Neurocardiology is a new clinical science. It’s primarily about unpacking and understanding the complicated relationship between our brain, our nervous system, and our heart.
Traditional cardiology treated the heart as a pump. However, as the pace of research intensified in the separate field of neuroscience, a more detailed mapping of the brain-body network established that neuroscience and cardiology could no longer be separate.
In this video, presenter Frederick Tamagi discusses the significance of neurocardiology.