What is Bioresonance?
Bioresonance Therapy is based upon measurement of the changes in the flow of the energy within the body. This is done by the use of very sensitive electrodes and is completely painless.
How does Bioresonance work?
We utilise it in our everyday life though the use of TV, radio and mobile phones. The antennae built into our devices are designed to pick up only those electromagnetic oscillations which are a match to their own oscillations- thus we can listen to different radio channels by changing the receiving frequency on the dial.
Human body can be perceived as a sea of energy. This energy is made out of electromagnetic fields which in turn are created from physical oscillations.
These oscillations govern all of the processes which happen within our bodies. Each of our cells is constantly sending and receiving oscillations of a particular to itself amplitude and frequency.
Many of hospitals are using EEG devices, which are designed to measure ‘brainwaves’ in order to help in diagnosing. In the case of Bioresonance, we are using electromagnetic oscillations of the human body as well as any external factors like allergens, toxins, viruses and bacteria- everything has its own electromagnetic imprint. Bioresonance device is capable of reading and recognizing these signals, just like your radio reads the signal through its antennae.
- allergies & intolerances
- hormonal imbalances
- vitamin & mineral deficiencies
- bacteria (including borrelia-the cause of Lyme’s disease)
I provide a holistic view on functional energy evaluation of an extensive range of conditions which include:
- food intolerances
- seasonal sensitivities
- environmental toxicity (pesticides, herbicides, EMF)
- heavy metal toxicity
- skin problems
- chronic ill health
- functional energetic diagnostics of specific organs
My treatment involves an holistic approach, so rather than just targeting a single symptom, I aim to address its root cause.
Bioresonance treatment can be divided into two categories:
- regulatory: which are aimed at supporting in regeneration of specific organs, e.g. liver, kidneys, lungs
- neutralisation of toxic loads: which include aid in desensitising to harmful substances
Every illness is characterised by a change in the electromagnetic oscillations of specific organs (indicating a problem and its nature) as well as appearance of oscillations specific to the toxic load which is present (whether it’s a virus, bacteria, heavy metals, etc.).
With the help of Bioresonance, we may help to influence organs to renew themselves and, through the neutralization of harmful oscillations, we may support in initiating their:
- removal from the body, if we are dealing with toxins and heavy metals
- or body’s desensitization to them
When will you notice effects of the treatment?
Most of my clients report a noticeable difference just after their first treatment.
Depending on the case, it is possible that the improvement will be seen later on, as the body starts to detoxify and rebalance itself after a series of therapeutic sessions. This is why drinking plenty of water is of a crucial importance both before and after each treatment.
What to do before your first Bioresonance session?
In order to make the most of your first bioresonance treatment, please do not drink any alcohol for 24hrs beforehand and avoid caffeine at least on the morning of your consultation as it will alter the reading results.
Please wear cotton-rich clothing, avoiding synthetic materials as much as possible, and wear minimal jewellery as it will have to be removed before testing (if you have piercings or rings/wedding band which you are wearing 24hr/day then you will not need to remove them).
Please wear footwear and socks which are easy to remove as the testing might include use of foot plates.
But, most importantly, please drink plenty of mineral or filtered water both before and after the session.
Contraindications for Bioresonance Treatment
Bioresonance is a safe and well-tolerated method of diagnosis and treatment but it should not be used in pregnant women or people with recently fitted pacemakers, hearing aids or those who have a history of transplant surgery.