Join Sara Gilman, MFT for Introducing HeartMath Tools to Clients with Trauma, Chronic Pain, Grief and Loss, Sara shares simple steps that can get you started and keep you integrating HeartMath tools into your clinical work with a variety of client populations.
Recreational therapist Diane Groff, Ed.D., and exercise physiologist Claudio Battaglini, Ph.D., both of the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, recently completed an exploratory study on the role of recreation therapy in facilitating well-being in survivors of breast cancer using HeartMath’s handheld emWave Personal Stress Reliever® (www.emwave.com). HeartMath® is internationally known for their research on […]
Are We Resigned to Stress? HeartMath Stress Experts Say We Can Significantly Reduce Our Stress by Understanding How Our Emotions Work In the 1950’s a noted researcher named Hans Selye popularized the term stress for the first time. Selye said: “Everyone knows what stress is, but in reality nobody knows.” Today, however, we are learning […]
Psychologists once maintained that emotions were purely mental expressions generated by the brain alone. We now know that this is not true – emotions have as much to do with the heart and body as they do with the brain. Of the bodily organs, the heart plays a particularly important role in our emotional experience. […]
Altruism: A Remedy for Stress Will acts of kindness and generosity enhance our health, increase our longevity and make us happier? Can genuine altruism be a remedy for stress? When we act on behalf of other people, research shows we feel better and more secure and experience less stress. Does altruism have a physiological basis? […]
HeartMath’s Research Sheds Light on the Role of the Heart in Lasting Love In times like these, when so many people are experiencing such high levels of stress, fear and anxiety, our relationships inevitably suffer, and in some cases, fall apart completely. Yet strong, caring relationships are vital to our mental, emotional and physical health. […]
Are your emotions spinning out of control more often? Do you find that inconveniences, impatience and frustration are getting to you, and you aren’t able to let it all go like you once could? Do you feel tired or drained just thinking about your day and everything you need to get done? If you answered […]
It’s time to face a stark reality of life today: stress can take its toll on our energy, our well-being, our decision-making, the quality of our relationships, even our financial health. HeartMath has uncovered some startling information about how directly the stress of work pressure, particularly high stakes decisions traders face many times a day, […]
A response to stress expresses itself as resistance, tension, strain, or frustration that throws off our equilibrium, keeping us out of sync. Note: This article may be reprinted in its entirety. Permission to reprint is contingent on the inclusion of the attribution statement found at the end of this article. The content herein may not […]
For millions of people, financial stress is eating away at their basic sense of security and well-being. And it’s not just bank accounts that are being drained, but also physical and emotional ressenting the people or issues you care about.ources, which in turn impact health, relationships, productivity and happiness. Note: This article may be reprinted […]
U.S. Airways Magazine featured HeartMaths Inner Balance App and Sensor in their “Fitness First!” product roundup. They said, “Good health isn’t just about moving your body; it’s also about reducing stress and learning to feel more calm and balanced.”
Modern-dad blogger and tech enthusiast Dan Nessel reviews HeartMath’s Inner Balance App and Sensor. He said, “If you are looking for a drug free way to reduce stress in 2014, the Inner Balance App and Sensor is a great choice.”
“In this video from the always great Meetup of the London Quantified Self group, Gary Monk describes his detailed relaxation and focus experiments using continuous HRV measurement with HeartMath’s Inner Balance sensor in the course of his normal daily life.”
Sup Magazine talks to John Denney about the importance of emotion refocusing techniques. “Denney explains. ‘Heart rhythms can be smooth and wave-like during a positive emotional state, or jagged and irregular, depending on the thoughts and emotions affecting the heart and nervous system. The system teaches skills that can help anyone learn to control their nervous system activity and move from one state to the other.’”
Health Tech Zone speaks to Catherine Calarco, chief marketing officer and senior vice president at HeartMath, at CES this week to learn why she believes the company has a game-changing technology and to see it in action firsthand.
USA Today takes a look at several health gadgets that help people beat depression, lose weight, reduce stress or improve fitness. Among them is HeartMath’s Inner Balance App and Sensor.
“HeartMath LLC, which uses an ear-based sensor and smartphone to monitor a person’s well-being, will roll out a new service at CES that can be accessed from any device.”