|When you take drugs you are messing with the Neurotransmitter chemical factory in your brain.
Usually, it takes days to months and in some cases years for the brain to return to normal.
Meanwhile you suffer mentally and physically.
With a C.E.S. unit you can return to "normal" in as little as 40 minutes.
By the third day you are feeling a lot better and after 21 days are close to symtom free.
The CES unit runs a micro current of electricity through your head by ear clip attachments and re-balances the Neurotransmitters by coaxing them back into normal production.This normlly takes days weeks or years.
This eliminates the need to "get straight" that you feel while coming off Drugs and makes withdrawal bearable.
Cranial Electrical Stimulation (CES) is basically two electrical ear clips that go on each ear and is performed for about 40 minutes a day, or every second day.it takes about 21 days to reach full effect. Most people report feeling better than they have in years. CES supercharges your nootropics stack, synergizes your neurotransmitters, and increases brain hemisphere coherence electronically.
Immediately after a CES treatment, patients usually report feeling more relaxed. Some people feel somewhat inebriated for the first few minutes.
This is a pleasant and very comfortable sensation. After several minutes to hours, the light-headed feelings usually disappear, the relaxed state remains and a profound sense of alertness is achieved. This relaxed/alert state will usually remain for an average of 12 to 72 hours after the first few treatments and then becomes cumulative from a series of treatments. Most patients relate feeling more relaxed, less distressed, while their minds remain alert and even more focused on mental tasks. They generally sleep better and report improved concentration along with heightened states of general well-being.
Wave Shape: Square
Frequency: .5, 1.5, 7.8 ( Schumann resonance), 100 cps. this mixture of waves "hetrodynes" (affects each other) into 228 different frequencies.This multiple frequency approach works much faster then the single frequency approach.
.5 is the original Russian "electrosleep" frequency, 100 cps is the Dr. Meg Patterson frequency
WHAT IS CRANIAL ELECTROTHERAPY STIMULATION?
From The Townsend Letter for Doctors, June 1993
Sometines called Neouroelectric therapy,Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation (CES) is the application of low-level pulsed electrical currents (usually less than 1 milliampere) applied to the head for medical and/or psychological purposes. There is now over 20 years of medical experience with CES in America. Presently, its use requires a prescription by a licensed health practitioner in the United States. It is available without a prescription throughout the rest of the world.
Cranial electrotherapy stimulation has also been known by many other names. Transcranial electrotherapy (TCET), neuroelectric therapy (NET),alpha sleep, electroanalgesia, electronarcosis and the original electrosleep just a few of the more common terms that have referred to the same therapy.
Cranial electrotherapy stimulation was first called electrosleep because it was thought to induce sleep. Rabinovich, a Russian, is given credit for making the first claim for electrical treatment of insomnia in 1914. In 1957, in the U.S.S.R., Anan'ev published the first paper on CES. The first book, simply titled Electrosleep, was published a year later by Gilyarovski. This generated a high degree of interest in the then-known Eastern Blockcountries and CES was soon adopted as a treatment modality.
In 1959, Obrosow reviewed the CES literature and published the first American paper on CES. By 1966 the first International Symposium on Electrotherapeutic Sleep and Electroanesthesia was held in Austria. The use of CES had spread worldwide by the late 1960's when animal studies of CES began in the U.S. at the University of Tennessee, and at what is now the University of Wisconsin Medical School. These were soon followed by human clinical trials at the University of Texas Medical School in San Antonio, the University of Mississippi Student Counseling Center and the University of Wisconsin Medical School. The most comprehensive review of the research in CES published to date is a chapter by Ray B. Smith, Ph.D. in the book, Neural Stimulation,published in 1985. Dr. Smith has been researching CES since 1972. He concluded, "There are 40 studies of CES readily available in the U.S. in which the dependent variable is reliable. When these are examined alone it becomes apparent that CES is effective in alleviating symptoms of anxiety,depression, and insomnia...CES appears effective as a treatment for withdrawal in the chemically dependent person. Other promising areas of treatment are in hypergastric acidity and migraine headaches. Dr. Smith adds, CES appears to be safe, with no harm or negative side effects having been reported to date in controlled studies...Finally, while one usually assumes some placebo effect from a treatment as dramatic as this, none has been reported in studies controlled for this effect. Scientists at Harvard have recently analyzed all the literature on CES worldwide, and have also found it to be an effective therapy although they are holding their findings confidential until their results are published. Open marketing of CES devices began in the 1970's in the U.S. for the treatment of anxiety, depression and insomnia. Several thousand Americans are treated with CES annually by thousands of doctors and it is estimated that more than 50,000 people in the U.S. own CES devices which have been prescribed for home use. No adverse effects or contraindications have been found from the use of CES, either in the U.S. or in other parts of the world. As with all electrical devices, caution is advised during pregnancy and for patients with a demand-type pacemaker. In addition, it is recommend that patients not operate complex machinery or drive automobiles during and shortly after a CES treatment.
