Master your cardiac and emotional coherence
Cardiac and emotional coherence biofeedback is a simple process which can help us train our organism to better cope with stress and negative emotions that can’t be completely dominated by willpower or reason.
Thanks to a captor that is positioned on your wrists or finger, your heart rate can be measured and its progression followed on a computer screen. The first thing we notice is that the heart rate is not constant and permanently fluctuates around average values. These values can be between 50 and 80/min, sometimes a little more or less depending on the circumstances: that’s what we call heart rate variability.
Heart rate variability reflects the way the organism and particularly the autonomous nervous system, reacts to the signals it receives; internal (such as muscular tension or pain…) or external, (such as stress or danger). In some cases the system doesn’t work as well as it should, for example in states of stress, anxiety and depression.