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What is Stress Management Program with HRV?

AEON Clinic offers stress management treatment program using HRV measure. Heart rate variability (HRV) is the natural variation in time between two heartbeats. It is influenced by the interplay of the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems. Doctors measure HRV using ECG or other methods. At AEON, our specialists follow this method to improve stress management well-being.

A lot of people, in today’s times, are affected by stress and poor stress management. Not maintaining a balance between professional and personal life, poor lifestyle choices, unhealthy eating habits, etc., are some of the reasons that contribute to declining stress management, which, in turn, impacts our productivity, lifestyle, and overall well-being. Dr. Martin Kramar, a psychologist at AEON, helps people dealing with such issues and improves their stress management using the HRV method.

As per this method, the doctor, at first, analyses the HRV, which is the time interval between heartbeats. It basically indicates how well the human body handles stress. The higher the HRV, the better the body copes with stress, fatigue, and other symptoms. Based on their findings, Dr. Martin Kramar will treat those symptoms accordingly.

Book your appointment at AEON Clinic now to get a consultant with Dr. Martin Kramar and experience a boost in your stress management.

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Benefits of Improved Stress Management

  • Promotes a greater sense of well-being and happiness.
  • Improves your relationship with others.
  • Helps to increase productivity.
  • Boosts physical health.
  • Improves quality of life

The AEON Approach

At AEON, we pride ourselves in providing cutting edge regenerative treatments that have been developed by medical experts through decades of research and development in the field.

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FAQ’s

It starts off with a consultation with the doctor. They carry out the necessary evaluation to analyze the patient’s HRV. Then, based on the result, they advice patients on practices that can help to improve their HRV.

Generally, heart rate variability averages between 55 and 105 milliseconds for healthier individuals aged. However, for people aged 60 and above, HRV averages between 25 and 45.

HRV shows the body’s resilience against changes and its ability to cope with stress illnesses. If a person has a low HRV, the doctor can treat them accordingly to improve their stress and overall well-being.

Yes, HRV can be increased. Your doctor can advise certain practices, such as exercising regularly, improving your sleep schedule, staying hydrated, etc. to increase your HRV.

A low HRV indicates signs of current or future stress management issues. It shows that your body is not resilient enough to handle changing situations.

Our Specialists

Dr. Martin Kramar

Dr. Martin Kramar

Psychologist (stress management)
+971 4 518 5777