In today’s article, we get to talk about one quite common skin disease known under the term of Psoriasis. Psoriasis is a chronic skin disease which means that it cannot be cured, but instead, the patient goes through periods of his/her life where symptoms come and go without a certain pattern. Luckily, there are quite a few effective treatment methods for Psoriasis that create an opportunity for you, as a patient, to control your disease better.
Apart from the modern and traditional medicine, there is one quite effective treatment method that you would want to know about. We are talking about the use of Bioresonance to treat various different health issues, among which is Psoriasis as well. Are you interested to find out more about it? We sure hope that you are!
Some basic facts about Psoriasis
- Psoriasis is a chronic disease – the symptoms come and go throughout the life of the patient
- Psoriasis speeds up the life circle of the skin cells, causing cells to gather upon the surface on the skin, creating red patches which are itchy and commonly quite painful
- It is unknown what is causing Psoriasis to develop
- There are certain trigger factors that cause the symptoms to develop including cold weather, sunlight, warm weather, stress, infections, etc.
- There are different types of Psoriasis, including pustular, inverse, guttate and many others
- Currently, there is no definite treatment for Psoriasis
- There are treatment methods that help control the symptoms
What do you need to know about Bioresonance?
Bioresonance therapy also goes by the term BICOM® therapy, and it is considered to be one of the best alternative medicine approaches so far. It was back in Germany where the Bioresonance therapy was first developed. In the years that followed, Bioresonance therapy is still mainly practiced in Germany; however, the number of countries in the United States of America which accept this approach is ever-growing. When we are talking about Bioresonance therapy, we are actually talking about one of the best non-invasive therapies out there which are yet another great side of this popular treatment method. As you may know, non-invasive means that during this therapy, no needles or any other invasive methods are being used to apply the concepts of the therapy. Bioresonance therapy is quite the popular treatment method when it comes to the treatment of various gastrointestinal problems, nicotine addiction, ADHD, Rheumatoid arthritis, frozen shoulder and so many of the common health issues of today.
When we are talking about Bioresonance therapy, we are talking about one of the best restorative therapies out there. What you are about to experience with the Bioresonance therapy is your abnormal body frequencies being measured and later converted back to the normal, expected frequencies. You see, our bodies emit certain frequencies when we are at our finest moment of health. Those are the normal frequencies which if you compare with the ones that are emitted by every single unhealthy body organ, you will discover a certain difference in the numbers. With the use of Bioresonance therapy, that difference is eliminated, and the normal body frequencies are restored, eliminating every sign and symptom of the disease or disorder that you have been dealing with.
How is Bioresonance therapy being used to treat Psoriasis?
What Bioresonance therapy will do for a Psoriasis patient is restore the body frequencies to their normal levels, detoxify all areas of the body and with that reduce the speed of the life cycle of the skin cells, so that the red, itchy, painful skin patches would heal better and faster. You need to understand that every single skin cell that is taking part in the formation of those red, itchy skin patches emits abnormal frequencies – ones that need to be restored back to normal if we ever want to eliminate those painful skin patches and see the last of them for at least a couple of months. However, according to a study report published by Dr. Medved from the Institut fur Regulative Medizin, when it comes to Psoriasis, using Bioresonance therapy alone is not enough. Instead, he advises his readers to combine the beneficial effects of the Bioresonance therapy with perhaps hydrotherapy or other types of physical therapy to enhance the effects of the treatment itself. But, you have to remember that this does not exclude the beneficial effects of the Bioresonance therapy in any way, it only proves how important body frequencies are and how big of an effort we must make in order to maintain these frequencies at a normal level.
If we have learned something today, that is surely the fact that when it comes to Bioresonance therapy, there are only a few obstacles left to conquer. Psoriasis is yet another common health issue that we can add to the ever-growing list of health diseases and disorders that can be easily treated and controlled with the use of the best restorative therapy – Bioresonance. The question now is – are you willing to try it and gain all of the beneficial effects that it promises you?