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Asthma and Supplemental Therapy Using Bioresonance

Asthma is a respiratory disease that impacts breathing and can cause ‘attacks’ where patients wheeze and can’t breath properly. While inhalers are the primary solution to the symptoms of asthma, additional therapies such as Bioresonance can be added to help the body deal with the condition.

Asthma

Asthma is a type of respiratory disease that directly affects your airways of the lungs that causes difficulty in breathing. Our body’s exposure to various harmful substances triggers allergies and allergens, such as pollen, dust mites, and pollution. There are also chances of genetic tendency to develop this allergic condition. Asthma symptoms can be wheezing, coughing severe chest tightness, and fast breathing. These symptoms may vary according to the disease condition from person to person.

According to the World Health Organization research, more than 260 million people suffered from asthma in 2019. There are various types of asthma that include bronchial asthma, childhood asthma, adult-onset asthma, allergic asthma, and cccupational asthma. Allergic asthma is the common type, affecting 60% of people.

Bioresonance as a Supplementary Therapy

Patients are now considering Bioresonance therapy as a supplementary therapy to help deal with the symptoms of asthma. Bioresonance can also assist in maintaining the immune system to reduce the attack ferocity.

Bioresonance therapy also assists the body in the reduction of toxins, which helps the body to restore self-regulation and healing.

Contact us today to discuss how Mora and Bioresonance therapies could help you

Call: 07956 845 408 or Email: info@moramedtech.co.uk
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