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What Is Bioresonance Therapy?


Bioresonance therapy is an alternative medicine therapy that shows promising results for various ailments. Here's what it is, and what scientists have discovered about its applications.


According to James Madison University, bioresonance therapy (magnetic resonance therapy) uses radio waves on the body to alleviate ailments. The therapy's success relies on the fact that every type of cell resonates at different frequencies, which there's evidence of within the many disciplines of medicine.

Fat cells react to different frequencies and wavelengths than surrounding tissues and skin cells, which is what makes laser liposuction possible. MIT found that cancer cells with the most metastatic potential have less friction than non-metastatic cancer cells.

Does bioresonance therapy work? Researchers found some evidence that using devices that deliver pulsating waveforms have been found to alleviate osteoarthritis. When these pulsated waveforms (at a different frequency) were used on patients with treatment-resistant depression, it significantly helped alleviate anxiety and depressive symptoms and now the treatment is widely used in clinics.

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Bioresonance therapy has also been found to effectively treat lymphedema in the arms and legs. Researchers found the therapy can alleviate the swelling from between 5 percent to 90 percent and more.

The current biggest bioresonance therapy breakthrough was made by Anthony Holland. He successfully killed MRSA bacteria and cancer cells in the pancreas, blood, and ovaries using oscillating pulsated electric fields.

Of course, bioresonance therapy isn't cheap since it's usually not covered by insurers. Typical prices are $130 for an hour of directed electromagnetic therapy. If you have to do repeat sessions, the costs can skyrocket as the hours add up.

Ask your doctor before giving bioresonance therapy a try. If you're suffering from a chronic condition that traditional therapies haven't successfully treated, it's worthwhile trying bioresonance treatment. But do keep in mind the heavy costs involved and the fact that the therapy might not work at all.