Getting a ZYTO biocommunication scan is a simple and painless process. Simply place your hand on the ZYTO hand cradle while a scan is run. During the scan, subtle energetic impulses are introduced to your body through multiple input channels including the hand cradle. Your body will naturally respond to this communication and the ZYTO software records each response. Although a few people may be able to sense this energetic communication, most are unaware that the scan is taking place. Depending on your healthcare provider administering the scan, the length of the scan can be as little as three minutes or much longer.
Scans are organized into what are called biosurveys. You've probably filled out a survey before; a series of questions that you provide answers to. A biosurvey is essentially the same thing, only you don't answer the 'questions' consciously, you answer them subconsciously. With biocommunication scanning, the 'question' is the subtle energetic impulse called a Virtual Stimulus Item or VSI, and your response, which is recorded and analyzed by the ZYTO software, is a chance in the electrical properties of your skin.
Different biosurveys will include different VSIs. Some biosurveys are general in nature and include VSIs concerned with overall wellness, others include VSIs relating to specific areas of the body or body processes, and some may deal with environmental factors like toxins or allergens. A biosurvey can be as varied and versatile as any other survey.
Health practitioners use ZYTO products to help them make better decisions for their patients and clients. That's why ZYTO technology is referred to as decision support technology. It's important to note that ZYTO scans do not treat or diagnose.
How often should I get my ZYTO Scan?
Regular ZYTO scanning will provide you and your healthcare provider with up-to-date biocommunication information as your body and health needs change. Your healthcare provider will guide you with the specific schedule best for you.
Clinical studies have compared ZYTO scan reports with results produced by generally accepted diagnostic methods. One pilot study conducted in Beijing, China compared the results of a four-minute ZYTO scan to a two-day diagnostic workup on several hundred patients. The results showed a high correlation. This study was not undertaken with the idea that biocommunication scanning is an alternative to diagnostic testing, but to determine the clinical value of scan results as a guide for doctors ordering diagnostic workups.
There are no known contraindications for properly administered ZYTO scanning. The amount of energy used in a scan is so low that it is safe for infants, children, adults of all ages, for people with pacemakers, and pregnant women.