|Microcurrent and ATP
The body is very sensitive to the level of intensity of outside energy that is being applied. For example, with the use of microcurrent, studies indicate that the most dominant levels of ATP synthesis—300–500% increase in ATP—occurred when using values less than 400 µA, which follows the Arnold Shultz law (highly diluted pharmaca or poisons enhance life processes, while strong concentrations may inhibit these processes and even terminate them and the rule that therapeutically applied energy (e.g., thermal agents, ultrasonic energy) must be of the proper intensity per unit of time to stimulate the desired physiological response.. ) that states small doses stimulate cell activity, larger doses hinder it, and still larger doses destroy it.
The frequency-specific body
Each person is frequency-specific and therefore affected by different specific sequences of frequencies combined with lower levels of µA. Some good medical device manufacturers utilize proprietary frequency-sequencing technology that canvasses a wide array of frequencies in a short period of time, allowing maximum potential results. Attempting to gain a positive result from aimless low levels of electrical current without specific frequency sequences is simply not effective.
It is possible to measure the magnetic proportions of the human body by following instruments: the magneto-cardiogram (MCG) and the magnetoencephalogram (MEG), respectively. The magnetic fields of the body are very low level and typically require specialized equipment such as superconducting quantum interference devices (SQUIDs).
Galvanic skin response (GSR) measures the electrical conductance between two electrodes placed on the skin. This value is a mainstream measure used in lie detectors to help determine veracity and in biofeedback technology to help promote relaxation. Besides relaxation, it also allows measuring currency differences which show stress levels of muscles, tissues, and ligaments (joints). This technic is found in different Asian health-science methods (f.i. acupuncture)
The human body is a strong emitter of infrared radiation, on the order of 100 watts, and visualization of this emission is used in medical imaging. Thermography uses an infrared camera and an associated software system to visualize the pattern of infrared emission, which it is not possible to see directly but experience as heat. This method can detect changes as small as 0.01° C in the human body. Thermography can detect acute and chronic inflammatory conditions. This method is documented by many research studies to show toxic accumulations, tumors, and other diseases, often much earlier than x-ray mammography or other imaging procedures, for example, in the case of breast thermography (Amalu et al, 2006). Typically, thermography is used to locate hot spots and left-right imbalances.
The gas discharge visualization (GDV) camera, developed by the Dr. Korotkov Co., St. Petersburg, Russia, is perhaps the best-known form of contemporary high-voltage electrophotography-based on the Kirlian effect (Kirlian and Kirlian, 1961) and was first discovered in Russia in 1948. Kirlian photography was not introduced to the West until the 1970s because of communication difficulties during the Cold War. This digital camera, introduced in the West in the late 1990s by its inventor, physicist Dr. Konstantin Korotkov, comes with software and offers the advantage of using a lower voltage than conventional Kirlian photography that is not felt as an electric shock by subjects.
The Vega-Grieshaber Company manufactured cameras to record the Kirlian emission of hands and feet. In this setting, energy emission analysis on patients was developed by Peter Mandel, who documented many clinical cases (Mandel, 1986).
The GDV camera uses pulses (10-microsecond) of high-frequency (1024 Hz), high-voltage electricity (10-15 kV) that is selectable from several ranges. The time exposure of the sample is selectable from 0.5 to 30 seconds. In addition to still digital photography, recording digital video is also possible for up to 30 seconds. A charge-coupled detector (CCD), which is a standard detector of low-level visible light used in telescopes and other scientific instruments, detects the pattern of photons emitted from each fingertip.
The simple recording takes place of 2 scales.
Physical scale parameters of aging/biomarkers. Different markers are used on an individual scale as it has proven to be impossible using the same method for all people. Here a number of possibilities.
*- implies that this measurement is situation depended on and need more than one measuring the moment
The chemical analyzing test consists of;
Other tests on a laboratory level for professional research of Aging are:
These tests are expensive but effective and can determine the level of bio-balance even more specific. But they are used for general population research data.
|Surprisingly, not all the useful DNA in chromosomes comes from evolutionary ancestors – some of it was borrowed from elsewhere. DNA includes the genes from at least eight retroviruses. These are a kind of virus that makes use of the cell’s mechanisms for coding DNA to take over a cell. At some point in human history, these genes became incorporated into human DNA. These viral genes in DNA now perform important functions in human reproduction, yet they are entirely alien to our genetic ancestry.
Genes have been seen for decades as being the controlling factor that determines what each individual is like physically, but genes are only a tiny part of DNA. The other 97% was thought to be junk until recently, but now it is realized that epigenetics – the processes that go on outside the genes – also have a major influence on development. Some parts act to control “switches” that turn genes on and off or program the production of other key compounds. For a long time, it was a puzzle how around 20,000 genes (far fewer than some breeds of rice) were enough to specify exactly a living human being. The realization now is that the other 97% of DNA is equally important
The feeling of aging is relative. Most people get used to a changing body and environment. Adaptivity of body in and mind makes the aging a relative process. But to enhance aging we need to approach the change in a way to measure it. In former parts, it is mentioned that reference tables are needed to compare.
Important factors that easily can be measured against a changing younger population are;
Beside mentioned figures to monitor aging it is important to take emotional levels as part of the process. A number of hard to measure but very interesting figures are:
Emotions have a proven but irrational and difficult to measure the effect on aging. The samples of people who got grey overnight when facing a serious emotional break or disaster are well known.
One of the most important parts of the aging process is how to cope with emotions. People who are emotionally stable and able to suit every event into the harmony of their lives are able to reach a high age. Stress is an important factor in diseases and death cases.
But control of the measuring process is needed for obvious reasons. It is important to collect data to reach a consensus for treatment and lifestyle. It is possible to check stress levels and other negative age-related factors with testing the levels of;
In other parts of the website, there are more test methods.
Establishing the onset of aging is not an easy matter as it is completely individual and also different per race, region, and lifestyle. Most people in the beauty industry have taken the age 20 / 21 as a start when the first wrinkles appear. It is important to understand the difference between actual aging and environmental influences. Skin is constantly exposed on the weather and environmental variations such as buildings and nature. These influences do have an effect on toning, strength, and flexibility of the skin. The idea that aging sets in on this particular age must be considered a commercial goal. Targeted age group is venerable for commercial marketing messages and easily convinced to buy products they do not need
Following the bio-balance, it is most likely to set the date of real aging at the moment the scale change negatively and passes the 50/50 level. At that moment the body is no longer able to compensate for the losses made. The negative scaling reduces the recuperation rate and influences all abilities. Aging is a physical but also a cognitive process. Changes on a cognitive level are directly linked to the levels of hormones and other active biochemicals in the body.
There is a difference between male and female aging. Both processes in different levels of chemistry and psychological. The female aging process is faster in the first 2 decennia of maturation but seems to slow down around the age of 23. The male maturation has a distinctive separation between a biological and mental development. In recent decennia, the difference seems to have grown bigger and longer. One of the main reason is the need for physical labor has decreased and males do no longer have the ability and need to show high physical performances. The lack of wear out of the energy of physical labor got a side effect in mental development. Most males take a longer mental/psychological time to develop from male to mature. Currently, it is considered a male mature at age 30 – 35 years. This used to be 21 – 25 years in the 1950 and before.
Some theory has developed the idea that with an increase of overall age the time of maturity also is changing. This accounts for male more than in the female. The female body still seems to be naturally prepared for relatively young motherhood while the male becomes less able to become a father. The physical and mental development of both is driving them apart in age and maturity. Here there is a change in nature of which the consequences cannot be overseen yet.