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Testing Your Health With the Max Pulse
Apr 22

Testing Your Health With the Max Pulse

 Testing Your Health With the Max Pulse

Hello, my name is Dr. Giles. I’m a Doctor of Chiropractic and a Natural Internist, and today I wanted to tell you about something that literally could save your life. This is so, so important. It’s a way that we can actually determine what’s going on with your cardiovascular system and your autonomic nervous system. Cardiovascular, you understand that that’s heart and lungs and vessels. The autonomic system is what happens to you automatically from your subconscious, from emotions and from that system that runs everything from your heart rate to your thyroid function to your eyes dilating, all that is autonomic. So I want to show you this wonderful report that we get from what we call the Max Pulse. It’s a neat scanner that will scan your cardiovascular system and the autonomic system. So I’m going to go over this report with you and show you what other things that we can look for and how objective they are. It’s amazing. As you look at the report, this upper part right here, this is the average heart rate, the pulse. This is the high pulse and the low pulse, giving you the average. So that’s just at a resting heart rate, what does this patient look like. Next we look at this report here, which is what type you are. The type represents your thickening of the arteries, how much plaque you have within your arteries. So a Type-I, which is the, I don’t know if you can see that right here, that shadow line is what a Type-I pulse, or this is off of an EKG off of your finger. So it’s checking the contraction of your heart and so many other different things are shown here. But you can see where this is a shadow. That would be a Type-1. This patient comes in at a Type-4. So at Type-4, usually when were at a Type-1, we’re measuring from here to here. So as this angle drops flatter, and then ultimately heads down this way, down to a Type-7. A Type-7 would almost completely full of plaque. So this is a demonstration of plaque. So a Type-4 is not very good. We want to be up at a Type-1. So the Type-1 is here, a great way to determine if the patient has a lot of plaque within their system. Next, the DPI represents the overall strength of the heart itself, the heart muscle in general. We want to see that these numbers end up being in the optimal range of 70 or greater. That’s optimal. Normal would be 30-70, but that’s kind of normal for the United States, which the number one reason for death, in the United States, is cardiovascular disease, plaquing of the arteries and heart problems. So we want to see that this DPI and all of these four measurements would end up over here in the 70’s. Eccentric contraction is the contraction of the left ventricle. The left ventricle is the side of the heart that contracts and pumps blood throughout the whole system. So we want to see that that number, again, is 70 or above. Arterial elasticity is how much elasticness there is within the artery. How pliable is it? Is it full of calcium? Is it all plaqued off within, you know, within the actual tissue of the artery? So we want to be able to see that have elasticity. As our heart contracts we want to see it open and shut, if you will, stretch. That’s arterial elasticity. The next is residual blood volume, that’s how much blood is left in the heart after it’s contracted. We want to see that there is not as much blood. It’s configured so that this will also give us 70 or above. So the overall wave type is a Type-4. That’s the flat here. So we want to see that move toward a Type-1.

There’s a wonderful supplement called KARDI-AR, which I’ll explain now is a combination of L-arginine and L-citrulline and other supplements that help build the heart muscle. So KARDI-AR, in fact, let me just stop. Let me run in the room next door really quick. I’ve got to get a slick of what KARDI-AR is. This is a great picture of what KARDI-AR does. If you look at this cross section of the artery, inside the center these are epithelial cells that produce nitric oxide. NO is Nitric Oxide. Withing these cells now as they produce the nitric oxide, it’s actually lining the arteries, making them to become smoother, almost like Teflon, smoother so that the plaque and things can’t build up. It also helps to create more elasticity of the artery. It drops the overall plaque. It helps to remove plaque. It also helps to drop the overall cholesterol in the system. So KARDI-AR is the 1998 Nobel Peace Price winner for health. The concept of L-arginine and L-citrulline, L-arginine at 5000 mg, L-citrulline at 1000 mg. So five to one ratio is what the research showed helped to drop the plaquing out of the arteries. This is what we’re seeing. We’ve seen this over time that as the patient takes this amount of arginine to citrulline, that it will drop that, drop that plaquing out of the arteries. It’s just, it’s an amazing process. So as we take the KARDI-AR, we’re going to expect to see this start to come back up to a three, four, or three, two, one. As we saw today with one of our other patients that has been working, her numbers are starting to resolve and that’s what we expect to see. So that’s a Type-4. We want to move it to Type-1. So this section here is cardiovascular. This section here is autonomic.

