The Silent Killer

The heart, which is about the size of a human fist, is the body's largest, strongest, and most important muscle. The heart continuously pumps blood through the body, helps regulate and prolong health, and controls the flow (circulation) of blood to the lungs, organs, muscles, and tissues in the body.

Heart disease is a leading cause of debilitation and death worldwide in men and women over age sixty-five. In many countries heart disease is viewed as a "second epidemic," replacing infectious diseases as the leading cause of death
"We don't usually worry too much about heart disease risk until a person is in middle age because it's rare to have a heart attack in young adulthood," Mark J. Plecher, M.D., M.P.H., an associate professor of Epidemiology & Biostatistics and of Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco, was quoted as saying. "However, our evidence shows that young adulthood is an important time because lasting damage already starts to accumulate at this age."

One sign of heart disease is angina, the pain that occurs when a blood vessel to the heart is narrowed and the blood supply is reduced. You may feel pain or discomfort in your chest, shoulders, arms, jaw, or back, especially when you exercise. The pain may go away when you rest or take angina medicine. Angina does not cause permanent damage to the heart muscle, but if you have angina, your chance of having a heart attack increases.Source

The signs and symptoms of a heart attack change for each person and often go unrecognized. Serious heart attack symptoms (even chest pain and shortness of breath) are sometimes dismissed, says Curtis Rimmerman, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.C.C, Gus P. Karos Chair in Clinical Cardiovascular Medicine at Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio In terms of chest discomfort, most health and medical sources use the term "chest pain," but in his book The Cleveland Clinic Guide to Heart Attacks (Kaplan Publishing, May 2009), Rimmerman says the word "discomfort" is more accurate: "If you ask a patient who is experiencing a coronary artery event, 'Are you experiencing pain?' the answer may be no. But if you ask the same patient, 'Are you experiencing discomfort in or around your chest?' the answer may be yes."

Women may not have chest pain but may be more likely to have shortness of breath, nausea, or back and jaw pain. If you have symptoms of a heart attack, call 911 right away. Treatment is most effective if given within an hour of a heart attack. Early treatment can prevent permanent damage to the heart.

Middle-aged women have historically had a lower overall risk of heart events and stroke than men of a similar age, according to background information in one of the articles. However, a recent report showing higher stroke rates among women than men in a sample representative of the U.S. population appeared to reveal a new phenomenon and raised the question of whether heart disease or heart attack were also becoming more prevalent among women.Source

Having diabetes or pre-diabetes puts you at increased risk for heart disease and stroke

Primary cause: Blood clots or blocked arteries due to coronary artery disease.

How arteries get blocked: The coronary arteries supply the heart with oxygen-rich blood. Over time, the arteries can become lined with plaque because of:

•poor diet
• sedentary lifestyle
• smoking
• high cholesterol
• high blood pressure
• hereditary factors

The role of plaque: Arterial plaque can become so thick that it severely restricts blood flow to the heart. Plaque can also rupture, triggering the formation of a blood clot that can block blood flow.

High Cholesterol, and High Triglyceride

Cholesterol and triglycerides are two forms of lipid, or fat. Both cholesterol and triglycerides are necessary for life itself. Cholesterol is necessary, among other things, for building cell membranes and for making several essential hormones. Triglycerides, which are chains of high-energy fatty acids, provide much of the energy needed for cells to function.

Your body uses it to make hormones, vitamin D, and substances that aid digestion. But that doesn't mean you should make a run for the turkey bacon. That's because your body makes all the cholesterol it needs on its own, without any extra-fatty foods eaten by you.

Dietary cholesterol and triglycerides mainly come from eating meats and dairy products. These dietary lipids are absorbed through the gut,and then are delivered through the bloodstream to the liver, where they are processed.

Heart disease is the number one health problem in the United States today, and according to the American Heart Association, it is the single leading cause of death. Most heart disease is diet-related—caused by diets high in animal products.

Meat, eggs, and dairy products are high in cholesterol and saturated fat. (No plant food in the world contains any cholesterol.) As these fatty substances build up inside the walls of arteries as “plaque,” blood flow to all areas of the body is impeded. This artery damage is called “atherosclerosis.” When too little blood reaches various regions of the body, normal bodily functions are impaired, setting people up for a number of diseases, most notably heart disease.

The liver then packages the cholesterol and triglycerides, along with special proteins, into tiny spheres called lipoproteins. The lipoproteins are released into the circulation, and are delivered to the cells of the body. The cells remove the needed cholesterol and triglycerides from the lipoproteins, as they are needed.

