The Principles of Macro-Biophysical Neurophysiological Intervention (Pombni) Steer Against Alzheimer’s and Other Dementia to Improved State
Naisberg Yakov, M. D.
National Israeli Center for Psychosocial Support of Survivors of the Holocaust and the Second Generation, Netanya Branch, Israel
Dr. Naisberg Yakov, M. D., National Israeli Center for Psychosocial Support of Survivors of the Holocaust and the Second Generation, Netanya Branch, Israel.
Keywords: Alzheimer’s Dementia; Homeostasis; Neuropsychological Dimensions
Subjects with early or late dementia (ELOD) of Alzheimer’s and others have a common denominator that leads to functional body, brain and biophysical mind deterioration. All types of drug therapy, as well as psychotherapies, proved to be ineffective in slowing down these processes. The central role of POMBNI is to calm their inseparable bodies, brains and minds in ELOD patients with strategies, tools and techniques based on placebo efficacy. And to guide family members and caregivers to help reduce the intensity, frequency and duration of symptoms and build a better quality of life for them.
This study was conducted in a group of 21 ELOD patients undergoing a common case study with a clinical outcome spanning a 7-year period, which includes ages 67 to 93 of both genders. The mini mental state examination (MMSE) and clock drawing test (CDT) were calculated at pre- and treatment intervals to measure the efficacy of the given method.
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