What is bioresonance
How does bioresonance work?
If you entered a room containing a piano and struck a tuning fork in there, the corresponding string in the piano would begin to resonate with it. Similarly, if you had 2 identical tuning forks and struck one, then positioned it near the other, that too would begin to resonate at the same frequency. However if the tuning forks were of a different size to each other then striking one, would have no effect on the other.
That specialist would strike a tuning fork into the workings of the piano. The string it touches would begin to resonate, and a frequency would be emitted. Your bioresonance practitioner is not going to stick a tuning fork in you, of course, but the process of finding and creating frequencies is exactly the same. During a bioresonance treatment, you will simply recline on a comfortable chair, holding lightweight metal bars close to your body, and enjoying the sensation of metal plates under your feet or calves.
One of the most attractive things about bioresonance as a treatment or therapy is that it is non-invasive and has no side effects. It causes no pain or discomfort, and is actually praised for being an immensely relaxing therapy. And, as we know, if you are relaxed and happy, you are more open to the positive effects of a treatment.
You will not need to get undressed during your treatment, and all you will need to do afterwards is to drink plenty of water to make sure you keep flushing your body of toxins. Simple.
How do we know its working?
As with most medical procedures, before any treatment can take place, diagnosis needs to happen first. This usually involves a 2 hour session of systematically analysing individual frequencies, of which there are thousands.