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Evidências da eficácia de um método de biorressonância na cessação do tabagismo:um estudo piloto






Pihtili A.a · Galle M.b · Cuhadaroglu C.c · Kilicaslan Z.a · Issever H.d · Erkan F.a · Cagatay T.a · Gulbaran Z.a

Forsch Komplementmed 2014;21:239-245

Complementary Medicine Research

Original Article · Originalarbeit




Introdução: Desde a década de 1970, a terapia de biorressonância MORA tem sido aplicada globalmente no contexto da medicina complementar para várias indicações. A este respeito, os profissionais também relatam uma aplicação bem-sucedida na cessação do tabagismo. O presente estudo tem como objetivo verificar esses relatos em um ambiente de estudo controlado. Métodos: Para atingir o objetivo supracitado, submetemos o método de biorressonância a um estudo prospectivo, controlado por placebo, duplo-cego, de grupo paralelo, envolvendo 190 fumantes. Em ambos os grupos de estudo (placebo n = 95; grupo de biorressonância ativa; n = 95), o curso do tratamento e as condições do estudo foram padronizados. Resultados: 1 semana (77,2% vs. 54,8%), 2 semanas (62,4% vs. 34,4%), 1 mês (51,1% vs. 28,6%) e 1 ano (28,6% vs. 16,1%) após o tratamento, a taxa de sucesso no grupo verum diferiu significativamente dos resultados no grupo placebo. Além disso, a condição de saúde subjetiva após o tratamento e a avaliação subjetiva da eficácia, pesquisadas após 1 semana, foram significativamente mais positivas entre os participantes do grupo de terapia de biorressonância ativa do que entre aqueles no grupo placebo. Não foram observados efeitos secundários adversos. Conclusão: De acordo com os achados alcançados por este estudo piloto, a terapia de biorressonância é clinicamente eficaz na cessação do tabagismo e não mostra efeitos colaterais adversos© 2014 S. Karger GmbH, Freiburg



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