Heart Rate Variability

Herat Rate Variability

The Best Biomarker*

The heartbeat is measured with the help of an electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG) signal which is obtained from a standard device,

From the ECG/EKG recording we can measure how your heart beats vary from beat to beat.

Heart rate variability (HRV) is the fluctuation in the time intervals between adjacent heartbeats.

HRV is an easy and non-invasive way to identify imbalances in your autonomic-nervous system’s activity. It is used to determine your health condition and can predict diseases.

A high (normal) HRV is a marker for health and a low HRV a marker for diseases.

(*) HRV is the best biomarker to assess the balance of the autonomic nervous system and overall your body physiology.


The following conditions usually show an imbalance of your ANS activity (the list is not exhaustive):

  • Stress/fatigue

  • Burnout

  • Chronic fatigue

  • Non-restorative sleep

  • Sleep apnea

  • Anxiety

  • Mental stress/Depression

  • PTSD

HRV is a biomarker for these conditions as well as other severe affection like auto-immunes diseases.

Here at the clinic we use HRV analysis to correlate your health condition with your physiological, neurological status and as a indicator of recovery in case of non-invasive vagus nerve stimulaiton.


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