We are looking for like-minded people to join the Lasota Energy team. The Lasota Energy bracelet have for years helped people in Denmark and we would like to take the next step and show the world how this bracelet can be life changing. Please view the video below so you can see some of all the benefits. You can read more about it here https://lasotaenergy.com or if you have any questions and would like to help us help others by becoming a dealer, then please send an email to email@example.com If you know anyone who would be interested in this, please share :-)
The hypothalamus is small area located at the base of the brain, weighing around 3 grams, which controls the nervous system. If this area is out of balance, many key processes of the body do not function properly and this includes the vestibulocochlear nerve which is responsible for both hearing and balance. The hypothalamus links the nervous system to the endocrine system via the pituitary gland. Both produce a range of hormones which influence homeostasis. An under- or overproduction of hormones influence how well our organs, like the adrenal gland or liver, work. It’s a well-known fact that negative ions can regulate how everything works together. By using negative ions to regulate the hypothalamus, the body can be supported to improve the transmission of signals through the nervous system and bring back balance which, in turn, can improve our sense of hearing, smell, taste, our vision etc. The Lasota Energy wristband has the ability to stabilise the hypothalamus as it contains negative ions, holograms, Geranium, FIR (Far Infrared Radiation) and magnets.
Menopause, also known as the climacteric, is the time in most women's lives when menstrual periods stop permanently, and they are no longer able to bear children. A woman is born with a finite number of eggs, which are stored in the ovaries. The ovaries also make the hormones oestrogen and progesterone, which control menstruation and ovulation. Menopause happens when the ovaries no longer release an egg every month and menstruation stops. Usually this change occurs when the woman is between 45 – 55 years of age but it can happen earlier. Menopause that happens before the age of 40 is called premature menopause. The reasons behind premature menopause can be many but common causes are hysterectomy, endometriosis, chemotherapy or hormonal imbalances. When women go through the menopause, their menstrual cycle become very irregular but the actual experience of the women going through it vary greatly. Some have very heavy periods whilst others go through many months without having any periods at all. In the end, menstruation stops all together which is strangely enough what you call the menopause despite the fact that it’s not a pause but the end of periods. Some women who suffer greatly during the menopause undergo a hysterectomy (surgical removal of the uterus) but this has turned out to be an ineffective solution as the cause of menopause is linked to the endocrine system, i.e. the ovaries do no longer secrete enough oestrogen to control basic functions such as the regulation of body temperature. This can lead to the woman experiencing hot flashes. Some only have a few whilst others must endure about a hundred hot flashes every single day which, understandably, is an awful experience. Luckily for most, the hot flashes only last until the menopause has stabilised but an unlucky few (about 5%) unfortunately continue to suffer from this issue for the rest of their lives. During the menopause, the production of oestrogen eventually ceases completely and this can lead to a range of additional issues such as vaginal dryness which can cause a reduction in the woman’s libido (sex drive). Not only because she may lose interest in sex but also because the menopause can affect vaginal lubrication which makes sex painful or uncomfortable. Other physical problems that are caused by menopause include the reduction in bone mass, which can lead to osteoporosis, increased risk of heart disease or high blood pressure (especially if the woman smokes) and atherosclerosis. The traditional medical treatment of menopause is to offer the woman HRT (hormone replacement therapy) which is the use of oestrogen in women without a uterus and oestrogen plus progestin in women who have an intact uterus. HRT has proven effective in reducing hot flashes but there are also known side effects to this approach. The Lasota Energy wristband is not a cure for menopause and it cannot stop the ovaries ceasing the production of oestrogen. However, we have had a great deal of feedback from women going through menopause telling us how they have benefitted. The best explanation is that the negative ions in the wristband work to balance the hypothalamus, thalamus and the pituitary gland and promote homeostasis. The pituitary gland is responsible for the production of follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) which stimulate the ovaries to produce oestrogen. So perhaps this is the main reason why women who wear the Lasota Energy wristband through the menopause are experiencing a positive effect. So, although the wristband unfortunately cannot stop the menopause from happening, it may be able to reduce the negative physical symptoms that women have to endure during this phase of their lives.
