Electroacupuncture After Voll (EAV)

Electroacupuncture After Voll (EAV) is a procedure in which the conductivity of the tissue is checked by means of a measuring device. With electroacupuncture after full, pathological processes in the body should be recorded early, at a time when no irreparable damage has occurred. In addition, you can use the electro-acupuncture drug (mostly homeopathic substances) test, which is suitable for the treatment of the diagnosed complaints. With the help of weak electrical currents, which the EAV device delivers, the treatment is supplemented if necessary.

Origin and Philosophy of Electroacupuncture After Voll

Full electroacupuncture contains ideas from acupuncture, electrotherapy, and homeopathy. This diagnosis and therapy method was justified by the physician Reinhold Voll. He developed an electro-acupuncture device in 1971 due to his own illness. On the one hand, this device measures the resistance at certain points of the skin surface (partly points from the different acupuncture concepts, partly self-found points), on the other hand, it is able to deliver weak electrical impulse currents.

Electroacupuncture after Voll also includes the so-called Herdlehre. This assumes that the causes of various diseases are to be found in “herds” that can be far from the place of the complaint. As possible foci are: chronically inflamed, enlarged and scarred tonsils chronic sinusitis diseased teeth chronic inflammation of internal organs (cecum, prostate) toxins in the body, for example, amalgam seals in the teeth With the electroacupuncture after full it is – according to their users – It is also possible to determine which additional treatments in which order most favorably influence the healing process.

Electroacupuncture After Voll

Technique of Electroacupuncture

Before the start of the measurement, a detailed survey takes place. This gives the therapist first indications of which problems might be present. At this briefing, the patient should also inform the therapist about his or her workplace, eating habits, and any pre-existing allergies. The EAV device consists of a measuring part and a therapy part, which can supply weak electric currents to the patient. During the examination, the patient holds a metal handle connected to the device, the so-called indifferent electrode. The examiner uses a point electrode to measure the skin resistance at the clearly defined EAV points. These are mainly on the hands and on the feet and on the face. In the measurements, the pointer of a scale going from 0 to 100 moves towards 100 and then stops at a certain value. The amount of this value provides information about the type of disease:

Measured value + information diagnostics

    • 90-100 = acute inflammation, toxicity, allergy
    • 60-90 = Acute and chronic inflammation, over-function of organs
    • 50-60 = normal range, the good regulatory capacity of the associated organ system
    • 40-50 = wear and tear of the organs, subfunction of organs
    • under 40 = severe organ disease with cell death and scar tissue

The EAV therapist can also check medications that are particularly well-suited to treat the condition. These are mostly herbal or homeopathic preparations or so-called nosodes. These are preparations of cell components from diseased tissue or from body discharges of sick people. For the testing of these substances on their relationship to the patient, the therapist has ready-made test sets which he inserts into the circuit of the EAV device. If an intermediary toxin strengthens the rash of the needle up or down, this substance may be causally involved in the disease. If the previously measured pathological value after the interposition of the substance to be tested now approaches the range 50 to 60, then the substance is suitable for the therapy. The therapist usually administers the appropriate preparation to his patient, usually as an injection.

Application Of Electroacupuncture

The electroacupuncture after full can be used in principle in all forms of disorders of well-being. In the following complaints and diseases the EAV is used especially often:

    • Allergies of unclear origin
    • Dental and jaw diseases
    • cancer
    • Complaints from the action of toxic substances

Side Effects of Electric Acupuncture

The treatment itself is hardly associated with side effects or risks when properly performed. However, unclear, acute, or threatening illnesses should first be clarified by a doctor, so that effective conventional medical treatment is not too late.

Energy Balance And Energy Requirements

Accordingly, a negative energy balance should be created to reduce body weight, i. H. the energy consumed must be higher than the supplied energy. By means of an energy balance calculation, the daily energy requirement can be determined. This consists of the basal metabolic rate, the work turnover, the leisure time turnover, and compensation for digestive losses.

Metabolic

The metabolic rate of a person is dependent on his weight and gender. Women have a 10 percent lower basal metabolic rate. It represents the energy needed to maintain all vital functions in peace. In men, the basal metabolic rate is 1.0 kcal/kg body weight per hour. In women 0.9 kcal / kg.

Labor Turnover

Work turnover is the amount of energy needed for physical work (occupation). For the work turnover flat rates are added to the basal metabolic rate, since an exact determination is only possible under laboratory-like conditions. For purely sedentary activity, the work turnover corresponds to about 20 percent of the basal metabolic rate. Slightly active, sedentary, or standing activity with occasional walking accounts for 30 percent of the basal metabolic rate. Housework, gardening, assembly line work, frequent walking, sitting a little bit correspond to 50 percent of the basal metabolic rate. Auxiliary, loading work, physical education teacher, dancer, etc. must underlie 75 percent of the base turnover and construction workers, miners, and furniture packers 100 percent.

Leisure turnover

The leisure turnover represents the amount of energy that results from activities besides the occupation. In one hour of walking, a person consumes about 2.86 kcal. When running at 9 km/h 9.5 kcal per hour. Cycling at 15 km/h consumes 5.3 kcal per hour and per kilogram of body weight. In addition, when calculating the total energy expenditure, the loss of energy due to incomplete absorption of nutrients from the intestine and heat losses in the metabolism must not be missing. For these two factors, 15% of the daily energy requirement is reckoned with.

Energy Balance And Energy Requirements

Example: A man of 37 years and 88 kilograms of weight exercises a light activity every day for 8 hours. In his free time, he rides an hour by bicycle at a speed of 15 km / h twice a week. His energy balance is calculated as follows:

Basal metabolism: 1.0 kcal x 88 kg x 24 hrs 2112 kcal

Work turnover: Lightweight activity, plus 30 percent 634 kcal

Leisure turnover: 15 km / h cycling (5.3 kcal / kg / h, based on 88 kg and 2 hours) total: 933 kcal, 133 kcal per day

Together: 2879 kcal plus 15 percent supplement: 432 kcal = total energy requirement per day: 3311 kcal

So if he consumed 3311 kcal per day, the energy balance would be theoretically balanced. Often, however, the calculated value is very high and already exceeds the actual energy input.

How many grams of carbs, fat, and protein would that be per day? This can also be calculated very easily. Assuming a 55:30:15 ratio, you get the following numbers:

    • Carbohydrates (55 percent) = 1821 kcal
    • Fat (30 percent) = 993 kcal
    • Protein (15 percent) = 497 kcal

Carbohydrates (55 percent) = 1821 kcal: 4.1 kcal = 444 g fat (30 percent) = 993, due to the fact that carbs and protein each contain 4.1 kcal per gram and fat 9.3 kcal kcal: 9.3 kcal = 107 g protein (15 percent) = 497 kcal: 4.1 kcal = 121 g

This amount of food he should therefore take classical dietary recommendations after daily to maintain his body weight. Condition is, however, with such a high carbohydrate intake a regular exercise. More meaningful in the context of a weight reduction would be a moderate reduction of carbohydrates and an increase in the protein, fruit, and vegetable content. This also takes into account the glycemic load. To see how many calories you consume each day, an analysis of a 3-7 day nutritional protocol is essential.