Can Bioresonance Help With Weight Loss

Obesity and weight gain have become significant issues in the modern world, contributing to millions of people being diagnosed with preventable diseases. In the last four decades, the worldwide prevalence of obesity has increased by almost 300%. The latest statistics on obesity released by the World Health Organization revealed that more than 650 million people (worldwide statistics) have a BMI of 30 or higher, which puts them in the category of obesity. Obesity does not only affect adults, but an estimated 41 million children as well.

Weight loss is the appropriate solution to overcoming the many risks that obesity imposes on a patient, but is often seen as a significant challenge. For many people, diet and exercise alone do not provide them with the results they need to live a healthier life. Today, we want to look at how the use of Bioresonance technology might aid obese individuals in reducing excess weight and improving their overall wellbeing. 

Health Challenges Of Obesity

When an excessive amount of fat accumulates in the body, the heart and all systems in the body need to work harder. Obesity, a condition where a patient’s BMI is 30 or higher, causes people to experience numerous challenges with their health. 

Diabetes and heart disease are two of the most common conditions associated with obesity. Both of these diseases can cause significant interference with a patient’s ability to live a normal life, and can also lead to premature death. 

Obese people are also at a much higher risk of having a stroke than those at a healthier weight. Additionally, the excess weight causes blood pressure levels to increase, leads to breathing problems, and increases the risk of developing gallbladder disease. People with excessive amounts of body fat are also more likely to develop gout and osteoarthritis. 

It is also important to understand that research has also linked obesity to different types of cancers. In fact, one report claims that obesity contributes to approximately 5% of all patients diagnosed with cancer in the United Kingdom.

Cancers that have been linked to obesity include:

  • Kidney cancer
  • Liver cancer
  • Gallbladder cancer
  • Thyroid cancer
  • Pancreatic cancer
  • Bowel cancer
  • Oesophageal cancer
  • Upper stomach cancer

Furthermore, women are also at a higher risk of developing breast cancer when they are obese. Two other types of cancers that should also be noted include meningioma, a specific form of cancer that affects the brain, and a blood cancer that is known as myeloma. 

Bioresonance As An Aid In Weight Loss 

Bioresonance therapy, a technology that utilizes the body’s natural electromagnetic waves to monitor, test for malfunctions and even allows the body to start healing itself, has been suggested as a potential alternative treatment option for obesity. The technology has been proven effective in assisting with the treatment of various diseases – including some conditions that are known to cause weight gain and make weight loss more difficult.

When a patient undergoes Bioresonance therapy to help them lose weight, the Bioresonance electrodes will be placed on specific points on their ears. The patient’s electromagnetic waves will be monitored, and a special program will be used to deliver new waves to the patient’s body. Through this process, metabolism will be improved, and hormones are brought into a better balance. A detoxification process is also initiated. 

Obese patients will also be tested for stressors in their body during their session in Bioresonance therapy. Stressors may include toxins, bacteria, parasites, and other compounds. Detected stressors will be targeted with the programmed waves that are delivered back into the patient’s body – these stressors might make it more difficult for the patient to lose weight. Thus, by eliminating such stressors, weight loss may also become easier. 

While Bioresonance therapy may have potential when it comes to aiding in a patient’s weight loss program, the patient should understand that the technology will not provide them with the results they need to achieve alone. These sessions need to be combined with the right dietary modifications that ensure the patient eats healthy and removes any foods they have an intolerance to from their diet. Exercise will also play an important role in ensuring the patient succeeds in reducing their weight. 

Conclusion

Weight loss is often a difficult goal to achieve for obese individuals. Since excessive weight gain, as well as difficulty in losing weight, can both be caused by a variety of factors that do not always only include a patient’s diet and their level of physical activity, Bioresonance therapy has been suggested as an aid in this process. By implementing this technology, along with dietary modifications and an adequate workout plan, patients may experience more effective results in reaching an ideal weight that puts them at a lower risk of diseases associated with obesity. 

References

http://www.who.int/news-room/fact-sheets/detail/obesity-and-overweight

https://www.webmd.com/diet/obesity/obesity-health-risks#1

https://www.cancerresearchuk.org/about-cancer/causes-of-cancer/obesity-weight-and-cancer/how-being-overweight-causes-cancer