Parkinson’s disease treatment
Parkinson’s disease is caused by insufficient dopamine production. How to treat Parkinson’s disease? As a rule, in modern medicine, the dopamine produced by the body can be substituted with a medication. This leads to a short-term improvement, but its prolonged use may cause another disease. Moreover, such treatment is very expensive. In the case of Parkinson’s disease, a large number of medications are used, long-term administration and increase in dosage of which lead to disorders of the gastrointestinal tract, heart failure, neurological and psychiatric complications (for example, hallucinations).
Dr. Werth method allows the renewal of dopamine production, thus providing substantial relief to the patients suffering from Parkinson’s disease. According to Dr. Werth method, the process of recovery after treatment of Parkinson’s disease runs as individually as the course of the disease itself. Many patients experience instant improvement immediately after such treatment. But successful result is achieved only a few months or even years after the intervention.
Nerve cells and a synapse, which serves to transmit a nerve impulse between two cells, must be activated and restored. So there is a wave-like improvement and the return of symptoms of Parkinson’s disease.
Any surgery under general anesthesia, prolonged stress, alcohol or drug abuse, and side effects of medication therapy may become an obstacle to recovery.
Alzheimer’s disease treatment
When short-term memory fails, perhaps we are facing a case of Alzheimer’s disease, the 21st-century pandemic. Such a diagnosis is a long path of suffering for both patients and their families. As long as Alzheimer’s disease remains untreatable, it is a sword of Damocles for our society.
Dr. Werth offers an alternative treatment for Alzheimer’s disease, based on the development of acupuncture,
or more precisely, on regenerative auriculotherapy. After successful treating fifteen patients with cognitive impairment, Dr. Werth achieved reversible dementia in three of these patients with Alzheimer’s disease.
Dr. Werth defends the theory that the same result can be achieved in all patients suffering from Alzheimer’s disease, not burdened by co-existing diseases, such as blood circulation problems, severe dementia or other serious brain diseases.
Auriculotherapy with the permanent needles can be successfully used to treat and improve the quality of life of patients with a number of other diseases, among which are:
● Restless legs syndrome
● Multiple sclerosis
● Degenerative and hereditary neurological disorders
● Huntington’s disease
● Friedreich’s disease
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