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Gadget Reporter Jeff Cutler destresses with HeartMath's emWave2. Cutler reviews the technology saying, "I’m not a fitness nut, but I am a strong believer in the power of the mind and the connection your mind has to your body. This gadget is right up my alley because it tests a lot of the things I already understood to be true – like if you can remain calm in thoughts, your body and pulse will remain calm. If you can be ‘centered’ (define that however you’d like), then you can be healthier and more balanced overall."
HeartMath Coach and HeartMastery architect Sheva Carr shares insight on how to use your heart to raise your emotional frequency. HeartMath is a system of tools, techniques and technology that help people live and feel better. Sheva will talk about the practicality of heart-based living.
Would your life be different if you truly followed your heart each moment of each day? Dr. Susan Allison interviews HeartMath's Dr. Deborah Rozman on Empowered Healer Radio.
Senior editor at GeekMom, Wired Magazine, reviews HeartMath's emWave2. The editor said, "I noticed that just a short session with it can calm you, and using it over longer periods can have even more substantial benefits. If you’re anything like me, when I am having anxiety, it helps to have something to focus on, both visually and mentally."
One of Wired.com's associate GeekMoms, Jenny, reviews the emWave2. She concludes, "I recommend it to anyone who is looking for a way to be more aware of their breathing and heart rate, has panic or anxiety issues, or finds themselves under a lot of stress."
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