More than half of adults have too much cholesterol flowing around in their bloodstreams, a problem that, frighteningly enough, often carries back to their childhoods. Once your total cholesterol reaches 200 milligrams per deciliter, your risk of heart disease increases. And with it, your risk of death from heart disease -- the No. 1 killer of women.

A triglyceride is a type of fat. Our blood also has triglyceride that circulates in lipoproteins. The triglyceride is stored as fat in our body. As most of the fats in food are triglycerides, the food we eat affects blood level of triglycerides. When we eat fat, blood triglyceride increases 2-4 times and reaches to its maximum value in about 5 hours after the meal. Our liver also synthesizes triglyceride. The triglyceride concentrations in the blood vary considerably throughout the day, depending upon how much fat is eaten and how fast the body removes fat from the blood. Our bodies make triglycerides from excess carbohydrate in our diet.

High fat Foods and Weight Gain: As your weight increases, triglyceride levels also increase. One of the causes of high triglycerides is excess calories, especially that derived from sugar/alcohol. Alcohol not only increases your liver’s production cleared from the body, but also plays a part in reducing the amount of fat that is being cleared from your blood. Further, all high fat foods- like red meat, dairy products, organ meat, high sugar diet- increase triglyceride levels in the body. What are triglycerides- wherever fat is found around the body, be sure that it is one of the major causes of high triglyceride levels.

Cholesterol and triglycerides are necessary for our life. The triglycerides provide the fuel needed for body cells to function.

While the association between triglycerides and the risk of heart disease has not been as clear as it is for cholesterol, in recent years, several studies have established that people with elevated levels of triglycerides are indeed at increased risk. Also, elevated triglyceride levels are very often strongly associated with other important risk factors, including low levels of HDH cholesterol, obesity, insulin resistance, diabetes, and a tendency toward excessive blood clotting.

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Reported Uses:
Treatment: high blood fat, high blood glutinosity, hypertension, coronary heart problems, angina, myocardial infarction, atheroma, etc.
Recovering: the sequelas of cardiovascular & cerebrovascular diseases, such as, aphemia, hemiplegia, anaesthesia, etc.
Improvement: headache, dizzy , heart-throb,breathe hard, weak, etc.
Modulation: endocrinopathy, such as, diabetes, etc.

Diseases of nervous system and endocrine system: Diseases of respiratory system: allergic rhinitis, pneumal infection, etc
Diseases of digestive system: gastric ulcer, chronic gastroenteritis
Bacteria, Parasites etc

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Every once in a while a technology is introduced that transforms the landscape of health care. Low Level Laser Therapy is a perfect example of such a development. It is well accepted, painless and, bottom line, it gets results.


Low Level Laser Therapy involves applying a "low" energy or "low level" laser to tissue in order to stimulate cellular processes and enhance biochemical reactions.

Low level laser therapy has been shown to treat a wide range of disorders which, at first, seem to have nothing or very little in common.
For example, LLLT can accelerate wound and burn healing, reduce pain in different limbs all over the body, improve the condition of patients after a stroke, help in treatment of diabetic angiopathy, and reduce stiffness and inflammation.

The physiological effects of laser light at low intensity are not completely understood, but what is known is that it has three main effects:

• biostimulation/tissue regeneration

• anti-inflammatory

Inflammation is not complicated -- it is quite simply your body's natural defence to a foreign invader such as a bacteria, toxin or virus. The cycle of inflammation is perfect in how it protects your body from these bacterial and viral invaders. However, if we chronically expose the body to injury by toxins or foods the human body was never designed to process,a condition occurs called chronic inflammation. Chronic inflammation is just as harmful as acute inflammation is beneficial. Source

• analgesic (pain relieving)

One of the most important effects of LLLT is that it speeds up Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) production, by increasing physical and chemical changes at the cellular level, and enabling the cells deprived of blood flow in the damaged tissue to heal and to attain their normal functions.

ATP is an organic compound composed of adenine, the sugar ribose, and three phosphate groups. It captures chemical energy obtained from the breakdown of food molecules and releases it to fuel other cellular processes, serving as the major energy source within the cell. Think of it as our cell's nuclear power plants.

ATP is present in every cell, and essentially all the physiological mechanisms that require energy for operation obtain it directly from stored ATP.

When energy is needed by the cell, it is converted from storage molecules into ATP. ATP then serves as a shuttle, delivering energy to places within the cell where energy-consuming activities are taking place.

