Brain - the control center of the whole body

The brain is the control center of the whole body. Your lifestyle can increase or decrease the risk of getting Alzheimer's disease ("Alzheimer's"), or Parkinson's disease ("Parkinson's").

Live healthily, take care of a good blood condition and your brain will reward you with good memory and overall health even in old age. In this article, you will learn about the brain as you have never heard of it and the hypothesis of Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease as a result of atherosclerosis in the cerebral vessels, which is being studied by many scientists and doctors.

In this article we will describe the following topics:

  • Here are some facts about the brain that you may not have known.
  • What is cerebral circulation?
  • Classification of brain diseases in general.
  • Scientists hypothesize and research the relationship between atherosclerosis and neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's disease and Parkison's disease.
  • A healthy brain is well oxygenated and nourished.
  • How BIOquant helps and facts about laser irradiation of blood.
  • How coconut oil helps patients with neurodegenerative diseases.
  • Alzheimer's disease and the hypotheses of scientists.
  • Parkinson's disease and the hypotheses of scientists.
  • Autism and scientists' hypotheses.
  • Conclusion.
  • Research by Dr. Thomas Bleach.
  • Dr.Lath's research.
  • Washington Hospital Research.

The brain is the most complex organ in the body, which is so complex that scientists are constantly studying it and new information is constantly being revealed.

Here are some facts about the brain that you may not have known

The brain consumes the most energy in the body up to 20 percent of total consumption. Recent research shows that two-thirds of this energy is used to transmit and process signals and one-third to clean up the space in which nerve cells work. The effectiveness of cleaning activities is related to blood and its properties and its ability to remove waste products from the cleaning area. There are about 100 trillion neurons in the brain. The brain is the fattest organ in the human body because up to 60 percent is fat. Each neuron has 1000 to 10,000 synapses. Each neuron has a number of mitochondria that produce energy in it (up to several thousand mitochondria per neuron.)

What is cerebral circulation?

Cerebral circulation, or simply the circulation of blood in the brain, is the movement of blood through a network of blood vessels located in the brain. The arteries carry oxygenated blood, glucose, and other nutrients to the brain, and the veins carry the blood back to the heart to remove carbon dioxide, lactic acid, and other waste products. Up to one-third of the blood pumped by the heart into the body flows through the brain to supply nutrients to function.

Classification of brain diseases in general

There are many brain diseases, but we could divide them into several categories and briefly describe the type of disease: infection, trauma, stroke, seizure, tumor, neurodegenerative diseases, etc. These are always serious cases that fall into the hands of doctors and require treatment. Prevention is very important. Prevention is about maintaining good blood rheology, maintaining normal blood levels, and the proper functioning of organs and waste disposal processes. Long-term elevated LDL cholesterol, triglycerides, or glucose contribute to the worsening of the blood and the subsequent development of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases. In addition, poor diet such as excessive consumption of trans fats and low water intake significantly exacerbate these diseases and the removal of waste products from the body.

Brain infections: There are several brain infections. They can be caused by viruses or bacteria. Infections include meningitis, encephalitis, brain abscess, or borreliosis.

Seizures: Epilepsy is one of the most common brain diseases that cause seizures.

Trauma: The group of trauma includes the following diseases: concussion, bleeding into the brain, and traumatic head diseases.

Tumors: These include benign and malignant tumors.

Vascular diseases of the brain: These are diseases that are caused by a vascular disorder and are also called cerebrovascular diseases.

Stroke: The flow of blood and oxygen to the brain is interrupted at a certain point, usually by a blood clot, and an ischemic state arises, which is a situation with insufficient blood and oxygen supply. The affected tissue usually dies in a very short time. This is related to the blocked blood flow, which means that there has been an increase in the concentration of waste products as well as carbon dioxide in the affected area, so nerve cells in the area die within a few minutes if blood flow cannot be restored in a short time.

Transient ischemic attack: The symptoms are the same as at stroke, but usually these symptoms resolve and do not cause permanent consequences. Blood flow has been restored and the tissue remains functional. This is a warning because such events recur and the consequences may gradually worsen.

