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Malakhov V.V.,Nikolaeva N.B., Panshina R.M., Yekaterinburg

Cosmetology salon, Sverdlovsk region

 

Obesity is one of the most prevalent diseases in the developed countries. Presently, it has become an urgent medical and social issue. In Russia according to the Institute of Nutrition of the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences obesity and excessive body mass are found in 30% and 25% of able-bodied urban population respectively.

The significance of the obesity problem is determined by the development of severe concomitant diseases, such as Type 2 diabetes mellitus, arterial hypertension, atherosclerosis, dyslipidemia, osteoarthrosis, etc. With the increase of the body weight there increases the probability of development of these diseases. Evidently, decrease of body mass by 5-15% results in significant decrease of manifestation of concomitant diseases.

Purpose of the research is to evaluate the efficiency of energy medicine of DENAS in therapy of excessive body weight and obesity.

Materials and methods

30 female patients aged 20 to 60 years underwent the courses of DENAS therapy. All of them were administered general clinical and endocrinological examination. When the first course of therapy was started, the main complaint of these patients was the excessive body weight.

All the studied patients were divided into 4 groups according to their body mass index (BMI) to evaluate the results of the study. BMI (obesity classification was accepted by WHO in 1997) is calculated by the formula: body weight (kg)/height (m).

Table 1. Distribution of patients in the groups depending on the BMI prior to DENAS therapy

Types of obesity (groups)

Body mass index kg/m2

Number of patients

1 – excessive body weight

25-29.9

14

2 – obesity of the 1 degree

30-34.9

12

3 – obesity of the 2 degree

35-39.9

3

4 – obesity of the 3 degree

Over 40

1

All the women underwent 3 courses of DENAS therapy during the period of 6 months. Classical methods of DENAS therapy described in the manual were used. The average time of one procedure was 30-50 min daily five times a week. The course consisted of 9-12 procedures. Low calorie diet was introduced only beginning from course 2-3 in 14 women (46%).

Results

Control study (height, weight, BMI) was conducted in 1 and 6 months after therapy (Table 2).

Table 2. Dynamics of body mass decrease depending on the study group following 1 and 3 courses of DENAS therapy

Types of obesity (groups)

Average body mass decrease

following 1 course (% of the

initial value)

Average body mass decrease

following 3 courses

Diet

No diet

1 – excessive body weight

0,8

10,3 (7 persons)

15

2 – obesity of the 1 degree

1,8

9,4 (6 persons)

6

3 – obesity of the 2 degree

1,7

10,5 (1 person)

2

4 – obesity of the 3 degree

7,4

1

1

 

Conclusion

1. Body mass decreased from 1 to 10 kg was attained in 96% of patients (29 women). Body mass remained the same in one woman.

2. Six women from the group with excessive body weight (18%) were transferred to the group with normal body weight.

3. No body mass increase was registered in one woman during the 6 month follow-up, so it can be assumed that DENAS therapy was effective as a preventive method of body mass decrease.

4. DENAS therapy combined with a diet meets the requirements of step-be-step methods of moderate body weight decrease taking into account the value of BMI.

5. Application of DENAS therapy combined with dietary efforts enables to attain better results (Table 2).

6. All the studied patients went smoothly through the procedures and experienced the improvement of intestine function and stabilization of blood pressure.

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