This limits our ability to think clearly, remember, learn, reason, and make effective decisions. (This helps explain why we may often act impulsively and unwisely when we’re under stress.) The heart’s input to the brain during stressful or negative emotions also has a profound effect on the brain’s emotional processes—actually serving to reinforce the emotional experience of stress.
Composure, Poise, Inner Balance or a State of Active Calm
A pulse sensor carries information about you to the computer, and emWave’s patented process translates it into user–friendly graphics displayed on the computer screen.
With practice, you'll experience increased coherence. Interactive exercises and games help build and sustain your resilience, increase energy and promote focus, mental clarity and emotional balance.
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In contrast, the more ordered and stable pattern of the heart’s input to the brain during positive emotional states has the opposite effect—it facilitates cognitive function and reinforces positive feelings and emotional stability. This means that learning to generate increased heart rhythm coherence, by sustaining positive emotions, not only benefits the entire body, but also profoundly affects how we perceive, think, feel, and perform.