20 May 2019, “Dear Rob, Thank you for clarifying using the pulse meter. I can do listening!! Adjusting my breathing as per your system does not sound too difficult. I will let you know in say 10 days, to give it time to show even better results. My Appointment with my GP is Thursday and … Read moreTestimonial. A Lady In Her 80s From UK Worried About Needing A Pacemaker.
The RSA Response and How We Can Use it to Measure and Improve Health RSA is the abbreviation for respiratory sinus arrhythmia. This is where the sinus rate increases with inspiration and decreases with expiration. RSA is not an abnormal rhythm and is most common in young healthy people. When phasic changes in sinus rate … Read moreThe RSA Response Helps To Measure Health & Fitness
More Efficient And Effective Heart health science is moving forward with some very interesting and important developments. Not least in the application of artificial brain cells to create a more efficient, effective and advanced heart pacemaker. This new pacemaker technology is based on the natural phenomenon of the Respiratory Sinus Arrhythmia response (RSA). These extracts … Read morePacemakers With an Artificial Brain
Have you got it? Young people have more of it, but older, unfit and unwell people tend to have less of it. Many animal species show signs of it. It sounds like a disorder, but in fact it is a normal biological phenomenon. The loss of it is regarded medically as an indicator of cardiac … Read moreThe Natural Answer To An Erratic Heartbeat
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