Outside the cell, ATP has been found to act as a neurotransmitter. ATP receptors are widespread through the body. On its own it is known to have effects in the arteries, intestines, lungs, and bladder. It is also often released in tandem with other neurotransmitters, perhaps to add chemical stability.

Low-intensity radiation in the red and infrared spectral ranges induces certain changes in the body,these play an important role in achieving the clinical therapeutic effects of this device.
The most important of these effects is improved blood micro-circulation , which further enhances the therapeutic effect of the low-level laser therapy device. The biological effect is due to the dilating of small blood vessels, a decrease in the adhesive ability of blood cells, and aiding in the formation of new micro-vessels.

In addition, low-intensity radiation has a positive influence on the quantity and quality of the immune system, leading to increased destruction of bacteria.

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Each organ of the body has its own rate of vibration. The first, third and fifth notes on the musical octave ...vibrate in harmony. The first, second and third not vibrate in harmony. If the string of the fifth note on the scale is out of tune, there will be inharmony ...every time this note is struck. Just so ...there is health inharmony —when any one of the organs is out of tune. As the fifth string on the piano, when out of tune must be brought up to pitch, reinstated in its proper vibration, just so ...must the physical organ —out of tune— be reinstated, brought up to the proper vibration. The vital current that carries the life principle must be restored, built up, and a proper equilibrium (vibration) ...must be reestablished.

Low cell voltage Damaged Receptors,,

The 70 trillion cells in your body are like little wet cell batteries that operate ideally at a voltage of around 70 millivolts. The cell membrane acts like a one-way rectifier that converts the earth's magnetic pulse into electrical potential energy, which "charge's your cells".
This energy drives cell metabolism and helps to enhance oxygenation, ATP production and overall absorption of nutrition and essential elements into the cell and removal of wastes out of the cell.

Without this energy, the cell voltage weakens and disease and illness sets in.

Laser Blood Cleaner

Used in Asia to Treat And Prevent Vascular Diseases

Laser Blood Cleaner, which is used in Asia to help with cardiovascular & encephalovascular disease, diabetes, and any other diseases related to blood.

Feature of the Laser Blood Cleaner

1. High-tech device, Class 2 .

Laser Blood Cleaner uses low strength laser radiation of 650nm wavelength, which can be absorbed by blood through nasal mucous membrane.

3. Low strength laser of 650nm wavelength absorbed by blood can make the extra fat wrapping around the RBC(red blood cell) lower.

As the result the RBC(red blood cell) is released

!. So the electriferous power of RBC (red blood cell) recovers, and its absorption of Oxygen improves. The supply of oxygen in the body improves at the same time,

4. Laser Blood Cleaner with low strength laser of 650nm walvelength can active the sympathetic nerve and the vice-sympathetic nerve fibres, so the circulation of blood in the brain and all over the body will be improved .

5. Besides, Low strength laser of 650nm wavelength can correct the abnormal metabolism of fat, keeping the balance of fat level and the proportion of cholesterol and lecithoid (resembling lecithin) So, with the function of Laser Blood Cleaner, cardiovascular & encephalovascular irregularities, diabetes, and any other dis-eases related to blood may be helped.


Technical Stuff

Laser Blood Cleaner applies low-intensity laser with the wavelength of 650nm to irradiate the nasal cavity and inject monochromatic photons of low-intensity into blood to increase the amount of enzymes in blood used for dissolving the fat layer and cholesterol such as lipoproteinase ,cholesterol transferase etc, there fore, the fat layer wrapping around the erythrocyte is shucked out of, thereby, the ventilation ability of the erythrocyte is recovered and the oxygen-carrying function is improved.

Meanwhile, the negative charges on erythrocyte surface are recovered because the surface layer wrapping around the erythrocyte is shucked off, thus ,the repulsive force between each two erythrocytes increases, so the erythrocytes that originally accumulated in mass. disperse apart. This can also change the molecule configuration of the protein in blood such as enzyme and other functional proteins, then, a series of biological effects will occur in the body through photochemical reaction of energy exchange. After the nasal cavity is irradiated on by laser, the blood vessels of nasal mucous membrane will constrict and expand due to the stimulation to the sympathetic and parasympathetic nerves, thus, leading to the improvement of encephalic blood circulation and that of the whole body reflectively

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Laser Blasts Viruses In Blood
ScienceDaily (Sep. 5, 2007) — A father-son research team working from separate laboratory benches across the country has discovered a new use for lasers — zapping viruses out of blood. The technique, which holds promise for disinfecting blood for transfusions, uses a low-power laser beam with a pulse lasting just fractions of a second.

