The Energy Profile, You Say?

Have you ever heard of something called the energy profile? If not, then you’ve also probably never heard of bioresonance… and this makes it a great opportunity to introduce you into a whole new world of medicine!

To explain what the energy profile is, let us first backtrack for a moment, and pay attention to another word you heard for the first time today – bioresonance. Bioresonance is a new method through which doctors diagnose patients. Bioresonance diagnostic machines use the magnetic field that’s all around you (even though you or anyone else doesn’t ever notice it!) to evaluate your health status, which is what is known in medical terms as your energy profile. The energy profile is essentially a reading of how well an individual can handle his or her condition. Basically, what this means is that if your electromagnetic field is well and normal, you’re in a good state; on the other hand, if your field is somehow disrupted, that means you’re suffering from some sort of issue.

The difference between bioresonance testing machines and other medical computer systems which also perform similar diagnoses is that bioresonance machines are capable of identifying illness – be they emotional, mental or physical! Bioresonance machines test the electromagnetic field around you, which can reveal not just your physical condition, but also other intangible factors such as your stress levels; this makes it possible for bioresonance machines to perform diagnoses on a scale far greater than that of normal diagnostic machines.

To go further into detail, let us take a look at how your energy profile is assessed. Bioresonance machines use a scale which goes from 0 to 35 to measure your energy profile. The average healthy person – both physically and mentally – will measure 25 ideally, and accordingly, most healthy people will receive any value which falls within the range of 25. People coping with stress and other physical ailments will instead measure a value of 15 or even less; this will be the factor deciding whether the patient is sick or not.

Furthermore, bioresonance machines do not just measure your electromagnetic field – they do much more. For example, they can even measure the electromagnetic levels of organs individually: this becomes very much useful when doctors need to diagnose the health of separate organs. The machines are also equipped with various other parameters to make measures of toxicity levels, hormonal imbalance and disorders, and allergic reactions. To this end, these machines are usually equipped with readings for well over three thousand different substances such as food, toxins, minerals, vitamins and additives.