The Heart Sound Recorder (HSR) is a low-risk, non-invasive, third party tested, FDA-approved wellness device used to quickly monitor different types of heart stress (chemical, nutrient deficiencies and emotional). First developed in the 1930’s by Dr. Royal Lee, this ground-breaking technology has been fully digitalized and uses the principles of auscultation (listening to internal sounds of the body) to observe and record the blood flow movement sounds of the heart. The sensor of the HSR has been uniquely designed to pick up the lower frequency heart sounds not heard by the human ear, using the sounds from movement of the valves opening and closing.
The heart’s sensitivity to biochemical imbalances, toxicities and other stresses on the heart can be monitored by observing the rate, rhythm and tone of the heart using the HSR. The strength of contractions, along with other information we gain from observing changes in the characteristics of the heart waveform, are just a few of the advantages the HSR technology brings as we restore nutrients to support the patient’s progress over time.
HSR is really a master stress monitor, and a window into seeing the nutritional balances and imbalances of the entire body using the heart movement as a reference point. This simple, highly effective device uniquely tracks patient health in the following ways:
- Helps observe the heart’s functionality, regardless of any previous medical procedures or diagnosis.
- Records and displays the waveform of the heart’s cardiac cycle.
- Generates graphs to assess the nutritional status of the heart, digestion and systemic circulation.
- Saves the results of previous tests so clients can track the effectiveness of any particular course of action.
After the initial HSR evaluation, a nutrient and lifestyle protocol is designed, with follow-up scans scheduled typically 4 weeks after beginning any protocol. Clients routinely report improved energy and a more positive outlook on their overall health as they literally “see” the difference nutrients can make for their scan.
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