1. What is HRA?
HRA is an awarded ‘Computer-Aided Screening and Functional Diagnosis’ non-invasive investigation tool for the entire human body. HRA is looking for the functional state of 201 different volumes (organs and system, biochemistry, neurotransmitters, electrolyte, blood, pH, oxyradical) in the human body, providing expert level guidance according to its functional diagnosis.
2. What are the principles behind HRA?
3. How to prove HRA’s scientific validity?
HRA system was first used in daily body assessment and dietary guidance for the astronauts, athletes and nuclear researchers, which is characterized by non-invasive and radiationless, fast and accurate, harmless and repeatable.
4. What are the differences between HAR detection and conventional medical testing?
Conventional examination only tells whether you are suffering from existed diseases or not, which is not accurate and efficient during the early stage of the symptoms, it cannot meet people’s increasing requirements of health management. Therefore, HRA system is focusing on disease screening and early detection.
5. How does HRA work?
HRA’s expert-level system is able to deliver a full analytical report on the detailed functioning of the complete body with organs and systems (down to the hormones), along with quantifying the risks for pathologies, generating early diagnosis of hypertension, arteriosclerosis, coronary heart disease, diabetes, liver disease, kidney tumor and other diseases, giving recommendations for conventional examinations, and suggestions for therapies.
6. I’m always feeling tired and cannot find the reason by conventional medical testing. How can HRA help me?
HRA’s patented cross-analysis algorithms allow to calculate the bio-electroimpedance of 201 different volumes in the human body, most of the volumes cannot be measured by conventional examination. With quickly spotting the disorders of human body, HRA’s integrated intelligent processing system can provide professional guidance for health management.
7. Is it necessary for the healthy people to take HRA examination?
The data shows that only 15% of the population can meet the health standards of the World Health Organization, while people in sub-healthy state accounts for about 65%. Many people around us are in a sub-healthy condition, with varying degrees of health risk factors that need to be paid attention. Therefore, healthy people also need HRA examination.