JPH07289649A - Stimulant signal generation device for ocular nerve - Google Patents

Stimulant signal generation device for ocular nerve

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JPH07289649A
JPH07289649A JP10615794A JP10615794A JPH07289649A JP H07289649 A JPH07289649 A JP H07289649A JP 10615794 A JP10615794 A JP 10615794A JP 10615794 A JP10615794 A JP 10615794A JP H07289649 A JPH07289649 A JP H07289649A
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和三 政木
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PURPOSE: To provide a simple and convenient device capable of effectively giving an electrical stimulus by arranging a pair of electrodes in contact with at least two at the temple and above the ocular fenestra meridian points each above the eyes, while the contact sections of the electrodes being covered with a water retaining material, and a transmitter for applying a low frequency neuro-waveform to the electrodes.
CONSTITUTION: Electrodes 2 and 3 laid at the inner side of the internal surface of a hair band 1 are mounted, so as to come in contact with the meridian point of an ocular fenestra just above the eyes at a distance of 4 to 5cm from a hairline, while electrodes 4 and 5 laid on the internal surface of the band 1 at both ends thereof are mounted, so as to come in contact with the temples. Muscle for eye lenses are stimulated by applying signal voltage to the electrodes 2 and 3, and 4 and 5. The hair band 1 is made of an elastic material such as a metal plate or synthetic resin, and mounted on the head by use of the elasticity of the material. Also, a transmitter body 9 houses a blocking transmission circuit for oscillating a neural wave, the first multi-vibrator and the second multi-vibrator, and is connected to the electrodes 2 and 3, and 4 and 5 via a cord 10.
COPYRIGHT: (C)1995,JPO

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【発明の詳細な説明】 DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION

【0001】 [0001]

【産業上の利用分野】本発明は、眼神経の刺激信号発生装置に関するものであり、詳細には、少なくともこめかみと眼の上の目窓のツボの2カ所に当接され且つ当接部が保水性材料で覆われた一組の電極と、その一組の電極に神経波形の低周波を印加する発振器を含んでなる眼神経の刺激信号発生装置に関するものである。 BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION This invention relates to a stimulation signal generator of optic nerve, in particular, and the contact portion in contact with the two positions of the pot for at least temple and eye window on the eye and a pair of electrodes covered with water-holding material, to a stimulus signal generator of optic nerve comprising an oscillator for applying a low-frequency nerve waveform to a set of electrodes that.

【0002】 [0002]

【従来の技術】近視、遠視及び老眼は、毛髪の生え際から4乃至5cm上にある「目窓」というツボを刺激することによって改善されることが知られている。 BACKGROUND ART myopia, hyperopia and presbyopia are known to be improved by stimulating acupoints of "Memado" on the 4 to 5cm on the hairline of the hair. 一方、コメカミに周波数44ヘルツの電気刺激を与えると青色盲が、また、70ヘルツの電気刺激を与えると赤色盲が治ることは、日本低周波治療学会の発表によって周知のことである。 On the other hand, the blue color-blind and provide electrical stimulation of frequency 44 Hz to the temple is, also, is that the cure is red color blindness and provide electrical stimulation of 70 Hz, is well known by the announcement of Japan's low-frequency therapy Society. しかしながら、色盲を治療しつつ同時に近視、遠視及び老眼を低い周波数の神経波で改善する方法は知られていなかった。 However, the method of improving simultaneously myopia while treating color-blind, hyperopia and presbyopia in the nervous wave of lower frequency has not been known.

【0003】 [0003]

【発明が解決しようとする課題】本発明は、斯かる電気刺激を効率的に行うことのできる簡便な装置を提供することを目的とする。 [0008] The present invention aims at providing a simple apparatus capable of performing such electrical stimulation effectively.

