Heart Rate Variability is an objective tool that can be used to help determine a person’s status in the healing process after receiving a concussion. It can help remove bias to ensure a person who sustained a mild traumatic brain injury is physiologically ready to return to normal activity.
There are countless diets and nutrition plans being touted as “the solution” but with such varied results. Why will some people thrive on a nutrition plan while others gain weight or get sick? This is where an objective, individualized measure of the body’s response to lifestyle factors such as Heart Rate Variability comes in.
This case study shows how HRV is a valuable tool to help guide you or your clients through the weight loss process. Objective data increases motivation and accountability for overcoming roadblocks and ensuring continuing progress.
Psychological factors can affect physical recovery from injury and back pain. This case study is an example of how we used Heart Rate Variability as a guide towards improving psychological factors and ultimately.