Sysara or Arasys anybody ?

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Sysara or Arasys anybody ?

Postby bas » Sat Aug 18, 2007 3:14 am

Heard about Syasara and it development for MS patients.

It failed so it was transformed into an apparatus to reduce your fat/body weight and increase muscle build up.

Now there is a lady MS patient who is actually using Sysara and yes she has several improvements. I like the thought.

I can not find any other Sysara related documents on the WWW.

Maybe anybody on this forum who is aware of any experiences with this machine ?

It is basicly a system where a low current is fed through your muscles.

Looking forward to any reactions,

Thanks, Bas
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Re: Sysara or Arasys anybody ?

Postby CureOrBust » Sat Aug 18, 2007 7:57 pm

bas wrote:I can not find any other Sysara related documents on the WWW
I looked using the other name you gave (i.e. Arasys), and found lots of stuff, but most of it just for weight loss etc. They refer to its initial design for ms, but that's about it. As you said it "failed" for ms. The one interesting reference I found was at http://www.lemuriaspa.com/arasys-the-science.htm which wrongly referred to MS as a "muscle wasting" disease.
The co-inventor of the pacemaker, Gerry Pollock originally designed this system to help muscle-wasting conditions such as Multiple Sclerosis and muscle atrophy.

This would become interesting if it did work on muscles, and they found the "frequency" that caused nerve regeneration.
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Postby mom10789 » Sat Aug 18, 2007 8:06 pm

is this the one that was developed in africa it is suppose to be painless i have alot of pain and it made the pain worse but it did amazing things for my girlfriend and she is walking again
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Postby bas » Mon Aug 20, 2007 10:02 am

No not Africa, this was developped in England.
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