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State-of-the-art Low Pulsating Magnetic System

The scientifically-engineered packets of frequencies that are generated by the MRS2000+ designo imitate the subtle magnetic fields that occur naturally in our bodies. This groundbreaking technology promotes regulation and balancing of all systems of the body. It works at the cellular level to “normalize” the fundamental metabolic functions of every cell. Research has shown that magnetic resonance stimulation imitates and reinforces the strength of the low frequency, low intensity electromagnetism that occurs naturally in our bodies. When normal cellular vibration is restored to its natural state of resonance this creates an ideal condition of harmony and coherence within the body so that the body’s inborn natural intelligence can do the healing.

Magnetic resonance stimulation simply replaces an essential and profound element that, up until about 150 years ago, has always been a normal part of human existence: regular, prolonged exposure to the Earth’s magnetic field.  Over the last century such exposure began to decline, and in our modern world our intake of the “naturally-occurring” electromagnetism is critically low for everyone.

The body is an “ecosystem” composed of both chemical and electrical elements.  At any given moment our health is greatly influenced by the quality of this environment.  It’s a lot like sickly fish swimming sluggishly about in a bowl full of dirty water.  Clean the water and you’ll get happier, healthier fish!

Our middle school and high school science courses taught us that the cells of our bodies are a composed of varied chemical compounds intertwined in a complex web of interactions.  It follows that if our cells aren’t functioning properly the solution must necessarily be a CHEMICAL solution.  This makes sense to us.  However, most of us are unaware that our cells also function a lot like batteries.  They can be “fully” charged or in various stages of depletion. 
Electromagnetism within our bodies’ tissues is more fundamental than chemistry.  Our cells conduct the electrical currents created by our central nervous system.  It is an incontrovertible law of nature that electrical currents in living creatures are surrounded by magnetic fields (Ampere’s law).  Every cell in our bodies functions as a receiver as well as transmitter, conducting the flow of electromagnetic energy.  A disruption in this energy flow results in faulty cell-to-cell communication.   While perhaps overly simplistic, it is noteworthy that scientist George Lakhovsky, inspired by the work of Nicola Tesla, viewed disease as a battle of electromagnetic vibrations between the body’s cells and pathogenic viruses, bacteria and other organisms. Cells found to be weak from an energetic standpoint were more susceptible to losing the battle with infectious organisms.  The invading organism, winning this “vibration contest,” would establish itself within the body, resulting in disease.  Dr. Lakhovsky was not alone.  In fact, his tribe is increasing.

It is now possible to energetically renew the “battery charge” of all our cells all at once. Using pulsating fields tuned to gentle frequencies and intensities that naturally restore balance. Magnetic resonance stimulation re-establishes normal cell membrane charge and does so with all cells of the simultaneously. Since the native energy of the human body is electromagnetism, the cells, tissues and organizes thus stimulated to perform their best. Our bodies are fortified to do a better job protecting against fatigue, infection, and overload from environmental toxins.

The MRS restores lost energy and impaired cellular resonance to a normal, healthy state. As a result, the metabolism of all cells is enhanced, blood cells bind and transport oxygen more efficiently, our immune systems are strengthened, vitamins and minerals are better absorbed, the respiratory system becomes more efficient, the nervous system is relaxed, bone structure becomes more robust, muscle tension melts away, and organs such as liver, kidneys, and lower digestive tract are able to detoxify as they should.

The effect of one application using MRS lasts between 6 and 8 hours in healthy people. Most people do not feel any direct sensation during a session. The reason is that the nervous system is unable to detect electromagnetic waves. Nevertheless, most people become aware of positive changes occurring in the body within several days of consistent use. In many cases such changes can be profound, often being described as an all-encompassing sense of relaxation and a profound release of tension. This often translates into deeper, more restorative sleep, and elevation of mood with lessening of depression or anxiety, a better sense of balance and well-being, improved digestion, and better circulation. Individual results may vary and will depend on your level of stress, your age and any health challenges you may currently face.

You will not find tiny static magnets imbedded in the applicators of "Magnetic Resonance Stimulation" technology. There are no magnets inside. Rather, the computerized control unit generates a precisely contoured electrical pulsation that, entering the copper coils in the applicators, generates a corresponding electromagnetic field. The settings on the control unit are easy to understand and use, and a session can be started in seconds. European science, design and engineering have made the MRS 2000 the most popular in-home device of its kind in the world. Over 6500 scientific studies document the biological effects and benefits of pulsating electromagnetic fields. Manufactured in Germany and Switzerland, the MRS2000+ designo is the absolute benchmark for magnetic resonance stimulation.

