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Thermal tomography imaging in photonic traditional Chinese medicine information therapy with holistic effect for health whole nursing.

Ye B, Guo Z, Huang H, Yang X - Biomed Res Int (2015)

Bottom Line: This method was named "1 + 2 phototherapy." The principle mechanism of the therapy is a series of photon induced biological effects that are triggered by stimulating the photosensitive tissues of the oropharynx.Thermal tomography imaging shows that the average temperature of the upper-body was improved significantly after oropharyngeal irradiation under irradiation of "Futu point": the heat radiation of the spine, as well as chest, shoulders, arms, and clavicle, increased under irradiation of "Hoku," whereas the overall average temperature was below the temperature before irradiation.The experiment indicates that this therapy can promote blood circulation, regulate varied physiological parameters, and have holistic effects in whole health nursing.

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Affiliation: Photonic Chinese Medicine Lab, College of Biophotonics, South China Normal University, Guangzhou 510631, China.

ABSTRACT
A photonic traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) information therapy was developed that has applications in whole health nursing including the prevention and treatment of ischemic cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases as well as the conditioning of the subhealth state. This therapy utilizes the beam of a 630 nm LED light to irradiate the oropharynx, while simultaneously employing two beams of 650 nm LED light to irradiate corresponding acupuncture points resulting in a synergistic outcome. This method was named "1 + 2 phototherapy." The principle mechanism of the therapy is a series of photon induced biological effects that are triggered by stimulating the photosensitive tissues of the oropharynx. This tissue includes the oral mucosa, capillaries, lymph nodes, saliva glands, nerves, and Jingluo and is stimulated by light beams of certain photon energy and imitative acupuncture information. Thermal tomography imaging shows that the average temperature of the upper-body was improved significantly after oropharyngeal irradiation under irradiation of "Futu point": the heat radiation of the spine, as well as chest, shoulders, arms, and clavicle, increased under irradiation of "Hoku," whereas the overall average temperature was below the temperature before irradiation. The experiment indicates that this therapy can promote blood circulation, regulate varied physiological parameters, and have holistic effects in whole health nursing.

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Mentions: Figures 4 and 5 and Tables 6 and 7 are the results of the experiment Table 2 and Figure 4 with Table 6 illustrates the front upper-body thermal radiation status under irradiation of “Futu point” and oropharynx. Figure 5 with Table 7 illustrates the back upper-body thermal radiation status. In Table 2, after the “Futu” irradiation, the area which changes more significantly is consistent with the hand Yangming large intestine meridian. The results indicate that the lighted acupuncture points changed on the presented meridian, which is similar to the results of traditional acupuncture. After irradiating the “Futu” and then lighting the oropharynx for 10 minutes, the average temperature of the front of the chest got a slight decrease, but the average temperature of the spine continued to increase, indicating the holistic adjustment effect of the acupuncture point irradiation. This suggests that the conventional laser treatments have local thermal effects, and it is unlikely to regulate overall blood circulation and metabolism. The photonic TCM information therapy can start nerve humoral regulation and meridians adjustment at the same time, so it has a function of overall regulation.


Thermal tomography imaging in photonic traditional Chinese medicine information therapy with holistic effect for health whole nursing.

Ye B, Guo Z, Huang H, Yang X - Biomed Res Int (2015)

“Futu point” and oropharyngeal irradiation back TTM picture.
© Copyright Policy - open-access
Related In: Results  -  Collection

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fig5: “Futu point” and oropharyngeal irradiation back TTM picture.
Mentions: Figures 4 and 5 and Tables 6 and 7 are the results of the experiment Table 2 and Figure 4 with Table 6 illustrates the front upper-body thermal radiation status under irradiation of “Futu point” and oropharynx. Figure 5 with Table 7 illustrates the back upper-body thermal radiation status. In Table 2, after the “Futu” irradiation, the area which changes more significantly is consistent with the hand Yangming large intestine meridian. The results indicate that the lighted acupuncture points changed on the presented meridian, which is similar to the results of traditional acupuncture. After irradiating the “Futu” and then lighting the oropharynx for 10 minutes, the average temperature of the front of the chest got a slight decrease, but the average temperature of the spine continued to increase, indicating the holistic adjustment effect of the acupuncture point irradiation. This suggests that the conventional laser treatments have local thermal effects, and it is unlikely to regulate overall blood circulation and metabolism. The photonic TCM information therapy can start nerve humoral regulation and meridians adjustment at the same time, so it has a function of overall regulation.

Bottom Line: This method was named "1 + 2 phototherapy." The principle mechanism of the therapy is a series of photon induced biological effects that are triggered by stimulating the photosensitive tissues of the oropharynx.Thermal tomography imaging shows that the average temperature of the upper-body was improved significantly after oropharyngeal irradiation under irradiation of "Futu point": the heat radiation of the spine, as well as chest, shoulders, arms, and clavicle, increased under irradiation of "Hoku," whereas the overall average temperature was below the temperature before irradiation.The experiment indicates that this therapy can promote blood circulation, regulate varied physiological parameters, and have holistic effects in whole health nursing.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Photonic Chinese Medicine Lab, College of Biophotonics, South China Normal University, Guangzhou 510631, China.

ABSTRACT
A photonic traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) information therapy was developed that has applications in whole health nursing including the prevention and treatment of ischemic cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases as well as the conditioning of the subhealth state. This therapy utilizes the beam of a 630 nm LED light to irradiate the oropharynx, while simultaneously employing two beams of 650 nm LED light to irradiate corresponding acupuncture points resulting in a synergistic outcome. This method was named "1 + 2 phototherapy." The principle mechanism of the therapy is a series of photon induced biological effects that are triggered by stimulating the photosensitive tissues of the oropharynx. This tissue includes the oral mucosa, capillaries, lymph nodes, saliva glands, nerves, and Jingluo and is stimulated by light beams of certain photon energy and imitative acupuncture information. Thermal tomography imaging shows that the average temperature of the upper-body was improved significantly after oropharyngeal irradiation under irradiation of "Futu point": the heat radiation of the spine, as well as chest, shoulders, arms, and clavicle, increased under irradiation of "Hoku," whereas the overall average temperature was below the temperature before irradiation. The experiment indicates that this therapy can promote blood circulation, regulate varied physiological parameters, and have holistic effects in whole health nursing.

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