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How my exercise affects my sleep

How my exercise affects my sleep

HRV & Sleep Morning and evening physical exercise differentially regulate the autonomic nervous system during nocturnal sleep in humans   How does my exercise affect my sleep?? The study investigated whether physical exercise in the morning and in the evening regulates the autonomic nervous system differently in humans during nighttime sleep. The results show that […]

Why preventive healthcare with Autonom Health?

Why preventive healthcare with Autonom Health?

We have been improving health in companies since 2006. We want to provide easy and cheap access to health. Due to more than 18 years of activity in the field of HRV, we have the largest specific HRV reference database with over 45,000 artifact-free long-term measurements. It uses this as a basis for scientific work […]

Comparison of Autonom Health and other providers

Comparison of Autonom Health and other providers

How is the Autonom Health-HRV different from other systems on the market? You can measure HRV in different ways. The question is, how big, how simple and how reliable is the benefit of the measurements and, above all, how valid are the results? The highly precise 24/7 monitoring from Autonom Health enables the current performance [...]
Best practice – a picture book like running season

Best practice – a picture book like running season

We continue with our heart rate variabiltiy-“Best Practice” series. From his point of view, Seppi Neuhauser (http://www.trail-of-life.at/) tells us what the 2019 running season was like for him. How it all started I did my first endurance competition 30 years ago. At national and international level, I took part in triathlon, marathon, mountain and trail […]

HRV-chest belt system with interactice app

HRV-chest belt system with interactice app

The time has come: The interactive health coach is here! The new interactive app for the use of Bluetooth-enabled HRV chest straps is ready for you! HRV measurements are now transmitted directly to the mobile phone using chest straps and HRV devices with Bluetooth technology. It is thus possible to track its performance live during […]

HRV and diabetes

HRV and diabetes

What is the relationship between heart rate variability (HRV) and diabetes? The disease diabetes mellitus is a chronic metabolic disorder that is associated with a chronically elevated blood sugar level. More than 90 percent of all diabetes sufferers are affected by type 2 diabetes, which often starts in adulthood. Type 2 diabetes partly has genetic […]

Best Practice serie: Henry Bucko reports

Best Practice serie: Henry Bucko reports

We continue with our Best Practice series "HRV-Professionals report" This time we looked over Henry Bucko's shoulders and give you an insight into his practical work. Henry BUCKO certified hrv-professional Professional stress management for Germany, Austria and Switzerland Founder and owner of STRESSPOINT certified trainer for stress regulation and burnout prevention Mail: info@stresspoint.ch website: www.stresspoint.ch [...]
Pulse vs. HRV

Pulse vs. HRV

What is the difference between a pulse and an HRV measurement? Does a pulse measurement have the same significance as an HRV measurement? What does a pulse measurement say, what does an HRV measurement mean? Definition Pulse Pulse refers to the throbbing of the blood (caused by the heartbeat) on the vessel walls. This is […]

Best Practice series: Karin Warbinek reports

Best Practice series: Karin Warbinek reports

We continue with our Best Practice series "HRV-Professionals and Partners report". This time we looked over Karin Warbinek's shoulders and give you an insight into her practical work. Karin WARBINEK certified tsar® trainer certified mental and motivation coach bank employee Mail: karin.warbinek@gmx.at Website: www.karin-warbinek.at Karin, why did you decide to work with the HRV? “One [...]
Natural ways to stimulate the vagal nerve improve seizure control?

Natural ways to stimulate the vagal nerve improve seizure control?

Yuen and Sander (2019) have addressed the question if there are natural ways of stimulating the vagus, leading to an increase in HRV to reduce epileptic seizures.   Introduction The tenth cranial nerve, the vagus nerve – from the Latin vagari “wandering”, “straying” – is the largest nerve of the parasympathetic nervous system. Therefore, in […]

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