Our nervous systems are key in maintaining overall health and well-being. coMra laser therapy provides significant support for the neuroendocrine system which is vital for our physical, emotional and mental health. In this post we look at Universal Treatments 5 and 7 which provide systemic support for this system.

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The coMra Universal Treatments were created to increase systemic functional reserves and raise the overall state of well-being, thus enabling the body to handle the energetic demands of a particular health challenge. coMra therapy combines low-level laser therapy with the healing radiances of colour, magnetism and ultrasound to treat pain and many other conditions. Read our coMra 101 blog and How it Works: coMra therapy blog for more on how it works. If you missed the first post in our series on the Universal Treatments, read it here.

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THE STRESS FACTOROur modern lifestyles are often overwhelming and highly stress-inducing. The results of continual stress on the body can lead to a variety of physiological, emotional and psychological conditions, such as depression, anxiety, weight gain, high blood pressure and a variety of other issues. Universal Treatments 5 and 7 have been designed to support the nervous system and other key areas to counter the damaging effects of stress and to support the re-balancing and healing of compromised systems.


This treatment supports your body in dealing with high levels of cortisol and adrenaline that result from continuous emotional stress. It is very helpful for depression, anxiety and emotional instability as well as for lethargy and insomnia. It is also very effective if you have a weak heart, adrenal malfunction, breathing difficulties or Cushing’s syndrome. It positively affects hormonal imbalances, such as during menopause or menstruation.
Universal 5 is a fundamental treatment which, together with Universal 3, is incorporated into many of the treatments for serious conditions in the coMra User Guide.
For more details on how to apply the treatment please refer to the User Guide.


TREATMENT 7 – NERVOUS SYSTEMThis sequence is a combination of Universal Treatment 5 and Universal Treatment 3 (Blood), done consecutively one after the other as directed in the User Guide.
This treatment will assist with nervous or neurological disorders of any kind, as well as offering support if you feel emotional exhaustion, have a weak heart or have difficulties in breathing. This coMra treatment can be done separately or as complementary to others and is used in cases of mental or emotional stress in order to support the nervous system.
For more details on how to apply the treatment please refer to the User Guide.

Many people find the Universal 3 treatment to be quite energising, so in treating insomnia, experiment between this treatment and Universal 5.

Many people have used Universal Treatments 5 and 7 in:

  • Reducing or stopping anti-depressants
  • Increasing ability to tackle difficult challenges in life
  • Relaxation after daily stress
  • Preparing grounds for working with causes of emotional and mental diseases


Holistic practitioner, Mariette Lobo, shares the case of a patient, David, who has suffered for years with severe bouts of depression and has gone through several rounds of prescription medication in an attempt to manage the condition. He decided to try coMra therapy after his partner had been experiencing major shifts herself while undergoing coMra therapy treatments. David reports1:

“Universal 5 was administered twice daily for 7 days but I noticed a difference in my general well-being and motivation after about three days. To be honest it was incredible. I have since found that I have more energy and feel I can concentrate better.

My sleep pattern has balanced out, I have been able to complete, and even enjoy, tasks that previously were beyond me. My DIY at home list is being ticked off! I feel more self-assured and have the confidence to carry out these tasks – to my relief and satisfaction. I feel less dejected and that there is, at last, some hope as the treatments can continue.”