The bioresonance method has been used in the world for many years in both human and veterinary medicine. Bioresonance treatments encourage the body to self-heal by helping classical medical methods in treating diseases without harmful side effects (1). The key to success is identifying the cause of the problem as well as treating it with carefully selected bioresonance treatments. Bioresonance does not affect other forms of treatment and at the same time strengthens normal physiological functions and plays a significant role in preventive medicine and veterinary medicine (1).
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BICOM analysis includes complete testing of the functional state of a human or animal organism. Possible loads are tested (bacteria, parasites, fungi, viruses, heavy metals). An allergy test and a food intolerance test are performed. BICOM analysis can detect dysfunction of the organism long before the first symptoms appear. After the BICOM test and the allergy test, we have the initial values of the state of the organism and then we start with the bioresonance treatments and cleansing of the detected loads and allergens.
The treatment is individual and depends on the detected harmful effects and the functional state of the organism. During treatment with the BICOM device, electrodes are placed on a client sitting or lying in a relaxed position. The treatment usually lasts between 30 and 60 minutes depending on the analysis. The treatment is completely painless, and the goal of the treatment is to reduce the factors that cause certain problems and thus encourage healthy communication between cells in the body. The number of treatments is individual and depends on a number of factors and is ideally performed every 7-14 days.
3. WHAT AFTER BICOM TREATMENT?
After the BICOM treatment, it is necessary to drink more water and adjust the diet following the therapist’s recommendations. It is important to avoid sugary foods because excessive sugar intake harms intestinal bacteria and is also the cause of many bowel-related diseases (2). Stimulants (coffee, alcohol, smoking, drugs) should also be avoided because they burden the body and slow down recovery.
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