Vascular rythms

Abnormalities in the variability of blood pressure and heart rate commonly referred to as vascular variability disorders or VVDs are impossible to detect in a conventional office visit, yet can raise the relative cardiovascular disease risk (gauged by the occurence of a morbid event over the next 6 years) from 9% to 100%. These risks, silent to the subject involved and the conventional careprovider, notably the risk of circadian hyper amplitudetension or CHAT, can usually be reduced if not reversed by chronobiological selfhelp, with or without pharmacological approaches.


Results stem from 297 patients, among with only 34.7% had uncomplicated hepertension and 40.7% were normotensive,
including 2.4% and 1.7% with only CHAT or DHRV(*), respectively. For complementary result on 1.177 untreated patients,
see Hypertension 2007; 49: 237-239


Increase in Vascular Disease Risk Assessed by Actual Outcomes within 6 years of Monitoring in 297 Patients in the Presence of Multiple Vascular Variability Disorders (VVDs).

Fatty Blood Acids

The proportion of omega6 in tissue highly unsaturated fatty acids or HUFA is a surrogate endpoint in successful primary prevention of coronary heart disease or CHD. The % omega6 HUFA helps predict the likely risk of a fatal event. This surrogate endpoint gives each individual a clear indication of personal risk and also an indication of success in personal compliance with wellfocused nutritional advice. People with more than half of their HUFA as omega6 (6S) are at a greater risk of death from CHD than those with less then half.

Strong association of % omega-6 HUFA (Omega 6s) with CHD martality. Heart attack death rates per 100,000
population are linear related (r=0.99) to the percent of omega-6 in blood HUFA.