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.
Do you take the measure lying down?
Mine this am:
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
I've contacted the good folk at Elitehrv to see if they have any ideas (about the weird exercise readings).
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