Studies & Scientific Information

In theory, Airnergy may have a positive effect on many of the body’s functions

Studies show that Airnergy+ can increase Heart Rate Variability (HRV).

What is HRV?

Heart rate variability (HRV), the variation over time of the period between consecutive heartbeats, is predominantly dependent on the extrinsic regulation of the heart rate (HR). HRV is thought to reflect the heart’s ability to adapt to changing circumstances by detecting and quickly responding to unpredictable stimuli. HRV analysis is the ability to assess overall cardiac health and the state of the Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) responsible for regulating cardiac activity. HRV is a useful signal for understanding the status of the ANS. HRV refers to the variations in the beat intervals or correspondingly in the instantaneous HR.

Please see attached (bottom of page) published article, particularly the conclusion at the end of the document: Heart rate variability_a review.pdf

HRV is now used by medical research establishments worldwide (and is medically accepted) to look at how the Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) functions - below are some links (out of approx. 12,000 studies) demonstrating this fact:

Five-minute heart rate variability can predict obstructive angiographic coronary disease

Determinants of a reduced heart rate variability in chronic atrial fibrillation 
  
Heart rate variability reduced in COPD

Geometric index of heart rate variability in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease 


Stress, Anxiety, & Heart Rate Variability in COPD 
  
Heart Rate Variability Reflects Severity of COPD in PiZ a-,-Antitrypsin Deficiency


Decreased HRV in patients with COPD


High-Frequency Modulation of HRV During Exercise in Patients With COPD


HRV and heart rate turbulence in patients with COPD

Heart rate variability and drawing impairment in hypoxemic COPD


Autonomic dysfunction in patients with COPD 
  
Heart Health Impacts Wellbeing of Patients With COPD 


Origin of heart rate variability and turbulence: an appraisal of autonomic modulation of cardiovascular function 
  
Sympathetic–Parasympathetic Activity and Reactivity in Central Serous Chorioretinopathy: A Case–Control Study 
  
Nerves Play Key Role in Triggering Prostate Cancer and Influencing its Spread  - recently featured in the UK National Press.


Studies show that Airnergy+ can increase Heart Rate Variability (HRV) and therefore, in theory regulate the Autonomic Nervous System (ANS).

Please see the attached article: Proof by means of HRV measurement 26.09.2011 EN.pdf
This article summarises the studies that have been carried using Airnergy+ and HRV.

Please see the attached studies to read them in full:
HRV_Study.pdf
Asthma_study_eccles.pdf
Prof_Hottenrort_study.pdf

In theory Airnergy could have the ability to regulate the Autonomic Nervous System (shown above in the HRV studies), Airnergy therefore may have a positive effect on all conditions.

 

Below and attached are a list of studies (many more are available) that show conditions with a decreased HRV and therefore a compromised Autonomic Nervous System.

Übersicht HRV_COPD.pdf
Übersicht HRV_Diabetes I_II.pdf
Übersicht HRV_Asthma.pdf
Übersicht HRV_Parkinson.pdf
Fibromyalgia_ANS_Study_engl.pdf
Übersicht HRV_Rheuma.pdf
Übersicht HRV_Schlafappnoe.pdf
The relationship between heart rate recovery and heart rate variability in coronary artery disease.pdf
CFS_hypothesis focusing on the ANS.pdf
HRV and CFS.pdf


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