HRV evaluation

Heart rate variability - the measure of health

Heart rate variability (HRV) is a measure of an organism's overall adaptive capacity and thus a measure of health.

Monitoring your HRV levels can give you new and helpful insights. This includes assessing your fitness level or what effects unpleasant stress really has on your body, mind and soul.

In addition, you will quickly determine whether and to what extent certain lifestyle factors such as a healthy diet, sufficient exercise, meditation or a relaxed atmosphere in the living area have a positive influence on your health.

Heart rate variability is calculated from the millisecond intervals between a person's individual heartbeats. The change in these temporal intervals is a measure of the regulatory capacity of the autonomic nervous system.

This controls all essential functional processes in the human organism. The interaction of its two branches - sympathetic nervous system for performance and parasympathetic nervous system or vagus for regeneration - can be recorded and visualized by measuring heart rate variability as evidence-based vegetative function diagnostics.

This graph shows the HRV image* of Daniela S., a 35-year-old psychotherapist from Graz. The black bars at the top of the image together with the dashed fire area below indicate severe disturbances of the heart rhythm from which the therapist had been suffering for some time.

During this time (2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.), the therapist was sitting in her car on the way to her practice, where she first resonated with the SYKK vibration field.

From 3:00 to 5:00 p.m., the HRV measurement subsequently shows - almost from one moment to the next - virtually no more extrasystoles.

These began - as can be clearly seen - again at 17.00 o'clock when Daniela S. was again with the car on the way home.

It wasn't until she had set up the SYKK energy dispenser again at home at 8 p.m. that the rhythm disturbances quickly disappeared. "It's impressive," says the visibly amazed psychotherapist, "how quickly and gently I got back into a state of relaxation."

*measured with the HRV recorder from "Autonom Health".