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3.3 Receptor Activation Using Frequency Modulation (FM) Copy

Just as psychopharmaceuticals affect physiology by inhibiting or initiating synaptic transmission in the chemical synapse, molecular conformational changes including cell function can also be amplified in the electrical synapse by promoting receptor activation with the transmission of bioelectrical signals with frequencies that perfectly match the resonance of different receptors.

Frequency modulation (FM) is the basis of electromedicine and the Alpha-Stim® technology. It involves supplying a multitude of frequencies in order to activate receptors and change physiology within the body. The key is the theory that the body tends toward normalcy and has the ability to return to homeostasis given the raw materials required.

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