Hemorrhagic stroke: Bleeding into the brain, which creates a discharge of blood from a blood vessel and puts pressure on the brain tissue. It is caused by long-term hypertension and vascular damage and the pressure acting on the vessel wall may not withstand and rupture. 

Aneurysm: It is a convex area in a part of an artery, it looks like a balloon. Such a vessel may rupture more easily because the forces acting on the walls at such locations are higher than in vessels of normal diameter. Consequently, it causes bleeding into the brain. For diseases of this type, the same measures are applied as for ischemic conditions, but in addition, it is necessary to keep blood pressure within normal limits and, if necessary, surgery.

Autoimmune diseases of the brain: These include, for example, multiple sclerosis, which is a disease in which the immune system attacks the nerve cells of the brain. There are several clinical studies on laser irradiation of the blood and this disease, mainly from Germany, with favorable results, although the disease cannot be cured. Its course slows down and patients feel better physically and mentally.

Neurodegenerative diseases: Parkinson, Huntington, Alzheimer, dementia

Researchers are investigating the cause of neurodegenerative diseases, and there is a hypothesis that analyzes the connection between atherosclerosis and the brain.

Did you know that atherosclerotic plaque on blood vessels is actually kind of relative to beta-amyloid plaque, which occurs in Alzheimer's? And both of these plaques secondary cause inflammation and activation of immune system cells.

If atherosclerotic plaque develops on the wall of an artery and the wall becomes rough, it causes inflammation and the body tries to treat them with increased production of macrophages (white blood cells - protectors) and increased production of platelets.

When beta amyloid plaque develops in the brain, gliomas are activated in the brain, which are the protectors of the brain and which, in the long run, try to destroy the plaque, but also destroy neurons and die. Active microgliomas release toxic substances that kill not only the pathogen but also the neuron.

Therefore, it is a hypothesis that scientists are trying to prove that one of the triggers of Alzheimer's disease is atherosclerosis in the arteries of the brain. Subsequent inflammation leads to excessive activation of macrophages and gliomas. Narrowed vessels due to accumulated plaque are not able to efficiently remove waste and toxins, and so the waste accumulates, the plaque expands and there is an endless cycle of waste accumulation and vasoconstriction, which causes deterioration.

Clinical studies are also emerging for this disease, one of which is the use of photons of red to infrared light in combination with green tea extract. This combination significantly helps to remove waste proteins from the brain. This is attributed to the effect of laser light on the increase in ATP energy production in healthy cells, which generally has a positive effect on the healing processes in irradiated tissues.

A healthy brain is well oxygenated, nourished and perfused

If the brain is well oxygenated, the cells have enough energy and therefore the removal of waste products to the liver and kidneys is without any problem. The human brain is like one big busy city. He has "workers", neurons and glial cells that work together to pass information, he has "offices", clusters of cells that work together to accomplish some specific tasks, he has "highways", bundles of fibers that transmit information over long distances, and has densely interconnected nodes that integrate information from its distributed network.

BIOquant laser helps to remove toxins and deposits from the body and blood vessels

During metabolic processes (processes of normal cell function) waste products are produced. Waste accumulates in the brain, which the body and brain must get rid of. According to some neurologists, the removal of waste from the brain takes place using the lymphatic system. Lymph is a fluid that contains white blood cells. The lymphatic system eventually enters the vascular system and so everything enters the blood and detoxification organs. In order for the brain to handle all the complicated tasks, such as regulating and taking away waste, it must work properly. It must have enough nutrients and oxygen. Therefore, it is essential to have an excellent blood condition. One way to achieve good blood rheology and viscosity is to use BIOquant laser light.

BIOquant and improving blood properties

BIOquant is a device that improves the properties of the blood and has a number of other effects that arise secondarily to the improvement of the properties of the blood.

It improves red blood cell elasticity (rheology) and blood viscosity (decreases flow resistance). Red blood cells are linked in rolls or chains in many people due to complicated lipid-protein binding, excessive fat consumption, acidification, oxidative stress and the action of free radicals leading to excessive storage of waste in the blood. When connected, they cannot bind oxygen to the entire surface. Irradiation with laser light - photons activates substances that release these sticky bonds between red blood cells and thus separate from each other very quickly. Subsequently, they are able to bind oxygen to their entire surface and carry it to the brain as well as to all organs.