In addition to the usual claims for anxiety, depression and insomnia, CES has been researched for many other conditions. Favorable results have been reported in the literature for labor, epilepsy, glossalgia, hypertension, spinal cord injuries, chronic pain, arthritis, cerebral atherosclerosis, eczema, dental pain, asthma, ischemic heart disease, stroke, motion sickness, digestive disorders as well as various addictive disorders including
alcohol, heroin, cocaine, and marijuana abuse.
Since we know that pain is a complex process involving the brain, it makes sense to add CES to the treatment of most pain patients. In fact, in many cases it is all that is needed to produce significant long-term pain relief.Cranial electrotherapy stimulation is believed to stimulate the production of endorphins. It probably also affects the hypothalamus causing changes in the hypothalamic neurohormonal regulatory mechanisms and the reticular formation of the brain stem. The reticular activating system is involved in a myriad of behavioral expressions from alertness to sleep. This "œattentional center" plays an important integrative role in the functioning of mind and body. Cranial electrotherapy stimulation devices are generally similar in size and appearance to standard transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulators (TENS), but produce very different waveforms. Standard milliampere-current TENS devices must never be applied transcranially. CES electrodes can be placed bitemporally, bilaterally in the hollow behind the ears just anterior to the mastoid processes, or clipped to the earlobes. This depends on the device being used. Most CES devices produce a pulse repetition rate (PRR) of 100 Hertz(Hz) which was what the original Russian devices used. Some produce a PRR as low as 0.5, or as high as 15,000 Hz. The current is usually increased by the patient until a mild tingling sensation is felt at the electrode site, or a slight vertigo (dizziness) is experienced. It is then adjusted back down to a comfortable level below that which produces vertigo or an unpleasant feeling of electrical current. It may take a few minutes before the current needs to be reduced. Generally, a treatment time of 20 to 40 minutes is best, daily or every other day.
Immediately after a CES treatment, patients usually report feeling more relaxed. Some people feel somewhat inebriated for the first few minutes.This is a pleasant and very comfortable sensation. After several minutes to hours, the light-headed feelings usually disappear, the relaxed state remains and a profound sense of alertness is achieved. This relaxed/alert state will usually remain for an average of 12 to 72 hours after the first few treatments and then becomes cumulative from a series of treatments. Most patients relate feeling more relaxed, less distressed, while their minds remain alert and even more focused on mental tasks. They generally sleep better and report improved concentration along with heightened states of general well-being.
NO ONE CAN DABBLE WITH COCAINE OR CRACK. NO EVER HAS NO ONE EVER WILL SO "JUST SAY NO" YOU WILL LOSE YOUR HEALTH YOUR BUSINESS YOUR SPOUSE AND YOUR PROPERTY.. THE ONLY THING YOU WILL KEEP IS YOUR ADDICTION.
DR. MEG PATTERSON'S BRAIN TUNER
CRANIAL ELECTROTHERAPY STIMULATION or CES ALSO CALLED NEUROELECTRIC THERAPY
THERE ARE BETWEEN 50 000 TO 100 000 UNITS USED WORLDWIDE OVER THE LAST 50 YEARS WITH NO SIDE EFFECTS OR CONTRA-INDICATIONS AFTER 120 STUDIES ON ITS EFFICACY A SMALL ALTERNATING POLARITY CLUSTER OF SQUARE WAVES AT .35, 0.5, 7.83, 10, AND 1OO CPS AT 500 TO 1000 MICRO VOLTS ,ATTACHED BEHIND THE EARS, HAS BEEN HIGHLY EFFECTIVE IN ELIMINATING THE PAINFUL ASPECTS OF DRUG WITHDRAWAL AND CRAVINGS.THIS GIVES THE PATIENT TIME TO GET HIS OR HER BODY DETOXIFIED OF THE DRUGS AND SHOWS IT IS POSSIBLE TO FEEL GOOD WITHOUT DRUGS.
ONCE ADDICTED ONE IS MORE CONCERNED WITH "GETTING STRAIGHT" OR NOT EXPERIENCING PAIN AND MENTAL SUFFERING THAN GETTING HIGH.
THIS TECHNOLOGY WAS ORIGINALLY MARKETED IN EUROPE AND RUSSIA IN THE 1950'S AS A MEANS TO RELAX, SLEEP AND ELIMINATE STRESS. ADDICTS WHO USED THIS DEVICE STATED THAT THEY HAD LOST THEIR CRAVING FOR DRUGS.THIS IS GOOD NEWS!
THE TREATMENT RE BALANCES NEUROTRANSMITTERS UNBALANCED BY "STRESS" NARCOTICS AND ALCOHOL
some of the over 120 studies involved were inquiries into CES for : MIGRAINS. DEPRESSION, ANXIETY, INSOMNIA, CHRONIC PAIN,
ADHD/ADD, CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROME, FIBROMYALGA, PMS,
PERFORMANCE ANXIETY, PANIC DISORDERS, HIVES, STRESS INDUCED
ASTHMA, GASTRO INTESTINAL DISORDERS, SLEEP DISORDERS,
http://youtu.be/J-Mi14dWgIc bob beck on the Meg Patterson's brain tuner
http://www.alpha-health.com/printables/CES_Intro.pdf CES INFORMATION
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