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Researching the efficacy of CVAC Whole-Body Adaptive Cellular Conditioning routines to improve the quality of life in people on a global basis!
Our near-term focus for research by appropriate organizations:
In the CVAC Session, the body is compelled to relax, and to breathe more productively, deeper.
People with COPD have asked to try out the CVAC System. Their requests often take the form of, “...It helps the athletes breathe better and be stronger. Maybe it will help me.”
Exercise improves the body’s energy systems, promoting proper organ function and supports efficient metabolism, so how can you get benefit of exercise if you cannot exercise?
“... CVAC - is hope without the side effects of drugs or life-threatening risk of procedures and operations...”
Gary S. Houston, TX.
The chronic stress that comes from maximum levels of physical and mental efforts may restrict an individual’s body from returning to homeostasis.
Accumulation of stress can cause your nervous system to constantly be in “overdrive,” with consequences such as difficulty in relaxing, focusing and sleeping.
Chronic stress takes its toll on physical and mental health and weakens the body’s immune system
As awareness builds at the Mayo Clinic, we will fund their use of the CVAC System in an employee wellness program research study to prevent and reverse diabetes, and other insulin resistance - related conditions, such as observed in this pre-diabetes / metabolic syndrome placebo controlled study conducted by researchers at Stanford University
Research is more timely, hence cost effective, when multiple research institutions compete to be first to validate a breakthrough. We will pursue a similar program at the Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Hospital. Instead of COPD, that research will focus on the health of quadriplegics. More than 5 million people in the USA have paralysis from spinal cord injury. More than half of those are quadriplegics. We have observed miraculous improvements in those people with quadriplegia that have had access to use the CVAC System. Quadriplegia is a focus of the Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Hospital.
The dynamic changes in pressure are the tension-resolution and action-reaction (like physical movement) that your body desires as part of its internal balancing act. WBACC Routines do not require the body to use force, therefore, blood flow can be delivered to and used by internal organs such as the liver and kidney, to digest and assimilate nutrition.
Tennis player David Wagner, Gold and Silver Paralympic medal winner pictured - stops by for his CVAC Sessions that help him to successfully compete around the globe regardless of the altitude!
A blinded, placebo-controlled study showed the CVAC Process mirrored the effects of high-intensity exercise on glycolytic energy production in non-diabetic middle-aged men at risk for metabolic syndrome and type 2 diabetes
A published study on the CVAC Process showed pain relief in a population diagnosed with a chronic painful adipose (fat) disorder and showed benefits consistent with some known benefits of exercise; namely the benefit of lymphatic mobilization
Effective lymphatic mobilization decreases the incidence of inflammation and has a positive impact on the body’s immune system, endocrine balance, delivery of nutrients and improved breathing
Competitive cyclists, runners, triathletes, tennis players, MMA fighters, motor sports racers, hockey players (and many other athletes) consistently report having more power to use in their activity with much less effort. These anecdotes and observations mirror findings in pilot and published University-based studies