Cerebral Therapy

  • Церебральная терапия
40 - 60 minutes
5 - 10 sessions
2 000 UAH

Cerebral diseases are a group of brain diseases caused by pathological changes in cerebral vessels with impaired cerebral circulation.

Arterial hypertension and atherosclerosis are the main causes of this group of diseases. A decrease in cerebral blood flow and a narrowing of the lumen of the cerebral vessels are most often the result of stress, smoking, diabetes mellitus, IHD (coronary heart disease) and other factors.

These techniques are aimed at working with the brain and limbic system.

During the session, the aura, emotions, cerebral spasms, thalamus and hypothalamus, pituitary and pineal glands, ventricles of the brain and spinal cord, caudate and nucleus accumbens, corpus callosum and mammillary bodies, tonsils, cingulate gyrus, etc. are affected.

The limbic system is involved in the regulation of the functions of internal organs, smell, automatic regulation, emotions, memory, sleep, wakefulness, etc. In addition, the limbic system plays an important role in learning.

Functions of the limbic system:

  • regulation of the function of internal organs (through the hypothalamus);
  • formation of motivations, emotions, behavioral reactions;
  • olfactory function;
  • organization of short-term and long-term memory;
  • participation in the formation of orienting research activities (Kluver-Bucy syndrome);
  • organization of the simplest motivational and informational communication (speech);
  • involved in the mechanisms of sleep.

Changes in behavioral responses may be a consequence of changes in the human cerebral cortex. In the case of hemiparesis (paralysis of the muscles of one half of the body), the focus of cerebral spasm is located in the opposite hemisphere. Hemiparesis disappears after working off the spasm. But cerebral spasm can be not only in the cerebral cortex.

By removing this factor, we carry out the prevention of strokes, since the spasm itself can be completely reversible and functional.

The pituitary gland has a stalk and problems arise when it is twisted. This can lead to pituitary atrophy or cyst formation.

Twisting of any part of the CSF system can lead to twisting of the body, including scoliosis.

Damage to the thalamus can lead to anterograde amnesia, as well as cause tremors - involuntary trembling of the limbs at rest, which is absent when the patient performs movements consciously.

The thalamus is associated with a rare disease called fatal familial insomnia. Conditions such as anxiety, autism, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, and phobias are thought to be associated with abnormal functioning of the amygdala.

Cerebral therapy can help not only with cerebral spasms, but also with all motor disorders and spontaneous movements (extrapyramidal disorders):

  • multiple sclerosis;
  • parkinsonism;
  • chorea;
  • atitosis;
  • torsion dystonia;
  • tension of the spinal roots, tunnel syndromes, twisting of the pelvis and lowering of the kidneys.
Treatment indications
  • migraine
  • hormonal disorders
  • emotional trauma, stress
  • hemiparesis
  • parkinsonism
  • multiple sclerosis
  • sleep disturbance
  • learning difficulties
  • decreased immunity
  • smell disorder
  • malfunction of internal organs
  • memory loss
  • tremor
  • decreased vision and hearing
  • sexual disorders
  • acute conditions (hyperthermia, myocardial infarction, fractures, etc.);
  • exacerbations of the gastrointestinal tract (gastrointestinal tract);
  • mental disorders.