Hearth Rate Variability – Cardiac Coherence


The last two decades have witnessed the recognition of a significant relationship between the autonomic nervous system and cardiovascular mortality, including sudden cardiac death.

Hearth rate variability (Heart Rate Variability – HRV), is a physiological phenomenon characterized by the variability in the time interval between heartbeats.

The international literature shows a close correlation between the reduction of HR and the increased incidence of acute cardiovascular diseases.

In the variation of the interval between heartbeats (HRV), alterations of the patient’s mood come into play. HRV seems to be minor in patients who have a higher heart rate, particularly in patients under severe stress (also working) or anxious.

Walter Rudolf Hess (1881-1973), recipient of the Nobel Prize for Medicine, suggested in the ’50s that the autonomic nervous system was not only vegetative and automatic, but was also integrated into a system that included both the central nervous system and the peripheral.

So, as the autonomic nervous system is connected to the entire body (organ systems), it could be argued that its dysfunction can appear everywhere and therefore also in the heart.


What information does it give us?

520 consecutive beats are measured. It provides information about heart rate, HRV, dysfunction of the autonomic nervous system with prevalence of the sympathetic or parasympathetic.


What can affect the autonomic nervous system?

There are countless causes that could cause alterations in the autonomic nervous system, including some the most important:

– Scars

– Chronic stress

– Anxiety

– Chronic diseases

– Noise Fields

– Latent infections


What can be done?

Time therapy follows the diagnosis, in order to restore the balance of the autonomic nervous system. At Ortho-bio-med, “orthomolecular” infusions associated with neural therapy according to Huneke, herbal medicine and more, depending on the clinic and needs, are prepared.

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