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Overwhelmed
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Can anyone tell me about their experiences (good or bad) they had with Bio-energetic testing. I have my first one scheduled soon and not sure about the whole thing.

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Which test? Does it have a name?

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It's just the device that tests all aspects of the body. Not any one specific function/ system. My new doctor will be using bio-energetic testing by taking readings over 5,000 items, and then printing out results that look at body'a strengths and weaknesses. Some are- hormonal imbalances, fatigue issues, blood sugar issues, sleep, circulatory disturbances, metabolic issues, digestive issues, heavy metal toxitotoes, candida, etc., etc. anyone have any experience with this type of test?
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This test was not helpful to me. I don't think it was very accurate. And from one day to the next the results will change.

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So, did you decide to not take any of the recommended supplements after your test? And, what gave you the idea it was not accurate?
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I love biofeedback. It's quite helpful in determining nutrient deficiency, toxins, food allergies, etc. I muscle test everything myself, but whenever I've done biofeedback, it has helped to identify what was going on with my body.

Doing this over a period of time has helped me recognized things going on with my body so I know what to work on, and also helped to correct some stuff. So I take the recommended supplements if they muscle test well for me.

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What kind of things were wrong with your body?
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Nutrient deficiencies, miasms, leaky gut, prions, heavy metals, pesticides, cavitations, horomone issues, thyroid, basically all kinds of endocrine issues, and bugs I didn't know I had (and more). Even cancer popped up a few times for me. These things don't all pop at once, the body can only take so much. They appear slowly.

That is why it takes time to discover them, and work on them. If you don't know what's wrong, you can't fix it. That is the benefit of biofeedback.

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I had the biofeedback done several times in different places. The only time supplements were suggested was at a doctor's office who sold the supplements.

I do agree with Catgirl that each time you may get different results.

My results never showed anything but the Lyme which I already knew I had and the one time it showed I needed fish oil. It never showed heavy metals, candida, endocrine issues, parasites etc.

Ironically, the biofeedback never showed the co-infections that had been determined by blood tests.

However, part of it is in the person administering the test. They have to do it correctly and part of it is in being receptive to the test.

So, I am not against biofeedback at all. It was just not helpful for me.

I do see an energy healer and found that much more helpful, but not everyone does.

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That sounds like EAV. I've done that and asyra (both are biofeedback but asyra is more and doesn't matter who gives the test).

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