Investigation of heart rate variability (HRV)
With each breath we take, the heartbeat accelerates and then when we breathe out, it slows down.
The method of examining heart rate variability records these dynamic changes in the heartbeat and thus the body's ability to slow down and speed up the pulse.
The method is suitable for investigating
- circulatory disorders
- Polyneuropathies affecting the internal organs,
- Unclear falls
- Dizziness and lightheadedness.
The examination standard includes three clearly defined conditions:
- The deep and slow inhalation and exhalation in a given rhythm.
- The short strong blowing against a resistance also called "Valsalva manoeuvre".
- Changing from lying to standing.
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