Early Screening

The data generated by our non-invasive early screening methods produce an early snapshot that allows us to look deeper into your dynamic biosystem for potential hurdles to your good health status.

WEIGHT CONTROL ANALYSIS

For individuals concerned with weight issues, body composition data accurately maps your biosystem and provides exacting ways for addressing weight and improving your overall health.

Body composition is an accurate snapshot of your body’s core components: fat, protein, minerals, and body water. A regular program of body composition analysis can accurately track changes in fat mass, muscle mass, and body fat percentage.

By differentiating between muscle and fat, body composition removes the guesswork of determining what your weight fluctuations mean, be it muscle gain, fat loss, or anything in between.

BRAINWAVE MEASUREMENT

Our multi-faceted brainwave-measuring interface is ideal for tracking brain state changes. Coherence, cognition, memory issues can be identified using a lightweight, portable headset in just 20 minutes.

Using electroencephalography, or EEG, we can measure the brain’s electrical activity through the scalp in order to assess different frequencies of brain waves (alpha, beta, theta, delta) and their amplitudes.

Event-Related Potentials (ERP) let us make temporally accurate measurements of visual and auditory brain performance and reactiveness. Related heart rate variability reveals the synchronicity of heart and brain frequencies due to stress and anxiety.

CARDIO/ANS HEALTH TRACKING

Using noninvasive waveform analysis BioWell is able to differentiate between hidden signals from your Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) and those of your Cardio-Vascular Network.

Due to advances in early screening technology, we can now distinguish the underlying reasons for many debilitating illnesses before they cause damage.

We are able to discern and head off potential complications due to diabetes and/or other chronic diseases, and/or aging, and/or an unhealthy lifestyle. Autonomic testing is recommended by the American Academy of Neurology. It uses galvanic skin response + oscillometry + photo-plethysmography.
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