Stress - HNO Berlin - HNO Charlottenburg - Dr. Kathrin Ernst
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HRV

Stress

The body’s neurovegetative regulatory capacity is an indicator for relaxation and tension and therefore for states of chronic stress.

The state of neurovegetative regulation is recognizable from the variation in the chronological sequence of individual heartbeats, so-called heart rate variability.

The examination indicates the activity of the parasympathetic nervous system and therefore the presence of chronic stress. It gives good evidence that health suffers when the parasympathetic nervous system persistently malfunctions.

Balanced parasympathetic nervous system function is important especially in tinnitus, sleep disorder and chronic infection.

DIAGNOSIS

  • heart rate variability measurement

THERAPY

  • coaching