【0004】 [0004]

【課題を解決するための手段】本発明者が鋭意研究したところ、両こめかみと眼の上の目窓のツボの2カ所に当接され且つ当接部が保水性材料で覆われた一組の電極と、その一組の電極に神経波形の低周波を印加する発振器を含んでなる眼神経の刺激信号発生装置により上記課題を解決し得ることを見いだした。 The present inventors have Means for Solving the Problems] was intensive research, a pair of and abutting portion abuts against the two places of the pot in both temple and eye windows on the eye is covered with water-holding material and the electrode was found that can solve the above problems by the stimulation signal generator of optic nerve comprising an oscillator for applying a low-frequency nerve waveform to a set of electrodes that.

【0005】本発明は、目窓のツボに3乃至10ヘルツの神経波信号を与え、近視、遠視及び老眼を治療すると同時に、コメカミにもその信号を与えて眼の筋肉を刺激し、眼のレンズ制御機能を良くするものである。 [0005] The present invention provides a neural wave signal of 3 to 10 Hz in the jar of Memado, myopia, and at the same time treating hyperopia and presbyopia, it is given the signal to stimulate muscles of the eye to temple, eye it is intended to improve the lens control function. 更に、 In addition,
本発明にあっては、これら目窓のツボとコメカミとに4 In the present invention, 4 to the jar and temple of th window
4ヘルツと70ヘルツの神経波信号とを順次与え、眼の色神経に刺激を与えて色盲も治療せんとするものである。 4 gives Hertz and successively the nerve wave signal 70 Hz, color blindness and irritate the color nerves of the eye is also intended to treat cents. 人体に一定周波数の神経波信号を連続的に与えると筋肉、神経等に疲労を起こすが、本発明は1秒間5ヘルツ程度の神経波信号を用いて眼神経と筋肉を刺激し眼のレンズ調整機能を良くし、次に44ヘルツ中心の神経波信号によって青色感光神経を刺激して青色の判別力を増加した後、更に70ヘルツ中心の神経波信号によって赤色感光神経を刺激して赤色の判別力を増加し、色神経を本来の状態に戻そうとするものである。 Muscle Given continuously nerve wave signal having a constant frequency to the human body, but causes fatigue the nerve or the like, the present invention is stimulated by the lens adjustment eye eye nerves and muscles using a neural wave signal of about 5 hertz for one second to improve the function, after increasing the blue discriminating power stimulate blue-sensitive nerve by nerve wave signals then 44 hertz center, yet the red discriminating stimulates red-sensitive nerve by nerve wave signal 70 Hz center to increase the force, it is intended to return the colors nerve to the original state. 前述のように、 As aforementioned,
同じ周波数を連続供与すれば疲労を感ずるが3種類の信号波を順次与えることによって疲労感を与えず治療効果を上げようとするものである。 Although feel fatigue when continuously donating the same frequency it is intended to increase the therapeutic effect without causing fatigue by sequentially providing the three signal waves.

【0006】以下、本発明の実施例を図面に基づいて説明する。 [0006] Hereinafter, will be explained based on an embodiment of the present invention with reference to the drawings.

【0007】図1は、頭部に本装置をヘアバンド1を介して装着した状態を示す図であって、ヘアバンド1の内側面における内側に設けた電極2、3は眼の真上で生え際から4乃至5cmの位置にある目窓のツボに当たるように、そして、ヘアバンド1の内側面における両端部に設けた電極4、5はコメカミに当たるように装着されており、これら電極2、3、電極4、5に信号電圧を与えることにより、眼のレンズ用筋肉に刺激を与えるものである。 [0007] Figure 1 is a diagram showing a state in which the device is mounted through the hairband 1 in the head, the electrodes 2 and 3 provided on the inner side of the inner surface of the hair band 1 is directly above the eye to strike the fountain eye windows in the 4 to 5cm position from the hairline and electrodes 4 and 5 provided at both end portions in the inner surface of the hair band 1 is mounted to strike the temple, the electrodes 2 and 3 , by applying a signal voltage to the electrodes 4 and 5, it is intended to stimulate the muscles ophthalmic lenses. 電極2、3には全出力電圧を与え、電極4、5はそれよりも少し低い電圧を与えるようにするとよい。 The electrodes 2 and 3 give the total output voltage, it may electrodes 4 and 5 is to provide a voltage slightly lower than that.

