Dr. Erin offers a unique look into the overall function of multiple organ systems and tissues with the Regulation Thermometry equipment.
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As Dr. Erin’s mentor, Dr. Gerard Gueniot put it, self-cure is equivalent to adequate homeostasis, which is effectively self-regulation. If we are cold, we constrict our blood vessels at the periphery and surface of the skin to reduce loss of heat; blood is shunted to the head and core of the body. If we are hot we dilate those same vessels to lose heat. This is homeostasis and should work in our bodily systems without incident. In reality, however, it may not. Hence we can measure this and see multiple variations, reflecting underlying organ capacity or failure to self-regulate.