Discussing HRV (heart rate variability)

Hi All! Just one more (but very powerful) way to manage stress & improve your life. This is me and kate talking on video!

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Use HRV training (heart rate variability) to control stress & achieve balance in your bodies Managing stress helps you be focused on the present moment to make good decisions and maintain healthy relationships both in your personal & professional life.


0.23 HRV - a heart meditation used to manage stress

0.41 The history & science of the heart brain

1.35 The role of the heart in controlling our emotions, decisions & physical health

2.41 Heart positive emotions.

3.22 Heart -brain feedback loop.

3.47 HRV Exercise

6.13 How to use HRV at work & in personal relationships.

7.17 Calming yourself calms others.

8.52 HRV training plan

9.37 Tracking your HRV with a device & app

10.00 The difference between average heart rate & HRV coherence

11.48 How to use the device and app

12.05 What the state of coherence looks like in the app.

12.54 How the app guides you.

13.25 The benefit of real time feedback.


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