Grundlegende Studien zu Biofeedback / HRV in wissenschaftlichen Publikationen:
Phasenwinkel und Bioelektrische Impedanzvektoranalyse Klinische Anwendbarkeit der Impedanzparameter, Phase Angle and Bioelectrical Impedance Vector Analysis Clinical Practicability of Impedance Parameters. Institut N. Stobäus, K. Norman, M. Pirlich Medizinische Klinik mit Schwerpunkt Gastroenterologie, Hepatologie und Endokrinologie, Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin
American Heart Association – OSA-Screening with HRV (Jan. 1999) Screening of Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome by Heart Rate Variability Analysis: Frédéric Roche, Jean-Michel Gaspoz, Isabelle Court-Fortune, Pascal Minini, Vincent Pichot, David Duverney, Frédéric Costes, Jean-René Lacour and Jean-Claude Barthélémy.
The Ulster Medical Journal – Kardiotokographie (CTG) (1966).
Referenz: Gribble MO, Cheng A et al.: Mercury Exposure and Heart Rate Variability: a Systematic Review; Curr Environ Health Rep. 2015 Sep;2(3):304-14.
Entzündungen und HRV – Jarczok MN, Koenig J, Mauss D, Fischer JE, Thayer JF. Lower heart rate variability predicts increased level of C-reactive protein 4 years later in healthy, nonsmoking adults. Journal of Internal Medicine. 2014;276(6):667–671. doi: 10.1111/joim.12295.
Foetal heart rate monitoring – present lessons and future developments: By C. R. WHITFIELD, M.D., M.R.C.O.G., Department of Midwifery and Gynaecology, The Queen’s University of Belfast. HRV analysis is a recognised tool for the estimation of cardiac autonomic modulations. Reduced HRV is a powerful and independent predictor of an adverse prognosis in patients with cardiac disease. It has a potential to become a noninvasive diagnostic and prognostic index in clinical practice, particularly in patients with post myocardial infarction and diabetic neuropathy. Although assessment of HRV in other clinical settings seems to be helpful and promising, substantial number of further prospective studies in larger population are needed to evaluate the validity of HRV in general medicine.
Indian Pacing Electrophysiol Journal – HRV in der Allgemeinmedizin (2003) Heart Rate Variability Analysis in General Medicine: Yi Gang, MD, PhD and Marek Malik, PhD, MD, FACC, FESC; St. George’s Hospital Medical School, London, UNITED KINDOM
American Heart Association – Mental Stress (2010) Behavioral Neurocardiac Training in Hypertension: Chessex, Natalie Hiscock, Jonathan Powell, Michael Catt, Hilde Hendrickx, Duncan Talbot and Robert P. Nolan, John S. Floras, Paula J. Harvey, Markad V. Kamath, Peter E. Picton, Caroline Chessex, Natalie Hiscock, Jonathan Powell, Michael Catt, Hilde Hendrickx, Duncan Talbot and Maggie H. Chen.
International Heart Journal Association (2010) Effect of Tai Chi training on baroreflex sensitivity and heart rate variability in patients with coronary heart disease: Shinji Sato, Shigerun Makita, Ryusei Uchida, Shunichi Ishihara and Masaru Masuda.
The Tohoku Journal of experimental Medicine (2010) Increase in the Heart Rate Variability with Deep Breathing in Diabetic Patients after 12Month Exercise Training: Bhagyalakshmi Sridhar, Nagaraja Haleagrahara, Ramesh Bhat, Anupama Bangra Kulur, Sridhar Avabratha and Prabha Adhikary.
Tohoku Journal of Experimental Medicine (2006) Increase in the Heart Rate Variability with Deep Breathing in Diabetic Patients after 12Month Exercise Training: Bhagyalakshmi Sridhar, Nagaraja Haleagrahara, Ramesh Bhat, Anupama Bangra Kulur, Sridhar Avabratha and Prabha Adhikary.
ECG marker of cardiopulmonary coupling in sleep (2009) Prevalent Hypertension and Stroke in the Sleep Heart Health Study: Association with an ECG-derived Spectrographic Marker of Cardiopulmonary Coupling: Robert Joseph Thomas, Matthew D. Weiss, Joseph E. Mietus, Chung-Kang Peng, Ary L. Goldberger and Daniel J. Gottlieb.
BioMedCentral Psychiatry (2013) A new chronobiological approach to discriminate between acute and chronic depression using peripheral temperature, rest-activity, and light exposure parameters: Cláudia Ávila Moraes Trinitat Cambras, Antoni Diez-Noguera, Regina Schimitt, Giovana Dantas, Rosa Levandovski and Maria Paz Hidalgo.
European Journal of Applied Physiology (2008) Effect of physical activity on heart rate variability in normal weight, overweight and obese subjects: results from the SAPALDIA study: Denise Felber Dietrich, Ursula Ackermann-Liebrich, Christian Schindler, Jean-Claude Barthélémy, Otto Brändli, Diane R. Gold, Bruno Knöpfli, Nicole M. Probst-Hensch, Frédéric Roche, Jean-Marie Tschopp, Arnold von Eckardstein, Jean-Michel Gaspoz and the Sapaldia team.
Molecular Cell (2012) Clocks, metabolism, and the epigenome: Dan Feng and Mitchell A. Lazar
Clinical Interventions in Aging (2008) Chronomics, human time estimation, and aging: Franz Halberg, Robert B Sothern, Germaine Cornélissen and Jerzy Czaplicki
Complementary Therapies in Medicine (2010) Sympathomodulatory effects of Saam acupuncture on heart rate variability in nightshift-working nurses: Deok-Sang Hwang, Hyee Kwon Kim, Jung Chul Seo, Im Hee Shin, Dal Ho Kim and Yong-Suk Kim.
