Medical researchers discovered a biological system in the body that can literally reverse the effects of ergotropic tuning. Interestingly, this system, called the parasympathetic system, is intricately connected to the biological mechanisms of breathing. And clinicians found that breathing can even regulate the activity of the parasympathetic system.
The challenge has been to create a medical device capable of measuring the effects of breathing on the parasympathetic system, and guiding a person on how use this information to reduce ergotropic tuning. Helicor Inc. has been awarded Frost and Sullivanâ€™s 2006 Medical Innovation of the Year award for accomplishing this achievement.