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What Is Biomagnetism?
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Biomagnetism, also known as biomagnetic therapy and BioMagnetic Pair Therapy, is a type of therapy available in Fairfield County, CT. It uses pairs of magnets to identify imbalances and reestablish homeostasis. The approach is very different from others in Western medicine, homeopathy, and naturopathy.

This article will provide answers to frequently asked questions about what biomagnetism is.

Where did biomagnetism originate?

In 1988, a Mexican doctor named Dr. Isaac Goiz discovered the healing power of magnets when working with HIV patients. After attending a bioenergy course taught by Dr. Richard Broeringmeyer at the University of Guadalajara, Mexico, he conducted tests with paired magnets to test the body’s responses to their application. The practice of biomagnetism is over 2,000 years. Healers in Asia and Europe believed that magnets could pull diseases and impurities out of the body.

How does biomagnetism work?

Biomagnetism requires the precise and correct placement (north/south polarity) of high-intensity field magnets over specific body areas to support pH regulation. Maintaining an adequate pH allows homeostasis to be re-established so the body can begin healing.

Some results achieved with biomagnetism include the following:

  • Stimulating the normal function of the immune system
  • Increased circulation and oxygenation
  • Normalizing response to inflammation

Applying biomagnetism to specific body parts allows for the restoration of adequate pH. When the magnets are present, and the pH levels are balanced, pathogens cannot survive, and cells become healthy.

What can biomagnetism treat?

As mentioned above, biomagnetism can help the body heal itself and restore proper pH levels. Because it is not felt by any human senses, it does not cause any pain, discomfort, or side effects. Biomagnetic therapy can alleviate the following:

  • Aches and pains
  • Insomnia
  • Fibromyalgia symptoms
  • Depression
  • Wound healing

What happens during biomagnetism treatment?

During biomagnetism treatment, you will remain fully clothed but be asked to remove any metal accessories or jewelry. The therapist will perform a bioenergetic diagnosis that involves muscle testing and scanning.

When pH imbalances are identified, your therapist will place magnets of either positive or negative polarity onto the unbalanced areas. This re-establishes balanced and neutral pH levels. A session can last anywhere from 1.5 to 2 hours. And while your condition may improve after only one session, a complete course of treatment usually requires three to five sessions.

Who should not participate in biomagnetism treatment?

If you have medical devices or implants with a magnetic field, like a pacemaker or insulin pump, you should not partake in biomagnetic therapy as it can interfere with the function of the implant or device. Patients who have undergone chemotherapy in the past 12 months, young children, and pregnant women are also advised against using biomagnetic therapy because there have not been enough studies to prove its safety.

Speaking with your doctor is always recommended before undertaking alternative therapies like biomagnetism treatment. They can advise on whether it’s safe or not for you, depending on your health.

Dietitian For All provides bioenergetic testing and biomagnetism therapy in Fairfield County, Connecticut.

Dietitian For All brings years of experience optimizing every diet for maximum value. I work with individuals and communities to provide expertise in health and wellness. Whatever your goals for health, I'll build you a holistic approach. If you're currently struggling with health problems, I'll help you identify the root cause using industry-leading laboratory testing and comprehensive strategies for wellness.

If you're interested in incorporating alternative therapies for wellness into your current health plan, contact Dietitian For All for biomagnetism in Fairfield County, Connecticut.

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