Treating Horses with Colic with Bioresonance

Horses are strong and powerful animals, but they are still prone to some health problems such as colic. Colic can be tricky to treat, and owners are left confused because they want their four-legged companion to feel better as soon as possible, without having to suffer a lot. Bioresonance poses as a viable solution for these cases. How does it work? To get the answer to this question and learn more about colic scroll down.

What is horse colic?

Equine colic is a common digestive system disorder. It is worth mentioning that the term “colic” means “abdominal pain,” but when it comes to horses, colic can involve other symptoms which will be mentioned below. Not all cases of colic are equal depending on the cause of the problem. Horses can experience colic differently. For example, one horse can have mild colic symptoms, while the other one can have severe pain and other symptoms of this condition. When left untreated colic can be dangerous and life-threatening for a horse, which is why it is crucial to treat this condition urgently. 

What causes equine colic?

It would be impossible to pinpoint a single cause that induces equine colic. In fact, there are more than 70 different types of intestinal problems that can induce symptoms of colic, but we can classify them into four groups. They are:

  • Distension – occurs either due to physical obstruction resulting from the buildup of ingesta, or fluids in the gastrointestinal tract
  • Simple obstruction – partial blockage of ingesta pathway in the digestive system by food, enteroliths, parasites, foreign body, or sand. This leads to disruption of food movements downwards and induces mild to moderate colic symptoms
  • Complete obstruction – happens due to intestinal accidents like torsion and intussusception, which lead to severe pain
  • Enteritis – inflammation of intestinal mucosa due to microbial infection such as Salmonella, Clostridia, and others

In other words, horse colic can occur due to various problems that cause pain in intestine or form some sort of obstruction. These problems could range from spasms and cramps, shut off blood supply, to non-intestinal conditions such as laminitis, bladder stones, ovarian problems, and others.

What are the symptoms of equine colic?

Symptoms of equine colic range from mild to severe. Not all horses will experience this condition in the same manner. Some of the most common symptoms of horse colic include:

  • Lack of appetite
  • Absence of normal gut noises
  • Lack of defecation 
  • Pawing at the ground 
  • Frequent need and attempts to urinate
  • Abnormally high pulse rate (more than 50 beats per minute)
  • Sweating excessively
  • Looking at the flank
  • Wanting to lie down/rolling
  • Restlessness
  • Rapid breathing
  • Depression or anxiety

The role of bioresonance in horse colic treatment

There are different treatment options for horse colic. The conventional treatment approach usually depends on the type of colic. For example, the vet may recommend analgesics such as flunixin meglumine (Banamine) to control the abdominal pain, which can be quite serious. A nasogastric tube is also utilized to decrease the amount of gas pressure in the gut. 

Just like with humans, the main problem with conventional treatment of diseases affecting horses is that they focus on masking the symptoms only. That’s why the problem keeps coming back. The role of the treatment should be to address the root cause, establish the balance in the immune system, and prevent the same scenario from happening again. That is where bioresonance steps in.

The best thing about bioresonance therapy is that it is a gentle, safe, and non-invasive treatment that can help alleviate symptoms a horse is experiencing in a natural manner entirely. Bioresonance works to fix the root causes of the colic, establish balance in the immune system and digestive tract, and prevent this common equine problem from happening again. 

The main principle of bioresonance is based on the following vibrations. Sick and healthy body have different vibrations in people and animals alike. The goal of the treatment is to “convert” these negative vibrations into positive ones to establish a much-needed equilibrium in the body. After all, imbalances cause various problems and induce all sorts of symptoms because organs and other body systems are unable to function properly. 

Horses appear to be very receptive of the whole process, and they don’t get scared, which is not what always happens with conventional treatment approaches. The whole process is painless. 

After the bioresonance treatment, the immune system in the affected horse is normalized, the digestive system function improves, and changes are noticeable. The horse starts eating properly and gains weight it lost due to equine colic.

Conclusion

Bioresonance is not just effective for people, and it works great on animals as well. In fact, bioresonance is safe, gentle, non-invasive, and an incredibly successful treatment option for horses with colics. After treatment, horses feel no pain, eat better, and restore healthy weight.

References 

https://ijarbs.com/pdfcopy/may2018/ijarbs19.pdf

https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/equine/common-conditions/colic/what-is-colic/

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