What is my body trying to tell me?
Your body is internally connected, constantly communicating between systems and cells. This communication is critical to basic life
functions, like moving, growing, and healing, all taking place on a subconscious level. Even though you may not be consciously aware of everything that’s going on inside your body, you can be sure that It’s working full-time, doing its best with available resources. What would happen if you could discover your body’s preference for nutrition, what vitamins or minerals or enzymes it needed in order to a better job? Would you give it what it asked for? Could a proactive approach to wellness help you function at a higher level or even avoid some types of illnesses?
As a society, we spend billions of dollars each year pursuing better health. We buy drugs, try to eat the right foods and take health supplements to help us achieve and maintain peak performance. But how much of this is guess work, how do you know if you’re making the best choices for you as an individual?
Using biocommunication you can discover specific, individualized information that will help you and your healthcare professional design a personalized health and nutrition program. It provides insights that can make a significant difference. Providing your body with the specific nutrition and care it needs allows it to perform at its highest level. When you’re functioning on ‘all cylinders’ you feel better and have more energy. Specialized wellness and decision support software can help you maximize your investment in health. It can assist you in getting the most out of life! If your body knows what it wants perhaps all you have to do is ask!
What is it like to get a scan?
Getting a biocommunication scan is a simple and painless process. Simply place your hand on the hand cradle while a scan is run. During the scan, subtle energetic impulses are introduced to your body through multiple input channels including the hand cradle. Your body will naturally respond to this communication and the software records each response. Although a few people may be able to sense this energetic communication, most are unaware that the scan is taking place.
Types of scans
Scans are organized into what are called biosurveys. You’ve probably filled out a survey before; a series of questions that you provide answers to. A biosurvey is essentially the same thing, only you don’t answer the ‘questions’ consciously, you answer them subconsciously. With biocommunication scanning, the ‘question’ is the subtle energetic impulse called a Virtual Stimulus Item or VSI, and your response, which is recorded and analyzed by the software, is a change in the electrical properties of your skin.
Different biosurveys will include different VSIs. Some biosurveys are general in nature and include VSIs concerned with overall wellness, others include VSIs relating to specific areas of the body or body processes, and some may deal with environmental factors like toxins or allergens. A biosurvey can be as varied and versatile as any other survey. Health practitioners use biocommunication to help them make better decisions for their patients. That’s why this technology is referred to as decision support technology. It’s important to note that ZYTO scans do not treat or diagnose.
Bioenergetic Technology Overview
Bioenergetic Medicine combines leading-edge technology with Western and Oriental medical theories and adds a crucial component for any practice wishing to achieve the best results with the fewest side-effects while drastically reducing cost. Bioenergetic technology may be divided into three broad categories characterized by each unit’s degree of credibility based on A. method of measurement, B. level of interference by the practitioner, C. ability to give consistently-credible information, and D. ease of use.
How bioenergetic technology interfaces with the body
The most common method of measurement in category one and two devices is Galvanic Skin Response (GSR), which is a global marker for measuring brain activity related to clinical stress. This makes it useful not only for polygraph tests, but also to measure responses to any type of health challenge.
More specifically, in order to maintain (or regain) optimal health, the body’s systems must maintain balance. To do so, it must continually react to hundreds or thousands of stressors (bacteria, toxins, physical injury, negative emotions, and even gravity – as blood pressure throughout the body must be regulated depending on the body’s position). GSR shifts each time the brain reacts to any stressor and the degree of that reaction is captured by the measuring technology.
A promising future for medicine
Bioenergetic Technology promises to revolutionize the healthcare industry by providing vast amounts of reliable information quickly, non-invasively, and inexpensively. It is not a replacement for other medical approaches, but optimizes them by assisting medical professionals in selecting the best course and easily personalizing their application to each individual patient.