Heart Rate Variability Testing on the SafeSpace Cell Patch
The health of the entire body can be determined by analyzing the length of time between each heartbeat. The difference in time between each heartbeat is referred to as heart rate variability (HRV). Like a fingerprint, each individual’s heart rate variability is unique. This “fingerprint” reflects all of the fluctuating neurological, immunological, and hormonal processes that occur in a human body.
A decrease in heart rate variability has emerged as the single most common risk factor for many chronic diseases such as diabetes, chronic fatigue, chronic heart failure, neurological disorders, and many other conditions.*
The key advantage to Heart Rate Variability analysis is its ability to detect disorders long before they would be revealed by an ordinary physical examination.