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Inner Balance Could be for the Asking With New IOS Sensor and App from HeartMath

by Savitha C Muppala on May 22, 2013 at 9:09 AM
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Inner Balance Could be for the Asking With New IOS Sensor and App from HeartMath

A User Friendly iOS Sensor and App from HeartMath is a boon to restore inner balance as it is sensitive to heart rate variability and time interval between heart beats.

This application for mobile phones uses the information about heart rate and breathing to help the user breathe with more control. This could lead to better health, clarity of thought, a greater sense of well-being and inner balance. The application helps the user respond to stress in a better manner.

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The product is user friendly, easy to navigate and set up. It is a blessing for those coping with stress. The product can help those who find stress overpowering their lives with constant reminders about changes in heart rate and awry breathing. This application can inspire the user to take it easy, breathe with more awareness in order to bring control in their lives.

This application could be just what the doctor ordered in present days of high stress and improper breathing that is behind many stress related disorders.



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