NES HEALTH

Scanning the Body field

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The BioEnergetiX WellNES System allows medical and alternative health practitioners to quickly and easily restore client health using a proprietary 3-step process: 


Step 1 

Scan clients body field. Practitioner will view the scan and assess the information.


miHealth

We will can give you the miHealth recommends treatment  immediately to begin releasing any blockages

Step 2 

 We will  give you the miHealth recommends treatment immediately to begin releasing any blockages in your body field.   

Infoceuticical

Step two practitioner will recommend infoceuticicals and miHealth functions.

  Step 3

Step 3 practitioner will recommend infoceuticicals and miHealth functions. Selected infoceuticals will be delivered to your home or we will provided them in therapy.   

MiHealth for pain

The mihealth can aid in reducing pain for lower back, arthritis, tennis elbow, sprains, sore muscles and many more. 

Clinical trials

The MiHealth non invasive magnetic pulses creates a signal in the tissue to enhance cellular repair. Clinical trials have shown improvements in healing soft tissue injury, reducing inflammation, encouraging bone growth and alleviating pain.  

Treatment

The mihealth can be used on body or off body, depending on the clients preference. Clients will also be given tools and  mindfulness techniques to do at home. 

Mindfulness

What mindfulness is and how it can help

  

Where Mindfulness comes from 

Mindfulness has been used for thousands of years. It is derived from Buddhism, but more recently it has been brought over to the west and used in modern science and medicine. Kabat Zinn was responsible for bringing this technique over to the west. He implemented classes and workshops across the medical profession and large companies such as Google. Mindfulness has also been used to train Olympic athletes. The main aims are to reduce a person’s “automatic pilot” stay present, focused and open you to gratitude.


What is mindfulness?

"Mindfulness means paying attention in a particular way; on purpose in the present moment and non-judgementally to things as they are." (Jon Kabat-Zinn) 


Mindfulness is a state of active, open attention on the present. When you're mindful, you observe your thoughts and feelings from a distance, without judging them good or bad. Instead of letting your life pass you by, mindfulness means living in the moment and awakening to experience. It is also about being present and noticing exactly what is happening right here and now. 

Not thinking about the past or the present but focusing totally on the moment you are in. It is recognition of sanity in the exact moment. If you exercise regularly, quite often this involves focus on the physical body. Mindfulness is about having an awareness of your mind. The mind and body are joined. It is a bit like going to the gym for the mind. The more you  exercise your mind and practice it, the better you get at it. (Gym example) if you want to have a six pack and I was to say to you, go to the gym for 6 days a week and exercise for 6 weeks, your muscle would become stronger and you would get the six pack you wanted. However, if you don’t go to the gym you would not gain a six pack. This is what mindfulness is like, if you practice the techniques and bring it into your everyday life you will become mindful. 


We can help put mindfulness into your everything life 


It can be applied to 

· When sitting and breathing 

· Before sleep 


 In Action

· Walking and exercising

· When you are eating 

· Working 

· House work 

· Gardening 

· At a job interview

· On a date

· In the shower

· Driving 

· Problem solve


Benefits of mindfulness 


Over the last several years, thousands of compelling scientific studies have found evidence that a regular, consistent mindfulness practice can offer a wide range of healing benefits and mindfulness meditation is linked to health benefits. The data includes numerous clinical studies performed by science and medical departments at major universities, this includes the university of Oxford in the U.K., University of Massachusetts Medical School in the U.S.A, The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) and special features in more popular publications ranging from The Wall Street Journal to Time magazine to The New York Times. There is now compelling evidence that mindfulness meditation is a powerful tool in managing anxiety and stress, pain relief, restful sleep, cognitive functions, physical and emotional well-being. Therefore helping future stresses, have less impact on our happiness and well-being. 




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