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Is It Possible to Treat a Hyperactive Child with the Use of Bioresonance?

According to the American Psychiatric Association, 5% of all American children have been diagnosed with ADHD – attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, a mental disorder which most commonly affects children. Among most symptoms, the hyperactivity of these children, which is one of the most common symptoms, although not all children with ADHD are hyperactive, seems to be one of the most troublesome symptoms of all. 

This is what brought us here today. Most parents and teachers are trying to deal with their hyperactive children in the best ways possible, and yet, they are left with little to no improvement in the symptoms, especially when it comes to their children’s hyperactivity. Looking through the research done on the topic of Bioresonance, an interesting holistic approach to medicine, we have found some interesting findings that suggest an improvement in the symptoms of ADHD with the use of Bioresonance. So, if you are interested to find out more about this promising treatment, please do follow us in what we have to share with you! 

What do you need to know about hyperactivity in children?

Hyperactivity is, unfortunately, quite common in children. We say unfortunately because as it is believed, hyperactivity is most commonly caused by ADHD – the attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, a common mental disorder in children. A hyperactive child is usually thought to misbehave until diagnosed, being unable to sit and stand calmly even when told to, to talk constantly and even interrupt the others around him/her, bumping into things and so on. 

Children with ADHD are also unable to focus and pay attention, in addition to being impulsive and hyperactive. There are a lot of other symptoms as well that can be present. So far, Adderall and Ritalin, among many other medication options, have been the two most commonly used ones. In addition to the medicaments, other treatment options are included as well. 

What is Bioresonance therapy?

Bioresonance therapy, also known as Bicom therapy, is considered to be one of the best holistic approaches in medicine right now. Developed and mainly practiced in Germany, the Bioresonance therapy promises to help you with common medical issues such as nicotine addiction, gastrointestinal problems, frozen shoulder and even with one of the most common types of Arthritis – Rheumatoid arthritis. There have been a few published studies on the topic of Bioresonance and its ability to act as one of the best restorative therapies. What Bioresonance does is by using electrodes which are attached to your skin, it measures and later restores the abnormal frequencies which are emitted by every single cell in your body. It only takes a few sessions for your previously distorted frequencies, which have been causing you pain and suffering, to get back to normal and for you to feel healthy once again! 

Is Bioresonance safe?

The available studies told nothing about present side-effects and possible risks when it came to using Bioresonance therapy to treat the common medical issues that we have shared previously. The studies made us believe that Bioresonance is, truly, a safe, non-invasive, painless therapy option that offers a chance to get better all on your own, using the healing power of your body without the need to use any medications or undergo surgical intervention. 

Can you treat hyperactivity with the use of Bioresonance?

In research published by Dr. Karl Hermes in 2002, he explains his experiences with using Bioresonance to treat hyperactivity in children. Dr. Hermes explains that he got the idea of combining the use of Bioresonance and Ritalin as a sole treatment plan for hyperactivity as he read the available research at the time on the topic of Bioresonance. He was fascinated by how quickly and easily Bioresonance was able to solve numerous medical issues that were considered troublesome by most patients and doctors. 

In his research, Dr. Hermes explains how he considered that certain vital substances are deficient and others are too disturbing that lead to the development of the symptoms of hyperactivity in children. He later designed a test to determine which are these substances exactly. After finishing the test on each and every patient, he used the combination of Bioresonance and Ritalin to achieve the great results after only 6 to 7 sessions. It seems that Bioresonance is able by restoring the frequencies in hyperactive children to restore their ability to stand and sit still. He treated 109 patients exactly of which 100 patients experienced an improvement in their symptoms in the matter of 6 to 7 sessions altogether. Since then no further research on the topic has been done, but that does not seem to stop Bioresonance practitioners to continue to apply the principles of Bioresonance to help their patients! 

Conclusion

Living with ADHD is not an easy thing to do. The symptoms are harsh, and they put a lot of pressure on both the patient and the parent, thinking how most patients with ADHD are children. These symptoms seem to get better with the right use of various treatments, focusing on the use of medications especially Ritalin. 

Now, the use of Ritalin has been combined with something even more promising – the use of Bioresonance therapy, the best holistic approach in medicine right now. And Dr. Hermes from Duisburg, Germany has had his fair share of patients who he has treated with the use of Bioresonance therapy exactly. It seems that Bioresonance therapy cannot only treat nicotine addiction and gastrointestinal problems, it can also help with problems with hyperactivity in children as well. Although more research needs to be done on this topic, nothing changes the fact that what we are talking about here is a safe, non-invasive treatment plan that needs to be used more often in the years to come. Dr. Hermes might be the first one to think of using Bioresonance therapy to treat hyperactivity in children, but he sure is not the only one!

References

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4768532/

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4284308/

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25231565

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12511993

https://bioresonance.com/wp-content/uploads/securepdfs/2016/04/fidgety-child-bioresonance.pdf