Our bodies rely on the energetic flow of our cells which can transmit and absorb energy. Disruption of this process can cause an imbalance which can further lead to fatigue or even illness. Similar to how we are inspired by musical rhythms and the way in which it can uplift us, bioresonance therapy aims to restore our energy patterns to a healthy balance. This is achieved through the use of technologies which use water, light, electromagnetic fields and vibration.
Bioresonance devices work to identify if the energetic flow of the cells in our body have altered. Frequencies which are found to be imbalanced are ‘retuned’ to their original frequencies. In a typical non-invasive session of bioresonance therapy, electrodes are used on the client to send electrical pulses through the body to relieve their body of toxins. The treatment is recorded electronically and may require several sessions to regulate the client’s energy balance. No side effects have been recorded.
Vibration used for Bioresonance Therapy
The energy patterns of our cells can also be regulated through the use of vibration in the form of musical instruments or tuning forks for example. Professional opinion upon the successfulness of bioresonance therapy to treat depression is divided. However, its success can often depend upon the practitioner’s knowledge and experience with different bioresonance devices and techniques. A more recent treatment called transcranial magnetic stimulation has been developed for people with depression which targets parts of the brain with healing signals using pulsed magnets.