The Role Of Bioresonance On The Health Complications Of Smoking

Smoking is the major cause of lung cancer, as well as other cancers, throughout the world. Even though most commonly associated with cancer, this harmful habit can also cause a person to suffer many other health complications that can also put their lives in danger. Approximately 19% of adults in the United Kingdom are current smokers. In the United States, the CDC estimates that smoking causes at least 20% of all deaths. Approximately 20.9% of the U.S. adult population are current smokers. Awareness campaigns for the dangers of smoking are found throughout the world, yet the prevalence of smokers still seems to be increasing.

Smoking cessation becomes an essential part in the management of complications caused by the habit. Even when smoking is given up, however, it can still be difficult for a patient to regain their health. While a patient’s risk of having a heart attack starts to drop within just 24 hours after they quit smoking, but it takes as much as 15 years for the body to truly heal from the damage that smoking has caused. 

Let’s consider how Bioresonance technology can be helpful in smoking cessation, as well as in the management of complications that might have been caused by smoking. 

The Damaging Effects Of Smoking

Smoking does far more damage in the body than just contribute to the development of cancer in the lungs and mouth. It is important for smokers to understand what smoking really does to their body, which will help them realize just how beneficial smoking cessation would be for their health and their future. 

In addition to being a major contributor to cancers, smoking also has the following adverse effects in the body:

  • Causes blood to become thicker, increases blood pressure, and narrows the arteries.
  • Doubles the risk of heart attacks and damages the arteries that send blood to the brain, leading to the development of the cerebrovascular disease.
  • Reduced oxygen supply to the skin and, in turn, causes premature aging to develop.
  • Leads to stained teeth, as well as bad breath, and significantly increases the risk of developing gum disease.
  • Damage blood vessels that supply the penis with blood during an erection, increasing the risk of erectile dysfunction among men.

Study On Bioresonance And Smoking Cessation

A 2014 study by the University of Istanbul in Turkey tested the effects of Bioresonance technology on smoking cessation. A total of 190 smokers were involved in the study, divided into two groups – one group were treated with a Bioresonance device, while the other group was given a placebo treatment. 

By the end of the first week, 77.2% of the smokers in the Bioresonance group had given up smoking, compared to 54.8% in the placebo group. After 12 months, 28.6% of smokers who were treated with a Bioresonance device had completely given up smoking, compared to only 16.1% of the smokers who were in the placebo group. 

In addition to proving Bioresonance as an effective option for smoking cessation, the study also revealed that individuals who were treated with this device did not experience withdrawal symptoms or any side-effects from the treatment itself. 

Bioresonance In The Management Of Smoking Complications

While Bioresonance therapy has been proven to be an effective tool in assisting smokers in the cessation of their habit, as well as in reducing the risk of experience adverse effects, there is one concern that still exists. Smoking causes significant damage to the body. After smoking has been given up, a patient’s body needs to heal – and this can take a considerable amount of time. Some of the individuals who give up smoking may already be suffering from health complications caused by this habit as well.

Fortunately, this is another area where Bioresonance technology is proven to be useful. These devices can be used to identify existing damage in the patient’s body by reading the electromagnetic waves emitted by every single cell in their body. When these waves are monitored, the device can identify dysfunctions within the body and, in turn, restore these malfunctions in cellular vibrations by sending recalibrated waves back into the patient’s body. In turn, this will help the body start to heal faster and possibly reduce the complications the patient may have developed during the years they have been smoking. 

Conclusion

Smoking is known to cause cancer, heart disease, strokes, heart attacks, and many other health-related complications in the human body. Unfortunately, those who do smoke often find it hard to give up the habit, as withdrawal symptoms can make it difficult. The use of Bioresonance devices has been proven effective in smoking cessation, as well as in eliminating the withdrawal symptoms that people tend to experience. Additionally, Bioresonance technology also poses as an effective option for identifying and targeting existing damage that smoking has caused a patient to suffer. 

References

https://www.cancerresearchuk.org/health-professional/cancer-statistics/risk/tobacco

https://www.cdc.gov/tobacco/data_statistics/fact_sheets/adult_data/cig_smoking/index.htm

https://www.webmd.com/smoking-cessation/what-happens-body-quit-smoking#1

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