The devices used for quantum biofeedback therapy apply principles of electric engineering, sending soft electric pulses through the body. Clients regularly ask us whether quantum biofeedback therapy is safe, because of the electric current involved. Rest assured: quantum biofeedback is perfectly risk-free and comes with no side effects.
How does it work?
In a healthy body, all cells vibrate at a frequency that is uniquely designed for them. The cells emit electromagnetic waves that together form a circuit. Quantum biofeedback scientists call this circuit the body electric.
A quantum biofeedback device sends a very gentle electric current through the body. By doing so, it establishes a feedback loop that looks for problems with the body electric. The feedback loop focuses on abnormalities, including vitamin deficiencies, bad nutrient levels, brain waves that point to stress, inflammation, allergies or addictions. In some cases, the feedback loop can even re-educate cells that are out of balance.
Quantum biofeedback has no side-effects
Quantum biofeedback has no known side effects. Quantum biofeedback therapy is therefore perfectly safe:
- The quantum biofeedback device sets out to fix the body electric through gentle electrical pulses.
- All you have to do is relax while the quantum biofeedback device and software re-educate the cells that have lost their balance.
The voltage used is so low that most clients don’t even feel it. If they do, they describe the sensation as warm and pleasant. However, it is recommended to steer away from quantum biofeedback if you are carrying a pacemaker.
Not suitable for pacemakers
While quantum biofeedback in itself is risk-free, people with pacemakers form the exception to the rule. This does not, however, imply that quantum feedback therapy is dangerous. The electric current may interfere with pacemakers but remains too low to cause any detrimental effects for people who do not carry such a device.
Ideal alternative therapy
Because quantum biofeedback has no side effects, it is a popular method for people looking for alternatives that involve taking control of their own health. Moreover, even long after the training is over, the brain remembers the new, more efficient pathways that have been created and that make drugs or other therapies work better. In that way, quantum biofeedback serves as a catalyst for many traditional treatments, boosting their effects.
It is not unusual for people who struggle with addiction and have included quantum biofeedback therapy in their rehabilitation program to still be reaping the benefits years after finishing their final session.
However, please note to always follow your doctor’s advice concerning the therapies you may follow and any medication you may take. We do not recommend quitting or reducing any treatment without consulting with your practitioner first.