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Heart Sound Recording Tests

Is your heart functioning at its best?

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The heart is an accurate reflection of the overall health of the body and can show areas that may need extra support or attention.

Certain types of heart stress can be monitored by listening to the rate, rhythm and tone of your heart cycle.

Your heart’s reaction to life’s stressors (chemical, nutritional, emotional) can be observed using a heart sound recording device.

Acoustic Heart Sound Recording Tests & Analysis

Computer-aided devices have been developed that acquire, record, and analyze the acoustic signals (rate, rhythm and tone) of your heart. Using acoustic signal processing, a computer analyzes the recordings to identify specific heart sounds that may be present.


Your body’s nervous system controls the rate at which your heart beats. The rate of your heart is basically how fast or slow your heart beats.


The rhythm of your heart pertains to how regular it beats. Observations are made to see if your heart is working too hard or not hard enough.


The tone of your heart refers to the strength of ventricle contractions. The height and the width of the “lub dub” sound on the graph shows this.

Did You Know:

The heart is the organ most negatively impacted by faulty nutrition.

Heart sound recording tests are intended to evaluate heart sounds for the identification of suspected nutritional deficiencies.

Since the heart is very susceptible to being effected by certain vitamin / mineral deficiencies, supplying the heart with these missing vitamins / minerals sometimes has an immediate positive effect on the rate, rhythm and tone of the heart muscle.

Since the heart is so responsive to certain nutrients, replacing missing vitamins / minerals can have an immediate and long-lasting impact on the overall function of this organ.

Supplying the right nutrition for which the body needs will actually change the sounds of your heart!

* Heart sound recording tests do not diagnose or treat disease, but instead tracks your heart’s activity level. The analysis of heart sounds are only significant when used in conjunction with all other patient health data.
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