Wrist Laser Therapeutic Apparatus

How do the laser treatment the high blood viscosity ?

                            Before(abnormal)                    30mins treatment later (normal)


What is the therapeutic effect?

After 30 minutes treatment:

We can see the blood red cells activated,it single and back to normal


After about 30 days treatment:

Headache , dizziness , chest tightness , shortness of breath , palpitations , drowsiness , insomnia , numbness , memory loss and other symptoms change or disappear.


After about 3 months treatment:

User tests changes in blood flow , blood tests , blood viscosity , cholesterol , triglyceride , low density lipoprotein , or other indicators fall back to normal



The COZING-WS11C how to reduce Hyperlipidemia naturally ?


Through the irradiation of low-intensity laser generated by COZING-WS11C , it can convert optical energy into biological internal energy to

 regulate environment of the body, reduce blood viscosity, enhance the deformability of erythrocyte and oxygen carrying capacity, improving

 micro-circulation, activate of various enzymes, and stimulate the adrenal cortex function, so that the glucocorticoids is increased, it makes 

a reduction of synthesis of cholesterol lipoprotein in the liver, accelerating the dissolution of triglyceride, to speed up the decomposition 

of lipoproteins. Which is the process of reducing blood-fat by COZING-WS11C laser therapy therapeutic apparatus.



What is hyperlipidemia?

  • Hyperlipidemia is a medical term for abnormally high levels of fats (lipids) in the blood. The two major types of lipids found in the blood are triglycerides and cholesterol.

  • Triglycerides are made when your body stores the extra calories it doesn’t need for energy. They also come directly from your diet in foods such as red meat and whole-fat dairy. A diet high in refined sugar, fructose, and alcohol raises triglycerides.

  • Cholesterol is produced naturally in your liver because every cell in your body uses it. Similar to triglycerides, cholesterol is also found in fatty foods like eggs, red meat, and cheese.

  • Cholesterol is a fatty substance that travels through your bloodstream on proteins called lipoproteins. When you have too much cholesterol in your blood, it can build up on the walls of your blood vessels and form plaque. Over time, plaque deposits grow larger and begin to clog up your arteries, which can lead to heart disease, heart attack, and stroke.


What are the symptoms of hyperlipidemia?


Most people with hyperlipidemia can't tell that they have it at first. It's not something you can feel, but you'll notice the effects of it someday.

Cholesterol, along with triglycerides and other fats, can build up inside your arteries. This makes the blood vessels narrower and makes it more difficult

 for blood to get through. Your blood pressure could go up.

The buildup can also cause a blood clot to form. If a blood clot breaks off and travels to your heart, it causes a heart attack. If it goes to your brain, it can cause a stroke.