HRV & Diabetes

HRV & 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 […]

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 serie: Karin Warbinek reports

Best Practice serie: 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 [...]
Can natural ways to stimulate the vagal nerve improve seizure control?

Can 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 […]

Best Practice serie: Erich Schwarz reports

Best Practice serie: Erich Schwarz reports

We continue with our Best Practice series "HRV-Professionals report". This time we looked over Erich Schwarz's shoulders and give you an insight into his practical work. Erich Schwarz certified hrv-professional certified mental coach Mail: erich.schwarz@hotmail.com website: www.powerscout.cc Erich, why did you decide to work with the HRV? “One of the main reasons is the experience [...]
Best Practice serie: Nicole Tradel reports

Best Practice serie: Nicole Tradel reports

We continue with our Best Practice series "HRV-Professionals report". This time we looked over Nicole Tradel's shoulders and give you an insight into his practical work. Nicole Tradel certified hrv-professional certified life and social counsellor psychological counselling certified expert for stress management and burnout prevention Mail: nicole@tradel.de website: https://www.tradel.at/ Nicole, why did you decide to work [...]
Best Practice serie: Lothar Lechler reports

Best Practice serie: Lothar Lechler reports

We continue with our Best Practice series "HRV-Professionals report". This time we looked over Lothar Lechler's shoulders and give you an insight into his practical work. Lothar LECHLER certified hrv-professional trainer, mediator and coach mental coach and coaching in competitive sport Mail: lothar.lechler@fels-training.de website: http://www.fels-training.de/ Lothar, why did you decide to work with the HRV? “I [...]
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 […]

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 […]

Fasting period – what for

Fasting period – what for

There are many different reasons to fast. One of them often is the desire to lose weight. But what is the Lent before Easter actually for? And what is it used for?   Backround In 2019, Lent begins on March the 6th and ends after 40 days (except Sundays) on April the 20th, it starts […]

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