Neural Therapy is a treatment that is performed by, especially the autonomic nervous system, which is present in a major way in the skin and part of all regulatory circuits of the body, and exchanging information mediators with them. Arguably all these interconnected regulation systems are, in themselves, one.
This causes any irritation which alters the properties and functions of the nervous system affecting be full, and feel and appreciate the impact where a bias is found to dysfunction.
Furthermore, suggests clinical observation and research shows, certain social, psychological and emotional factors influence the immune neuro-endocrine axis and therefore affect all parts and bodily functions. Trauma specialists say has shown that stressful life events, anxiety and depression can inhibit some manifestations of the immune response by altering the resilience of the people.
Therefore, the nervous system gives us the opportunity to act both on organic factors and psycho-social factors that are inseparable aspects in the process of becoming ill and in life itself.
Anyway, it is important to note that not all irritation, chemical, thermal or traumatic remains in the body. There trauma, surgery, infection or inflammation that hardly influence the health of the person. Irritation to remain present and active should be given still unknown factors that influence the initial neural tone and which make the human being can not delete information.
What is neural therapy treatment?
Neural Therapy is a treatment that aims to neutralize the irritations, affecting the autonomic nervous tone, trigger or catalyze the disease.
This neutralization is achieved by applying local anesthesia at low concentrations specifically in places where the autonomic nervous system has suffered aggression or injury. Removing these blockages that disrupt the exchange of information and develop irritative stimuli to the neural network, it aims to reactivate the regulatory mechanisms so that the body itself produces its own self-healing reactions.
According to Peter Dosch, each equivalent to a tiny cell battery potassium with a potential 40 to 90 millivolts. Each stimulus drops the potential: depolarization. Normally the cell recovers immediately: repolarization. If irritating stimuli are frequent or severe, the cell loses the ability to respond to them, so you will be in a state of permanent depolarization, weakened and sick. A level of the cell membrane, the pump operation is altered sodium - potassium. This can cause rhythmic discharges, acting as interference fields.
Local anesthetics have a high energy potential, about 290 millivolts, and when injected into microdosis in areas of irritation, depolarized, have the ability to repolarize and stabilize the membrane potential of affected cells, allowing them to recover and stabilize the autonomic nervous system.
Neural Therapy: in what cases it is indicated
Any infection, inflammation, trauma, scarring, dental condition, stressful mental disorders or emotional trauma are irritative stimuli altering modulation and frequency of the information in the autonomic nervous system. Then the most varied pathological processes do occur elsewhere in the body, that is, appear other diseases.
It is important to know how the disease started, what are the first symptoms were and where they were. And also, above all, how the person relates it. Surgical, infectious, traumatic, dental and gynecological history is important to assess possible sources of irritation in the nervous system.
The list of diseases that can be treated with neural therapy is extremely extensive, both chronic and acute disease. Neural therapy can be used as the sole method or as supportive therapy to conventional medicine, especially if any morphological changes.
Almost all patients can undergo treatment with neural therapy.
No other complementary treatments necessary, although food, physiological and toxic habits are very important to regulate the healing process. Sometimes, it is essential to modify and can be complemented with health food hygiene measures. The treatment does not interfere with the patient's usual medication.
After treatment with Neuraltherapy, adverse effects are extremely rare. Usually more or less painful swelling at the point of application, mild dizziness, relaxation, fever, fatigue or muscle aches and stiffness, among others. These symptoms are mainly reactions that can be considered self-healing and often transient and inconsequential. Usually self-limiting in 24 to 48 hours.
Contraindications Neuraltherapy are:
- Allergy to local anesthetics.
- deep injections in case of clotting disorders or anticoagulant therapy.
- severe hypotension and severe heart failure
- Myasthenia gravis in bud.