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Cardiac coherence

Your emotions and you reactions affect your heart rate variability. When you experience stress, anxious disorders, depression, or panic, your heart rate variability becomes uneven and chaotic.

Achieving a better balance

Cardiac coherence allows your autonomic nervous system to strengthen its capability to adapt to stress and external stimuli. It boosts your system’s flexibility and allows it to better combat somatic and psychological pathologies. Thus, your organism can maintain a better cardiac balance. This results in improved breathing and mental functions.

Conversely, when you feel relaxed, when you are quiet, when your emotions are under control, your heart rate variability becomes stable and coherent. Your heart, which is constantly accelerating and decelerating, does so with more harmony, in a more synchronized fashion.

How can we explain the positive effects of cardiac coherence?
In fact, when you reach a state of cardiac coherence, your sympathetic system and your parasympathetic system are perfectly balanced.

Cardiac coherence corresponds to a state of perfect sympathetic and vagal balance. It can be reached through breathing techniques, and by limiting the impact of stress and emotions on heart rate variability.

Biofeedback-assisted heart rate variability control is an ideal tool for training to reach cardiac coherence.