Now there are three basic ideas here. It will show us, the scanner will show us how much physical stress the patient has, how much mental, and ultimately the stress resistance. So stress resistance would be their ability to handle stress, their adrenal glands, their thyroid, their ability to handle all the things coming at them. We want this number, the stress score to be 50 or below. So as the stress resistance comes up, and we’re able to work with some of the mental stress and help them to adjusting of vertebrae and so forth, help drop their physical stress, you’re going to see this kind of reverse itself to come like this. So there’s going to be more stress resistance built up. So this is a tremendous way to see what their overall stress score is.

Next, we’re going to look at their Power Spectral Density. This information comes as specifically associated with parasympathetic nervous system and sympathetic nervous system. These two bars here are associated with the autonomic nervous system. Sympathetic is the break pedal, or excuse me is the gas pedal. Parasympathetic is the break. So when we’re, if my eyes need to be dilated because I’m running from a bear, I’m going to be in sympathetic. My eyes are going to be dilated. I’m running, looking for the next tree to run up. Once I get up to the tree and I start to have my lunch, I want to shift into parasympathetic. So we want to see that these two numbers are able to move back and forth. Further, from the Power Spectral Density we’re able to see high frequency, low frequency, very low frequency, and overall total power of the autonomic system. We can, each one of these represents an issue. For example, very low frequency represents temperature regulation and hormone regulation. So if they’re down, these numbers should fit within these brackets. So if they’re down, we can give them the supplement, a maca supplement that helps to balance that system out as well. So each one of these represents a certain part of the autonomic system. Lastly, we look at the heart rate variability. This patient is quite low. There’s not much change within the heart. As we’re having the scan run, we’re talking to the patient explaining what’s happening. So we should see an increase and a decrease in their heart rate. It should kind of elongate and slow down and so forth. When there’s not appropriate balance in the autonomic system, it just flat lines. So you can see how this is just basically flat. Now this is the first, not the first of the same patient. These are two different patients. But I wanted to show you what it would look like if it were healthy. This patient is a significant racer. She rides cycles. So she street races and does long cycling. For example, that’s a perfect Type-1, a 100 percent Type-1, where this patient had actually zero, 88.5 percent were Type-4. Others were Type-5. This patient is 100 percent Type-1. That means that during that three minute scan period 100 percent of her contractions show this wave form, but as they start to become sick, you’ll get some moving in, like she might have had 90 percent or maybe 80 percent were Type-1 and 20 percent Type-2. So as it gets sicker, there’s going to be more waves starting to go towards the Type-7, if you will. Those are the ones that have plaque within them. But look here. Compared to DPI, this one is at 19 and she’s clear out here at 76 percent. Eccentric contraction of the left ventricle up here at 76. Arterial elasticity is 74, but interesting she has 60 on the residual blood volume. I would think that she would have had a lot more because of how much, how strong she was. But look at this. Physical stress, mental stress, almost nothing, stress resistance off the chart. It can happen very easily. So stress resistance increases with exercise as well, not just supplementation. Her spectral density analysis shows up, she’s clear past here. Just a little bit of trouble here with hormone. I’m sure she’s pushing when she rides her bike so much. Her hormones are probably decreased a bit. So we would give her some maca. It would help raise that up. But compare this heart rate variability to this heart rate variability. This one literally is just a flat line. This ones moving quite well. Her average heart rate is 47 with a high of 61, low of 41. So that’s what we would expect to see with someone that’s as exercised as she is. This is tremendous guys. I don’t know if you can see, but we can actually find out where your problems are in your cardiovascular system and give you specifics to help you and then recheck it in a couple of months and see progress. We’d expect to see some major significant progress cardiovascularly with the KARDI-AR. Again, 5000 arginine, 1000 citrulline and other things, other herbs to support heart overall. We can stop this. We can stop and reverse cardiovascular aging and plaquing. That’s what the research shows. That’s what we see. So that’s a wonderful process for you.

If you have questions, please feel free to call the office at the number below. We can answer questions for you. We can do the scan. I charge 50 dollars for the scan, which is nothing to find out this kind of information. So I hope that’s been beneficial for you. If you’re in the greater Salt Lake area, where my practice is located, we can run a scan for you. If not, we can find out if there’s someone in your area possibly that has a scanner such as this. If not, it’s worth the flight to come here and get this checked. So I hope you have a great day. Until next time, see you.


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