Curious about handheld pain relief devices like Avazzia DENAS ENART and SCENAR?
This is the flagship of the DENAS handheld pain relief device. Not only is is truly ergonomic (well compared to the liberal green use of the word ergonomic for sales) feels good in the hand and has made it even easier for the beginner to use with a variety of presets for different conditions. Then there is the ultra-low frequency set too that is new to the SCENAR world.
For example: …
1.2 Hz – Autoimmune diseases, tachycardia, knee joint weakness …
2.5 Hz – Insomnia, vegetative disorders, hypermenorrhoea, headache associated with the nasal sinus diseases, hemorrhages, brain contusions, lesions, minor-changes, uterine myoma, oedemas, toxic and infectious liver damages, hepatitis, cirrhosis, parodontosis, sinusitis, contusions, eczema …
9.2 Hz – Hypertension, otogenic headache, nephrogenic headache, gout, diastolic hypertension, dermatitis, spastic paralysis, nephrosclerosis, uremia, furunculosis, eczema (including the one combined with renal function disorders), diabetes mellitus
This DiaDENS PCM is awesome, and compares favorably against the professional RITM 1NT or the ENART units and better values than the Dove, Avazzia, Biomodulator etc for a fraction of the cost. The frequencies are 200, 140, 77, 77 am, 77/10, 60, 20 and 10 Hz. In addition, there are new ultra-low frequencies from 10 – 1 Hz in 0.1 Hz increments for specific conditions. The menu has the following that translates to “Express”, “Therapy”, “MED”, “Screen”, “Settings” and “Calendar”: The Express settings allow you to choose for specific issues and the main ones are discussed in the video. There is a longer list available for all the ultra low frequencies in the manual. The Therapy frequencies are used most of the time especially the 60 and 77 Hz combinations. The MED is a minimum effective dose. It provides sufficient electrons to a location to make a measurable change.
In the RITM and ENART SCENARs, it is usually called dose. The Screen mode quickly creates a baseline value in 5 seconds at a position where it is measured. If you compare this number to another position (for example symmetrically across the body – and there are many other techniques) you can locate which positions need more time. And over time (hours, days or weeks), you can establish how a position is improving or moved to another location.
There are many other techniques (vector math) that are taught in the eBodyFUSION Training. For SCENAR owners – the screen mode is equivalent to taking the instant IR readings of the professional RITM and ENART SCENARs. The Settings allow you to change the sound volume and display contrast and brightness.
Finally, the Calendar is used to set up session reminders. I originally had the earlier Russian design and was impressed, but this new 2012 design has improved the shape, the grip, and the great display as well as the user interface. Together this makes it an excellent professional SCENAR device for home and professional use.
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