Brian's heartbeat analysis from 21 Dec, 2021 9:34 AM



21 Dec, 2021 09:34 AM

Brian's HRV measurement results

Accuracy 97%
67%
Productivity
Not bad
45%
Energy
Moderate
58%
Stress
Medium

Key Insights

You’re under some pressure and could use some rest, even if you’re feeling well. Pace yourself, and you’ll be able to handle a challenge or two with no issue. Brain fog might be a problem, so leave serious decision-making for another time. If you’re planning to hit the gym, go for an easy workout instead of a marathon.
95% Resilience
Your body's systems are pretty resilient. All is well.
67%

Productivity

Not bad
Your productivity is slightly above average, so you can easily handle a couple of challenging tasks. Just don't overload your to-do list.
45%

Energy

Moderate
You have energy, but your body is starting to use most of it to keep your systems running smoothly. It may be tough to take on new challenges or switch between gears when you're out of steam like this.
58%

Stress

Medium
You're under the ideal amount of stress, otherwise known as eustress — it's the kind that helps you build up endurance without taking a major toll on your systems.
Welltory's body insights are based on personalized heart rate variability analysis

RR-intervals (time between heartbeats)

Heart rate
88 bpm
Total beats
100

Time Domain HRV Metrics

6/9 bpm
SDNN
33 ms
33 ms
SDNN
Balanced
Normal range: 30—96 ms
678 ms
Mean RR
Balanced
Normal range: 666—1364 ms
32.3 ms
RMSSD
Balanced
Normal range: 20—89 ms
675 ms
Moda
Balanced
Normal range: 666—1364 ms
0.11 s
MxDMn
Strained
Normal range: 0.12—0.45 s
12%
pNN50
Strained
Normal range: 5—40%
54%
AMo50
Strained
Normal range: 28—50%
3.3
CV
Strained
Normal range: 5.3—7.8

Frequency Domain HRV Metrics

We can also analyze frequency domain metrics: LF, HF, VLF & Total Power. To show them here, we'll need a measurement set to 300 beat mode.

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