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The Root of Tachycardia

All your functions are controlled by the Autonomic Nervous System (made up of the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system). Normally, you should be functioning in the parasympathetic unless you are presented with a threatening situation in which you shift to the sympathetic (fight or flight).


Overall, Tachycardia sufferers are stuck in sympathetic overdrive (fight or flight), experiencing adrenaline rush. In a way, your brain does not know how to shift to the parasympathetic (the relaxation response) and get out of this vicious cycle.

With the Tachycardia Care Program™ you will be able to see your automatic functions on a computer monitor and train the brain to self-regulate, turning off the fight or flight. By doing so you are getting to the root of the problem, subsequently preventing unnecessary release of adrenaline and other symptoms.

What is the program?

The program will take you through Dr. Kyprianou's video step by step instructions to regulate your heart rate as well as help you turn off the sympathetic response. The Tachycardia Care program works in conjunction with a software that allows you to see your heart waves on a monitor as you train to self regulate your heart rate.

Why is it so effective?

This type of approach has been used by Dr Kyprianou's patients for over 10 years at The Pots and Dysautonomia Treatment Center with a lot of success; helping to train the brain to gain coherence with the heart and prevent acceleration of heart rate.

How?

This program is tailored for tachycardia sufferers to understand how the autonomic nervous system affects tachycardia and train for autonomic nervous system balance, subsequently controlling and preventing tachycardia.

Why is it unique?

There are no drugs or invasive procedures and no bad side effects. In essence, nothing is introduced into the body. Instead, there is training to self regulate and enhance a smooth heart rate to provide relief.

More info can be found on Dr. Kyprianou's work with other patients with Tachycardia at www.potstreatment.com

You may also watch patient testimonials below.