device that holds 134 programs for application through a large, small or localized pad. The Lenyo Mobil is pocket-size machine that holds four programs at a time and has the small antenna built-in. Both devices conduct exactly the same programs. The Mobil can be programmed though the Lux, however, the Mobil only utilizes one antennae for a more local signal while the Lux can uses pads that have multiple antennas that can address the entire body at one time for a more complete treatment.

Q. When does the size of the mattress make a difference?
A. There are three mattress sizes: the large, the small and the local application. The large mattress will treat the entire range of the body at the same time because it is body length and contains more antennas. This mattress is designed for lying on top of a bed and treating a patient while lying down or sitting up. The small pad is designed for use throughout the house, like a chair, and is more localized to the torso. The pad can be moved for placement on the targeted body part. The local application pad is the size of a "fanny pack" and is designed for application over the affected body part. This pad is highly portable for better application of the affected body part. The result: the larger the mattress you use, the more antennas involved, the more amount of the body treated and fewer programs recommended per day.

Q. How does the Lenyo Lux work and where is the difference from the MCC?
A. Both the MCC and Lenyo Lux generate a low-intensity electromagnetic signal at precise frequencies and amplitudes known to directly resonate with biological windows. However, Lenyo Lux uses exogenous signals, or external pacers, which are proven to be one of the most efficient treatment methods. The MCC uses endogenous pacers, pacers from within the body, to correct the area of communication blockage. Both methods are able to activate vital healing processes of an organism within seconds.

Q. There are so many programs and options to resolve one problem, how do you decide which program to use?
A. Each of the programs is created to target the area from many different "angles." Some programs seem to be only deal with the section of the body directly, i.e. the back. There are subprograms to deal with the internal organs associated with the target area, i.e. the liver for the back. Due to this sub programming, you can treat all the dysfunction that deal with the area causing problems. If there are any specific questions as to the program selection, contact a Hippocampus for the name and number of a practitioner near you.

Q. How long is the pause between programs?
A. The MCC is the only device that can run several programs in sequence. The pause between the programs depends upon the user. The MCC can select many programs at a time with the practitioner selecting a pause between programs ranging from no pause to 5 minutes. The MCC provides the flexibility for the practitioner based on their experience to choose the best course for the individual case.
All other devices can only run one program at a time. It is recommended not to use more than three (3) programs in a row at one time and take at least 30 minutes between program cycles. (Nine (9) programs = three (3) programs x three (3) time throughout the day.)

 



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