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Research: Is Low Heart Rate Variability Associated with Emotional Dysregulation?

Read this new research publication by Cattaneo et al. (2021) that reviews Polyvagal Theory and the Neurovisceral Integration Model to better understand how Heart Rate Variability (HRV) relates to emotional dysregulation, cognitive performance, and psychopathological conditions.

The authors identify several studies that support Dr. Porges and other researcher’s findings on the bi-directional relationship between the heart and mind.

 

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