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Dr. Jay Feldman Tips On Vagus Nerve Stimulation Device To Increase HRV Released

Osteopathic physician, serial entrepreneur and YouTube biohacker, Dr. Jay Feldman, has shared his insights into using vagus nerve stimulator devices to increase heart rate variability (HRV) as part of Pulsetto’s educational blog series.

In the report, which was released on the company’s website, Dr. Feldman shared his research into the parasympathetic nervous system and how electrical stimulation of the vagus nerve is now possible for people to experience at home, rather than in a traditional clinical setting, through devices like Pulsetto.

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Heart rate variability (HRV), a key marker of stress resilience in the body, has recently been brought to the fore by America’s biohacking community. Those taking a more holistic approach to their health, through processes like electrical vagus nerve stimulation, are being encouraged to monitor their HRV to show progress made or as an indicator that improvement is needed.

The use of electric energy to manipulate the body for longevity and better overall health has formed a core part of Dr. Feldman’s own research into biohacking. His own enterprise, PEMF, a wellness modality which uses pulses of electromagnetic energy to stimulate and exercise the body’s cells, operates from a shared field of research with Pulsetto’s devices.

As part of his exclusive contribution to Pulsetto’s blog series, Dr. Feldman has shared his explanation of vagus nerve stimulation and the potential benefits for relieving stress and anxiety, as well as improving HRV. In a short nine-minute video, he talks about Pulsetto’s own vagus nerve stimulator device and the research he has carried out on the science behind how the wellness device works.

“We were thrilled that Dr. Jay Feldman could take the time to review our research and share his own experiences with Pulsetto’s vagus nerve stimulation device,” said a spokesperson for Pulsetto. “Being able to see the positive, measurable results that he has recorded for brain activity and heart rate in response to using Pulsetto really helps demonstrate for our readers just how effective vagus nerve stimulation can be for both body and mind.”

Pulsetto’s vagus nerve stimulator is a non-invasive wellness device which promotes a feeling of calm through customizable electrical impulse programs. Through a Bluetooth-enabled app, users can select the program which best suits their symptoms and listen to calming music to further aid in stress relief.

Those interested in improving their heart rate variability with vagus nerve stimulation can find out more from Dr. Jay Feldman’s contribution to Pulsetto’s new blog series at

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Name: Agnė Ginaitė
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Organization: Pulsetto
Address: 3 Aludarių gatvė, Vilnius, Vilniaus apskritis 01113, Lithuania

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 89130074

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