Health Research

HEART RATE VARIABILITY

Heart rate variability is affected while under the effects of EMF. Several tests executed by the International Association for Electrosmog-Research (IGEF) showed that SPIRO® improves the ability to regulate the heart rate variability. Additionally, it was found that results improve over time, i.e., the longer the test subject was using SPIRO®, the better the results.

The evaluation of the test results based on the measurements of the heart rate variability of 10 test subjects, aged between 10 and 75 years, revealed the following results:

In 3 of the 10 subjects, the use of the SPIRO® clearly improved the ability to regulate the heart rate and adjust the vegetative nervous system to various exposure levels.

In 6 of the 10 subjects, the use of the SPIRO® significantly improved the ability to regulate the heart rate and adjust the vegetative nervous system to various exposure levels. The measurement results were primarily confirmed through the descriptions of the test subjects of their subjective perception of the reactions of their bodies to the bioenergetic information field of the SPIRO®

In 1 of the 10 test subjects, the use of the SPIRO was ineffective in terms of heart rate regulation. When the test subject was questioned, it became apparent that the individual was fitted with a pacemaker.

Example – Test Subject 1

Male, high-frequency radiation exposure in the apartment due to a mobile phone transmitter at a distance of approx. 490 feet. Low-frequency EMF due to an underground power cable in the road in front of the building. SPIRO® was placed on a table at the centre of the apartment.

Regulation of the heart rate without SPIRO®

Regulation of the heart rate after 8 days using SPIRO®

Regulation of the heart rate after 15 days using SPIRO®

Regulation of the heart rate after 20 days using SPIRO®

Results

With this test subject, the use of a SPIRO® during the 20-day test phase led to an age group-related improvement in the variability of the heart rate from 38,71% to 59,21%. It is therefore possible to assume a significant reduction in the chronic stress caused by high-frequency electromagnetic radiation.

Example – Test Subject 2

Male, high-frequency radiation exposure in the apartment and in the workplace due to a mobile phone transmitter and airport radar. SPIRO® was placed in the middle of the bedroom and another SPIRO® was placed in the workplace, adjacent to the desk.

Regulation of the heart rate without SPIRO®

Regulation of the heart rate after 16 days using SPIRO®

Regulation of the heart rate after 22 days using SPIRO®

Regulation of the heart rate after 28 days using SPIRO®

Results

With this test subject, the use of a SPIRO® during the 28-day test phase led to an age group-related improvement in the variability of the heart rate from 21,13% to 41,36%. It is therefore possible to assume a significant reduction in the chronic stress caused by high-frequency electromagnetic radiation.