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2024 Ramadan Study

Register and Discover how your habits and practices during the Holy Month of Ramadan are effecting your Heart, Body and Brain.

- Full Study - Include 2 ECG and 2 EEG assessments

- Partial Study - Includes 2 ECG assessments

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WHAT WE DO

Helping Muslims Measure and Manage Their Stress and Emotions!

See your results and start improving the next best version of yourself!

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Brain Assessment

We utilize an FDA-approved multifaceted brain performance assessment tool engineered to measure brain health and track its changes. These tests combine measurements of brain response and physical response to provide a panoramic assessment of brain function. These tests make it possible to assess the effect of mild traumatic injury to the brain (for example, concussion) and, for those who are proactively improving brain health, to measure the effectiveness of their efforts.

Heart Rate Variability Assessment

The Heart Rate Variability is a measure of the variation in time between each heartbeat.  An HRV assessment serves the purpose of offering a snapshot; "evidence" of how your body is responding to stress, and how it may be subsequently degrading your health.  The HRV is able to objectively measure the impact of integrative healing modalities that may include dietary, supplement, exercise, sleep, prayer, meditation, detoxification, and emotional/psychological coherence.

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2024 Ramadan Study

Ever Wonder About What Happens To Your

Heart, Brain and Body During The Holy Month Of Ramadan?

Services

SERVICES

About

ABOUT

INSPIRED BY OUR FOUNDER

Our story starts with our founder and a network of highly qualified health professionals who are constantly striving to discover more about their health and well-being and the tools to help refine our Islamic spiritual practices.

For the past 2 decades we have been fascinated with personal development, human potential and the 3 Brains of the Human Body that are never monitored or measured.

We launched the Muslim Health Institute to fill a huge gap in what people are told and what they can potentially discover about their health and wellness. We believe that you cannot manage what you don't measure or monitor.

Please join us on this journey to bring the best of Prophetic knowledge and cutting-edge diagnostic assessments available to Muslims around the globe. 

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Testimonials

TESTIMONIALS

The Heart Rate Variability assessment was an eye-opening experience for me. I was unaware that such a test existed. I received powerful insight into my energy potential, brain state, spine performance and so much more. Afterwards, I felt both inspired and energized. I found it fascinating to learn more about the health of my mind and body. I highly recommend this test to anyone looking to gain further insight/knowledge about our most precious asset: our body.

Amir H.
Ohio, United States

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GOD WILLING WE ARE COMING TO MASJID NEAR YOU

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Ramadan Study
March 9 – 10, 2023

FAQs
  • What is a Brain Performance Assessment?
    Muslim Health Institute provides a multifaceted brain performance assessment using a 19 point EEG for those who are proactively improving brain health to measure the effectiveness of their prayers, practices and efforts. We utilize a multifaceted brain performance assessment tool engineered to measure brain health and track its changes. These tests combine measurements of brain response and physical response to provide a panoramic assessment of brain function. These tests make it possible to assess the effect of mild traumatic injury to the brain (for example, concussion) and, for those who are proactively improving brain health, to measure the effectiveness of their efforts.
  • What is an EEG?
    An EEG (or electroencephalogram) is a typically non-invasive method that tracks and records brain wave patterns. Localized brain activity is recorded via a number of metal electrodes. The EEG brain test is an ideal tool for tracking and observing brain state changes.
  • What is an ERP?
    An ERP (or event-related potential) is a measure of brain response. EEG is used to record the brain’s reaction to a novel stimulus such as a sound or image. ERP tests are time locked to a certain stimulus with a very high temporal resolution (down to the millisecond). Having been involved in innumerable clinical research studies over the last 70+ years, ERP tests are well-established metrics.
  • What is Heart Rate Variability?
    HRV is simply a measure of the variation in time between each heartbeat. This variation is controlled by a primitive part of the nervous system called the autonomic nervous system (ANS). It works behind the scenes, automatically regulating our heart rate, blood pressure, breathing, and digestion among other key tasks. The ANS is subdivided into two large components: the sympathetic and the parasympathetic nervous system, also known as the fight-or-flight mechanism and the relaxation response.
  • Why should I get a Heart Rate Variability assessment?
    An HRV scan is a painless, effortless scan of your heart rate variability, which requires you to simply sit and breathe for a few minutes while the machine captures a multitude of heartbeats. An HRV assessment serves the purpose of offering a snapshot; "evidence" of how your body is responding to stress, and how it may be subsequently degrading your health. The HRV serves as an assessment of a patient's health status as well as a determination of treatment efficiency. It is able to objectively measure the impact of integrative healing modalities that may include dietary, supplement, exercise, sleep, prayer, meditation, detoxification, and emotional/psychological rebalancing.
  • What Does the HRV Scan Measure?
    ECG recording with real-time monitoring of functional state in the body Stress Index (is stress low or high) Assessment of the state of the cardiovascular and nervous system (is the body in fight or flight, exhausted, or balanced) Assessment of the body’s neurohumoral regulation (energy and metabolism) Assessment of the body's current psycho-emotional state using the method of brain biorhythm mapping (is the brain stressed or balanced) Assessment of the body's adaptation level and level of harmonization of biological rhythms Determination of the patient’s biological age, determination of premature aging or reversed aging Simultaneous representation of two surveys’ results with a view of comparative analysis
  • How Does the HRV Scan Decode the Heartbeat?
    The FFT, or Fast Fourier Transform, is a digital tool that analyzes the Heart Rate Signal using time and frequency algorithms, measuring periodic oscillations of the heart rate signal’s different frequencies and amplitudes. This provides information on the amount of their relative intensity (termed variance of power) in the heart's sinus rhythm as seen in the ECG. The Fast Fourier Transform breaks down the ECG into its frequency-component bandwidths that correspond to specific parts of the nervous system, which regulates the body Low frequency (LF) corresponds to sympathetic nervous system regulation, or acute stress/fight or flight mode High frequency (HF) corresponds to parasympathetic regulation, or rest/digest/heal/detoxify mode Very low frequency (VLF) reflects the central nervous system (CNS) and its regulation through its downstream hormones accessed through HPA axis, as seen in "burn out" mode and a state of adrenal fatigue/exhaustion
  • What is the ANS?
    The autonomic nervous system (ANS) plays a major role in the regulation of bodily functions such as the heart rate, digestion and respiratory rate among others. Evidently, proper functioning of the ANS is of great importance to homeostasis and overall health. The brain is constantly processing information in a region called the hypothalamus. The ANS provides signals to the hypothalamus, which then instructs the rest of the body either to stimulate or to relax different functions. It responds not only to a poor night of sleep, or that sour interaction with your boss, but also to the exciting news that you got engaged, or to that delicious healthy meal you had for lunch. Our body handles all kinds of stimuli and life goes on. However, if we have persistent instigators such as stress, poor sleep, unhealthy diet, dysfunctional relationships, isolation or solitude, and lack of exercise, this balance may be disrupted, and your fight-or-flight response can shift into overdrive.
  • How can i schedule the Muslim Health Institute to come to my Masjid, Office and or Clinic?
    Please book through our website, or email your request details to bookings@muslimhealthinstitue.com
  • How can I be a part of the Muslim Health Institute team?
    Please email further details to info@muslimhealthinstitute.com
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