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12 The rhythm of PT

Because of the structure and undisturbed function of the sense of balance it can control the body and its muscles very quickly if necessary. That's why the rhythm of the maneuvers have become faster compared to the older techniques. It has been necessary to refine the maneuvers of  PT  to correspond more precisely to the shape of the semicircular canals. The focus in this development has been to shorten the radii of the rotates and bends as much as possible.

The successful effect of PT depends on how well/precisely you can do the positions and rotates of the maneuvers and on their rhythm and duration. The maneuvers without stops (as seen on the video; last about 13 seconds each) are obviously the most suitable for persons with few or minor symptoms.  Persons with a little worse or more symptoms may need a little slower maneuvers for one or more canals.

It may be worthwhile to try a slower rhythm temporarily, when the sense of balanced is more disturbed and therefore, it may launch more calcium stones into the canals: during an exceptionally strong physical or mental strain, pregnancy, in the phases of rapid growth of height, aging, late autumn and winter, days around the full and dark Moon and strong solar winds with magnetic storms. See spaceweather.com

The experiences from PT during the last few years have shown the evident fact that the combinations of many difficult symptoms are due to some structural deviation (e.g. narrowness or even blocks) in the sense of balance. That's why slower rhythms, different angles in the bends and even stops in PT may be needed. Thus, for example, one canal in the sense of balance can be treated with the relatively fast, unbroken maneuver, another (canal) may require a slower but unbroken maneuver, and a third canal may need a more complicated version with one or more stops.

The following chapter 13 The order of the maneuvers of PT