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Re: HRV resources

Postby bisqeet » March 11th, 2017, 12:48 pm

mine for what its worth:

Averages:
HRV: 58
Readiness: 8
HR: 56

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probably should just quite life :)
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Re: HRV resources

Postby GJS » March 11th, 2017, 4:08 pm

Dean, EliteHRV calculate their HRV score by multiplying LnRMSSD x 15.38. Most apps choose to multiply it by 20. (If you were thinking your score seemed low).

Your data suggests you're doing just fine for all your many years. :D
Do you take the measure lying down?
Mine this am:

HR 59
HRV 63
RMSSD 61.78
LnRMSSD 4.12
SDNN 82.75
NN50 54
PNN50 36.7%
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Re: HRV resources

Postby bisqeet » March 11th, 2017, 4:52 pm

GJS wrote:Dean, EliteHRV calculate their HRV score by multiplying LnRMSSD x 15.38. Most apps choose to multiply it by 20. (If you were thinking your score seemed low).

Your data suggests you're doing just fine for all your many years. :D
Do you take the measure lying down?
Mine this am:

HR 59
HRV 63
RMSSD 61.78
LnRMSSD 4.12
SDNN 82.75
NN50 54
PNN50 36.7%


Both are taken lying down, not quite first thing for the rediness, toilet, let the dog out and (age, bladder...sigh. I remember when bragging about an allnighter didn't refer having to get up in the night for a whizz :p )
Post ex is after shower about 10 mins after training...
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Re: HRV resources

Postby GJS » March 12th, 2017, 5:24 pm

Have you tried taking a reading while exercising?

I have. The results are pretty wild. Sometimes it responds as you think it should; sometimes it drops spectacularly to 1 at very low levels of exertion. I've also had it go up as exertion levels were going up. Bit weird.

And a shame because I had a quick look at the literature re HRV and lactate and there are quite a lot of studies indicating a very clear and dependable association:

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Bo ... ration.pdf

http://ci.nii.ac.jp/naid/110000471319/en

I've contacted the good folk at Elitehrv to see if they have any ideas (about the weird exercise readings).
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Re: HRV resources

Postby bisqeet » March 12th, 2017, 6:19 pm

GJS wrote:Have you tried taking a reading while exercising?

I have. The results are pretty wild. Sometimes it responds as you think it should; sometimes it drops spectacularly to 1 at very low levels of exertion. I've also had it go up as exertion levels were going up. Bit weird.

And a shame because I had a quick look at the literature re HRV and lactate and there are quite a lot of studies indicating a very clear and dependable association:

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Bo ... ration.pdf

http://ci.nii.ac.jp/naid/110000471319/en

I've contacted the good folk at Elitehrv to see if they have any ideas (about the weird exercise readings).

Not tried that, but I did read an article about hashimoto (had it nearly 5 years now) and hrv readings. Does have done impact, anti stress therapy is recommended.
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