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REGULATION THERMOMETRY

Regulation Thermometry is most effective for:
  • Early detection for over 40 health conditions

  • Aiding identification of the root causes of an illness

  • Guiding & Monitoring treatments and lifestyle changes

Who are using Thermometry?

  • Men, women and children who want to know their general health
  • Individuals who are currently undergoing health treatments and wish to monitor their progress
  • Individuals with chronic illnesses, like cancer, diabetes, arthritis
  • Women with implants, fibrocystic, large or dense breasts
  • Pregnant or nursing mothers
  • Men with prostate condition

Benefits of Thermometry Screening

  • Timely
  • Comprehensive
  • Accurate
  • Effortless
  • Hazard-free

 

 

 

How does Thermometry Work

Thermometry is a radiation-free and non-invasive body screening that identifies a wide range of physiological dysfunctions by using a temperature sensor to take temperature measurements at over 100 points on the body; gathering information about the functioning health of the nervous system and blood flow extending our major organs, glands, lymph, sinuses and teeth.

An infrared sensor is used to measure skin temperatures on 100+ body points, before and after an additional exposure to normal room temperature air. The autonomic nervous system regulates temperature throughout the body in response to both internal and external factors, as when we expose the body to a slightly cooler temperature, this leads to blood flow away from the skin to the core and head in order to maintain essential organ temperature and function. Therefore, thermometry captures the skin temperature behaviour and identifies how ‘ideal’ our autonomic nervous system responds. It is known that the skin carries projections from their nearby organs. The skin temperature on each point, therefore will reveal the condition of that underlying organ. 

Therefore, Thermometry captures the skin temperature changing behaviour and identifies how well our autonomic nervous system respond to the cooling stimulus. And the skin temperature on each point will reveal the condition of that underlying organ.

 
Key Areas Evaluated by Thermometry
  • Breasts
  • Ovaries
  • Uterus
  • Heart
  • Thyroid
  • Teeth
  • Lymph
  • Sinus
  • Colon
  • Kidney
  • Prostate
  • Liver
  • Gallbladder
  • Pancreas
  • Stomach
  • Small Intestine
  • Spinal Column 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

What are the differences between Thermometry and other Assessment

While mammography, ultrasound, MRI, and other imaging tools rely primarily on finding the physical tumour, thermometry is a physiological test based on detecting the skin temperature changes that look at the body as a dynamic system that is constantly changing and adjusting. A sign of true health can then be said to be a resilient system that can stand pressure, operating more efficiently, and to return to stability as soon as possible. The thermometry system is useful to evaluate the function of an organ, not simply providing an image of the existing underlying anatomy but to detect cancerous tendencies before pathology (tumours) is detected. Therefore we can detect patterns of disease early and reverse them at an early stage before they become pathological. A more preventative measure compared to other imaging tests.

 

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"1 out of every 19 Malaysian women is suffering from breast cancer"

 

For more information, please call us at 03-40226689 or email to sharewithus@sol.com.my.

 

Pre-Preparation for Thermometry

  • Client is advised to wear loose-fitting attire.
  • Avoid exercise for 4 hours prior to the screening
  • Do not take pain medication prior to screening
  • Stop any supplements and remedies prior to the test, except for medication prescribed by doctors.
  • Avoid smoking 2 hours before screening
  • Avoid hot shower within 1 hour prior to the screening session.
  • Avoid the use of body sprays, skin creams, lotions or cosmetics.
  • Screening session will be postponed if client experiencing recent sunburn or skin burns.
  • Avoid physical stimulation of the body (e.g. massage, sexual activity, acupuncture, hot and cold pack use of chiropractic treatments) 24 hours prior to the screening session.
  • Do not shave the area to be scanned 24 hours prior to the screening session.
  • Avoid caffeine intake, such as coffee, black tea or caffeinated beverages prior to the screening session.
  • Women on first up to 3rd day of the menstrual period are not advisable to attend the screening session.
  • Avoid alcohol intake for at least 24 hours prior to the screening session.
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