HEART RATE VARIABILITY
It is believed that Heart Rate Variability (HRV) will become as common as pulse, blood pressure or temperature in patient charts in the near future. Heart rate variability (HRV) is a measure of variations in the heart rate. It is usually calculated by analyzing the time series of beat-to-beat intervals from ECG or arterial pressure tracings. The greater the heart rate variability the healthier the heart.
Heart rate variability is also a tool that represents the balance between the sympathetic and parasympathetic (Vagus) branches of the autonomic nervous system. Sympathetic and parasympathetic nerves carry efferent (motor) signals to the heart and different signals to the brain for reflex functions. You can think of the Parasympathetic nerves (rest and regeneration) as a braking system that slow the heart rate and this in turn will improve your heart rate variability score. You can think of the Sympathetic nerves (fight or flight) as the gas pedal that accelerate the heart rate and this in turn will lower your heart rate variability score. Its good to have a healthy balance between the two, as the autonomic nervous system regulates back forth between the two through out the day.
When stressors and past trauma negatively impact the biophoton field regulation, this in turn negatively impacts the proper regulation of the body’s biochemistry. The autonomic nervous system senses this stress and moves into sympathetic fight or flight mode. If the stressors and past trauma are not properly addressed, the autonomic nervous system can stay chronically stuck in sympathetic fight or flight mode. This in turn will lower your heart rate variability score, cause incoherent heart rhythms, and can cause a cascade of health issues listed below.
In order to move the autonomic nervous system back into a healthy parasympathetic / sympathetic balance, the underlying stressor and trauma must be addressed and energetically cleared. In heart rate variability testing with people being harmonized with the Pure Harmony Pendant for the very first time, we have seen corrective shifts in their autonomic nervous system with a movement from sympathetic fight or flight to parasympathetic rest and regeneration within only minutes after the harmonizing process. This energetic release of stressors and past trauma helps to restore proper regulation to the biophoton field, which in turn helps to restore proper regulation to the autonomic nervous system, supporting coherent heart rhythms, and optimizing health.
Incoherent Heart Rhythms
Coherent Heart Rhythms