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Amps (current intensity) and frequency therapy

shutterstock 1051769399If electrical charge carriers move, this is referred to as electrical current. The charge carriers can be ions in a liquid or a gas or electrons that move freely in metals.

Even in a vacuum, electrons or ions can move, creating an electric current.

In practice and in theory, three different current directions can be distinguished:

  • The technical current direction was determined from the positive pole to the negative pole. When this determination was made, nothing was known about the movement of the free electrons.
  • The direction of electron flow is from the negative pole to the positive pole, i.e. opposite to the technical current direction.
  • The direction of ion flow depends on the charge of the ions, cations flow to the cathode, anions to the anode.

The current strength is higher, the more free electrons flow through the cross-section of the conductor per second.

The electrical current is abbreviated with "i" for calculations, the unit is ampere for short "A".

The current can be calculated by dividing the power by the voltage, that is:
Ampere = watt / volt

Article author:
Herbert Eder

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Differentiation to conventional medicine

All diagnosis and treatment methods presented here are the content of the naturopathic experience medicine and the methods from the research results of modern quantum physics, based on a number of Nobel Prize winners since about 1900. (Max Planck, Albert Einstein, Werner Heisenberg, Erwin Schrödinger, Nils Bohr, etc.) These are not among the generally accepted methods in the sense of recognition by the scientific conventional medicine, based on the classical physics since Isaac Newton (1642-1727). All statements made and findings on modes of action and indications of the presented methods are based on the current findings and empirical values ​​of the respective therapeutic directions themselves.
The content of this website can not replace medical advice, diagnosis and treatment by trained physicians or therapists and does not constitute medical claims.

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