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What is Heart Rate Variability?
Heart Rate Variability (HRV) refers to how variable heart rate is from one beat to the next when breathing in and out at rest.
What’s the difference between heart rate and heart rate variability?
Heart rate (HR) is measured in beats per minute (BPM). It doesn’t require exact times, just the average beats over a specific time frame. For example, a 65 BPM heart rate could mean 1 beat per second, or it could mean an average of 1 beat every 0.5s, 1.5s, 0.5s, 1.5s, etc. Heart rate tracking has been done for eons due to the low-tech requirements for measurement.
Generally, a low HR indicates rest, while a high HR corresponds with exercise or exertion.
While HR focuses on the average beats per minute, HRV measures the specific changes in time – or variability – between heart beats. The time between beats is measured in milliseconds and is called an “R-R interval” or “inter-beat interval (IBI).”
Four common examples of how HRV monitoring helps in real life:
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