Basics of Bioresonance Therapy
Bioresonance therapy (BRT) is the technique of diagnosing and treating problems by measuring the electromagnetic oscillations of diseased organs or cells. This is possible because diseased tissues emit different vibes than healthy ones.
Proponents of BRT say it is effective in restoring the body’s ability to self-heal by complementing its energy system. An electrical device detects both healthy and unhealthy electromagnetic waves and separates them. Then, the healthy waves are amplified and returned to the patient.
Unhealthy waves are returned to the body after being inverted, canceling their negative effect.
Bioresonance is said to be especially helpful in diagnosing dermatitis (eczema), asthma, and allergies, and is a beneficial treatment for cancer and rheumatoid arthritis.
A patient’s first BRT treatment session is typically used to clear large energy blockages. Patients usually recline on a massage table and have an electrode placed under their back. The electrode sends bioresonance signals into the body to detect areas of stress, called stressors. Stressors are thought to be accumulated energy from several energy disrupting causes.
There is no pain involved. A computer prints out the locations of stagnant energy and the large stressor areas are then treated.
Stressor origins can be physical such as x-rays, radiation, and mobile phones, or chemical such as metals, pesticides, food additives, and industrial toxins. Biological stressors are viruses, molds, bacteria, pollens, and food allergies.
Depending on the problem, bioresonance requires three to eight sessions although using this method to quit smoking is said to take one session. BRT is also used to reduce pain, reduce performance anxiety, increase concentration, reduce stress, manage weight, and balance hormones.
Many reputable physicians point out there is no scientific evidence to suggest that bioresonance is useful for diagnosis or treatment. Studies have been done that found the method to be ineffective or unreliable.
Doctors have also pointed out that BRT could not possibly help cancer patients because cancer cells have mutated and are defective. They cannot return to normal functioning or instigate healing. Whether effective or not, bioresonance produces no side-effects and can be used with children and adults.
Other names used for bioresonance therapy are BIT (bio-physical information therapy), vibrational medicine, electrodermal testing, and energy medicine. Some people use bioresonance as an adjunct to conventional treatments.