Bioregeneration history

Instrumental bioremodeling began with O. in 1938 , with a urine-activated alarm system to prevent children from wetting the bed. But that did not happen until the end of the 60s, they used a bioremodeling EEG to observe and record the states of alteration and self-regulation of yogis, this was when bioremodeling began to attract great attention.


The idea that a person can learn to modify their vital functions is relatively new. Before the 1960s, many scientists believed that autonomic functions such as heart beat and pulse, digestion, blood pressure, brain waves, and muscle behavior could not be controlled. Recently, bioregeneration along with other self-regulation methods such as guided imagery, progressive relaxation, and meditation have found wide acceptance among physiologists and psychologists alike. Bioregeneration is a method of learning how to consciously regulate unconscious body functions such as breathing, heartbeat and blood pressure, to improve health. It refers to any process that is immediately measured and reported on the biological system of the person by means of the instrument so that the person can consciously influence it.

How bioregeneration works

A person who wishes to regulate his heart rate can do so by means of a bioregeneration device that has a flashing light indication or an audible signal that represents the heartbeat. To learn to alter the rhythm of flashes or sounds, the subject can subtly program the control of their heart rate. “The skills acquired through bioregeneration training are retained by the individual even after using the device”, “In fact, with practice the skill to continue bioregeneration is acquired. It’s like taking tennis lessons. If you stop taking lessons, but continue to play your game, it will get better every time. The same thing happens with bioregeneration, the more practical it is, the better it will be. ” The effects of bioregeneration can be measured in several ways: measuring with a monitor the temperature of the skin influenced by the blood flow under it; measuring with a monitor the galvanic response of the skin, through its electrical conductivity; observing muscle tension by means of an electro-myogram (EMG); tracking heart rhythm with an electrocardiogram [ECG and using an electro-encephalogram (EEG) monitor, brain wave activity can be measured. The electrodes are placed on the patient’s skin (simple and painless process). The patient is then instructed to use various techniques such as meditation, relaxation, and visualization to obtain the desired response (muscle relaxation, slowing the heart rate, or lowering the body temperature). The instrument used for bioregeneration “informs” the patient of his progress by changing the speed of sounds or flashes. Normal, healthy, “relaxed” readings include fairly warm skin, low sweat gland activity (this makes the skin conductivity lower), and even a slow heart rate. Bioregeneration technologies use computation to offer a fast and detailed analysis of the activities of the complex human system. Bioregeneration practitioners translate the changes in the readings to help the patient learn how to stabilize their erratic and unhealthy biological functions.

Use of a bioregeneration apparatus for relaxation

Bioregeneration training has a wide range of applications for health and prevention, particularly in cases where psychological factors play a role. Sleep disorders, childhood hyperactivity and other behavioral disorders respond well to bioregeneration, as well as dysfunctions resulting from inadequate control over muscles or groups of these. Incontinence, postural problems, back pain, temporomandibular joint syndrome (TEMS) and even loss of control due to the brainor nerve damage, all have improvement when patients practice bioregeneration. Bioregeneration is also practiced to help with other problems such as cardiac dysfunctions, gastrointestinal disorders (heartburn, ulcers, irritable bowel syndrome), difficulty swallowing, esophageal dysfunction, tinnitus, sudden eyelid pulling, fatigue and cerebral palsy. Severe structural problems such as bone fractures and herniated discs are, among others, the only issues that bioregeneration does not respond to.

Stress-related disorders

One of the most common uses for bioregeneration is the treatment of stress and its related disorders, which include insomnia, SATM, migraines, asthma, high blood pressure, gastrointestinal disorders, and muscle dysfunctions.


Insomnia can often be successfully treated through bioregeneration, provided the appropriate form of bioregeneration is used with the specific type of insomnia. “Bioregeneration is appropriate when the insomnia is due to an overactivation of the autonomic nervous system” “Bioregeneration with EEG, however, can be used similarly when the insomnia is due to a mental-emotional problem and not a physical problem. I use it particularly with people who have obsessive thoughts when they go to sleep. Their bodies relax very well, but they cannot blank their minds and entertain themselves with whatever comes to them. This is when EEG bioregeneration is most effective. “


The use of bioregeneration to treat migraines began as an unforeseen discovery at the Menninger Clinic (previously Menninger Foundation) in the early 1960s. Elmer Green, Ph.D. and Alyce Green measured a woman’s skin temperature to detect her physiological changes while she performed a series of relaxation exercises. They noticed an unexpected 10 degree increase in the temperature of the hand. When asked, she reported that the headache she had had disappeared at that time. The Greens pioneered the use of the temperature bioregeneration device and taught their patients to relieve migraines simply by using relaxation techniques to raise the temperature of their hands.


Asthma responds especially well to bioregeneration. A recently conducted 15-month follow-up study of 17 asthmatics trained in bioregeneration to increase inhalation volume, all participants reported visits to emergency centers with fever, decreased need for medication, as well as decreased seizures and severity of panting.


Bioregeneration is an effective tool to teach people self-regulation and relaxation to lower blood pressure.3 The greatest successes are with patients who combine bioregeneration with relaxation, visualization, exercise, and a low-salt diet.

Muscle dysfunctions

In order to prevent damage or correct injuries. For example, a runner with a knee muscle problem underwent EMG and Dr. immediately noticed that this runner had a disproportion of his thigh mass shifted to the side. The inner thigh muscles were diagnosed as stronger than the outer ones. To correct this imbalance, the patient only needed to exercise the outer thigh muscles. Undergoing EMG, the patient was able to check exactly when his outer muscles were in the same strength condition as the others.

The future of bioregeneration

The latest developments in bioregeneration concern the self-regulation of bodily functions that, until now, have been considered inaccessible. “The most exciting innovation regarding bioregeneration would be to provide people with step-by-step remodeling of changes in chemical levels within the bloodstream,” “In other words, having equipment that can monitor, for example, the hormonal levels at a certain moment and regenerating them as desired, allows, in turn, the person to learn to influence those levels. This currently has incredible potential. ” Clearly, as technology advances and bioregeneration devices will become more affordable and accessible,

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