A. A. Karasev, S. V. Aleshin
Recommendations on SCENAR and COSMODIC treatment
Time of action and course of treatment
Time of a session depends upon the purpose of treatment: from 30 seconds (for quick elimination of toothache, for example) to several days of continuous action (when treating an extremely affected organ in acute condition). Usual time of session is 15–30 minutes. In any case of planned therapy, the time of action should not exceed 40 minutes (while operating with one device). Continuous operation with two devices accelerates the time of action 2.5 times as much.
It is also worth considering chronobiological characteristics of the body (i. e. the most suitable and productive time for action) while providing SCENAR-therapy. If you become proficient in use of chronobiology, the result of treatment will be much quicker and surer. On the other hand, due to individually dosed mode, SCENAR itself provides chronobiological approach to treatment – every area is determined its own dose in the certain moment of action.
Action frequency is determined by the pronouncement of the pathological process. In acute condition the action is executed every day or several times a day, but with no less than three hours pause. The more chronic and prolonged the disease is, the longer pauses between the sessions should be — every other day or two-three times a week. There will be no harm if you treat the patient more often, but it will not quicken the result of action.
The term of treatment makes up 1–25 sessions for one course (usually 10–14 sessions). The duration of the course of treatment is determined by body response upon the action and recovery of the lost functions. There are known surprising results of single SCENAR-action and every day action during more than three months with the positive results observed a long time later.
The later the disease, the sooner the recovery from it. For treatment of acute conditions one course of therapy is enough. In treatment of chronic disorders the bettering can be observed during the course of therapy but maximum effect usually manifests only a month later after the treatment has been finished and health-improving reaction is provided for three months. That is why, if the condition of the patient requires recurring courses of therapy, the pause should be about three months. The recurring course of therapy conducted within this period of time will be more effective than the previous one. If the pause between the courses of treatment is more than six months, the treatment will be considered by the body as a primary action.
You may reduce the three months’ pause between the courses of treatment if there appeared next pronounced acute condition. The treatment is always more effective if it is conducted during exacerbation period.
If exacerbation processes are not pronounced, you may conduct one or several intermediate (between the courses of therapy) sessions or let this condition pass by itself.