Johns Hopkins University student Shaw-Wei David Tsen says it was during a stroll in the park with his father that the idea was born. Tsen, an immunology researcher in the laboratory of T.C. Wu at Hopkins’ Kimmel Cancer Center, sought a new method to rid isolated blood of dangerous pathogens, including the viruses HIV and hepatitis C. He says current techniques using UV irradiation and radioisotopes can leave a trail of mutated or damaged blood components.

Using ultrasonic vibrations to destroy viruses was one possibility, but his father, Kong-Thon Tsen, a laser expert at Arizona State University, had a better idea: Lasers, unlike ultrasound, can penetrate energy-absorbing water surrounding the viruses and directly vibrate the pathogen itself.

The researchers aimed a low-power laser with a pulse lasting 100 femtoseconds (10-13 second) into glass tubes containing saline-diluted viruses that infect bacteria, also known as bacteriophages. The amount of infectious virus within each cube plummeted 100- to 1000-fold after the laser treatment. “I had to repeat the experiment several times to convince myself that the laser worked this well,” says the younger Tsen.

His laser is different from those emitting a continuous beam of visible light. “Our laser repeatedly sends a rapid pulse of light and then relaxes, allowing the solution surrounding the virus to cool off,” Tsen says. “This significantly reduces heat damage to normal blood components.”

Building on the idea that vibration wrecks a virus’ outer shell, the scientists found that their low-power laser selectively destroys viruses and spares normal human cells around them, while stronger beams kill almost everything.

Father and son speculate that laser vibrations could destroy drug-resistant and -sensitive viruses alike.

Wu says that the technique his student developed “could potentially be used to control communicable diseases by giving infusions of laser-treated blood products.”

The scientists published their results in the July 13 issue of the Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter. They will continue their studies using different viruses.

Says Wu, “We believe this work on bacterial viruses is promising, but the real test will be with more serious pathogens like HIV and hepatitis.”

The National Science Foundation funded the research.

Additional collaborators include Chih-Long Chang and Chien-Fu Hung from Johns Hopkins and Juliann G. Kiang from the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences.



1. Laser Blood Cleaner has low strength laser radiation of 650nm wavelength, which can be absorbed by blood through nasal mucous membrane.

2. Low strength laser of 650nm wavelength, is on the top of the HB (Hemoglobin ) spectral analysis, which can be absorbed strongly by HB.

3. Low strength laser of 650nm wavelength can make the extra fat wrapping around the RBC (ref blood cell) lower.Cardiovascular and Encephalovascular irregularties sometimes caused by lack of blood supply can be offset.

4. With the Declination of the exact fat, the combinative Oxygen of RBC will be increase deeply. The supply of Oxygen in the body is improved at the same time..

5. Low strength laser of 650nm wavelength can correct the abnormal metabolism of fat, keeping the balance of fat level and the proportion of cholesterol.

6. Besides, it can active the sympathetic nerve and the vice-sympathetic nerve fibers, so the circulation of blood in the brain and all over the body will be improved.

The role of the sympathetic nervous system has the following main aspects:
(1) the role of the circulatory system: the skin and abdominal organs of rhabdomyosarcoma and vascular only sympathetic to the domination, coronary circulation and cerebral circulation of the blood vessels are accepted at the same time sympathetic and the two vice sympathetic nerve fibers, it can stimulate the sympathetic general The peripheral artery contraction, and in the removal of sympathetic after expansion will enable peripheral artery. Treatment of peripheral vascular disease, sympathetic with the purposes of, or as a basis.

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1.Stimulate circulatory system, also good for slimming
2.Good for muscle growth, reduce pain in muscle and nerve
3.Eliminate fatigue
4 Good.for lymphatic massage
5 Improve blood circulation and promote metabolism
6.Help to relieve symptomatic intractable pain
7.No side-effects

Laser channel
1)Improve blood viscosity through laser blood irradiation
2)Improve blood oxygen carrying capacity through laser blood irradiation
3)Reduce blood-fat and total cholesterol through laser blood irradiation
4)Quickly and effectively correct the abnormal lipid metabolism and maintain balanced levels of the lipid metabolism in the human body through laser blood irradiation.
5)Improve the partial blood circulation around the nasal cavities and help functioning of the nasal mucosa membranes through irradiation of the nasal cavities
6)Therapeutic efficacy control on ischemic cardio-cerebrovascular diseases.

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