Humans are not the only ones who get flu, and horses can have the same problem. Equine influenza can become serious, which is why it is crucial to treat it properly. How is equine influenza treated? Why is bioresonance the best option for horse owners? Read on to get answers to these questions.
What is equine influenza?
Equine influenza or equine flu is defined as a highly contagious viral pathogen that causes respiratory disease and is considered endemic in North America and Europe. The disease has been around for centuries. Back in time, the economy suffered when outbreaks occurred due to the fact that horses were the main draft animals. Even today, equine influenza can have a severe impact on the horse industry. Equine flu is spread by contact with infected animals which excrete the virus when coughing.
Horses can begin to excrete the virus as they develop fever, before showing clinical signs which will be listed below. Like other viruses, horses can develop equine influenza through the mechanical transmission of the virus on equipment, clothing, brushes, and other things carried by people who work with horses. If you come into contact with an infected horse, you can transmit their virus to some other horse.
What causes equine influenza?
Horse flu is caused by strains of influenza A that are enzootic or endemic in horse species. Main subtypes of influenza A that cause horse flu are H7N7 and H3N8. All flu viruses are airborne spreading from horse to horse in a manner described above. Some infected horses may appear healthy and without any noticeable symptoms, but they can infect other horses. Equine influenza acts destructively on the cells lining the upper respiratory tract because it replicates inside these specific cells.
What are the symptoms of equine influenza?
The incubation period for equine flu is usually 48 hours, and horse can remain infectious for about a week after the clinical signs occur. The main signs and symptoms of horse flu include:
- Abnormally high body temperature
- Nasal discharge usually clear in color
- Dry deep cough
- Enlarged lymph nodes (occasionally)
- Muscle pain and reluctance to move (occasionally)
- Loss of appetite
In many cases, cough persists for a while, even when other symptoms go away. It can take up to six months for horses to fully recover after horse flu and regain their full ability. If animals aren’t rested properly or if treatment is inadequate, then their “downtime” is prolonged.
How can bioresonance help treat horse flu?
Generally speaking, treatment of horse flu treatment revolves around supportive care as there is no conventional treatment to kill the virus itself. It is incredibly important for a horse to get some rest so his (or her) tissues can fully heal. Many horses do not fully recover due to the fact that standard treatment approaches are not really adequate; they just take care of symptoms while the root cause is basically ignored. That way, the risk of the same problem persists.
Bioresonance proves to be an effective treatment method for viruses affecting humans and animals. How? Every cell in the body, including pathogens such as viruses, has its electromagnetic frequencies. Body, whether it’s the human or animal-like horse, functions only thanks to proper communication between healthy cells. But, when the virus enters the body (in this case, influenza A), the normal communication between cells is disrupted, and problems occur. That explains why a horse experiences various symptoms that could be quite dangerous later on.
The role of bioresonance is to detect the disrupted electromagnetic signals and kind of set them apart from healthy cells. Bioresonance also works when a vet is unable to confirm the diagnosis because various infections display similar symptoms. This non-invasive tool works easily to spot what is wrong with the horse and acts on these negative electromagnetic frequencies to help the animal recover. The animal recovers because their immune system is able to function more effectively to defend itself. Bioresonance device modifies frequencies that infected cells emit. Signals rejected the pathogen of the affected cells, and the viral activity may be obstructed.
What’s more, bioresonance can serve to prevent this problem. Pathogenic frequencies can be introduced to the organism in order to trigger the immune system to recognize the virus immediately.
We tend to associate flu with humans only, but animals like horses can have it too. Horse flu is a serious problem, but standard treatment is inadequate as it only works to alleviate symptoms. Bioresonance goes deeper than that. It alters communication between cells and helps the horse’s immune system defend against pathogens in a more effective manner. This easy, non-invasive, and pain-free method can also prevent future infections and help improve the horse’s quality of life, mobility, and strength.