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HRV Q&A#2: Slow vs. Fast Breathing, Arterial Baroreflex Sensitivity, Nervous Systems Explained.
24th December 2021 • Hanu Health • Hanu Health, Inc.
00:00:00 01:13:28

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Jay covers some interesting findings from a new scientific study and delves deeply into questions from listeners about slow-paced breathing, biomarker comparisons, and a comparison of time and domain frequency measurements.

In this episode, you'll learn:

-Submit your questions and possibly win Hanu Health swag...02:00

-Learn what the Hanu Health business is all about...04:40

-A good explanation of sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system...08:00

-Where HRV comes into play...10:45

-Dr. Wiles summary of a new study on slow breathing, HRV, and arterial baroreflex sensitivity...12:55

-Learn different strategies to help regulate heart rate...19:40

-Comparing slow paced vs. fast paced breathing in regards to HRV...23:40

-The best practice is the practice that you do...34:30

-Why we compare certain biomarkers but not HRV...42:45

-The difference between time domain and frequency domain measurements...54:20

-And much more!

Dr. Jay T. Wiles is an international speaker, scientist, clinician, influencer, and subject-matter expert and authority on the interconnection between the human stress response and health performance/optimization. Dr. Wiles is a clinical health and performance psychologist with board certification in heart rate variability biofeedback and peripheral biofeedback and works as a leading consultant in psychophysiology to health influencers, professional athletes and teams, executives, and high performers. He has pioneered new and innovative means of using heart rate variability (HRV) and respiratory training as both diagnostic indicators of the dynamic nature of the human stress response, alongside therapeutic tools for regulating and conditioning this response for peak human performance.

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