29 min

#80 - The Science of HRV: Advanced Analysis for Healthcare Providers, Part 2 The FAKTR Podcast

    • Health & Fitness

The Science of HRV: Advanced Analysis for Healthcare Providers Pt 2

In our last episode we heard from Dr. David Hopper, a chiropractor and professor of anatomy & physiology at the National University of Health Sciences.  He taught us that the science of studying Heart Rate Variability can provide a comprehensive gauge of our nervous system's flexibility and our overall physiological resilience.

In today's episode, we'll delve into how HRV functions as a predictive tool for health management, explore its role in differentiating between the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems, and discuss how athletes at all levels can use HRV data to fine-tune their training for optimal performance.

Key Points: 
Understanding time domains and frequency domains in HRV analysisImportance of measuring HRV trends for long-term health monitoringIdentifying physiological shifts through daily, weekly, and seasonal HRV trackingImpact of HRV on athletic training and performance.Identifying signs of functional and nonfunctional overreaching.Whether you've tuned in today to learn more about using HRV with your patients or to improve your own performance, we've got you covered.

This Episode Sponsored by: N-LITE 

N-LITE is a game-changer for managing youth sports teams. It's about less time on administration and more time nurturing the next generation of athletes.is a revolutionary talent optimization platform that leverages sophisticated algorithms and AI to unlock hidden talents, amplify human potential and transform how organizations manage, develop and enhance athlete and player performance.

LINKS:

Full Webinar Replay:
https://event.webinarjam.com/go/replay/112/n7zv6f8oty6tmws1

NEW Certifications:
https://tinyurl.com/pod-79-certs

Join our Email List:
https://faktrperformance.com/join-the-list-5776

The Science of HRV: Advanced Analysis for Healthcare Providers Pt 2

In our last episode we heard from Dr. David Hopper, a chiropractor and professor of anatomy & physiology at the National University of Health Sciences.  He taught us that the science of studying Heart Rate Variability can provide a comprehensive gauge of our nervous system's flexibility and our overall physiological resilience.

In today's episode, we'll delve into how HRV functions as a predictive tool for health management, explore its role in differentiating between the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems, and discuss how athletes at all levels can use HRV data to fine-tune their training for optimal performance.

Key Points: 
Understanding time domains and frequency domains in HRV analysisImportance of measuring HRV trends for long-term health monitoringIdentifying physiological shifts through daily, weekly, and seasonal HRV trackingImpact of HRV on athletic training and performance.Identifying signs of functional and nonfunctional overreaching.Whether you've tuned in today to learn more about using HRV with your patients or to improve your own performance, we've got you covered.

This Episode Sponsored by: N-LITE 

N-LITE is a game-changer for managing youth sports teams. It's about less time on administration and more time nurturing the next generation of athletes.is a revolutionary talent optimization platform that leverages sophisticated algorithms and AI to unlock hidden talents, amplify human potential and transform how organizations manage, develop and enhance athlete and player performance.

LINKS:

Full Webinar Replay:
https://event.webinarjam.com/go/replay/112/n7zv6f8oty6tmws1

NEW Certifications:
https://tinyurl.com/pod-79-certs

Join our Email List:
https://faktrperformance.com/join-the-list-5776

29 min

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