How biofeedback improves bone health

Let’s talk about our bones for a moment. Our bones support our bodies and allow us to move. They essentially protect our brain, heart, and other vital organs from injury. Minerals such as calcium and phosphorus keep our bones strong and are also stored in our bones before being released into the body for other purposes.

We must eat foods high in calcium and vitamin D, exercise as much as possible, and practice good health habits in order to have strong and healthy bones and to keep them that way.

Our bones become weak and even break if we don’t get enough of these nutrients. And we’ve probably all had a broken bone at some point in our lives. It is extremely painful and in certain cases, it may even require surgery.

It is simpler than you might think to protect our bone health. To begin, you must comprehend how your diet, physical activity, and other lifestyle factors can influence your bone mass.

Strong bones indicate good bone density and structure. Because strong bones are high in minerals and are more resilient, they can withstand stress and exertion and have a lower risk of problems like osteoporosis and brittle fractures.

Certain aspects of bone structure, such as genetic inheritance, are beyond our control. Women’s bone mass is also lower than men’s. Although it is critical to develop strong and healthy bones during childhood and adolescence, the process must be continued into adulthood because bone remodeling is ongoing.

What factors can have an impact on your bone health?

The calcium content of your diet. A calcium-deficient diet contributes to decreased bone density, early bone loss, and an increased risk of fracture.

Physical activity is important. People who do not participate in sports have a higher risk of developing osteoporosis later in life than those who do.

Tobacco and alcohol consumption. Tobacco use on a daily basis can contribute to the development of bone fragility. Similarly, consuming excessive amounts of alcohol on a daily basis raises the risk of osteoporosis.

Age and family history. People’s bones become thinner and weaker as they age. Furthermore, they are at a higher risk if they have a first-degree member with osteoporosis or if there have been cases of fractures in one’s family history.

Excess thyroid hormone is another issue that can lead to a bigger problem. Women’s bone mass loss increases dramatically during menopause. This happens due to decreased estrogen levels. On the other hand, male bone mass loss can also be caused by low testosterone levels.


Eating disorders are extremely common. Those suffering from anorexia and bulimia are at risk of losing bone mass. Crohn’s disease, celiac disease, and Cushing’s disease can all impair the body’s ability to absorb calcium, raising the risk of osteoporosis.

Ensure that you are getting enough calcium on a daily basis. Dairy products, almonds, broccoli, salmon, sardines, and soy products like tofu are just a few examples of calcium-rich foods.

Consider vitamin D’s significance. Many people overlook the fact that calcium absorption necessitates a high level of vitamin D.

It can be found in oily fish such as salmon, trout, and tuna, as well as simply by exposing ourselves to the sun.

Consider getting help with Quantum Medical.

When patients use our biofeedback devices for osteoporosis therapy, they benefit from biofeedback procedures: if the user falls into an incorrect posture, the device reminds them to stand tall again using the strength of their own muscles. As a bonus, the patient can strengthen their core muscles as well.

Low-frequency currents are used by ED-X and NUCLEUS to identify and help ourselves with certain diseases. Biofeedback devices take advantage of one of the human body’s most fascinating manifestations, the energy body. Any internal organ emits a field of energy that can be detected and manipulated. The device detects energy imbalances in the body or imbalances that usually indicate the presence of a condition based on this principle.

You will actively and directly contribute to maintaining the health of your bone system and creating strong bones for as long as possible if you try to incorporate as many healthy habits as possible into your daily routine, such as exercising and eating a healthy diet.


It’s important to remember that the key to a healthy bone system isn’t just taking high doses of supplements and minerals; it’s also important to remember that identifying the cause, not the effect, is always recommended, and prevention is far more important than hospitalization. As a result, our BIOFEEDBACK devices are ideal for detecting issues early on.

Each recorded image is analyzed and interpreted by the device, which compares it to the oscillations of each organ stored in the computer’s memory. Each pathological process has its own graph, which is stored in the computer as well. The system then compares the obtained degrees of spectral similarity with those of healthy tissues, tissues with anatomical-pathological changes, or infectious agents. This device has a high probability and accuracy of detecting early-stage health changes. Finally, the computer assesses compatibility with various natural remedies, medicines, and foods. The device also performs general energy rebalancing and assists with various body structures.

Bioresonance therapy frees the body of pathogenic factors that cause energy blockages. Apart from this energetic correction, it provides a wide range of therapeutic solutions in natural medicine, phyto-therapy, diet therapy, homeopathy, psychotherapy, and allopathic medicine. The lack of side effects and the body’s prompt response allow for the reduction or elimination of drug treatments, acting as a complementary therapy when conventional therapy alone is unable to achieve long-term effects. This method is used in accordance with other allopathic therapies to restore and normalize biological processes at the cellular level.

Your bones do so much more than just provide structural support for your body. They aid in movement, protect internal organs, and are necessary for blood cell formation and nutrient storage.

Your bones are categorized based on their size and function. Bones contain a variety of tissues and cells on the inside. All of these elements interact to make your bones the multifunctional tissue that they are. 

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