hypoxbreath® – HRV monitoring

hypoxbreath®
HRV monitoring

As early as 1,700 years ago, Chinese scholars stated the following:

“If a person’s heartbeat is as regular as the dripping of rain on the roof or the knocking of a woodpecker in the forest, then the patient will be dead in 4 days.”

As early as 1,700 years ago, Chinese scholars stated the following:

“If a person’s heartbeat is as regular as the dripping of rain on the roof or the knocking of a woodpecker in the forest, then the patient will be dead in 4 days.”

Even back then, people knew about heart rate variability (HRV) and balance of the autonomous nervous system (sympathetic/parasympathetic).

Today, scientists regard HRV as an important indicator of health and fitness. As a marker of physiological resilience and behavioural flexibility, HRV reflects the body’s ability to effectively adapt to stress and environmental demands. It is known, for example, that heart attack patients demonstrate very weak HRV.

Studies have long shown that HRV diagnostics can be used to predict disease events before changes have occurred in the physical body. A below-average HRV can therefore be seen as a marker of declining mental and physical resilience and future health problems.

By evaluating HRV, it is therefore possible to wonderfully understand the effect a measure  or circumstance has on the physiological processes in the body.

HRV under stress

HRV of a residing/resilient body

hypoxbreath compiles the training evaluations in a simple and clear way:

Even back then, people knew about heart rate variability (HRV) and balance of the autonomous nervous system (sympathetic/parasympathetic).

Today, scientists regard HRV as an important indicator of health and fitness. As a marker of physiological resilience and behavioural flexibility, HRV reflects the body’s ability to effectively adapt to stress and environmental demands. It is known, for example, that heart attack patients demonstrate very weak HRV.

Studies have long shown that HRV diagnostics can be used to predict disease events before changes have occurred in the physical body. A below-average HRV can therefore be seen as a marker of declining mental resilience and future health problems.

By evaluating HRV, it is therefore possible to wonderfully understand the effect a measure  or circumstance has on the physiological processes in the body.

HRV under stress

HRV of a residing/resilient body

hypoxbreath compiles the training evaluations in a simple and clear way: