R-R HRV data from Biofeedback on 100 patients
Psychiatric patients with adverse childhood experiences (ACE) tend to be dysfunctional in the interoceptive part of their emotional experience. The integration of interoceptive emotional activity in the insular and cingulate cortices is linked to the regulation of sympathovagal balance. This makes heart rate variability (HRV) an ideal measure for providing feedback on emotion regulation in real time. A sample of one hundred (n=100) outpatients is included in this release. Most patient underwent 8 sessions. Se published article for more details.