The scientific journal Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback published a study on measuring Heart Rate Variability (HRV) while applying repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) for children with Autism. Here is our own abstract of the article:

It has been shown that Autism often presents symptons of the autonomic nervous system functioning abnormaly. In individuals with autism the sympathetic branch is more active than the parasympathic branch, causing an instability in the ANS. In the study magnetic stimulation was applied while HRV was monitoried.

The results were very positive. They showed an increase of HRV, and a better ratio between high frequency (HF) and low frequency (LF) signals. All of these signs together show an improved balance in ANS with subjective discernible improvments with the subjects. We know that the Magnesphere can help provide this kind of balance and our clinics also have the ability to monitor HRV and show the improvement with objective data.

Heart Rate Variability and Autism


To read the full journal article click this link: HRV & Autism

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