Auto-immune illnesses (MS, rheumatism etc.)
An allergy is an overreaction by an immune system which has been thrown off course. Colds have a biological purpose, namely to eliminate viruses but not, however, as a reaction to the poll. Diarrhea is intended to flush out parasites and not avoid grain cereals. It is even worse if the immune system not only attacks harmless substances from the environment but also the bodies own tissue. This is the case with auto-immune diseases. Virtually any tissue and organ can be subject to attack. Two of the most common autoimmune diseases are Hashimoto’s disease and Graves’ disease. Here auto-antibodies against thyroid tissues are detected in the blood serum. Stimulating antibodies can lead to hyperthyroidism (over activity). Aggressive antibodies lead to local inflammatory reactions and destroying the thyroid tissue, often ending in hypothyroidism (under activity). In union reactions to intestinal epithelial cells legion Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis. Antibodies against joint tissue are found in rheumatoid arthritis and Bechterew’s disease. Immune reactions to the nerves’ myelin sheath, as in multiple sclerosis, occur less frequently.
As antibodies are produced against the body’s own DNA, the disease can affect virtually every organ, as is the case with lupus erythematosus. The reason behind the development of auto-immune disorders is still a mystery. It is assumed to be an unfortunate combination of genetic disposition and external factors such as viruses and environmental toxins. A virus which has penetrated the body coincidently has a very similar surface structure to a thyroid cell, for example. The immune system then produces antibodies to destroy the virus. The thyroid cells are inadvertently destroyed in the process. Conventional medicine does not follow a cow fuel therapeutic approach. Treatment is symptomatic. And under active thyroid can be treated with replacement therapy and antiphlogistics held against enteritis. In more severe cases substances which inhibit the immune system such as cortisol or immunosuppressant are used. The high incidence of side effects from these medications is well known.
BICOM bioresonance has treated many patients successfully. In one case where 16 treatment sessions were required the patient was completely symptom-free. A CT scan revealed that the foci detected previously at regress considerably. The neurologist treating the patient spoke of a possible “spontaneous recovery” or a potential misinterpretation of the previous pictures. It is interesting to note that the term “spontaneous recovery” is occurring with surprising frequency during the course of bioresonance therapy.
Here are some general things to consider when treating patients with auto-immune conditions
- Never treat the immune system at the beginning.
- Diagnose and treat any virus, mycotic or parasitic affliction.
- Check organ functions and apply supportive measures in advance.
- Physical strengthening of the patient.
- Consider special recommendations in our literature.
- Test therapy time and amplification.