Live Q&A video sessions (ENGLISH) – replays

Episode 7 – May 9, 2016

00:00:00 – Single Point of Attention in optimising heart function
00:05:40 – Oxygen and the heart
00:08:10 – The problems of the hypertrohic heart
00:17:10 – How to optimally train the heart.
00:19:11 – SAD (Sudden Athlete Death)
00:20:00 – Mental training of the heart function
00:22:15 – Stress response and the heart
00:27:00 – How can we trust the paradigm shift regarding the heart?

Episode 6 – May 2, 2016

00:00:00 – Sleep Hacking – What is it?
00:04:15 – Quality vs. quantity of sleep
00:06:20 – The influence of eating before sleeping
00:10:40 – Anabolic and catabolic states
00:16:00 – Difficulty of fasting after eating too many carbohydrates
00:25:10 – Why do we sleep in cycles?
00:30:00 – What happens in the morning “danger zone”?
00:33:35 – At 04:30 deep sleep ends
00:35:00 – Dreaming as a pathology
00:40:00 – Is Sleep Hacking equal to sleep deprivation?
00:42:15 – The need for multi-functional and interdisciplinary research
00:51:30 – Hyperventilation and nocturnal mouth-taping
00:52:30 – Which side to sleep on?
00:53:50 – Sleep hacking and night shifts
00:55:30 – Handling medications and Sleep Hacking

Episode 5 – April 25, 2016

00:00:00 – 3D Multi-Purpose excercise
00:05:00 – Satiety – digestion – movement
00:11:00 – Heart training – high pulse rate
00:14:00 – Sudden Athlete Death and hyperventilation
00:18:00 – 3D MP exercise background
00:20:00 – Avoiding injury
00:25:00 – Vital exercise for older people
00:28:00 – 3D MP exercise demo
00:44:00 – Mouth taping

Episode 4 – April 18, 2016

00:00:00 – Breathing correctly – why?
00:04:00 – Chronic hyperventilation
00:06:30 – Deterioration of health over the last 100 years
00:14:15 – Breathing optimisation and parameters
00:20:00 – Breathing retraining
00:22:00 – Chronic vs. acute stress
00:29:45 – IHE – diaphgramatic explanation
00:31:30 – Sensitivity + target vs. process
00:33:00 – The importance and understanding of Physiology
00:34:50 – The function of breathing
00:35:40 – Carbon dioxide is a hormone
00:42:00 – Who is responsible for your health?
00:45:30 – Recovering cancer patients
00:51:50 – Consequences of not getting sufficient oxygen to the cells
00:55:00 – Oxygenation, cancer and Otto Warburg

Episode 3 – April 11, 2016

00:00:00 – The effects of medicine and refined foods
00:02:30 – The benefits of saturated fats
00:07:30 – Local irritation as a signal of lifestyle disease
00:13:00 – Learning the process
00:18:00 – Small steps – accepting slow progress
00:21:00 – Joint aches and pains
00:28:00 – What happens when a lymph node becomes swollen?
00:42:30 – How long and how often should one be on a rebounder?
00:44:30 – “Primo non nocere”

Episode 2 – April 4, 2016

Episode 1 – March 28, 2016

We are describing the difference between treating symptoms and changing behaviour. It’s needs a biggest paradigm shift in the understanding of human physiology and mechanisms of disease. What comes first symptoms or the cause?

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