BioResonance therapy is a holistic treatment that allows individuals to gain a deep insight into their body—including what’s working, which areas require attention, and how they can improve their overall health. Through the use of a BioScan, BioResonance therapy offers an in depth look at overall health from a cellular level. A simple saliva swab and hair analysis is all it takes to complete a BioScan. In the following short article, we discuss BioResonance therapy, including its uses, benefits, and procedure.
What Is A BioScan?
A BioScan is the primary tool used in BioResonance therapy. It is an FDA approved, state of the art testing machine that scans the body’s organs and systems for imbalances and warning signs. BioScan can be used to determine how the body is functioning and what nutrients your body needs to improve its overall health. The report that you receive after your BioScan will give you key insights into what exactly is going on in your body, including areas of high stress or weakness, food and environmental sensitivities, nutritional and hormonal imbalances, and resonating toxins that are keeping your body from achieving true balance.
Uses Of BioResonance Therapy
BioResonance therapy can treat a number of health conditions, including the following:
- Stomach pain
- Smoking cessation
How Does BioResonance Therapy Work?
The information gathered from BioResonance therapy gives insight into how your body is functioning and what nutrients it may be lacking, the better we are able to apply natural principles and determine which specific remedies you would most benefit from. This information helps patients understand their own body and improve overall health. The goal of BioResonance therapy is to bring the body back into balance, remove unwanted physical stress, and help you achieve optimum health.
Research shows that BioResonance therapy can be effective at treating a variety of medical and psychological disorders.
Is BioResonance Therapy Safe?
BioResonance therapy is a safe procedure that has minimal side effects. It is a non-invasive treatment that works well for adults of any age. In the vast majority of cases, BioResonance therapy is well tolerated by patients. Some patients, however, may experience very mild side effects, including the following:
- Slight nausea
These side effects should not last for more than 24 hours and may be lessened by drinking lots of water and resting.
How Long Does BioResonance Therapy Take?
A typical BioResonance therapy session takes 60 minutes. Treatment may involve multiple sessions depending on the severity of your condition.
Who Benefits The Most From BioResonance Therapy?
While patients with a variety of conditions can benefit from BioResonance therapy, patients with stomach conditions generally see the most improvement. Whether it be stomach pain, digestive complications, or conditions related to stomach acid (such as GERD and acid reflux).
BioResonance Therapy Uses, Procedure, And Benefits: Summary
BioResonance therapy is a holistic treatment that allows individuals to gain a deep insight into their body—including what’s working, which areas require attention, and how they can improve their overall health. Through the use of a BioScan, BioResonance therapy offers an in depth look at overall health from a molecular and cellular level.
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