The aim of smoking cessation therapy with German bioresonance technology is to remove the frequencies emitted by harmful substances such as addictive nicotine from the body. Therapies are performed using the latest technology German origin bioresonance devices.
After smoking a last cigarette in our center, the frequencies taken from this cigarette are electronically reversed and given back to the body in the form of frequency waves. The procedure aims to eliminate the body’s need for nicotine. After the therapy, the person may think of cigarettes, but they do not want to smoke as before.
Smoking damages the lungs, making smokers more vulnerable to respiratory viruses like COVID-19. The virus can cause severe respiratory failure in individuals with damaged lung tissue due to smoking. Quitting smoking can directly impact not only the smoker but also their relatives’ well-being.
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The bioresonance method for smoking cessation has been used for years without serious side effects. However, during toxin cleansing, which is a secondary effect of smoking treatment, some individuals may experience weakness, exhaustion, headache, nausea, and sweating if they do not follow detox warnings.
Bioresonance therapy is not recommended for epilepsy patients and in the first trimester of pregnancy. There are no other health-related obstacles for the application.