How Bioresonance Therapy Can Treat Depression

Lisa Gladman blog

Bioresonance Therapy (BRT) is an unconventional diagnostic and therapeutic method used by health professionals worldwide to treat a variety of ailments and medical conditions, including allergies, skin conditions, hormonal imbalances and more, in both animals and humans.

Originally thought to be only useful for the treatment of these primarily physical conditions, experts have found that Bioresonance Therapy has a positive cognitive effect on patients as well.

This has opened the door for using Bioresonance Therapy to treat Depression.

Treat Depression

What is Depression?

Depression, or Major Depressive Disorder, is a mental health condition characterized by a varied range of symptoms such as fatigue, lethargy, loss of appetite, weight loss or weight gain, suppressed immune response, apathy, anxiety, aches and pains, feelings of sadness or hopelessness, irritability, inability to sleep, suicidal ideation and more. It is estimated that around fifteen million adults, usually women, suffer from Depression each year.

Although the exact cause of Depression is unknown, many factors may play a part in the predisposition to or presence of the condition. These factors include, but are not limited to, genetics, history of abuse, traumatic events, substance abuse problems, and medication side effects.

There are numerous treatment options for Depression, such as medication, psychotherapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and even Bioresonance Therapy.

Bioresonance Therapy

What does Bioresonance Therapy do?

Bioresonance Therapy is a natural and non-invasive treatment method. By using a feedback machine and placing attached electrodes on the skin, health professionals can measure electromagnetic frequencies coming from the body. Bioresonance works by sending contrasting electromagnetic pulses back to certain areas of the brain. By using these magnetic pulses, Bioresonance Therapy has the capacity to painlessly and effectively diagnose and treat many medical conditions across the board.

How Bioresonance Therapy can treat Depression

Because it is non-invasive, natural and does not rely on introducing possibly harmful chemicals into the body, Bioresonance Therapy can treat Depression by counteracting electromagnetic frequencies in the brain and sending these pulses that allow for the release of neurotransmitters such as norepinephrine, dopamine, and serotonin, three chemicals which have been linked to Depression and other mental health conditions, with little to no side effects or long-term complications; a feat that modern medication-based therapies have yet to fully accomplish.

Bioresonance Therapy does not affect other forms of therapy and can be used regardless of whether or not a patient is undergoing one or more traditional treatment methods at the time of use.

Patients who have used Bioresonance Therapy for Depression and other mental health conditions, especially those who have had trouble finding relief from other widely used treatment methods, have reported having more energy and feeling relief from many of their symptoms in a very short period of time, as opposed to traditional therapies and medications. These patients have also noted that they had no serious side effects after utilizing this method.

While conventional, therapeutic medication-based therapies have been effective in treating depression in many individuals, still many more find themselves and their families frustrated and hopeless when these methods do not alleviate their symptoms, or worse yet, when they aggravate their conditions further.

Luckily, these patients have alternative options.

Michigan Chiropractic Specialists in Garden City pride themselves on their effective therapies, customer service, and patient care, so if you or a loved one is suffering from Depression, Bioresonance Therapy is a great treatment option that can provide individuals with the relief they so need and deserve.

Lisa is a professional writer who enjoys spending time outdoors with her family. She has degrees in English and Secondary Education and has been writing professionally in the medical niche for the last three years, including pieces on dentistry, health, and fitness. Her interest in the medical field began with her mother’s job as a dental nurse, and she has continued to nurture her interest in learning extensively about the diagnosis and treatment of a range of conditions.