The Decoder Dermograph is an objective technique which can offer a unique insight into the energetic changes in the body. It can be used for monitoring the energy levels and focal disturbances in body segments. It allows describing the disease progression and therefore it is a useful tool for evaluating the health and the progress of the treatment. It can be also used in preventive medicine, because it can detect diseases in the early stages, often before their symptoms start to manifest.
The Decoder-Dermograph uses four electrodes, two for the hands and two for the feet, to measure the electrical signals. Electrical impulses in the form of negative and positive tension potential are placed on the skin. They travel between the electrode, skin and body and on the way the tension potential is changed in a characteristic way. Reading these changes through decoder dermography enables to objectify and represent changes in the body.
Decoder gives a picture of reactions and regulatory processes of the body. The cell metabolism can be wrongly regulated and cause organ imbalances. Long-term influence can lead to a change of the tissue and consequently diseases. Through measuring of electrical activity of tissues Decoder can help to find inflammation, different types of tissue stress, PH imbalance or serious electromagnetic stress.
Imbalances can show as; Thyroid, lymphatic system, ear/nose/throat • Stress on the automatic nervous system • Possible scar tissue
Inflammatory – in acute, toxic processes and in extreme form in allergies
Normal pulse packet
Degenerative – in the case of chronic degenerative diseases and delayed vaccination effects
Stress – indication of pathological stress factor
Atypical – occurs predominantly around the forehead as well as in the region of thyroid gland and tonsils
Cicatricial – found in conjunction with very long, horizontal scars
Artefact – irregular chopping due to loose contact in cables and plug or a disturbed/irregular contact placement of the electrodes on the skin
Extremely hyperergic – indicates hyperactivity and nervousness (manager syndrome or extraverted type). If generalised, also suggests overactivity of the sympathetic nervous system
Hypergenic – mixed type with predominantly sympathetic response.
Normoergic – ideal mixed state – expresses a harmony between sympathetic and vagotonic nervous response. In this case the pulse packets are within the normal range.
Hypoergic – mixed type with predominantly vagotonic response. The pulse packets do not reach the normal region.
Extremely Hypoergic – indicates lack of drive and vitality, also suspicion of hypothyroidism and consequent depression where generalised, also signs of vagotonia.
The results of measurements are divided into the body segments – the left and right segments, and quadrants that monitor following body parts:
Head and neck:
Brain, sinuses, nasal cavity, teeth, tonsils, thyroid-parathyroid, cervical vertebrae, scull, cervical spinal cord, associated vessels and muscles
Lungs, Heart, diaphragm, thoracic vertebrae with spinal cord and associated blood vessels and muscles, ribs
Spleen, pancreas, Kidney, Stomach, Liver, Gall Bladder, vertebrae with spinal cord and associated vessels and muscles
Colon, jejunum and ileum, bladder, urethra, testicles, prostate, uterus, fallopian tubes and their attachments, vertebrae with spinal cord and associated blood vessels and muscles, the pelvic bones and those forming the hip joint together with associated muscles