About Spirovital Therapy
Spirovital Therapy is part of the Somatovital therapeutic concept by Airnergy
The 2 Therapies
Spirovital therapy (SVT) as an inhalation application, Gastrovital therapy (GVT) as a drinking application
1. Spirovital Therapy (SVT)
inhaling the energised breathing air via nasal cannula under normal conditions for 21 minutes, in the case of critically ill patients beginning slowly and gradually increasing the intensity. A course of treatment typically consists of 2-3 inhalations per week/ in serious chronic conditions even several times a day.
2. Gastrovital Therapy (GVT)
Drinking the energised water (produced during each application by the sparkling element in the water bottle of the inhalation device) following inhalation.
How can one benefit from Airnergy Therapy?
One can benefit in 2 ways from the Somatovital therapeutic products from Airnergy.
Somatovital therapy represents a so-called background therapy on basic regulation processes. It unfolds its effects both in the cells as well as in the extracellular tissues, and can operate through networking in many parts of the human body; primarily in highly oxygen dependent, metabolically active organs and structures, and secondly in those areas particularly subjected to radical attack.
What happens during the Airnergy energising?
Just like in sunlight, in the presence of specific sensitisers (similar to chlorophyll) atmospheric oxygen is briefly activated. Upon the relapse into the ground state energy photons are emitted. The application of Airnergy devices facilities the absorption of those photons via the lungs (SVT) or the stomach (GVT), where they have an immediate effect on the cells both locally as well as transcellular. At the same time, the photons propagate through hydrogen bonds via the vascular system ubiquitously throughout the body and so engage in multiple micro-reactions of the body.
What processes in the human body are triggered by Somatovital therapy?
1. Increased release of oxygen from blood to tissue (achieved by increasing the peripheral separation of oxygen from haemoglobin in the erythrocytes or red blood cells)
2. Increased oxygen utilisation in the mitochondria (through activation of the enzyme cytochrome oxidase) with increased ATP production. i.e. increased energy production within the cells.
3.Increased elimination of (harmful) oxygen radicals or free radicals (by inhibition of the NADPH oxidase activity) and thus stabilising a healthy oxidative balance in the body.
4. Provision of the reduction equivalents (enhancing the immune system, harmonisation of the basal tissue, strengthening the detoxification of the liver, increased release of the happiness hormone serotonin).