Health is Wealth
Let us start by loving our own body. The well-being of our heart is in our own hands. We must be heart-smart. “We have only one heart and that heart needs to be healthy. Your heart is the engine that provides life,” Your heart counts and all of us must endeavor to work very hard at leading a healthy lifestyle in order to have a heart which throbs healthily.
Since the heart lies at the center of the blood delivery system, it is also central to life. Everycell awaits the oxygen and nutrients it brings each 20 seconds. The heart is the body's engine room, responsible for pumping life-sustaining blood via a 60,000-mile-long (97,000-kilometer-long) network of vessels. The organ works ceaselessly, beating 100,000 times a day, 40 million times a year—in total clocking up three billion heartbeats over an average lifetime. Every day, beating over 100,000 times, your heart creates enough energy to drive a truck 20 miles. In a lifetime, that is equivalent to driving to the moon and back. It keeps the body freshly supplied with oxygen and nutrients, while clearing away harmful waste matter.
Given the heart's many essential functions, it seems the heart is truly deserving of your special care and devotion. Yet heart disease has risen steadily over the last century, especially in industrialized countries, largely due to changes in diet and lifestyle.
Cardiovascular disease is the world’s number one killer. It is currently responsible for 17.3 million life execution per year, and by 2030 this figure is expected to rise to 23 million. Obesity which is an invitation for heart disease, Stress is another one. Modern life is full of hassles, deadlines, frustrations and demands. For many people, stress is so common place that it has become a way of life. Stress is not always bad in small doses. It can help you perform under pressure and motivate you to do your best. But when you're constantly running in emergency mode, your mind and body pay the price. Persistent Stress can lead to illness and mental disorder. If you frequently find yourself take action to bring frazzled and overwhelmed, it's time to bring your nervous system back into balance. You can protect yourself by recognize the signs and Symptoms of stress and taking steps to reduce harmful effects.
Today, doctors know more now about how to keep the heart healthy than at any other time in history. They have experienced that preventive measures such as regular exercise, healthy diet, managing stress,breathing techniques, and not smokingcan have a profound impact on your heart and health.
Heart diseases are no longer limited to the elderly. We need to have monthly medical check- ups so that risk factors can be addressed in time. We must not have fear about medical check-ups as prevention is said to be and is in fact better than cure. People need to know and understand that, if doctors were to discover blockages in arteries before they get a heart attack, then there is a 99 % chance to save their life and keep them healthy.
In Touch With Your Heart
In Touch With Your Heart Taking care of the heart is the most important among all cares, that’s why Israeli high-tech company IDesia has come up with its revolutionary Cardiopulmonary programs, using All in One Health Care Device that provides comprehensive, multifaceted treatment and education for cardiac and cardiopulmonary patients, in order to help recovery and prevent recurrence of heart problems.
Therapy interventions involve help with energy conservation techniques; activity tolerance trainingand Stress reduction training by using Pranayama based breathing practice and breathing techniques. Cardiopulmonary programs are known to significantly benefit those that have or have had:
- Cardiovascular disease
- Heart attack
- Congestive heart failure
- Heart procedure or surgery: coronary artery bypass, coronary angioplasty and stinting, valve replacement, a pacemaker or implantable cardioverter defibrillator (ICD) or automated implantable cardioverterdefibrillator (AICD)
The Heart of Biometrics
We know that while patients may suffer from the same primary condition, their lifestyle, health profile, heart structure and co-morbidities may be completely different.
While individual heartbeats may appear similar, they conceal individually unique information. Requiring that users merely touch contact sensitive sensor plates, IDesia’s BDS™ technology extracts, accurately interprets and – following a short and effortless enrollment process it enables the revolutionary electronics device-based Fitness Monitor & healthcare applications. These include heart rate monitoring, Nervous System monitoring, stress level and emotion monitoring, cardiopulmonaryexercise by using Pranayama based breathing technique and ECG monitoring. Given the personal nature of the healthcare information seamlessly and continuously captured by IDesia’s consumer healthcare applications, the technology powering these applications has been designed to be inherently secure and spoof-resistant. BDS™-powered devices do not blindly report health and heartbeat indicators regardless of user identity. Once touched, they actually recognize their users, serving them only and no one else.
Using Technology to Transform Care
IDesia’s proprietary bio-signal acquisition chip enables delivery of consumer healthcare applications unlike any other,” All they need to do is get up off their seat at any time, while touching sensor plates. The user grasps two sensors shaped like computer mouse to measure the electric activity of the heart in minute detail. Software then combines the measurements with prerecorded personal details such as age and sex to calculate various indicators for Nervous system and Cardiovascular system. BDS™ captures user’s unique heartbeat signal, and report an estimated physical fitness level. Fitness Monitor is ultimate solution with greater health awareness, while helping them keep stress levels under check and improve their overall well-being as an unobtrusive part of their daily routine. IDesia’s patented BDS™ technology (Patent Number 7689833 & 7171680) has been thoroughly tested by the UK-based National Physical Laboratory (NPL).