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HRV Stress TestDiscover the Rhythm of Your Heart: Comprehensive Heart Rate Variability Testing for Optimal Health

Learn more about your body’s stress response!LOW Hrv has been associated with a higher risk of cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and other health conditions.

An abnormal heart rate variability isn’t something that will cause a medical emergency, however it can be a sign of current health problems or issues down the road.

HRV results can provide insight into your stress levels, sleep quality, and overall health. This information can be used to help you make positive changes in your life, such as reducing stress or increasing your physical activity.

What is it?

The HRV at RMEDY Health is a safe, painless examination. Patients wear a device that monitors the electrical signals produced by the heart and measures  the variation in time between each heartbeat while they are at rest.

Who is it for?

This test is useful for patients who are experiencing symptoms of low HRV such as:

  • Stress-related disorders
  • Chronic pain
  • Sleep disorders
  • Insulin resistance
  • Cardiovascular diseases
  • Fatigue
  • Dizziness or lightheadedness
  • Poor exercise tolerance
  • Breathing difficulties
  • Anxiety or depression

WhAt can an HRV Assess?


HRV testing can be used to assess the overall health of the cardiovascular system. Research has shown that individuals with low HRV are at increased risk for developing cardiovascular diseases such as heart disease and stroke.


HRV testing can be used to evaluate stress levels and assess the bodys’ ability to cope with stress. Studies have shown that individuals with high HRV tend to have better stress resilience and are better able to handle stress than those with low HRV.


HRV testing can be used to monitor the effectiveness of treatment for certain conditions such as heart disease, hypertension, and diabetes. Changes in HRV may indicate whether treatment is working effectively or whether adjustments need to be made.


HRV testing can be used to optimize training programs for athletes. By monitoring an athlete’s HRV, coaches and trainers can determine the appropriate intensity and duration of training sessions, helping to maximize performance while minimizing the risk of injury.


HRV testing can be used in mind-body practices such as meditation, yoga, and biofeedback to help individuals achieve a state of relaxation and reduce stress levels. By monitoring HRV during these practices, individuals can learn to regulate their heart rate and improve their overall health and well-being.


  • Pulse Rate: measurement of the heart rate, or the number of times the heart beats per minute.
  • Parasympathetic Nervous System:  handles inputs from internal organs, like digestion or your fingernails and hair growing. It causes a decrease in heart rate.
  • Sympathetic Nervous System: reflects responses to things like stress and exercise, and increases your heart rate and blood pressure.

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Gordon C.


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