【0008】ヘアバンド1は、金属板或いは合成樹脂板などの弾性を有する材料で構成しており、その弾性を利用して、頭部に装着される。 [0008] hair band 1 is composed of an elastic material such as a metal plate or a synthetic resin plate, by utilizing the elasticity, it is mounted on the head. また、必要に応じて、ヘアバンド1の一部分を重ね合わせ構造などとして伸縮自在に構成し、その大きさを調整することができるようにしておくこともできる。 If necessary, telescopically constructed as such structure superimposed a portion of the hair band 1 can also be left to be able to adjust the size. 電極2、3及び電極4、5は、何れもスポンジなどの保水性材料で覆われた状態に構成されており、背面に設けた取付けボルト6によって、図6、図7に示すように、ヘアバンド1に対し脱着自在に取付けられる。 Electrodes 2 and 3 and the electrodes 4 and 5, both are configured in a state covered with water-holding material such as a sponge, by a mounting bolt 6 provided on the back, as shown in FIGS. 6 and 7, hair attached detachably to the band 1. 符号7は、調整固定金具であって、電極2、3、電極4、5などのヘアバンド1に対する固定位置を調整するためのものであり、ボルトと蝶ナットとで構成され、ヘアバンド1に設けた長孔8内にそのボルトが嵌挿しており、長孔8内の適宜位置に固定されるようになっている。 Reference numeral 7 is a adjustment fixing bracket, is intended for adjusting the fixed position relative to the electrodes 2 and 3, hairband 1, such as electrodes 4 and 5, is composed of a bolt and wing nut, a hairband 1 provided and the bolts are fitted inserted into the long hole 8, and is fixed at an appropriate position in the long hole 8. 符号9は、発振器本体であって、本発明の神経波を発振するブロッキング発振回路BV、第1マルチバイブレータMV 1 、及び第2マルチバイブレータMV 2などを内蔵しており、これらの回路はコード10 Reference numeral 9 is a oscillator body, the blocking oscillator circuit BV for oscillating a neural wave of the present invention, a first multivibrator MV 1, and the like second multivibrator MV 2 built, these circuits code 10
を介して電極2、3、電極4、5に接続されている。 Electrodes 2 and 3 through the, is connected to the electrodes 4 and 5. 図示実施例においては電極2、3及び電極4、5とが、それぞれ1組の電極を構成しているが、例えば電極2、4 Although in the illustrated embodiment the electrodes 2, 3 and electrodes 4 and 5 constitute a respective pair of electrodes, for example electrodes 2 and 4
及び電極3、5とが、それぞれ1組の電極を構成することもある。 And the electrode 3 and 5, sometimes constituting each pair of electrodes. 符号11は押えバンドであって、ヘアバンド1を頭部に対し安定的に保持するための補助バンドである。 Reference numeral 11 denotes a presser band is an auxiliary band for stably holding the hairband 1 to the head.

