Heart Sound Recorder
Greg Arnold, DC, CSCS, MSHAPI
Let Your Heart Tell You What Nutrition You Need
What Does the HSR Measure?
1. Your Heart Rate to make sure your nervous system is in
balance, with your ability to “rest and digest” being balanced
with your ability to “fight or flight.”
2. Your Heart Rhythm to make sure that your heart is resting
TWICE as much as it’s working. Like any muscle, the heart
can get overworked.
3. Your Heart Tone to make sure your heart is strong enough to
send blood to the rest of the body.
Remember: The Heart Eats First.
Nutrient deficiencies in the heart will be present everywhere else in the body.
What Are Some Nutrition Issues Identified by the HSR?
- B-Vitamin deficiency which doesn’t allow the heart to beat efficiently.
- Adrenal gland exhaustion which is a major reason why people feel tired.
- Liver strain when you are not digesting carbohydrates properly.
- Improper calcium use which can affect how effectively your heart beats.
Understanding Your Heart Graph
80% of all heart conditions = valve degeneration
4% = coronary arteries life-threatening
Valve degeneration is not life-threatening BUT it indicates a developing heart condition.
How is the HSR different from an EKG?
An EKG is a past record of your heart.
The HSR is a future predictor of your heart.
The 2 symbols on your graph = heart sounds
Blood flow through the heart closes valves = doors slamming shut on a windy day.
Slamming doors = heart sounds
4 signs of a healthy heart:
1. 1st sound = double the size of the 2nd sound
2. The 1st sound should begin & end quickly “peaks” are close together
3. The heart should be completely at rest between sounds (straight line)
4. 2nd rest period = 2x as long the 1st rest period
The HSR is FDA-approved as a “Low-risk general wellness device”
The HSR monitors the 4 valves in your heart
Valve degeneration - Nutritional deficiency
The HSR is a vitamin indicator.
Contact Dr. Arnold to get your Heart Sound Recorder Reading Today!
(PitchingDoc@msn.com / 631-352-7654)
“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”
-Henry de Bracton