How it works
The world around us seems to be completely observed and investigated. But in reality a lot of things are still have to be revealed. Our daily life is surrounded by numerous positive and negative factors, and human body comes to be a reflector of changes around us.
The human body is a complex self-regulating system that constantly responds to the external changes in the surrounding world. The body continuously tries to adjust its internal functions for the most efficient performance. When a state of balance is achieved, all internal regulatory mechanisms operate in so-called inner balance. Maintaining this inner balance with ease in the face of the changing conditions of our external and internal environment is a sign of health. Inner balance is the key to longevity and is a healthy response to the stress of life.
The inner balance and strength of regulatory system can be affected by various positive and negative factors, such as:
- Various health conditions
- Intense emotions
- Acute and chronic stress and fatigue
- Diet and exercise
- Vitamins and supplements
- Yoga and meditation
- Stress reduction techniques
- And many more
How is the inner balance measured?
Most of the body's functions are controlled by the autonomic nervous system through its calming and stimulating branches acting like the brakes and accelerator for an automobile. It is essential to have both in order to run the vehicle appropriately, safely and efficiently. If too much gas is used, this overcharges the vehicle. Apply too much brakes and the system is sluggish. This analogy works in a simplified manner to express how the autonomic nervous system functions in the body.
By measuring the heart's rhythmic patterns (also called Heart Rate Variability, or HRV) the Inner Balance Scan can assess your body’s inner balance and ability for self-regulation very accurately.
A 5-minute recording of the pulse wave with a simple ear-clip pulse wave sensor is all that is needed to quickly receive an accurate assessment of your inner balance.
The system evaluates whether you are in balance and provides insights into the strength of all self-regulatory mechanisms.
Measurements can be taken before and after any procedure to evaluate the shifts in your inner balance. So you can see if a desired effect on your body is achieved and your Inner Balance is improved.