Adjusting your body naturally for different changes
The fact that so many chemical reactions occur in our cells every second exemplifies the constant changes. Electromagnetic waves help to coordinate these chemical reactions.
In cells, information can take many different forms, including electrical, magnetic, electromagnetic, and mechanical, and it can transform between them. Bio-resonance is a process based on the electromagnetic field’s feedback, in which the electromagnetic signals of the body or specific organs are used.
The organism’s metabolic processes and adaptive activity are aided by internal and external regulatory agents. The spiral DNA molecule deposits biophotons in cells, and after they are released, the cell plasma or adjacent cells receive a series of commands that regulate their vital function. Several factors can influence this process. Alternating parts of the day, as well as gravitational, magnetic, and electromagnetic changes, are external factors; an internal factor could be aging.
The body’s ability to produce energy is harmed by constant changes in external and internal harmful factors such as pollution, unhealthy lifestyles, and eating habits, as well as the degeneration of the body that comes with age.
The body’s biological balance becomes increasingly precarious as energy levels drop, and the body has to work harder and harder to maintain it. The body’s ability to self-regulate is limited by our energy stores, which are depleting as we age. A variety of processes are harmed, and the risk of disease rises, when this physical performance ability deteriorates and the weakened body is unable to meet energy demands.
The goal of bio-resonance is to improve communication between cells and organs, which in turn improves metabolic processes. Bio-resonance treatment has a positive effect on vital processes and can improve the body’s energy supply, harmonizing and refreshing the entire body.
Bio-resonance devices, which are designed for home use, can produce a pulsating magnetic field of low frequency and low intensity, which can help cells and tissues communicate better.
Biofeedback devices are ideal for the following:
According to some spiritual beliefs, there is a clear link between the moon’s phases and a woman’s 28-day menstrual cycle, which essentially determines her “nature.” The program’s vibrations have a direct effect on the menstrual cycle. Hormones, skin, detoxification, and biorhythm programs are also recommended as supplements.
Biofeedback therapy aids women in coping with symptoms associated with hormonal changes in their bodies at various stages of life, ranging from menstrual cramps in younger women to premenopausal discomfort in older women.
It’s a common goal to adopt a healthier lifestyle, but where do you start? After deciding to make a change, the next step is to believe you can make it happen and devise a strategy.
Consider the following beforehand:
Identify the bad or unhealthy habits you want to change in your life. Then, for each habit, write down why you want to change it. Maybe it’s for your own mental health or so you can spend more time with your loved ones.
Take steps to remove negative triggers from your life. If your social media account makes you feel bad about yourself, delete it. We all know we have a tendency to compare ourselves to everyone we see. If alcohol makes you want to smoke a cigarette, take a break from it.
Allow yourself to believe in yourself and your ability to change for a moment. Convincing yourself that you can succeed is half the battle with success. So now it’s your turn to fight. Replace your negative self-talk with a mental image of you making the changes you want to make.
It is difficult to change, and you may face setbacks. Rather than allowing failure to triumph, continue to work hard.
Why changing yourself can help you feel better and will prepare your body for various changes that may occur:
Setting healthy goals is one way to devise a strategy for kicking off your new healthy lifestyle.
Setting goals gives you something to strive for and motivates you to work hard. Setting goals for yourself gives you something to concentrate on. Goals also allow you to track your progress and determine how far you’ve come.
To avoid becoming overwhelmed, start small and focus on one goal at a time. Make small goals for yourself if you want to lose weight.
Journaling or tracking your progress on your phone to ensure you meet your weekly goals. Add a new small goal, such as only eating out twice a week or adding a weight lifting class to your weekly routine, once those goals have become a part of your weekly routine.
These smaller goals are easier to achieve and will eventually lead to the achievement of your main goal, as well as assisting your body in adjusting to the various changes that occur in our lives.
Temperature fluctuations are another factor that affects your body and how it functions. These are a real threat to the body’s immunity and can cause health problems during this time. Sudden temperature changes, rain, and gloomy weather all disrupt body functions, particularly in children, anemic people, the elderly, and the chronically ill.
Immune system dysfunction
The immune system is instantly weakened and the body becomes vulnerable to seasonal viruses when the body is forced to switch from a high temperature to a very low one.
People who have a weak immune system or who live an unorganized lifestyle should place a higher value on food discipline.
Heart and circulatory problems
Sudden temperature changes can be dangerous for people with cardiovascular disease, and hypertensive people who can’t control their blood pressure are at risk of having a heart attack.
Allergies and respiratory problems
Temperature swings can exacerbate and trigger certain illnesses, particularly respiratory illnesses. When temperatures drop below freezing and the air becomes cold and humid, people with bronchitis, seasonal allergies, or asthma should limit their outdoor activities.
Viruses are more likely to infect children, as well as adults with weakened immune systems or the elderly, during the cold season.
Smokers are also more likely to contract respiratory viral infections than non-smokers because they already have a compromised respiratory system and weakened immune system.
Major changes in your life or way of life can sometimes lead to depression, dissatisfaction, or boredom. Major life changes, especially if they are dramatic and/or unexpected, force us out of our comfort zones and into the unknown.
However, you can always take action. Biofeedback is the key you’re looking for as technology and medicine evolve. You must also ensure that you are doing everything possible to prepare your body for the upcoming changes.