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Your dog – your fitness trainer

Your dog – your fitness trainer

If you have a dog, you must go for a walk in all kinds of weather at any time. The dog doesn’t mind the weather. In the rain, wind and snow it’s not always the favorite activity for the dog owner. But it keeps them active. So, it’s obvious that dogs encourage their owners to […]

Work-related stress & HRV

Work-related stress & HRV

Once Tenzin Gyatso, the 14th Dalai Lama, was asked what surprised him most about humanity, he replied: The human being. Because he sacrifices his health in order to make money. Then he sacrifices his money to regain his health. And then he is so anxious about the future that he does not enjoy the present; […]

Best practice: powerful again in your job

Best practice: powerful again in your job

We continue with our “Best Practice” series. Judith Steiner, 35, tells how she became aware of HRV & My Autonom Health and what has changed.   Miss Judith Steiner, 35 Bank employee   With my 35 years – in the prime of my life, so to speak – I can proudly look back on 15 […]

Artifacts vs. Arrhythmia

Artifacts vs. Arrhythmia

How can artifacts be distinguished from arrhythmias? How can you discover artifacts or arrhythmias?   We repeatedly get emails and phone calls in the office, asking why the error rate of certain measurements is so high. Are these artifacts or cardiac arrhythmias? Therefore, we from Autonom Health want to explain the difference in this blog […]

The use of HRV for stroke detection

The use of HRV for stroke detection

Heart Rate Variability (HRV) is already used in many research areas as a noninvasive method for risk stratification. But what is the connection between the HRV and a stroke? Introduction  EA stroke is now the world’s leading cause of disability and the second most common cause of death after a heart attack. A stroke is […]

Do you know the basics of the heart rate variability?

Do you know the basics of the heart rate variability?

The Heart Rate Variability (HRV) shows how adaptive an organism is. Thereby it represents a meaningful measure of health that can hardly be influenced. A variable heartbeat indicates a good state of health, while a constant heart rate is a warning sign. We can visualize these subtle differences from one heartbeat to the next one […]

Best Practice: exercise intensity from Nicole Schott

Best Practice: exercise intensity from Nicole Schott

We continue with our Best Practice series. Seppi Neuhauser (http://www.trail-of-life.at/) tells us how he used the HRV to check the training intensity of Nicole Schott, who is a figure skater.   Monitoring a normal training routine of Nicole Schott, a figure skater, with the HRV sports Training report: She was measured on a normal training […]

Weather sensitivity, a myth?

Weather sensitivity, a myth?

Many people are according to themselves weather-sensitive.   And already the Romans knew: weather changes effect health! Nevertheless, the theory about the phenomenon “weather sensitivity” is controversial. Is it real or not?   But what is weather sensitivity? Weather sensitivity is characterized by the reduction of the threshold of the autonomic nervous system. The affected […]

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