nuHealth Heart Sound Recorder Event

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In honor of American Heart Month, we’re bringing in an expert!
Dr. Neale paired up with an expert to offer you a unique tool and nutritional measure. The Heart Sound Recorder is especially helpful for those who are affected by cardiovascular diseases like hypertension, elevated cholesterol and atrial fibrillation, but it is also useful for those who are curious if they have nutrient deficiencies that could be contributing to their overall symptom picture. Heart Sound Recording isn’t new science, but it is making its debut! This technology uses acoustic cardiographs to determine nutrient deficiencies that are underlying your disease process. When it comes down to it – most disease is related to nutrient deficiencies. Read more about the device below.

When can you get screened? 

Feb 27th at nuHealth Clinic.
Time commitment for the screen is 15 mins.
Screening opportunities are quarterly.
The cost not only includes the evaluation but also the interpretation and recommendations!
Just $150
Limited spots available, so book now!
Give us a call to learn more or schedule your nutritional screen at 360-836-5730!

nuHealth clinic Dr. Nadene Neale Vancouver Wa Naturopath Clark County Heart EventThe Heart Sound Recorder is a computer-based low risk general wellness monitor which uses the principles of auscultation to observe heart sounds.

The heart’s reaction to certain stressors, (i.e. chemical, nutritional and emotional), can be observed using this type of device. 

Certain types of heart stress can be monitored by seeing the RATE, RHYTHM and TONE of the heart cycle on the graph. 

  • Your nervous system controls the RATE at which your heart beats. One side of your nervous system (sympathetic) manages your “fight or flight” response and can accelerate your heart rate. The other side (parasympathetic) manages your “rest and digest” response and can slow your heart rate. You need a healthy balance between the two.
  • The RHYTHM of your heart should show a specific work to rest ratio on the graph. Your heart should be resting twice as long as it is working. Observations are made to see if your heart is working too hard, or not working hard enough.
  • The TONE of your heart is referring to the strength of the ventricles as they push blood through your body. The height and the width of the ‘lub dub’ sound your heart makes on the graph, shows how efficiently your heart is pushing blood through your body and refilling to prepare for the next cardiac cycle.

As with any wellness device, recommendations for lifestyle changes implied by using this technology should be undertaken only with the guidance of a licensed physician, therapist, or holistic healthcare practitioner. The findings from this device can be used to support, but should not be used in place of, sound medical therapies and recommendations.