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Bioregulatory Systems medicine

Systems-orientated medicine takes into consideration all multifactorial inferences to the biological function. Individually orientated treatment removes such dysregulation, and specifically, Bioregulatory Medicine looks into healing resources hidden into higher (PNEI) and lower homeostatic systems.

Principles of Systems Medicine

Multi-target homeostasis regulation
Biological systems are made up of complex physiological informational networks which interact with each other to maintain balance and optimal health. This balancing mechanism is known as Homeostasis or Bioregulation which acts on self-regulatory feedback principles. Bioregulatory treatment targets feedback mechanisms by establishing interupted bioinformation flow betwen systems.

Personal growth and self-consciousness
Systems approach includes personal or consciousness growth, as it belongs to the highest system-level, that may de-create disease imbalance. Carefully devised Neurovegetative protocol removes erroneous perceptions that blocks higher neural functioning.

Dysregulatory factors removal
One of the key elements in the Systems' approach is to identify and eliminate all the factors that act as an obstacle to normal functioning.

Inflammatory regulation
Regulation of the appropriate inflammatory response to achieve tissue regulation

Lower systems regulation
Regulation of the cellular systems by providing all nutrients for gene expression, and receptor activation by hormones, neurotransmitters and other biological molecules

Higher systems regulation
Stimulates and balance psychoneuroimmunoendocrine-PNEI systems and their network interaction