Specialised Screening Tool

A Powerful Analysis Tool for Your Health & Wellbeing

A Specialised Screening Tool is available in the DH Natural Medicine Clinic  that can help to recognise how different sign and symptoms may relate to your health. Our Practitioner will provide you with  your individualised report and findings.This is a clear overview of the results of your screening and the importance of these to your health. Importantly you will be provided with a comprehensive health restoration proposal to help you to achieve your health goals. This report is yours to keep and will enable you to see your progress over time. read more



Health Analytical Tool

Health Analytical Tool is non-invasive, safe, and cost-effective scientific health research equipment. This system allows tracing any condition in the body through changes in the resonance of tissues. Every object, small or large has its own individual frequency or oscillation. It vibrates at a different frequency from any other substance. This system n can detect and match the frequency of any human body part, cell, microbe, chemical or organ.  has a huge frequency library, which allows the probes on the head piece (trigger sensors) to send out signals to the selected body organs, cells or pathogens asking to identify itself. Various conditions change the course of metabolic processes in the cells thus initiating changes in oscillation of the cells.

The health analytical tool has the ability to assess  at what stage of health or disease each person at seven (7) levels described below and correct those imbalances with natural medicine.

1.Optimum  regulation stage

The best way to describe this stage is to test and observe a newborn child, a healthy and fit child or a teenager. All health parameters at any energetic and physical level are optimal.

2. Neuroendocrine level

It refers to the interaction between the nervous system and the endocrine system in the human body. The nervous system is responsible for transmitting signals throughout the body using electrical impulses, while the endocrine system releases hormones into the bloodstream to regulate various physiological processes.

Neuroendocrine interactions occur through specialized cells called neuroendocrine cells, which are found in various organs and tissues throughout the body. These cells have characteristics of both nerve cells (neurons) and endocrine cells, allowing them to receive and transmit signals via electrical impulses and release hormones into the bloodstream.

The neuroendocrine system plays a crucial role in maintaining homeostasis and regulating numerous bodily functions, including growth and development, metabolism, reproduction, stress response, and immune function. Some examples of neuroendocrine organs and structures include the hypothalamus, pituitary gland, adrenal glands, thyroid gland, and pancreas.

Dysfunction of the neuroendocrine system can lead to various disorders, such as neuroendocrine tumors, hormonal imbalances, and neuroendocrine disorders like neuroendocrine carcinoma and neuroendocrine hyperplasia. These conditions may manifest with symptoms related to hormone overproduction or deficiency and require medical evaluation and treatment.

3. Psychophysiological level

Psychophysiologic refers to the relationship between psychological processes and physiological (bodily) functioning. It involves the study of how mental and emotional factors can influence the body’s physical state and vice versa.

The field of psychophysiology examines the interplay between psychological processes, such as thoughts, emotions, and mental states, and physiological responses, including changes in heart rate, blood pressure, respiration, skin conductance, and brain activity. It explores how psychological factors can impact bodily functions and how bodily reactions can, in turn, affect mental and emotional states.

Psychophysiologic research often involves measuring physiological indicators while individuals engage in various psychological tasks or undergo different emotional experiences. For example, studying how stress or anxiety affects heart rate variability or how meditation practices influence brain activity and blood pressure.

Psychophysiologic processes are closely interconnected. Emotional states can elicit physiological responses, such as an increased heart rate during fear or a decreased heart rate during relaxation. Conversely, physiological changes can also influence psychological experiences, such as how physical sensations can trigger emotions or how certain medications can affect mood and cognition.

Psychophysiologic approaches are used in fields such as psychology, neuroscience, psychiatry, and behavioral medicine to investigate the mind-body connection, understand the impact of psychological factors on physical health, and develop interventions to promote well-being and treat disorders.

4. Energoinformational level

It is known that the human body and its functioning systems consist of a great number of cells, each cell being the source of millimeter-wave electromagnetic oscillations of extremely low intensity. The biological field as well as the electromagnetic field is set up by cells, each of them obeying the total field synthesized by all cells. Cells influence the whole system with their biochemical and biophysical fields and obey this system only to the extent to which they are “allied” to one another and to the whole. It is this fact that provides the highest degree of integrality of the human body: an event occurring in some part of it immediately becomes an all-body event.

Bioenergoinformational medicine is the art of cure whose diagnostic and therapeutic efforts are oriented to supporting and correcting the vital functions of the human body. It uses these efforts to act in harmony with the natural capabilities of the human body.

Bioenergoinformational medicine considers not only a material pathologic process disrupting the functioning of organs and tissue systems, but also their energy and information status and the degree of activation of compensatory mechanisms.

The philosophy of bioenergy informational medicine is the maintenance of the bioenergoinformational homeostasis of the human body, which evidences the validity of our statement that the basis for any diagnostic or therapeutic action is to consider the human body as an integral bioenergy informational structure whose peculiar feature is a unique combination of three basic elements: body, soul and spirit.

The basis of bioenergoinformational medicine is defining a disease as a response of the human body to a change in bioenergoinformational balance with the environment whereby the human body tries to compensate bioenergoinformational deformations at the level of organs and tissue systems.

The objective of bioenergoinformational medicine is prevention of possible diseases, detection and treatment of existing diseases and correction of the dynamics of aging by maintaining the stability of energy balance between the environment and the internal medium of the human body for a long period of life.

Bioenergoinformational medicine comprises diagnostic, preventive and therapeutic means which use material, informational and energetic ways of influencing the regulatory and responsive systems of the human body with the aim of mobilizing its adaptive, self-regulatory, regenerative and self-curing capabilities.

5. Endotoxic level

The term “endotoxic” typically refers to something related to or associated with endotoxins. Endotoxins are toxins produced by certain types of bacteria, specifically gram-negative bacteria. These bacteria have a component in their cell walls known as lipopolysaccharides (LPS), which can be released when the bacteria are destroyed or during their normal life cycle.

Endotoxins can cause harmful effects on the body, particularly when released in large amounts or when the immune system reacts strongly to them. They can trigger an immune response, leading to the production of various inflammatory molecules and cytokines. This immune response can result in a range of symptoms, including fever, inflammation, low blood pressure, organ dysfunction, and in severe cases, septic shock.

Endotoxicity, therefore, refers to the toxic effects of endotoxins on the body. It is a significant concern in medical contexts, particularly in cases of bacterial infections and sepsis, where the release of endotoxins can contribute to the severity of the illness. The detection and management of endotoxicity are important aspects of diagnosing and treating such conditions.

6. Chronic stage

We all are too familiar with this stage of the disease. This is where orthodox medicine can intervene with pharmaceutical drugs and natural medicine with supplements, diet, and lifestyle changes.

7. Terminal stage

Terminal illness is an incurable disease that cannot be adequately treated and is reasonably expected to result in the death of the patient. This term is more commonly used for progressive diseases such as cancer or advanced heart, kidney, lung disease,   and any life-limiting disease.