In human physiology, numerous autoregulating systems steer the basic physiological processes in the body. Respiratory rate, blood pressure, heart beat, glucose level, progesterone/estrogen levels are only a few examples of subtle autoregulating systems. Each of these autoregulating systems has a set point and a set point margin, where in between, the regulating process fluctuates to maintain homeostasis. 1
Disease can be defined as a condition in which one or more autoregulating systems are no longer oscillating between the set point margin of the respective autoregulating system. It is the objective in Bioregulatory Medicine to restore normal functioning of autoregulating systems.
Biopuncture acts through the stimulus of injection to effect bioregulation with the end objective of autoregulation.
1. Smit A, O'Byrne A, Van Brandt B, Bianchi I, Kuestermann K. Introduction to Bioregulatory Medicine. Stuttgart, Germany: Thieme; 2009