Heart Rate Variability (HRV) was first used clinically in 1965 when Hon and Lee(1) noted that fetal distress was accompanied by changes in beat-to-beat variation of the fetal heart, even before there was detectable change in heart rate (HR).

In the near future measurements of HRV in the clinical setting will be as common as pulse, blood pressure or temperature measurements.
Since 1967 there have been over 11,600 scientific articles on HRV published in the English language alone. HRV has been used as a screening tool to predict significant changes in many disease processes. Many healthcare specialties have adopted HRV. In diabetes and heart disease is a stable, repeatable and proven predictor of long term outcomes and patient prognosis.

In 1996, a special task force was formed between the US and European Physiological associations to outline current finds on HRV and set specific standards on using HRV in medical science and future practice. Since then a steady stream of new information and value continues to come out of HRV research.

Physiological basics of HRV: The heartbeat originates in specialized tissue in the heart called the sino-atrial (SA). Cells in the SA node continuously generate an electrical impulse that spreads throughout the heart muscle through specialized electrical conduction pathways. This initiates process of heart muscle contraction, a well-synchronized pump that sequentially constricts all 4 chambers of the heart (two atria and two ventricles.)

The SA node generates approximately 100-120 impulses per minute when the heart is at rest. However, healthy individuals do not have a resting heart rate (HR) of 100-120 beats per minute. In health, the heart rate is never that high. The autonomic nervous system (ANS) governs SA node activity by inhibiting some of the electrical impulses. The net effect results in the normal resting heart rate of 55 to 70 beats per minute we observe in healthy people.

Autonomic nervous system: The autonomic nervous system is the "automatic" nervous system: that part of the nervous system that is not under conscious control. It controls the organs and systems of the body that are rhythmic, regular and automatic such as breathing, digestion and heart rate. There are two branches of the autonomic nervous system: sympathetic and parasympathetic. These two branches work to keep the organs they control in perfect balance.

Sympathetic nervous system: This nervous system is responsible for "survival." It is the "fight, flight or fright" nervous system that shuts down digestion and funnels blood directly to large muscles for vigorous contraction (for escape, attack or other forms of self-preservation). An increase in sympathetic stimulation causes increased cardiac output by increasing HR and the vigor of heart muscle contraction.
The response of the heart rate to normally encountered levels of sympathetic stimulation is slow by comparison to parasympathetic stimulation. It takes about 5 seconds to increase HR after actual onset of sympathetic stimulation and almost 30 seconds to reach its peak steady level.

Parasympathetic nervous system: In contrast, the parasympathetic nervous system is the "recovery" nervous system, or the "rest and digest" system. While parasympathetic stimulation decreases heart rate and cardiac output, it facilitates nerve impulses that drive digestive processes and repair of tissues and organs. The HR responds rapidly to parasympathetic stimulation. The deceleration of the heartbeat is almost instantaneous. It only takes 1 or 2 heartbeats to see these changes take place, slowing the heart rate.

In healthy individuals the HR is variable. It fluctuates. Greater variability (or HRV) correlates with better health. Higher HRV indicates a healthy autonomic nervous system, and in particular, healthy balance between the sympathetic and parasympathetic systems. A decreased HRV is an early, accurate indicator that the autonomic nervous system is out of balance. The lower the HRV, the greater the imbalance in autonomic control and the greater the likelihood of poor health, both now and in the future.

There are several ways to measure and analyze HRV. Heart rate signals are obtained through Electrocardiogram (ECG) or by pulse wave measurement called "Photoplethysmography" (PPG). The most accurate clinical determination of HRV is derived from measuring the duration of the intervals between contractions of the heart, called interbeat intervals, on ECG (or EKG). In contrast, PPG is less invasive but simpler to apply. PPG conveniently accesses capillaries in a fingertip or the earlobe. Using differential light absorption characteristics and an optical sensor PPG detects changes in the pulse waves generated by blood flow through the microcirculation. In this way an accurate estimate of HRV can be obtained.

1. Hon EH, Lee ST. Electronic evaluations of the fetal heart rate patterns preceding fetal death, further observations. Am J Obstet Gynae 1965; 87:814–26