Magnetic Fields Alleviate Anxiety

The Biomagnetism Therapy developed by Dr. Isaac Goiz has since long shown a link between magnetic fields and their influence on the emotions of a human being.

It is quite common that people feel emotionally more balanced after a Biomagnetism therapy session. Over the years many Biomagnetic Pairs have been found which address different emotional aspects such as anxiety, depression, anger, etc.

Science also picks up more and more on the effects of magnetism on the human body as this article shows:

Article by Medical Express

Magnetic fields to alleviate anxiety
People suffering from a fear of heights experience the anxiety also in virtual reality – even though they are aware that they are not really in a dangerous situation. Credit: VTPlus

It is possible to unlearn fears. And this works even better when a specific region of the brain has previously been stimulated magnetically. This has been shown by researchers from the Würzburg University Hospital in a new study.

Nearly one in seven Germans suffer from an anxiety disorder. Some panic upon boarding an aircraft, others find it impossible to enter a room with a spider on the wall, and others prefer the staircase over the elevator – even to get to the 10th floor – because riding in elevators elevates their heart rate.

What sound like funny anecdotes are often debilitating conditions for the sufferers. Sometimes their anxiety can affect them to a point that they are unable to follow a normal daily routine. But help is available: “Cognitive behavioural therapy is an excellent treatment option,” says Professor Martin J. Herrmann, a psychologist at the Center of Mental Health of the Würzburg University Hospital. This form of therapy deliberately exposes anxiety patients to the situations they feel threatened by – under the individual psychological supervision of an expert.

Brain stimulation improves response

However, current studies have shown that this type of intervention does not benefit all persons in equal measure. This is why Herrmann and researchers from the Department of Clinical Psychology of the University of Würzburg have been looking for ways to improve the patients’ response to  – by using the so-called . In fact, a positive effect was observed among the study participants treated with this method.

“We knew from previous studies that a specific region in the frontal lobe of the human brain is important for unlearning anxiety,” Martin J. Herrmann says. He adds that initial studies have shown that magnetically stimulating this brain region can improve the effectiveness of unlearning anxiety responses in the laboratory. In a recently published study, the team investigated whether this also works for treating a fear of heights.

The study

To this end, 39 participants with a pronounced acrophobia were taken to dizzying heights during two sessions – not in real life, however, but through virtual reality. It does not matter that the environment is not real: “The people feel actual fear in a virtual reality – although they know that they are not really in a dangerous situation,” Herrmann explains.

The scientists stimulated the frontal lobe of some of the anxiety patients for about 20 minutes before entering the virtual world; the other group was only administered a pseudo stimulation. The result: “The findings demonstrate that all participants benefit considerably from the therapy in virtual reality and the positive effects of the intervention are still apparent even after three months,” Herrmann says. Additionally, stimulating the frontal lobe accelerated the therapy response.

Next, the researchers want to study whether this method is also suitable to treat other forms of anxiety by conducting a further virtual reality therapy study for arachnophobic patients.

Combating Lyme Disease With Biomagnetic Therapy

An Article by Natural Awakenings

In 2013, unknowingly, Alan Grazioso was bitten by a tick near the woods of Camp David in Maryland. “This deer tick the size of a sesame seed changed my life,” he says. “I had no idea I would discover a whole new profession as a result.” Grazioso is an Emmy Award-winning filmmaker who has traveled the globe producing projects for Oxfam, PBS and the History Channel.

Grazioso remembers feeling oddly lethargic and achy with a low-grade fever. Three weeks later a bull’s-eye rash appeared on his leg. He was fortunate as fewer than half of Lyme cases show the tell-tale bull’s-eye according to the International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society (ILADS). “The bull’s-eye is a clear indicator that the Lyme bacterium known as Borrelia burgdorferi has invaded the body,” Grazioso continues. “Most clients I see today unfortunately were not as lucky as I was. Sadly thousands go undiagnosed or misdiagnosed for years. Early detection is key.”

Researchers at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimate that 300,000 diagnosed cases of Lyme disease occur annually in the United States. Data shows higher concentrations in 14 states in the Northeast and Midwest, yet Lyme has been reported in all 50 states and in 80 countries worldwide. New England remains one of the epicenters of Lyme.

Immediately upon seeing the bull’s-eye, Grazioso rushed to the ER and took the doctor-prescribed 21 days of antibiotics. “I felt better but almost a year later odd joint pain symptoms surfaced.” A trusted friend referred him to Joan Randall, a Lyme-focused alternative practitioner in Woodstock, Vermont. This was Grazioso’s first introduction to biomagnetic therapy. A dozen treatments later, to his surprise, he was free from his Lyme symptoms. Deeply impacted and intrigued, he began studying biomagnetism with Randall and became certified in biomagnetic therapy with the Goiz Institute of Biomagnetism, in Berkeley, California.

 

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Why Biomagnetism

If you are someone who has been unsuccessfully struggling with health issues and wondering if you can ever recover from debilitating symptoms you may want to know more about the benefits of the Goiz Method of Biomagnetism.

The Main Takeaways:

1*  Biomagnetism Therapy affects pathogens, even if they have become resistant to drugs

2*  It restores the energy flow in the body which leads to faster recovery of tissues and       organs as well as a better absorption of nutrients

3*  Biomagnetism is a non-invasive gentle therapy with practically no side-effects and      completely compatible with other traditional and alternative practices

Dr. Isaac Goiz and the therapists who trained with him over the years have had remarkable success with the method of Biomagnetism which they used for a variety of diseases including infectious, autoimmune, dysfunctional, metabolic, chronic, degenerative, psycho-emotional and tumoral.

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Applications:

  • Acute or chronic infections
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Diabetes Mellitus
  • Chronic Lyme Disease
  • Neurodermitis
  • Respiratory problems
  • Dysfunctions of organs and glands
  • Headaches and migraines
  • Toxicity
  • and many more

“It is one of the most effective therapies I have seen in all my years of practicing medicine. The most surprising part is its simplicity. And its main advantage is that it has no side effects.”  Dr. Raymond Hilu, Spain

 

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Among others these are the most significant effects

* local increase of temperature, improved circulation, improved absorption of essential       nutrients and pain-relieving effect

* Repolarizing of the electric charges of an affected organ or tissue into its natural state       (Battacharia and Sierra)

* Regulation of the pH value (acidic/alkaline) which many a times is out of balance in an     affected tissue or organ which can additionally lead to an invasion of pathogenic       microbes

* Accelerated transfer of calcium ions for mending tissues and bones

* Balancing the production of certain hormones in various endocrine glands