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  1. BioRegulation Therapy (BRT)
    On January 9, 2019, Michael Cohen, Director and Chief of Neurotechnology at the Center for Brain will be providing a Webinar on Bioregulation Therapy (BRT) as part of the NewMind Lunch & Learn guest speaker series.
    So.. What is BRT you ask?
    Bioregulation Therapy (BRT) is a non-invasive, intervention that works with the human body at a cellular level. In doing so, it helps the body to heal. Cohen notes, “BRT is a form of biofeedback, a body balancing method whereby a computer reads the electrical impulses (frequencies) being emitted by the cells in your body. It filters out the disharmonic “unhealthy” vibrations that interfere with optimal cell communication (and thus interfere with their optimal functioning). It amplifies the “healthy” harmonic frequencies, and sends them back to the cells. These harmonic frequencies “invigorate” the cells and encourage them to function the way they are supposed to.”
    The body’s nervous system then uses that feedback to reorganize itself and improve its own intercellular communication. With the feedback, the cells better align themselves within the organ system and entire body. One company that produces BRT equipment is Lenyosys™.
    Our health is negatively impacted every waking day.
    Daily life stressors, the environment, and toxins negatively impact people every day. We know that internal and environmental sources can contribute to the breakdown of the body’s overall health. Factors that may influence our health include but are not limited to chemicals, toxins, negative emotional states and emotional stressors, and poor diet leading to nutritional deficiencies. Technological advances also have negative health impacts including EMFs from computers, cell phones, wireless devices, microwave ovens and high-power electrical lines.
    Many of us are exposed to these negative items and events on a daily basis, multiple times per day leading to a cumulative effect. As these negative events and environmental factors continue and increase, communication exchanges between the bodies cells are disrupted or blocked. One result is that the body’s cells, tissues and organs may be compromised and unhealthy symptoms follow.
    How BRT works
    Every organ in the body produces it own signature /bio-electromagnetic field and the bodies cells communicate via electromagnetic signals, or fields. Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy or PEMF Therapy alters energy fields to enhance cellular functioning. Controlled and pulsed electromagnetic frequencies (PEMF) can deliver health enhancing EMFs to the cells.
    BRT sessions are non-invasive and non-intrusive. During a session, the client/patient sit in a comfortable chair and relaxes during the BRT session. BRT devices deliver a very low-intensity electromagnetic signals. Through frequency and modulation, these signals create gentle electromagnetic field changes that facilitate improved cellular energy within the body.
    Benefits of BRT include and may result in: allergy symptom and hypersensitivity improvements, calming and anxiety reduction, cell function improvement and regeneration, circulation and blood oxygen level enhancement, detoxification, digestive system improvements, energy balancing, healing, immune system improvements, inflammation reduction, muscle tension reduction, muscle and joint aches reduction, relaxation, sleep improvement, and stress reduction.
    Come join us on the 9th.
    Rob Longo, NewMind Technology Blogger

  2. You’re welcome. Michael does a nice job presenting. He is at ISNR most years doing talks. I’m sure this we ill be a nice w Webinar.

  3. Hi Rob,
    thank you so much for this most informative blog. The world of electromagnetics is a mystery to many of us yet it sounds like it can be a powerful and healing modality. I am looking forward to learning more and seeing how it can be integrated with neurofeedback. As always you share what you know and give so generously of your time and I am very grateful.
    Best,
    Honey

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