【0009】図2は電気回路説明図であって、ブロッキング発振回路BVはR 3 Cの時定数によって毎秒3乃至8ヘルツの発振を行っている。 [0009] Figure 2 is an electrical circuit diagram, the blocking oscillator circuit BV have done oscillation per second 3 to 8 Hz by the time constant of the R 3 C. 次に第1マルチバイブレータMV 1は第1超低周波発振器により1回/1乃至2 Then first multivibrator MV 1 represents once by the first ultra low frequency oscillator / 1 to 2
秒間の発振を行い、その出力電圧を抵抗R 1を通してブロッキング発振回路BVのトランジスタTrのベース電圧として供給するとブロッキング発振回路BVの発振周波数は44ヘルツとなる。 It performs oscillation of the second oscillation frequency of the supplied blocking oscillator BV as the base voltage of the transistor Tr of the blocking oscillator circuit BV its output voltage through the resistor R 1 becomes 44 Hz. 第2マルチバイブレータMV The second multi-vibrator MV
2は第2超低周波発振器により第1マルチバイブレータMV 1の2倍の周波数で発振し、第1マルチバイブレータMV 1の出力電圧が正電位の時のみ作動する。 2 oscillates at a second ultra-low frequency oscillator by a first frequency twice the multivibrator MV 1, the first output voltage of the multivibrator MV 1 is activated only when a positive potential. その出力波形は図4のように第1マルチバイブレータMV 1の正電位のT 1の時期をスタートしてT 2の時に第2マルチバイブレータMV 2は正電位となり、図4のように第1 Its output waveform is the second multivibrator MV 2 when to start timing of the T 1 of the first positive potential of the multivibrator MV 1 T 2 as shown in FIG. 4 becomes a positive potential, first as shown in FIG. 4
マルチバイブレータMV 1の電圧上に第2マルチバイブレータMV 2の電圧が加わり、その電圧がトランジスタTrのベースに印加されブロッキング発振回路BVの発振周波数を70ヘルツとする。 Joined by multivibrator MV 1 of the second voltage of the multivibrator MV 2 on voltage, a voltage that is 70 Hz oscillation frequency of the applied blocking oscillator BV to the base of the transistor Tr.

【0010】周波数の関係は図3に示すように第1マルチバイブレータMV 1の電圧が0の時は、ブロッキング発振回路BVの出力する発振周波数は3乃至8ヘルツであるが、第1マルチバイブレータMV 1の出力が正電位となるとブロッキング発振回路BVの発振周波数は44 [0010] When the relationship of the frequency is the first voltage of the multivibrator MV 1 3 0, the output oscillation frequency of the blocking oscillator circuit BV is 3-8 Hz, the first multivibrator MV oscillation frequency of the output of one becomes the positive potential when the blocking oscillator BV 44
ヘルツとなる。 The hertz. 第1マルチバイブレータMV 1が正電圧になって発生する同期信号によって第2マルチバイブレータMV 2が正電位となれば抵抗R 2よりトランジスタT First multivibrator MV 1 is than the resistance R 2 if the synchronizing signal generated becomes positive voltage the second multivibrator MV 2 is a positive potential the transistor T
rのベースは正電圧が印加され70ヘルツの発振周波数となる。 r base of positive voltage becomes the oscillation frequency of 70 Hz is applied. この動作を繰り返して3乃至8ヘルツ、44ヘルツ及び70ヘルツの発振出力を繰り返すことになる。 3-8 Hz Repeat this operation to repeat the oscillation output of 44 Hz and 70 Hz.
その出力を図2のブロッキング発振回路BVの出力トランスの2次コイルS 1と可変抵抗VR 1によって目窓のツボに電極2、3より与え、コメカミへはコイルS 2と可変抵抗VR 2によって電極4、5に神経波を印加する。 The output supplied from the electrodes 2 and 3 to the fountain eye window by the blocking oscillator circuit output secondary coil S 1 of the transformer and the variable resistor VR 1 of BV in Figure 2, the electrode by the coil S 2 and the variable resistor VR 2 is to temple 4 and 5 is applied to the nerve wave.

【0011】 [0011]

【発明の効果】以上説明したように、この発明は、眼の上の目窓のツボと同時にこめかみに対し3乃至10ヘルツの神経波信号を与え、近視、遠視及び老眼を治療すると供に、これら目窓のツボとコメカミに44ヘルツと7 As described in the foregoing, the present invention is to supply at the same time and pot eye windows on the eye given neural wave signal of 3-10 Hz to the temple, to treat myopia, hyperopia and presbyopia, 44 in the pot and the temple of these first window Hertz and 7
0ヘルツの神経波信号を順次与え、眼の色神経を刺激することにより、色盲も治療せんとするものである。 0 given neural wave signal of hertz sequentially by stimulating color nerves of the eye, in which color blindness also be treated cents. 本発明の眼神経の刺激信号発生装置の発生する3種類の神経波形の周波数を順次与えることにより、疲労感の軽減と治療効果の向上が期待される。 By giving the frequency of the three types of nerves waveform generated stimulus signal generating apparatus of the eye nerve of the present invention sequentially, improved mitigation and therapeutic effects of fatigue can be expected.

