iMORE (= interactive MOnitoring and REgulation) biofeedback system is an advanced technology that enables the iMRS to “listen” to your body during your daily sessions on the iMRS. By monitoring your heart rate variability iMORE adjusts iMRS- signals to dynamically support the optimal balance of your body’s regulatory systems.
Heart Rate Variable
Heart rate variability (HRV) is the physiological phenomenon of variation in the time interval between heartbeats. It is measured by the variation in the beat-to-beat interval.
Studies have shown that heart rate variability (HRV) is a reliable predictor of overall health and longevity. Improving your HRV means a stronger ability to handle stress, a lower risk of life-threatening heart disease, and a longer, healthier life. In general, the greater the HRV, the better and healthier the individual is. Too little variation may indicate age-related system depletion, chronic stress, pathology, or inadequate functioning in various levels of self-regulatory control systems. Through iMORE every iMRS system has the built-in ability to evaluate and overtime to enhance your HRV.
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The Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) is the division of the nervous system that regulates the heart, the digestive system, and the glands (endocrine system). The ANS has two divisions: the sympathetic division, responsible for survival (e.g., “fight, flight and fright”); and the parasympathetic division, responsible for healing and regeneration (e.g., the “rest and digest” system).
It is well known that the autonomic response is the first human response to any physical or psychological stimulus, including disease and injury. Furthermore, autonomic dysfunction, as measured by impaired HRV response, represents a compromised ability for the body to recover. Improving HRV over time means your body’s cells and regulatory systems are progressing towards maximum strength and vitality. In short, your body’s ability to repair is improved. And that is what true health and wellness are all about!