DENAS THERAPY
If everything went like clockwork, the ticking would drive us nuts.

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS


Fig. 1. Apparatus DENAS with Electrode, External View Fig. 2. Functional system, including homeostatic and behavioral (cogni­tive) links of self-regulation Fig. 3. Anatomical structure of a neuron Fig. 4. Cross-section of the spine Fig. 5. A spinal cord segment
Fig. 6. A scheme of spinal radices and nerves projection onto the spinal column
Fig. 7. Brain, spinal cord and vegetative nervous system Fig. 8. A scheme of homeostasis self-regulation in body temperature in­crease
Fig. 9. A scheme of homeostasis self-regulation in body temperature in­crease
Fig. 10. A scheme of homeostasis self-regulation in body temperature increase
Fig. 11. An approximate scheme of DENAS therapy apparatus operation Fig. 12. "Three paths" zone. A scheme of the first path treatment Fig. 13. "Three paths" zone. A scheme of the second and third paths treat­ment
Fig. 14. "Six points" zone
Fig. 15. A standard scheme of visceral organs and skeleton correspon­dence on the left hand
Fig. 16. A standard scheme of visceral organs and skeleton correspon­dence on the left foot
Fig. 17. Projections of visceral organs and parts of body on the auricle Fig. 18. Dermatomeric regions of skin nerves distribution Fig. 19. "Neck ring" zone Fig. 20. Collar zone and lumbosacral zone
Fig. 21. A scheme of Zakharyin-Head's zones location on the trunk and extremities, where irradiated pain may appear in certain diseases of vis­ceral organs
Fig. 22. Adrenal glands zone
Fig. 23. A method for individual defining of direct projection zone of uter­us and ovaries Fig. 24. Zone 1, symmetrical Fig. 25. Zone 2, symmetrical Fig. 26. Zone 3, symmetrical Fig. 27. Zone 4, symmetrical
Fig. 28. Zone 5, symmetrical Fig. 29. Zone 6, symmetrical Fig. 30. Zone 7 (absolute zone) Fig. 31. Resuscitation zones on the face Fig. 32. Zones of treatment on anterolateral neck surface Fig. 33. "Spittal apron" zone Fig. 34. "Fir-tree" zone. Variant 1 Fig. 35. "Fir-tree" zone. Variant 2
Fig. 36. Zones of Su-Jok correspondence of the heart and collar zone (2) on the hands (symmetrical) Fig. 37. Zone of front direct projection of the heart Fig. 38. Zone of lateral direct projection of the heart Fig. 39. Zone of back direct projection of the heart Fig. 40. Zones of direct projection of carotid arteries Fig. 41. A scheme of consequent treatment of a varicose vein Fig. 42. The region of right hypochondrium and zone of gallbladder pro­jection
Fig. 43. Zone of direct projection of the stomach Fig. 44. Zones of direct projection of the liver Fig. 45. Zone of front direct projection of the pancreas Fig. 46. Zone of back direct projection of the pancreas Fig. 47. The direction of apparatus movement in stools disturbances Fig. 48. Zones of direct projection of urinary organs Fig. 49. Zone "from umbilicus to pubis" Fig. 50. Lumbosacrococcygeal zone Fig. 51. Michaelis' rhomb
Fig. 52. A scheme of apparatus treatment in lactostasis Fig. 53. The sequence of limbs treatment in chronic diseases according to the principle of horizontal symmetry
Fig. 54.The sequence of limbs treatment in chronic diseases according to the principle of vertical symmetry
Fig. 55. The sequence of limbs treatment in chronic diseases according to the principle of tetrasymmetry
Fig. 56. The sequence of apparatus treatment according to "shaven head" method
Fig. 57. The sequence of apparatus treatment according to cross meth­od Fig. 58. Zone "four points on the orbit"


DENAS and DiaDENS
Principles of DENAS THERAPY
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CARDIO
It is convenient for carrying with itself - to the compact device always there will be a place and in a ladies' bag, in a backpack of the gardener and even in a pocket of a jacket or a raincoat. And at last, with its help conveniently (or it is easy) to spend effective medical sessions in any place - in transport, in the machine, in the plane, in the street and houses.

LADOS
Thus, the device can be used and for treatment of habitual, chronic, periodically repeating pains, and at accidents. In fact in most cases the success of treatment more than on 50 % depends on rehabilitation which should begin with competently rendered first aid, and to come to the end with stabilization and as much as possible full restoration of the functions lost during illness.

ALLERGEN
The certain plants represent danger only during flowering, is more exact - than pollination. Therefore the knowledge of a place of growth and a calendar will help to avoid contact to pollen of dangerous plants.