The importance of biological rhythms and how to regulate them with radionicsEquipo de Soporte
There are several biological rhythms. The best known is the circadian rhythm, which distributes sleep and wakefulness, temperature, blood pressure and melatonin secretion (among other mechanisms). But there are also others related to the distribution of energy through different organs and systems (this rhythm is very much taken into account in Traditional Chinese Medicine).
When the rhythms are misaligned, disrupted or altered in any way, the body also misaligns its proper functioning and there is a greater chance that our immune system will be affected. Our attention span, mood and other aspects such as appetite or even libido are also altered.
A well-known disturbance is related to jet lag, which is a jet lag or imbalance in a person’s internal clock. It usually occurs when travelling long distances by plane, involving changes of time zones that are opposite to day and night. It may take five to ten days for the person to get used to the new conditions, so that he or she will feel sleepy during the day and stay awake at night until the body adapts to the new conditions.
The possibility of infections increases when the rhythms are altered, so sleeping well, eating properly and maintaining rest schedules is especially advisable to improve our response to any virus. But not only that, keeping our vital rhythms in order will allow us to be more physically prepared to face the possible discomfort and alterations related to vaccines.
With radionics, we can regulate our biological rhythms more easily using specific general balancing programmes and also programmes that have to do with the organ systems that are affected in our particular case. We recommend the use of the Radionic Lite software on the ARE X3 Pro device. It is very easy to use and automates processes to get the most out of your equipment.