【図面の簡単な説明】 BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS

【図1】本装置を頭部に装着した状態を示す正面図である。 [1] The present device is a front view showing a state of mounting on the head.

【図2】本装置に用いる電気回路説明図である。 Figure 2 is an electric circuit diagram to be used in the present apparatus.

【図3】マルチバイブレータMV 1及びMV 2発振時の出力波形を示す図である。 3 is a diagram showing a multivibrator MV 1 and MV 2 oscillation mode of the output waveform.

【図4】超低周波発振回路の出力電圧を示す図である。 4 is a diagram showing an output voltage of the very low frequency oscillator.

【図5】本装置全体の斜視図である。 5 is a perspective view of the entire apparatus.

【図6】本装置に用いられる保水性材料で覆われた電極を示す側面図である。 Is a side view showing an electrode covered with a water-holding material used in FIG. 6 the apparatus.

【図7】本装置に用いられる保水性材料で覆われた電極の取り外し状態を示す側面図である。 7 is a side view showing a removal state of the covered electrode in water retention material used in the present apparatus.

【符号の説明】 DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS

1 ヘアバンド 2、3、4、5 電極 6 取付けボルト 7 調整固定金具 8 長孔 9 発振器本体 10 コード 11 押えバンド MV マルチバイブレータ BV ブロッキング発振回路 1 hairband 2,3,4,5 electrode 6 mounting bolt 7 Adjust the fixing bracket 8 slot 9 oscillator body 10 code 11 pressing band MV multivibrator BV blocking oscillator

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    【特許請求の範囲】 [The claims]
  1. 【請求項1】 使用に際して、少なくともこめかみと眼の上の目窓のツボの2カ所に当接され且つ当接部が保水性材料で覆われた一組の電極と、その一組の電極に神経波形の低周波を印加する発振器を含んでなる眼神経の刺激信号発生装置。 Upon 1. A use, at least temple and a pair of electrodes abutted and the contact portion is covered with the water-retentive material in two places eye window Vase on the eye, the pair of electrodes that stimulus signal generating apparatus of the optic nerve comprising an oscillator for applying a low-frequency nerve waveform.
  2. 【請求項2】 発振器が、眼球筋肉を刺激するための周波数3乃至8ヘルツの神経波形の低周波を発生するブロッキング発振回路と、青色を知覚する色神経を刺激するための周波数44ヘルツの神経波形の低周波を発生する第一のマルチバイブレータと、赤色を知覚する色神経を刺激するための周波数70ヘルツの神経波形の低周波を発生する第二のマルチバイブレータと、これらブロッキング発振回路乃至マルチバイブレータの出力を交互に切換えて電極に印加する切換え回路とからなる請求項1に記載の眼神経の刺激信号発生装置。 Wherein the oscillator comprises a blocking oscillator circuit for generating a low-frequency frequency 3-8 Hz nerve waveform to stimulate the eye muscles, the frequency 44 Hz to stimulate color nerves perceive a blue nerve a first multivibrator for generating a low frequency waveform, a second multivibrator for generating a low frequency of the frequency 70 Hz of the nerve waveform to stimulate color nerves perceive red, these blocking oscillator circuit or multi stimulus signal generating apparatus of the optic nerve according to claim 1 comprising a switching circuit for applying to the electrodes by switching the output of the vibrator alternately.
  3. 【請求項3】 神経波形が二相性である請求項1又は2 3. A process according to claim 1 or 2 nerves waveform is biphasic
    に記載の眼神経の刺激信号発生装置。 Stimulus signal generating apparatus of the optic nerve according to.
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