Can the effects be measured?

How can the effect of Somatovital therapy on the individual user be evidenced?

The therapeutic potential of Somatovital therapy was studied in laboratories and clinically in healthy test subjects and athletes, prior to any administration of the therapy to patients. In the latter case, any measurement of the specific effect of Airnergy applications with existing measurement methods is comparatively difficult as Somatovital therapy is and should also be used in combination with other therapeutic procedures – constituting a background therapy in the support of traditional therapies and other natural remedies.

Of particular value in terms of quantifying any specific effectiveness in individual users is the measurement of heart rate variability (HRV). The recorded data indicate the condition of the autonomic nervous system (VNS), which connects all cells, tissues and organs of a person via the network of hormones, immune system as well as the psyche, and has direct influence on the body‘s ability to regulate and thus to health and/or illness.

In addition to the recorded and statistical data, specific observations and personal experiences of Airnergy users and therapists are principle reference.

1. Measurement of heart rate variability (HRV)

A Somatovital therapeutical application, in particular the use of an inhalation device (Spirovitalisation), results in increased responsiveness and variability of the heart rate. Even after a single Airnergy application a positive change can be seen in the HRV analysis in relation to the initial situation of the individual person. The change refers to the optimization of function and regulation of the body.

The heart does not lie!

Every human body is sporting a sophisticated control center: the autonomic nervous system. If control and regulation no longer function flawlessly here, the symptoms are always reflected by a change in the intervals from heartbeat to heartbeat (= heart rate variability HRV). Likewise, resolving the problem (or the success of individual therapies) can also be made visible via HRV measurement.

Inside each of us is something similar to an autopilot working 24/7, controlling our inner “Service mode“: the survival program. That hardworking team consists of the sympathetic nervous system (or: tense nerves) and its antagonist, the parasympathetic nervous system (or: relaxed nerves). Their joint headquarters, the vegetative nervous system (VNS) autonomously controls all vital functions such as breathing, blood pressure regulation, immune system, glands, digestion, regeneration and much more. The heart rate is also subject to the regulation of the VNS. A healthy body is constantly changing its heartbeat rhythm, always adapting it to the momentary situation. Its intact regulatory ability is vitally important, because only then can it optimally respond to constantly changing environmental conditions.
Stress, physical exertion, falling in love – the heartbeat (pulse) accelerates. Resting, relaxing, sleeping – and the heart rate decreases considerably. At least, that’s what it should be like. Such corrective actions and responses are controlled by the VNS and can be measured and evaluated easily and painlessly within seven minutes using HRV. Heart rate variability is a global health parameter indicating whether the entire organism is healthy and functions efficiently and adaptively.

Similar to a car engine, it is not good, if the pace is constantly too high or too low. Or, to use the words of a Chinese doctor from the 3rd century, Dr. Wang Shuhe: “When the heart beats as regularly as the tapping of a woodpecker or the dripping of the rain on the roof, the patient will be dead within 4 days.“ Well, until then, a lot would have to go horribly wrong… But today it is in fact medically advisable to use HRV measurement in order to determine the overall condition of the autonomic nervous system, or whether changes to lifestyle and therapies are bringing about positive changes.

Naturopath and former professional athlete Silko Günzel has been using HRV measurement for many years as a control instrument for Spirovitalisation. In his daily practice, he focuses primarily on Spirovital therapy and has been very successful with it. “I am extremely pleased to have discovered the Airnergy technology at such an early stage for myself, my clients and my patients,” explains Günzel. “In addition to the long-term health improvements, it does not cease to amaze me, how this treatment noticeably effects positive change in the HRV right after the very first application. No matter what symptoms are plaguing the users: The therapy with energy-optimized oxygen verifiably improves the functioning of their autonomic nervous system. Therefore, there is virtually no disease for which the concomitant use of Spirovital therapy would not be conducive.

Numerous grateful feedbacks and millions of applications speak for themselves. Whether asthma, burnout, COPD in particular, diabetes, fibromyalgia, macular degeneration or sleep disorders – the relief is usually huge, when the HRV indicates that organs and organ systems are better controlled again and their functioning improved.”

Inner dysregulations often remain undetected for a considerable time and, in many cases, manifest themselves only by severe physical symptoms. To ensure that this does not eventuate, innovative doctors and therapists apply HRV measurement in conjunction with Spirovital therapy as a prevention. “In countries like the US, HRV analysis as medical diagnosis has long been considered gold standard,” says Günzel.