The Heart-Brain Connection

The Heart-Brain Connection … A brain without a body could not think; at least, the continuity of mental functions is assured by corresponding motor functions … it is of course possible with sufficient training partially to inhibit the motor aspect of the thinking and thus increase the facility of thinking.1 The idea is simple: your […]

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HRV Supplement: Physiological Coherence

HRV Supplement: Physiological Coherence “When coherence is increased in a single system that is coupled to other systems, it can pull the other systems into coherence or entrainment, resulting in increased cross-coherence in the activity of the other systems, even across different time scales of activity. An example of this is in the increased heart-brain […]

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Heart Rate Variability (HRV)

Heart Rate Variability (HRV) Heart rate variability is the average measurement of the differences in time between each heart beat. “Your heart rate changes on a beat-to-beat basis – called the “interbeat interval” – modulated by your autonomic nervous system, based on your breathing rate, among other factors: “The sympathovagal interaction from the [central autonomic […]

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MVMNT is Life

An endorheic lake is one which has no outflow; one whose equilibrium is managed by evaporation. The Dead Sea is one such lake, and it’s called dead for a reason: it’s salinity, or salt content, is so high that it creates a condition too harsh for aquatic life to thrive. It’s a common principle that […]

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