Charles Darwin once said that it’s not the strongest or most intelligent of the species that survives, but the one that’s most adaptable to change. And one really telling way to see how our bodies are adapting is through HRV – or heart rate variability. Today’s guest shows how HRV has come a long way to now include assessing our autonomic nervous system, thyroid balance or imbalance, biological age, brain and neurotransmitter function, mitochondrial efficiency, circadian rhythms, Chinese meridians, and much more.
This is the story of HeartQuest HRV with Dr. Michael Kessler
“We had a lot of this information from Russia, but we’ve gone further. You know, we have it all in one system, everything must be in those frequency domains, from the neurotransmitters, the hormones, everything. So we have in there now, the neurotransmitters gives us an idea about excitatory or inhibitory. The hormones, you know, some of them like cortisol, DHA. We got a patent out of Russia, which is a patent telling us about thyroid function. And it’s an actual test.”
Connect with Dr. Kessler
HeartQuest HRV: www.hrvhq.com
Phoner number: (415) 646-6112 or (503) 901-8336
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