Heart Rate Variability
Heart Rate Variability Testing is a non-invasive electrophysiology test that assesses minor variations in a person’s heart rate. Heart rate is not fixed and ideally, a healthy individual’s heart rate should adapt to internal and external stresses such as emotional stress, physical exertion, respiration, allergies, etc. Therefore, a lower HRV test score could indicate a sign of poor health. HRV testing can examine how a person’s cardiac autonomous nervous system may be contributing to various health conditions.
Reasons For Testing: Heart failure, sleep disorders, dizziness, obesity, stress response, headaches, hypertension, diabetes, obesity