The Energy of the Heart

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We live in a world of increasing complexity, a super competitive modern life, which is reflected in the speed at which changes occur.

At the same time, many people and companies, like SALUD, seek to create a positive impact both on ourselves and on our communities and the world. That is why today we want to talk to you about the heart and the findings of the latest research in Neurocardiology.

Our biological heart does more than we can imagine. Recent publications in Neurocardiology reflect the discovery that the heart has its independent nervous system, known as the “brain of the heart.” This system sends signals to the brain that are used to make decisions and manage our moods.

The brain also sends signals to the heart that help stabilize, raise or lower our heart rate. The heart and the brain are connected and in constant communication. Where the heart is the one who speaks the most.

Another important discovery is that the heart is an electrical organ that produces enough energy to reach every cell in the body.

Learning to keep a heart in coherence and harmony is of great importance for our health. Always highlighting the emotions of appreciation such as gratitude, affection, compassion, care, etc. Not only do we improve heart health, but it can also improve our relationships in the different habits of our lives.

We can see the importance of maintaining a healthy heart, not only because of the impact on our health but also in our relationships with others. For this reason, we recommend a balanced diet, being in movement for at least 30 minutes 4 times a week, and supplementing your diet with CoQ10. It is essential for the cardiovascular system, helps fight heart defects, hypertension and improves blood flow. It is also a powerful antioxidant that synthesizes cellular energy and stimulates the immune system.

We hope that this information has been of value and that you can share it with your relatives and loved ones. To contact us call 1-800-299-7917 or write to [email protected]

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