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It’s heart time

By October 24, 2023News

It’s heart time. Do you want to learn how to restore inner balance, energy levels and well-being; reduce stress and improve relationships?   If so, you might be interested in heart rate variability (HRV) biofeedback, a technique that teaches you how to breathe at your optimal frequency and increase your heart rate variability (HRV) using a number of simple yet innovative techniques. All it takes is 60 breaths out of the 16000 breaths most people take each day. Practise over a period of three months and you are set to achieve remarkable and sustainable benefits in body and mind and in so doing create a new and improved default baseline for your heart rate variability.

The techniques taught are evidence supported and backed by decades of scientific work and delivered by a trained and certified practitioner. That way you get the best experience possible and see in real time the improvements in your baseline measurements.

HRV is a measure of the variation in time between heartbeats. It reflects the balance between the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems, which regulate the body’s response to stress, anxiety and relaxation. A higher HRV means a more adaptive and resilient body. Research also shows it is a key indicator to your physical health and even longevity.

HRV biofeedback is a simple and effective way to train your HRV. You can use a device that monitors your heart rate and respiration and provides you with real-time feedback. State of the art sensors now capable of performing 500 readings per second add to the reliability and accuracy of recordings and the quality of the feedback information obtained. By following the feedback, you can adjust your breathing rate and depth to match your individual resonance frequency, which is the frequency that maximizes your HRV. With tables established for what is normal for different ages and gender, HRV is a welcomed treatment within the medical and allied health arena.

By practicing HRV biofeedback regularly, you can learn to enhance your HRV and achieve a state of coherence, where your heart, brain, and nervous system are in sync. This can lead to benefits such as improved mood, cognition, cardiovascular health, and immune function.

If you want to try HRV biofeedback for yourself, you can choose from different devices and protocols that suit your needs and preferences.  Follow the link below to learn more and experience Heartmath and the science behind these powerful tools that are available through our certified practitioner, Rob Curtis to share with you.

https://www.heartmath.com/experience/

Give us a call on 65560075 or make an enquiry through our Contact page on our website www.learningcurves.com.au