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Heart Rate Variability (HRV)

The physiological phenomenon known as heart rate variability, or HRV, is the variation, measured in milliseconds, that occurs between two consecutive heartbeats. When observing the milliseconds between heartbeats, a normal, healthy heart exhibits constant variation rather than a metronomic rhythm. Even though these fluctuations can’t be seen without specialized equipment, they can still be a sign of upcoming or current health issues, like heart problems or mental health issues like depression and anxiety.

The CardioMood CardioMood provides you insights on your HRV and RR intervals via the web portal.


Please go to the portal, and select the HRV tab.

Here you can find the artifacts which are found in the data from the CardioMood.

If you scroll down from the artifacts, you can find more insights and plots on the RR intervals returned from the CardioMood.

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