Biomagnetism and the Endocrine GlandsVitality Magazine April 29, 2015
By Claudia Cabrera
Seasonal changes bring about changes in our bodies. Healthy individuals respond positively to spring season while others do not. As the vernal equinox sets in, biomagnetism can assist in key areas which have a great impact on us – allergies, metabolism, and mood swings. Biomagnetism was discovered and developed by Dr. Isaac Goiz and has since spread to many countries, including the U.S., South America, and Europe.
Conventional medicine considers allergies to be disorderly reactions of the immune system. Research supports the idea that allergies have a lot to do with a reaction or rather, a hypersensitivity of the immune system that damages the healthy cells of the body; these range from hay fever to food allergies. Patients are prescribed a variety of drugs which aim at suppressing specific responses of the immune system.
In contrast, the solution in biomagnetism lies with strengthening the immune system which is healed by eliminating the pathogens that may compromise the performance of relevant glands; once these are cleansed of viruses or bacteria, they protect the body in a proper way.
A unique area of influence of biomagnetism is related to the lymphatic network, a simple but vital system in the body as important as the circulatory system. To increase metabolism, one can stimulate the lymphatic system to improve the elimination and routing of bacteria as well as to produce friendly blood cells called lymphocytes. Through biomagnetism a therapist can optimize production of lymphocytes in the thymus gland and refine performance of the spleen which removes old blood cells, metabolizes hemoglobin, and recycles iron.
Biomagnetism has helped increase patients’ metabolism by increasing their energy levels. Harmonizing the functions of the endocrine glands (the hypothalamus, pituitary and adrenal glands, also called the HPA axis) results in an increase in energy levels and a balance of the neuroendocrine system that controls the reactions to numerous body processes, from stress to energy storage and expenditure. Vigorous endocrine glands have a desirable effect on the excretory organs and therefore, the beneficial effect of increased metabolism. When the adrenal glands are performing at their best, they stimulate the kidneys to eliminate toxins, and to excrete water at a proper rate. Many weight loss diets rely on risky chemicals to remove excessive waste liquids from the body, but this can be easily achieved by improving glandular efficiency with the biomagnetic pair.
A second group of glands – the hypothalamus, pituitary, and thyroid, also called the HPT axis – can be balanced with magnets. However, once a hyper or hypo-activity condition of the thyroid has been diagnosed, a therapist in biomagnetism can only support glandular treatment.
Therapists also have great success with the pineal gland in balancing the circadian rhythm and in treating various cases of insomnia. Additionally, excellent results have been achieved to relieve mild symptoms associated with diabetes – foot pain or frequent urination. A therapist can excite a sluggish pancreas into action with pairs of magnets; this results in production of digestive enzymes and vital hormones like insulin. To do this, the practitioner scans the head, body, and tail of the pancreas for the presence of bacteria and viruses with a simple kinesiology test and then cleanses accordingly. Remarkably, this therapy not only harmonizes, but also revitalizes the entire endocrine system.
Claudia Cabrera is a therapist in biomagnetism with more than seven years of experience in the field. Please call (416) 750-0608, or visit www.biomagnetismtoronto.com