Biofield therapy helps direct the subtle, unseen energy that surrounds our bodies. Reports in 2015 suggest that biofield therapies can help ambulatory and hospitalized patients by alleviating chronic pain and movement restrictions.
Over 1. 6 million Americans use biofield therapy at least once a year, so evidence that it is helpful is growing. Choosing biofield therapy is becoming a practical choice for many people who deal with chronic health issues.
A recent survey conducted by the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH) queried 31,000 people, and 55% of them indicated they rely on complementary health methods to improve overall well-being. These non-invasive, hands-on healing techniques are believed to promote a state of well-being and rejuvenation.
Are these methods really effective? How can biofield therapy help treat various health ailments? Let’s take a deeper dive into the field of complementary therapies.
What is biofield therapy?
Biofield therapies use a subtle approach to manipulate our body’s surrounding energy field. This energy system has three primary elements: meridians, chakras, and auras. Meridians are lines of energy that run all around the body. Chakras are energy centers that correspond to specific internal organs and nerve bundles. An aura is a luminous net of energy that surrounds your body.
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