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What is Bioregulatory Medicine?
Bioregulatory Medicine is an integrative, homeostatic, multifactorial, personalized, systems, health building approach to health and wellness. Bioregulatory Medicine shifts the emphasis from diagnosis and treatment of disease towards facilitating health and wellness by strengthening and rebalancing health within the individual.
Bioregulatory Medicine utilizes what we already know from the research and science of evidence-based medicine and it builds on these factors and incorporates other well-known modalities to give a comprehensive approach regarding both investigative and therapeutic aspects.
The key objective of Bioregulatory Medicine is to support and regulate homeostasis (reestablish balance) within the body systems, using a multifactorial therapeutic approach. Since the body is not a stagnant linear flow of one-directional information, neither should the treatment plan. Treatment protocols address multiple systems at the same time to match the amazing diverse communication and functioning systems of the body in order to address the cumulative issues and toxins.
Bioregulatory medicine utilizes a “systems” approach in treatment strategies. Patient protocols are targeted to rehydrate, re-mineralize, detoxify, re-energize, and restore ones specific structural resistances and postural misalignments, and provide psychotherapeutic support and guidance as necessary to bring about resolution of inner conflict or therapeutic gain.
Protocols are based on a thorough assessment of the unique individuality of each client (external and internal health disrupting factors, such as disturbed genome, lifestyle, diet, postural, structural, psychological, environmental or cultural specificities), their health and wellness goals, and dis-ease processes. Strategies selected are based on therapeutic probabilities and clinical research.
What are the Benefits of Bioregulatory Medicine?
Benefits of treatment with Bioregulatory medicine could include, but are not limited to:
What is the Sequential Timeline?
The sequential timeline in Bioregulatory Medicine is used to find associations between traumatic events and illnesses to the emergence of dis-ease states. Bioregulatory Practitioners often find correlations between a trauma and the onset of dis-ease or feeling unwell. Mental, emotional and physical traumas, accumulate over our lifetime, and in many cases are combined. For example car accidents can often trigger IBS, sleep disturbances, anxiety as well as chronic back pain, headaches etc… Like the straw that broke the camel’s back and our less than ideal lifestyles (running on too little sleep, convenience foods, lack of hydration etc...) traumas eventually pile up and overwhelm an already stressed body resulting in states of unbalance, illness, and disease. Because of the body’s inability to properly heal due to a shortage of sleep, nutrients, stress etc… a very small trauma or event can launch a full blown dis-ease state. These traumas are addressed in chronological reverse order to eliminate the negative impact they had on the person. This process leads to a state of health and recovery.
Some examples of traumas that are treated are: car accidents, emotions like grief, loss, abandonment, fear, anger, humiliation, and envy, childhood diseases, vaccinations, dental work, surgeries, x-rays, prescription medications, recreational drugs, abuse, and infections.
What is the Purpose of the NSOL Remedy?
NSOL is a combination homeopathic formula that is given to many patients during Bioregulatory treatment to slowly lap away at the emotions/ reactions accumulated over a life time which every human experiences, sometimes in many cases daily. The remedy helps to soften the accumulated impact of these unresolved emotions, making it easier for the body to process them properly and release them. NSOL covers the main emotions a human can experience. The remedy also provides balance throughout the day by helping the body to properly perceive and process circumstances and situations.
NSOL is prescribed in its entirety in nearly all cases, however there are always exceptions and remedies may be omitted or given separately depending on one’s life and their life story as expressed in their Sequential Timeline and current needs.
What is a Constitutional Remedy?
The constitutional remedy may be given throughout Bioregulatory treatment. It is used to support the patient by bringing balance and grounding. It also helps to bolster the immune system of the patient, providing inner strength, making it less likely that the patient will experience acute illness or disease as the body is less susceptible to invasion.
The constitution is based on the individuals basic preferences in life, from the time of day they have the most energy, food likes and dislikes, level of thirst, sleep position, learning styles, interactions with family and society, fears, and even weather preferences to name a few. Patients are asked to reflect back to childhood, as many of us “grow into” or “learn” to tolerate or accept things as a part of our life, which gives a skewed view of who they are in a true state of health.
We look at six Genotypes and six Phenotypes. The Genotypes are Silicea, Phosphorus, Pulsatilla, Lycopodium, Calcerea carbonica and Sulphur, the Phenotypes are Natrum muriaticum, Sepia, Lachesis, Staphysagria, Nux- Vomica and Arsenicum.
The Phenotypes are states of unbalance, they are states of adaptation due to stress in the patient’s life. Phenotypes represent coping mechanisms of the patient. These adaptation processes occur after a trauma, or series of traumas (including physical, mental and emotional events) have been experienced. When the patient cannot bring themselves back into a state of balance (their Genotype) after a trauma, they enter into a Phenotype to try and cope as best as they can, leaving the patient in a state of unbalance. As unbalance continues, the more likely a state of disease can result as the person is not able to cope appropriately and both external and internal stressors continue increase causing further disruption and distortion as to how the body is able to function.
Why is Detoxification and Drainage Important?
Drainage and detoxification is prescribed to nearly every patient based on their therapeutic requirements. As the body becomes overwhelmed with the input of toxins through what we eat, drink, breathe, input into our brains, or absorb through our skin, the toxins accumulate and cause the functioning of the organs and systems to slow down and not function properly. The improper functioning leads to a host of issues from improper signalling and communication, to hormone disruption, digestive complaints, bowel issues, headaches, fatigue and the emergence or aggravation of chronic degenerative disease.
Detoxification and Drainage are designed to help activate the main organs of elimination (kidneys, liver, lungs, and skin) and their capacity to eliminate toxins from the body.
When a patient starts Bioregulatory treatment and the body starts to heal and move towards a state of optimum health, the body will naturally release the toxins that it has been storing as it now has the energy and the open pathways to do so. Toxins are stored in the body rather than eliminated due to the inability of the body to function at its optimum due to stress, overload and dis-ease conditions. Drainage is necessary to ensure that when the organs of elimination are functioning properly, the patient will not suffer from the side effects of the body healing itself through the release of the stored toxins and waste products. There are many types of supplements and Nanopharmaceuticals that can be used to both detoxify (get the organs of elimination to release their stored toxins and waste products) and drain (encourage the toxins to leave the body) through the emunctories (pathways of elimination).
What Are the Causes of Unbalance/ Illness/ or Dis-ease?
There are six causes that contribute to dis-ease:
Dis-ease can be caused by any component on its own or in any combination, and any component can cause or aggravate another causative factor, thereby triggering an unbalance/ illness/ or dis-ease.
“Disease is a general condition of one’s environment” – Gunther Enderlein