Bioresonance Therapy: How It Works


Bioresonance therapy (BIT), also referred to as bio-energetic therapy or electrodermal testing, is a revolutionary treatment option used to diagnose and treat various medical conditions. The non-invasive treatment detects imbalances in your body and rearranges them to restore order.

And if you want to learn more about how this revolutionary treatment option works, we’ve got detailed answers to all your BIT questions below.

What Is The Science Behind Bioresonance Therapy?

Bioresonance therapy is based on the notion that your body cells emit electromagnetic oscillations. However, the electromagnetic waves emitted by diseased cells or organs are different from those produced by healthy organs.

The use of a bioresonance device helps detect the frequency of the electromagnetic waves in your body. During the therapy, electrodes that link to a bioresonance machine are connected to your body. The device sends electromagnetic signals from your body which helps detect any imbalances in your body.

Further, bioresonance will measure the frequency of the biomagnetic waves in your body to identify the source of the imbalances. Bioresonance therapy will also correct these imbalances by canceling out the unhealthy electromagnetic signals. Besides, counter electromagnetic waves are sent to harmonize the disturbances in your body, returning your body to a healthy state in no time.

What’s The History of Bioresonance Therapy?

The science of bioresonance did not start yesterday.

Initially referred to as MORA therapy, bioresonance technology was developed in the 1970s in Germany by Dr. Franz Morell. Morell determined that the body has different harmonic frequencies, and each of these frequencies can be isolated and measured as a magnetic frequency. 

In 1977, together with Dr. Ludger Mersmann, Dr. Morell developed a machine that could separate the healthy and the unhealthy magnetic waves in a person’s body. Further research led the two to create the first bioresonance device referred to as the MORA machine.  A colleague of Morell known as Hans Brügemann later developed an automated version of the MORA device and called it BICOM.  Brügemann also coined the term bioresonance therapy to refer to the diagnosis and treatment method used by the BICOM device.

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Who Can Benefit From Bioresonance Therapy

Although BIT non-invasive and natural therapy is recommended for everyone, patients who suffer from the below conditions can particularly benefit from BIT therapy:

  • Stomach pain
  • Fatigue from overtraining
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Allergies
  • Smoking addiction
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Lyme disease
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Trauma
  • Arthritis
  • Chronic pain

Is Bioresonance Safe?

Bioresonance is a non-invasive, natural, and safe therapy that is beneficial to people of all ages.

In some instances, some patients after a BIT session may experience some reactions such as tiredness, nausea, or headache. However, bioresonance supporters advise that such effects are a sign that the treatment is working. If you experience such symptoms, you can drink clean water that has low mineral content.

How Long Does Bioresonance Therapy Take?

During your first bioresonance therapy session, your therapist will assess your health history. Your body’s energetic condition will also be evaluated using a bioresonance scanning device.

Afterward, the therapist will decide the number of therapy sessions you’ll need depending on the results from the bioresonance machine.  The therapist may also opt to use bioresonance therapy with other treatment options, including conventional medicine, to help your body heal faster.

In closing, bioresonance therapy helps to restore your body’s natural balance.  This painless and quick therapy helps detect any changes in your body, making it an excellent preventive and treatment tool.