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Duchenne muscular dystrophy

Duchenne muscular dystrophy is an inherited muscle disease that usually manifests itself in early childhood and subsequently leads to muscle weakness.

Due to its X-linked inheritance, it almost exclusively affects boys. It is found in about one in 3,500 newborn boys.

Foreskin inflammation (posthitis)

When frequency researchers look for prehistory or posthitis, they usually don't find it.

This is due to the fact that although the diagnosis is clear, but the causes may be different.

Polyneuropathy

Polyneuropathy is a disease of the peripheral nervous system. Motor, sensory or vegetative nerves can be affected together, or also focussed.

The most common causes of polyneuropathy are diabetes mellitus and alcohol abuse. Less frequently, polyneuropathy is genetically determined.

Abscess and frequency therapy

An abscess is an encapsulated collection of pus in the tissues of the human or animal body.

The triggers are usually bacteria such as staphylococci, streptococci or parasites and amoebas that invade the tissue.

A cavity forms where pus accumulates. The pus consists of dead tissue, dead immune cells and bacterial remains.

A distinction is made between cold and hot abscesses.

Tinnitus and frequency therapy

Tinnitus is basically ear noise that occurs without acoustic stimulus and is perceived as a disturbing sound sensation.

The ear noise as an acoustic perception in itself is not a disease, but a symptom. Comparable to pain, tinnitus is often a warning signal and indicates a malfunction, overload or disease in the ear.

Ascites and frequency therapy

Ascites is the term used to describe a pathological accumulation of free fluid in the abdominal cavity, more specifically the peritoneal cavity. The term is used for both the clinical picture and the fluid. Ascites is always a sign of serious disease.

Fibromyalgia and frequency therapy

Fibromyalgia is one of the chronic diseases and is characterized by pain in the muscles and connective tissue. Usually also paired by exhaustion and sleep disturbances.

To date, the cause of the disease has not been clarified, it is assumed that in Austria 2% of the population is affected, 90% of which are female patients.

ADHD and frequency therapy

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), sometimes called fidget syndrome, belongs to the group of behavioral and emotional disorders with onset in childhood and adolescence.

It is manifested by problems with attention, distractibility, learning disorders, impulsivity and self-regulation, motor restlessness; sometimes severe physical restlessness (hyperactivity) is also present. ADHD usually becomes apparent before the age of 7 and occurs permanently in at least 2 areas of life.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

A narrowing in the tendon compartment of the wrist causes the typical carpal tunnel syndrome and causes the median arm nerve to become pinched.

Myoma and frequency therapy

When we speak of a myoma in gynaecology, we are generally talking about benign hormone-sensitive tumours. Incidentally, the term myoma comes from the famous doctor Rudolf Virchow, who lectured on myomas as early as 1863.

Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS)

Chronic fatigue syndrome is a severe neuroimmunological disorder that often leads to a high degree of physical disability.

There are 17 million affected people worldwide, including 25,000 cases in Austria alone.
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