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How the Newton Hale Centre of Bioresonance can help with anxiety

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When it comes to mental disorders, one that has become incredibly commonplace in our modern lives is anxiety. Feeling anxious can be normal in everyday life, however, anxiety can become an issue when it takes over activities that you enjoy, time with your family and your career too. 
But what exactly is anxiety? What are the symptoms of anxiety and is there anything that you can do to help those symptoms and feelings?

What is anxiety?

Anxiety is caused when the internal alarm system that is within our bodies kicks in. Usually, this alarm system only fires up when there are dangers. This alarm system starts our fight or flight response, which will take you running away from the danger that you face. This sounds like a very sensible way to feel, however, anxiety, when it is a mental health issue, will crop up at random times in your life, perhaps when those feelings of panic really don’t have a place.

Anxiety comes in a variety of forms and types, it could be panic disorder, phobias, PTSD, Generalised Anxiety Disorder and even compulsive hoarding too. Each one is different and can have different triggers or causes.

The symptoms of anxiety

There are a number of symptoms and signs that can appear with anxiety. They vary from physical to behavioral and also psychological too. Some of the most common symptoms of anxiety include:
  • An increased heart rate
  • A feeling of jelly legs
  • Muscle tension
  • Tingling
  • Hyperventilation or trouble breathing
  • Dizziness
  • Nausea
  • Feeling hot
  • Dry mouth
  • Palpitations
  • Shaking

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How bio-resonance can help with anxiety

Now you know more about anxiety, you might be wondering what can be done to help those symptoms and perhaps even the problem in the long-term. 

Here at the NHC, Bio-resonance is one option that you can consider as supportive therapy. It is entirely holistic and moves away from some of the usually recommended medical approaches that you may be told to take, which can often have negative side-effects. Although, it is safe for both medical treatment and bio-resonance therapy to work alongside each other.

The idea behind using bio-resonance for anxiety is that it will help to read the reaction that your body has to certain electromagnetic waves. In doing this, the NHC therapist is going to be able to look at stressors, metals and any other pathogenic substances, all of which could be damaging the patient's physical wellbeing, as well as having an impact on their mental wellbeing too.

Once this has been established, the electromagnetic waves, which are a part of bio-resonance therapy can then be sent back through the body, which should have an impact in reducing the pathogenic materials that are within the patient's body. Not only this, but bio-resonance therapy can also help by sending magnetic pulses to the limbic system of the patient’s brain. This will stimulate certain chemicals to be released, such as dopamine and serotonin, which are well known to have a positive effect on how the patient feels, thus reducing their natural anxiety levels in a completely harmless and non-intrusive way.

Anxiety isn't something that you should have to just live with. Why not see if bio-resonance is the answer that you are searching for? Helping you to feel calmer and less stressed, no matter what life may throw at it.

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