Cancer Harmonization: Treating cancer is usually incorporating Western medicine’s guidelines— viewing it as a process, employing medications, surgery, and radiation therapy to either cure the disease or alleviate symptoms. However, as medical science is progressing, many healthcare providers are beginning to recognize the value of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) as well.
Biofeedback therapy, massage, acupuncture, and herbal medicines are complementary and alternative medicine (CAM examples). These types of interventions, on the other hand, can provide measurable benefits to cancer patients. Some cancer patients opt for biofeedback therapy, which aids in the management of certain cancer symptoms while also promoting relaxation.
Cancer cells multiply very quickly.
It is important to reduce oxidative stress, i.e., smoking, herbicides, pesticides, alcohol, and carbohydrates, which cause the accumulation of large quantities of free radicals that cause diseases.
One free radical does not mean diseases. However, a chronic burden of those toxins is a problem. Eating bread, pizza, or pasta daily, smoking a cigarette, chronic stress, a beer in the evening, pesticides in every meal – all those agents are stressful for our cells.
We can help ourselves by supplying sufficient quantities of antioxidants, vitamins A, C, and E, CoQ10, selenium, iron, and zinc, as well as folic acid and vitamin B12. This should be accompanied by a correct lifestyle, such as incorporating exercises and healthy eating habits. Furthermore, all inflammatory conditions in the body must be eliminated, as cancer accompanies all inflammatory reactions.
WHAT IS BIOFEEDBACK THERAPY?
According to the Canadian Cancer Society, the biofeedback technique teaches you how to control your body and your stress response better. A biofeedback therapist helps guide you to through each treatment session.
The practitioner uses a voice analysis device to measure your body’s functions during a biofeedback session. The practitioner suggests how you can make physiologic changes based on the feedback from the devices. You can understand how to make those physical changes and listen to your customized frequencies to help with balancing your stress disturbances and creating harmony. It is a holistic approach to health and well-being.
Having a good understanding of what’s going on inside your body in real-time can help you become more aware of how your body reacts to different stressors. This knowledge can help you develop better relaxation techniques as well as methods for dealing with specific symptoms.
Biofeedback will not only help your body return to homeostasis and boost your immune system, but it can also be used to target and kill specific pathogens, parasites, and diseases.
Benefits of Biofeedback
- It’s without side effects and non-invasive
- It improves mood and attitude
- It has been shown to Improved circulation
- Pain relief
- It provides extra energy to people who are low on energy.
- Increased vitality
- It has been shown to reduce the occurrence of viral infections, which is especially important for people with a compromised immune system
- It can also help reduce the need for medications
- It can help with Candida overgrowth and other fungus-related issues
- it can also be used as an analysis tool for various illnesses.
- Because it is a drug-free treatment, it can be used in conjunction with other treatments without causing harmful interactions.
- Has been linked to faster injury healing, including surgical procedures.
- It will make your body more resilient to opportunistic infections like staph, strep, colds, and influenza, as well as other infections.
Every living and nonliving thing has a resonant frequency that it resonates with. Every organ in the body has its unique resonant frequency, similar to a tuning fork’s note. Every bacteria, virus, parasite, and fungus has its frequency. Invading microbes have their resonant frequencies, and if we can match these frequencies, the microbes will absorb the energy and die.
A weakened organ receives the energy it requires to function normally due to balancing biofeedback session, which is redistributed on a large scale, restoring the workability of affected organs.
Thousands of people have been able to reduce their medication dosages, and in some cases, completely stop taking them, and have regained excellent health as a result.
How biofeedback helps with cancer pain
Biofeedback therapy is a method that aims to intervene in the body using material-specific weak electromagnetic frequencies with the use of specific biofeedback devices where electromagnetic vibrations emitted from substances or from the body itself are used. When the inverted frequency of cancer cells is delivered, target-specific cancer cells, each with different codes, can be affected.
Biofeedback has been shown to help with cancer symptoms such as chronic pain, headaches, and insomnia. Biofeedback can also help you retrain your muscles after an injury or surgical procedure while you’re undergoing cancer treatment. It has been shown in studies to help people regain urinary and bowel function after cancer surgery.
Biofeedback helps in the treatment of cancer-related pain. It can also assist in coping with stress and the emotional toll that comes with illness. It can also help with regaining strength. You don’t have to go through cancer’s symptoms alone. Biofeedback can assist you in effectively managing your pain and symptoms.
It can be difficult to relax when undergoing cancer treatment, but biofeedback can help you learn to control your body’s stress response better. During a biofeedback session, your therapist will demonstrate various relaxation techniques to you, including:
- Deep breathing
- Guided imagery
- Mindfulness meditation
- Progressive muscle relaxation
These techniques can help you relax naturally by slowing your breathing, lowering your heart rate and blood pressure, and giving you a better sense of well-being. Furthermore, some research suggests that these techniques can help with symptoms that arise during cancer treatment, such as chemotherapy-induced nausea.
However, the advantages of complementary and alternative therapies like biofeedback do not end there. Many people experience side effects long after their chemotherapy treatment has ended. This condition, also known as the “chemo brain,” can cause insomnia, depression, stress fatigue, and other psychological issues. According to a study published in Integrative Cancer Therapies, biofeedback therapy, which can monitor brain waves, has been shown to improve these symptoms in as little as 20 sessions, leading to a higher quality of life.
Biofeedback is a safe and effective way for most people to manage cancer symptoms and promote relaxation.