Stress doesn't discriminate -- it affects everyone's life and contributes to feeling disconnected
Boulder Creek, CA (PRWEB) August 28, 2007
As millions of baby boomers confront the health challenges associated with aging, many are recognizing that healthy mental and emotional attitudes can be as important as diet and exercise when it comes to our health and wellbeing. Two award-winning technologies created by HeartMath®, the emWave Personal Stress Reliever® and emWave® PC Stress Relief System, help give you control over stress, anxiety, and other negative emotions that can drain valuable energy and vitality. Thousands of baby boomers flocking to Boston for the September AARP event in search of solutions for improved health will have the opportunity to experience the benefits of HeartMath's innovative technologies. The emWave Personal Stress Reliever and emWave PC Stress Relief System will be showcased at the Life@50+ Event and Expo, September 6-8 at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center.
HeartMath has revolutionized stress reduction by developing a patented scientific process and award-winning technologies that are designed to prevent, manage and reverse the negative effects of stress. These technologies essentially mirror your emotional state by reading your heart rhythms, and give you real-time feedback so you can more effectively manage stress and anxiety and reset your inner balance -- revitalizing the body, mind and spirit.
Cardiologist Bruce Wilson, MD, clinical associate professor of medicine at the Medical College of Wisconsin, says: "I have found the emWave technologies to be excellent tools to help people learn to quickly shift out of stress and into a healthier emotional state, which affects many aspects of health."
More than a dozen independent studies utilizing HeartMath's emWave technologies are underway. Respected organizations including Kaiser Permanente, Veterans Administration, and University of North Carolina are exploring the benefits of these technologies with various health challenges including anxiety, stress, ADHD and hypertension.
emWave Personal Stress Reliever (http://www.emwave.com) was the first recipient of the Award for Distinction and Innovation from the American Institute of Stress. Weighing just 2.2 ounces, this mobile interactive device is a little smaller than an iPod -- small enough to fit in a purse or pocket., emWave PSR reads your heart rhythms through its built-in finger sensor and gives immediate feedback, reflecting your emotional state through changing colored lights and sound. It includes a hands-free option and an animated instructional CD-Rom that guides you through the Quick Coherence® technique for immediate stress relief.
emWave PC Stress Relief System (http://www.emwavepc.com), a 2007 Freddie Awards finalist, is a software and hardware program that collects data from your heart through a finger or ear clip sensor that plugs into a computer. The program translates the information from your heart rhythms into user-friendly graphics displayed on a computer monitor. As you apply the stress-reducing Quick Coherence technique learned from the tutorial, you see your heart rhythms change in real time. emWave PC allows you to store and track progress over time, and has three colorful, interactive games designed to train you to transform stress into creative energy. Another feature of emWave PC is its Emotion Visualizer™ which provides stunning images that emit varying degrees of color and movement as you adjust your emotional state.
The emWave products are just two components of the HeartMath® System, which is based on 16 years of research on the relationship between stress and emotions. The emWave products help you prepare for and quickly recoup from stress triggers like finances, meetings and deadlines, health issues and relationship conflicts by rebalancing the mind and emotions.
"Stress doesn't discriminate -- it affects everyone's life and contributes to feeling disconnected," says Deborah Rozman, Ph.D., president of Quantum Intech, parent company of HeartMath LLC. "Our products help to put you in control of your emotional experiences and revitalize your connection with your own spirit, relationships, and life. They speak to the heart, mind, and soul of boomers."
HeartMath has earned a global reputation for their innovative research and is acknowledged worldwide as a pioneer in the science of cardiac coherence. The HeartMath System is being used by Duke Medical Center, Stanford, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Sutter Health, and many other top medical centers around the world.
Life@50+ Event and Expo attendees can experience the benefits of the emWave technologies at booth #531 in the health and fitness area. HeartMath will also have two daily drawings for a free emWave Personal Stress Reliever. Visitors will receive a free booklet on Eliminating Anxiety or Solving Sleeplessness and can take advantage of the $50.00 show special discount on emWave Personal Stress Reliever.
Quantum Intech, Inc.
Quantum Intech researches, develops, and licenses emotion-interactive technology to reduce stress and anxiety, improve health and wellness, and increase performance. Quantum Intech's first patented product, the award-winning Freeze-Framer® monitors and provides real-time feedback on coherence levels.
HeartMath LLC (http://www.heartmath.com), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Quantum Intech, is a cutting-edge performance company providing a range of unique services, products, and technology to improve health and well-being, while dramatically reducing stress and boosting performance and productivity. HeartMath published research studies have demonstrated the critical link between emotions, heart function, and cognitive performance. HeartMath's compelling solutions for stress relief have been published in numerous peer-reviewed journals such as American Journal of Cardiology, Stress Medicine, Preventive Cardiology, Journal of the American College of Cardiology, Integrative Physiological and Behavioral Science and Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine. HeartMath's organizational and healthcare clients include NASA, BP, Duke University Health System, Kaiser Permanente, Stanford Business School, Unilever, and Cisco Systems, as well as dozens of school systems and thousands of health professionals in the US, Australia and Europe.
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