Our body is full of perfect electrical, chemical, hormonal and cellular actions. Our brain in itself manages all the parts of our body, building a neural system network, our lungs transfer oxygen to blood cells, the heart carries oxygenic and oxygenless blood to the body and lungs, our liver works as a refinery, separating all the toxic substances and producing useful ones, kidneys are balancing water and salt in our body and help to throw toxic substances from our body, gastrointestinal system, adrenals, thyroid and other systems of our body works for the maintenance of our bodies. Of course, there is a communication system for all of these processes and a maestro! Our heart is so sensitive that it realizes even a tiny modification during the functioning of these systems and changes it’s excretions accordingly. Like a maestro who hears the mistake of an instrument and corrects it with a gesture. In other words, our heart works in synchronization with all of our organs and when there is even a little malfunctioning during the process it changes it’s rhythm to protect the order and synchronicity and sends signals to other organs which are also trying to preserve this harmony. With today’s technology, we can detect these signals, we can understand and analyze them. With the last 10 years of scientific researches, we know that the heart has an “intelligence” which we call “the heart intelligence”. Now, we have a chance to know sympathetic and parasympathetic activities which we call autonomic nerve system, hormonal system, sleep and nutrition routines, and many other interbody electrical incidents thanks to our hearts. We get the chance to detect the life energy, biological ages, possibilities of future chronical diseases (cardiac diseases, cancer, etc.), benefits and non-benefits of an individuals’ physical activities like training and sport, the effects of the nutrition routines and many other facts. Protection and maintenance of a healthy life which is the primary aim of preventive medicine is now being presented to people with a scientific test which we call Heart Rate Variability (HRV) test, with a 4 cm. and 10 grams of a wearable chip.
This device called Patch-ECG, which can be stuck to the upper left chest like a plaster, records the signals which are coming from our bodies while sending these signals to a health institution instantly. That is to say, the “Telemetry” function in hospitals is now possible not only inside of a hospital but also between cities, countries and even continents. We can now, follow the heartbeats of our patients who are in Australia from our hospital in Ankara. Patch ECG does not work as a regular ECG device, it calculates msec variations of heart rates. These variations are the modifications that our heart does against the interbody actions like a maestro. When we visualize what this maestro does, we can collect information about the vitality of an individual or how durable is a person against daily stresses, the body immunity and even the rate of cell renewal of a person during his/her sleep, muscle and organs’ blood build-up rate, etc.
Let’s take a look at this subject with an example: You can see below a 24-hour HRV Life Energy Analyze of a 20 years old male user. 0,25 level shows the dead sleep and cell renewal periods. 0,10 level shows the resistance against daily stress and tension changes. Low levels such as 0,01-0,03 show muscle and organs’ blood up rates (perfusion). According to these results, we can say that this individual is pretty healthy.
20 years-old Male user, student, no stress, sportive, unproblematic night sleep
In Life Energy Test with Patch ECG, there is a daily activity protocol. The user notes the activities and situations that he experiences. This information is recorded in the database. In this way, concentration, healthy thinking ability, and even pensiveness data can be found in the test. Since 2016, certain institutions in Germany make tests to their candidate workers before and after they start working at on-site clinics and they measure working stress and burnout syndromes for early diagnosis.
Another example is the 45 years-old female user’s test. This person is on guard duty at nights who has 3 children with no chronical disease. However, in the Life Energy Analyze, her biological age was detected as 62. Her night sleep cell renewal rate (0,25 level, RSA) is very low as her daily life energy. This person has 65% of potential to be a cancer patient in 5 years if she does not make any modifications about her life. When comparing with the above user, we can see how low her life energy is. However, this female patient had her check-up recently and all of the biochemical data and examinations were normal.
45 years-old Female user, insomnia and fatigue, on guard duties at nights, mother of 3 children, biological age 62
52 years old company owner (male) has complaints about uneasiness, anxiety (fear coming from inside) and arrhythmia while there were no arrhythmia findings in the ECG test. He indicated that he feels highly fatigue and 10 days after the polyclinic examination he attempted suicide. This patient’s cardiac check-up examination, coronary angiography, echocardiography, and biochemical results were normal whereas in the HRV Analyze there were interesting results.
52 years-old, male user, Company Owner, Manager, biological age 82, suicide attempt, burn-out
This patients’ HRV analyze was pretty striking with poor quality of night sleep and almost no cell renewal. The protection potential of the body against daily stresses decreased to almost zero and he is living under the effect of “wicked” sempathetic activity. After 3-months of treatment, his levels began to turn back to normal states gradually.
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