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ECG HRV -technology and Ayurveda

An ECG is an abbreviation for electrocardiogram or electrocardiography. It is therefore so-called heart film and its measurement. Both the Vedapulse meter and the cardiac monitoring devices in hospitals measure the same thing with the same measurement principles, the electrical activity of the heart. So the actual electronic events are in the heart, but they are reflected in, for example. to limbs (hands and feet). In Vedapulse, electrodes (measuring sensors) are placed on the wrists,…

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The gobbledygook is tricky !!!!

  problem of smart people It will probably become familiar to all of us at the latest when making a difficult tax return. The gobbledygook language is NOT the only way to communicate, but too common because it is difficult to understand. Ayurvedically, the  gobbledygook language comes from the fact that intelligent people want to brilliantise with their own intelligence, which is at least related to a previous “intellectual mistake” I discussed earlier in my…

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Schoolmedicine is accurate?

  After all, school medicine is accurate at least? Or is it? This is a true story, which is why the protagonist wants to remain anonymous: Claim: School Medicine Is Exact and Accurate? Well, Mr X had an earache, but the ear doctor couldn’t find a problem with his ear. Mr. x went to the dentist. The dentist patched the hole he found and said the ear pain was due to this hole. This dentist…

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