How bioresonance can help reduce stimulant tolerance

Coffee is the one of the most popular beverages worldwide with an approximate 3 billion consumers. Every day 2.25 billion cups of coffee are consumed on average. Not only because of the taste, quitting coffee isn’t easy because of caffeine addiction. Shortly after enjoying your beverage, caffeine gets absorbed in the bloodstream leading to increased alertness and energy production due to its stimulating effects on the nervous system.

A safe consumption limit is between 200-400 milligrams daily for a healthy adult. Like any other stimulant, your nervous system gradually builds a tolerance rendering its alertness effects weaker over time and requires the user to increase intake to experience the same effects. It is recommended to take a break from stimulant usage at least twice every year to reset tolerance. The higher the intake becomes the higher the tolerance will be over time eventually resulting in a burn out effect, exhaustion and bad mood.

How does caffeine actually work?

Once caffeine enters the bloodstream it binds to adenosine receptors acting as an antagonist. Adenosine is a chemical that promotes sleepiness, caffeine antagonizes the receptor therefore increasing alertness and eliminating this sleep inducing effect. Over extended periods of time the nervous system adapts to this constant intake of stimulants and will increase adenosine production.

How can bioresonance therapy reduce tolerance?

Not only bioresonance can help with reducing stimulant tolerance but also reduce withdrawals. Through bioresonance brain training withdrawal effects are lessened by inducing a relaxation state in the patient. After bioresonance therapy sessions mental clarity is improved and caffeine cravings are reduced.

To reach the highest effectiveness and user has to gradually decrease stimulant intake while attending therapy sessions. Consistent treatment can return tolerance levels to normal within 3 weeks.