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Reaction of Visible Ray Treatment

Reaction of Visible Ray Treatment

The ray irradiation by a carbon ray irradiator does not make side effect like drugs or addiction symptom by continuous uses. Irradiation reactions are positive reaction and negative reaction.

Sweating, temperature increase and blood flush are the positive reactions, and temperature decrease and infection effect reducing are the negative reactions. For example, when the ray is irradiated to the purulent diseases such as gonorrhea, caries and boil, the drainage of a wound significantly increases. It is the sign to cure the affected area promptly, in other words, a negative reaction. Thus a patient feels comfortable for a while. But people, who experience it for the first time, misunderstand the increase of drainage as a bad reaction by the ray irradiation, and sometimes stop the irradiation; however, it is not required to worry.

In case of purulent diseases of the deep suppuration state progresses prior to ray irradiation, patients think that they will suffer from the intolerable pain. In most cases the ray irradiation provides an odynolysis effect, but sometimes pains are temporarily reduced and they appear later. The pain is caused by the acceleration of suppuration, and it declines and is cured if irradiation is repeatedly provided when the patient feel painful.

If a nodule is treated by a cold compress, patients are suffered from pains for a long time until suppuration, but in case of ray irradiation, it is completed drained in a short period. In other words, it has the effect to reduce and relieve pain. In case of purulent diseases of stronger pain, it is good to continue the ray irradiation till the pain is relieved. Sometimes a feverish attack occurs, but it must be a positive reaction. Therefore, if a significantly high fever occurs due to a tubercular disease, the irradiation time has to be adjusted in proportion to the increase or decrease of the temperature by reducing the irradiation time or by the irradiation every other day.

When the ray irradiation begins to treat acampsia, the patient may feel a pain at a spot that has not been painful. Then the patient can think that the symptom got worse due to the treatment, however, it is a significantly good reaction which can be considered that required blood or cells become active since the fundamental improvement has started internally. Thus, the people who have positive reaction can be easily cured and recovered.

Direct Irradiation and Indirect Irradiation
Ray irradiation is applied directly to the skin. The methods of ray irradiation are ‘Indirect Irradiation’ and ‘Direct Irradiation’. Indirect irradiation is to be carried out to the other area than an affected part for the treatment of the entire body. In principle, the comprehensive visible ray therapy performs the indirect irradiation first, and then direct irradiation is applied to the affected area and the part of symptom. The main areas of the indirect irradiation are; both soles(7), both ankles (1), abdominal muscles(29), both knees(2), the femoral regions(30), waist(6), abdomen(5), right and left lower abdomen (23)(24), occipital region(3), right and left throats(4) and so on.

The direct irradiation is applied to the affected part or the area of symptom. The direct irradiation is usually performed using concentrators No. 1 ~ No. 3. It is required to promote the improvement of the entire body and the recovery of physical strength by continuing the indirect irradiation simultaneously as well, since the effective result may not be expected by only direct irradiation. In particular, the indirect irradiation is important for chronic diseases and the symptoms of long laps to increase the treatment effect.

The Areas and Sequence of Ray Irradiation
As for the details of the irradiation areas, refer to ‘Numbers of Ray Irradiation Areas’ on the page 1 of the diagram appendix at the end of the book, and ‘Diagram and Area Numbers of Ray Irradiation Areas (Illustration)’ on the pages 2~3. In principle, the sequence of the irradiation treatment area for indirect irradiation is from the part farthest from the heart. For example, the sequence is; both soles(7) → both ankles(1) → abdominal muscles(29) → both knees(2) → abdomen(5) → waist(6) or right and left lower abdomen(23)(24). After the irradiation to the areas of indirect irradiation, the affected area or the part of symptom (direct irradiation area) is irradiated.
How to Choose the Carbon for Treatment
If multiple carbons for treatment is described on the prescriptions, choose the carbon combination for treatment that gives the best feeling after the actual checking. And in case of using the same treatment carbon for a long period, the expected treatment effect is not acquired since the rays generated from the treatment carbon is accustomed to the body. In this case, the change of treatment carbon can be considered 2~3 months after starting the treatment.
Irradiation Distance, Irradiation Time and Irradiation Angle
It is desirable to perform irradiation at the distance of ‘comfortable feeling’ (About 20 cm or longer). As the comprehensive visible ray therapy is not merely a thermotherapy, it may give little effect when a patient feels hot. This ‘feeling comfortable’ distance can’t be constant always.

Sensitivity may vary depending on the irradiation areas or the physical state even at the same area. And in case of patients whose skin feeling is dull or paralyzed due to disease and symptom or it is difficult for patients to appeal sense (disharmony or unpleasant feeling), it is required to adjust the irradiation distance by an operator.

In principle, the irradiation time should be 5~10 minutes per a single area. The total treatment (ray irradiation) time is to be within 40minutes, and it is acceptable to irradiate for a long time if fatigue and positive reaction are not found. And in case of a number of the irradiation areas according to disease and symptoms, it is considered to provide treatments twice in the morning and evening or to irradiate by multiple therapeutic apparatus.

If possible, a therapeutic apparatus should be held horizontally to the irradiation surface (the skin), and irradiation at a right angle is the principle. In case of tilting the irradiation apparatus, the degree of ray penetration reduces and it is hard to give the effect.

Use of Concentrator (Irradiated Area Aperture)
A concentrator is used to adjust the concentrated amount of irradiation depending on the treatment area or treatment purpose. Concentrators are: Concentrator No. 1 (Large: ○ mark), No.2 (Medium: △ mark), No.3 (Small: □ mark), and they are used depending on the size of the treated area (irradiation range). In principle, the concentrator used at each irradiation area is determined (In case of children, select a concentrator considering the physique difference). Refer to ‘Numbers of Ray Irradiation Areas’ on the page 1 of the diagram appendix at the end of the book, and ‘Diagram and Area Numbers of Ray Irradiation Areas (Illustration)’ on the pages 2~3. In addition, as for the device of the concentrator, refer to ‘How to Use Concentrator (picture)’ on page 6 of the diagram appendix.

In case of the indirect irradiation (both soles(7), both ankles(1), abdominal muscles(29), both knees(2), waist(6) and abdomen(5)), irradiation is often performed without using a concentrator (with the protection net as it is: ○ mark). In case of the direct irradiation, irradiation is frequently performed using a concentrator for effective treatment by making strong congestion at the affected area (improving blood flow, and promoting metabolism). And it reduces fatigue and the irradiation for a long time is possible by using a concentrator.

Posture during Treatment
In principle, treatment is carried out with patients’ convenient posture. It is commonly carried out lying on patient’s side, but a patient may sit down if it is comfortable. As for the main treatment (irradiation) posture and use of multiple therapeutic apparatus, refer to ‘Irradiation examples of the ray therapeutic apparatus (illustration)’ on the page 4 of the diagram appendix at the end of the book.