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: 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 […]

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 […]

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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