There are two main types of diabetes, Type 1 and Type 2. Type 2 has traditionally been associated with old age or obesity but the fact is that it’s an illness which can affect everyone including children and adults of normal weight. In Denmark, approximately 350,000 people have been diagnosed with diabetes type 2 and it’s estimated that an additional 75,000 people are currently living with the condition without actually knowing that they have it. The reason why they are unaware of the fact that they have diabetes type 2 may be that the symptoms vary from person to person. Some people just feel very tired, others are incredibly thirsty. Other individuals develop a very sensitive nervous system and get more sensitive to pain whilst others constantly feel the need to go to the toilet or suffer from slow healing wounds. There may be a number of reasons why diabetes type 2 is on the increase and is no longer just a condition suffered by old people or the obese. Some of the reasons may be explained by genetics or influenced by lifestyle or environment. Although it’s a fact that most diabetes type 2 patients have a BMI of over 30, the condition is also likely to be linked to stress, a bad environment or inactivity. In fact, there is a direct link between diabetes type 2 and the lack of exercise. Other contributing factors that makes a person more disposed to diabetes type 2 is their psychological health or the prolonged treatment of a physical illness involving the use of Adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH) as this hormone causes a rise in blood sugar. If the patient is also a smoker, the risks are further increased. To establish whether a person is suffering from diabetes type 2, the doctor will take a blood sample to check the blood sugar level. If the haemoglobin (HbA1c) is measured at above 48mmol/mol (6.5%), it’s likely to be diabetes type 2. However, several tests are likely to be done before a formal diagnosis is given. Yet the results of the blood tests can’t always be totally accurate as they are influenced by factors such as the patient suffering from low levels of iron or B12, medical conditions like haemophilia or kidney disease or alcoholism. When a person has diabetes, the carbohydrates obtained through food are broken down into glucose but instead of being absorbed by the body’s cells where they can be used for energy, the glucose remains in the bloodstream. In a healthy body, the pancreas releases insulin which binds itself to the surface of the cells and allows for glucose to enter the cell. However, when an individual has diabetes type 1, the endocrine cells known as islets of Langerhans do not work properly and do not produce the insulin necessary for controlling blood sugar levels. A patient with diabetes type 1 would die if they weren’t given insulin. In contrast, people who suffer from diabetes type 2 do have the ability to produce their own insulin but the system isn’t working effectively and the glucose isn’t absorbed by the cells or they do not produce enough insulin for everything to work as it should. There is also something known as insulin resistance. This is when the muscles or body fat start resisting insulin and when a person gets obese, the body is no longer able to produce all the insulin needed. This is why doctors tend to recommend that people diagnosed with diabetes type 2 lose weight. So what does the Lasota Energy wristband have to do with diabetes? On the face of it, nothing, as it will not be able to reverse diabetes type 1 or type 2. However, it would appear that some wearers of the wristband experience an improvement of symptoms and others are able to adjust the amount of insulin that they need to take even when following very strict medical protocols. Why? Well, it’s linked to the fact that insulin is a peptide hormone which is intrinsically linked to the production and regulation of other hormones such as TSH (thyroid stimulating hormone) ACTH (Adrenocorticotropic hormone), NYP (neuropeptide Y receptor), Alfa-MSH (alfa melanocyte stimulating hormone) and others. The negative ions in the wristband are designed to regulate the body’s endocrine system and obtain homeostasis (balance). If the body is out of balance, the wristband will attempt to make adjustments and influence the natural processes. As this is all happening in a natural way, there are no risks associated with using the wristband. The body will function optimally when the endocrine system is balanced and the Lasota Energy wristband can play an active part in making it happen. This is why wearers of the wristband with a diabetes diagnosis can experience an improvement in symptoms in terms of their blood sugar levels. However, it’s important that patients with diabetes type 1 or 2 continue to follow medical advice and do not change their treatment plan as the wristband is unable to reverse the condition. Lasota Energy
A customer of Lasota Energy who really liked the wristband, asked us what we were doing to protect our product in terms of patents or similar to prevent other manufacturers copying our range. We told him that we do not have any patents which left the customer perplexed as he felt that we failed to protect a unique and fantastic invention. The history of Lasota Energy is that this company has been built from scratch by Jan Lasota who is one of Denmark’s best trained and well-respected therapists. It has taken him over 20 years to ‘break the code’ that enables the production of an effective product. A patent is only valid in, for example, Denmark or within the EU or across the world. Many of these patents are extremely expensive and unfortunately, they often aren’t really worth the paper that they are written on as a lot of countries simply do not respect a patent. Also, it’s worth noting that to obtain a patent, you have to disclose every little detail of how the product is made. Just look at the difficulties that big companies like Louis Vuitton are having with fake designer goods from Asia which are pretty much identical to the original product or fake Rolex watches coming from Japan. Another issue for Lasota Energy is that the manufacturing of the wristband takes place in China in a city called Guangzhou known for being the world’s leading place for manufacturing companies specializing in electromagnetism and similar technologies. Apple as well as Samsung and Garmin conduct their manufacturing activities in this city. The strategy behind the manufacturing of Lasota Energy products is to use no less than 10 different factories in Guangzhou which each make parts for the wristbands and then the final product is assembled in our own plant. This is how we make it extremely difficult for anyone to make a copy. Of course, the look and appearance can be copied but not the science that makes the wristband work effectively as this cannot be done without accessing all the knowledge that Jan Lasota has acquired over the years. There are not a lot of different parts in a Lasota wristband but the manufacturing is a complicated process. This is the reason why the Lasota Energy silicone wristband costs $39.95 whilst the Lasota Pet Energy or the Horse Power bands are $59.95 DKK. It simply takes longer and has to go via a lot of different departments before the final product is ready. Also, we use Tourmaline stone from places such as Brazil, Italy or Sri Lanka which has to be cleaned and crushed into powder which is then heated to 1350°C for several hours. This is how negative ions are made. Another factory makes the silicon straps and are responsible for adding the negative ions to make a negatively charged wristband which is both durable and effective. The product is then forwarded to the design team in another factory where they cut the wristbands to size, add the coloured strip and dye the product. A lot of this process is done by hand rather than by machine. Finally, the wristbands are sent to our own plant where everything is put together and packaged. So, you might think that each part is fairly cheap but it’s the fact that it takes 24 – 36 hours to create the final product and due to the process of making it that it ends up costing what it does when you see if for sale. Please be careful if you see a similar product at a considerably cheaper price. One thing is design. Another is effectiveness of the product. For Lasota Energy, effectiveness is our main focus.