Heart Rate Variability “HRV”
Heart Math emWave Pro is a therapy program that collects pulse data through a sensor with software that translates the information from your heart rhythms into graphics displayed on the computer monitor allowing you to watch in real time how thoughts and emotions affect your heart rhythms. emWave Pro is based on decades of research and used by tens of thousands of people in over 85 countries. The heart and brain maintain a continuous two-way dialogue, each influencing the others functioning. The signals the heart sends to the brain can influence perception, emotional processing and higher cognitive functions. This system and circuitry is viewed by neurocardiology researchers as a “heart brain.” HeartMath has published research demonstrating how HRV varies with age and gender and on the use of HRV analyses to assess alterations in autonomic function in conditions such as panic disorder and chronic fatigue. Studies using HeartMath techniques and technology have been published in many peer reviewed journals including: The American Journal of Cardiology, Harvard Business Review and Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine. The Institute of HeartMath is an internationally recognized, nonprofit research organization that helps people reduce stress. HeartMath’s studies show that thinking and feeling anger, fear and frustration causes DNA to change shape according to thoughts and feelings. The good news is that this can be reversed. Holistic Emotional Therapy utilizes HeartMath to train clients on these techniques.
Revitalize and Rejuvenate
- Quickly re-balance mind, body and emotions as you reduce stress.
- Build resilience through improved health, stamina and well-being.
- Avoid burnout in chaotic and changing environments.
- Maximize creativity and innovation.
- Boost performance and increase mental clarity and memory.
- Be less reactive, think more clearly, make better decisions- especially under pressure.
This biofeedback helps increase calm and improve clarity. Increasing the variability of the heart rate (your heart beat) in fact correlates well with more robust brain and heart health.