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BioRegulation Therapy (BRT)

After looking for a new technology to help my clients even more with anxiety, depression and related symptoms such as chronic fatigue, I was introduced to BioRegulation Therapy (BRT) and have met and trained with leading Doctors and Clinicians who have achieved successful results with their patients over the years.












What is BRT?  (excerpted from Dr. Michael Cohen)

BRT is a form of biofeedback, a body balancing method whereby a computer reads the electrical impulses (frequencies) being emitted by the cells in your body.  It filters out the disharmonic “unhealthy” vibrations that interfere with optimal cell communication (and thus interfere with their optimal functioning). It amplifies the “healthy” harmonic frequencies, and sends them back to the cells. These harmonic frequencies “invigorate” the cells and encourage them to function the way they are supposed to.

Once the cells are doing their jobs better, the nervous system calms down, and pain or other disruptive signals, which have become magnified over time, diminish. Pain is thought to occur when excessive pain signals get sent to the brain. In a way, it is thought too much of the brain is recruited to pay attention to the pain. It is speculated that BRT helps the nervous system to re-organize signaling to help diminish the cycle of pain.

A primary component of biofeedback is that anything that can be measured can be changed. Organ systems have tiny, complex, bioelectrical signals, and each one has its own unique, signature pattern.

Because the cells within each organ system tend to “talk” more with each other than with other systems, each organ system has slightly different characteristics that promote communication among its own cells. For instance, kidney cells communicate better with other kidney cells than they do with liver cells. These unique signals can be measured with sophisticated scientific tools.

BRT provides feedback to the body about those bioelectrical signals. The body’s nervous system then uses that feedback to reorganize itself and improve its own intercellular communication. With the feedback, the cells better align themselves within the organ system and entire body.

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