Biofeedback 

How does a face-to-face session take place?

 

In person, the assessment is carried out using 12 sensors placed on the person (head, wrists and ankles) connected to a computer, which, in turn, is monitored by software installed on the computer.

 

In an initial phase (calibration) some reactions of your electrical body are evaluated (values ​​of oxygenation, hydration, mental and emotional stress, reaction speed, cellular vitality, electrical PH, among others).

 

Then, a test takes place where the person's reaction to more than 10,000 different substances is evaluated, in order of importance, allowing the therapist to assess the presence of parasites, toxic products, nutrients (vitamins, minerals, etc.), enzymes, neurotransmitters, neuropeptides, hormones, spinal imbalances, teeth, inflammatory processes, infections, hyper reactivities to certain substances that may be intolerances, allergies, emotional issues, brain functions, cardiac, nervous, lymphatic, digestive systems, etc.

In a short time, the system detects and corrects the existing imbalances in the body, and the treatment is done by sending rectification frequencies that will train the cells to correctly process the information received.

The therapist knows the individual reaction of the person to each frequency sent or to any chosen program, which allows him to achieve maximum performance and efficiency during the session.

How many sessions are needed?

 

The number of sessions required varies from person to person. In general, the older some of the stress patterns that cause discomfort in the client, the greater the number of sessions required to start the process of rebalancing or re-training those patterns and reactions. 3 to 6 sessions are suggested.

The duration of each session depends on both the person concerned and the objective of the session and can last between 45m to 1h and 15m.