Industrial Health (2012) Differences in Heart Rate Variability of female nurses between and within normal and extended work shifts: Susanna Järveline-Pasanen, Annina Ropponen, Mika P. Tarvainen, Pasi A. Karjalainen and Veikko Louhevaara.
Chronobiological International (2010) Working the night shift causes increased vascular stress and delayed recovery in young women: Shih-Hsiang Lo, Lian-Yu Lin, Jing-Shiang Hwang, Yu-Yin Chang, Chiau-Suong Liau and Jung-Der Wang.
Journal of Occupational Health (2008) Elevated blood pressure, decreased Heart Rate Variability and incomplete blood pressure recovery after a 12-hour night shift work: Ta-Chen Su, Lian-Yu Lin, Dean Baker, Peter L. Schnall, Ming-Fong Chen, Wen-Chang Hwang, Chen-Fang Chen and Jung-Der Wang.
American Journal of Physiology – Heart and Circulatory Physiology (2004) Physical training and heart rate and blood pressure variability: a 5-yr randomized trial: Arja L. T. Uusitalo , Tomi Laitinen , Sari B. Väisänen , Esko Länsimies and Rainer Rauramaa.
Journal of Occupational Health ( 2000) 24-hour Heart Rate Variability in shift workers: Impact of shift schedule: Ludovic G.P.M. van Amelsvoort, Evert G. Schouten, Arie C. Maan, Kees A. Swenne and Frans J. Kok
Hormone Research in Paediatrics (1990) Diurnal and ultradian rhythms in human endocrine function: A Minireview: Eve Van Cauter
Journal of Occupational Health (2000) 24-hour Heart Rate Variability in shift workers: Impact of shift schedule: Ludovic G.P.M. van Amelsvoort, Evert G. Schouten, Arie C. Maan, Kees A. Swenne and Frans J. Kok
Hormone Research in Paediatrics (1990) Diurnal and ultradian rhythms in human endocrine function: A Minireview: Eve Van Cauter
Psychosomatic Medicine – Journal of Biobehavioral Medicine (2009) A general enhancement of autonomic and cortisol responses during social evaluative threat: Jos A. Bosch, Eco J. C. de Geus, Douglas Carroll, Annebet D. Goedhart, Leila A. Anane, Jet J. Veldhuizen van Zanten, Eva J. Helmerhorst and Kate M. Edwards.
Psychosomatic Medicine – Journal of Biobehavioral Medicine (2012) The Integration of depressive behaviors and cardiac dysfunction during an operational measure of depression: Investigating the role of negative social experiences in an animal model: Angela J. Grippo, Julia A. Moffitt, Andrea Sgoifo, Amanda J. Jepson, Suzanne L. Bates, Danielle L. Chandler, Neal McNeal and Kristin Preihs.
Biological Reseach for Nursing (2011) Is childhood abuse or neglect associated with symptom reports and physiological measures in women with irritable bowel syndrome? Margaret M. Heitkemper, Kevin C. Cain, Robert L. Burr, Sang-Eun Jun and Monica E. Jarrett.
Plos One ( 2012) Oxytocin increases Heart Rate Variability in humans at rest: Implications for social approach-related motivation and capacity for social engagement: Andrew H. Kemp , Daniel S. Quintana, Rebecca-Lee Kuhnert, Kristi Griffiths, Ian B. Hickie and Adam J. Guastella.
BMC – Complementary & Alternative Medicine (2011) Non-verbal communication of compassion: Measuring psychophysiologic effects: Kathi J Kemper and Hossam A Shaltout.
The Journal of Neuroscience (2005) Oxytocin modulates neural circuitry for social cognition and fear in humans: Peter Kirsch, Christine Esslinger, Qiang Chen, Daniela Mier, Stefanie Lis, Sarina Siddhanti, Harald Gruppe, Venkata S. Mattay, Bernd Gallhofer and Andreas Meyer-Lindenberg.
Plos One ( 2011) Cardiac and respiratory patterns synchronize between persons during choir singing: Viktor Müller and Ulman Lindenberger
The FASEB Journal (2008) Cortisol and Catecholamine stress hormone decrease is associated with the behavior of perceptual anticipation of mirthful laughter: Lee S Berk, Stanley A Tan and Dottie Berk.
American Psychological Association – Emotion Journal (2008) The up- and down-regulation of amusement: Experiential, behavioral, and autonomic consequences: Nicole R. Giuliani, Kateri McRae and James J. Gross.
Biological Psychology (1999) Cardiovascular and secretory immunoglobulin A reactions to humorous, exciting, and didactic film presentations: Lesley K. Harrisona, Douglas Carrolla, Victoria E. Burnsa, Anna R. Corkilla, Clare M. Harrisona, Christopher Ringa and Mark Draysonb.
International Journal of Psychophysiology ( 2010) Coherent with laughter: subjective experience, behavior, and physiological responses during amusement and joy: David R. Herring, Mary H. Burleson, Nicole A. Roberts and Michael J. Devine.
Medical Hypotheses ( 2009) The effect of mirthful laughter on the human cardiovascular system: Michael Miller and William F. Fry.
Journal of Physiological Anthropology and Applied Human Science (Mar. 2003) Effects of laughing and weeping on mood and Heart Rate Variability: Sokichi Sakuragi, Yoshiki Sugiyama and Kiyomi Takeuchi.
Advances in Mind-body Medicine (2007) Humor, as an adjunct therapy in cardiac rehabilitation, attenuates catecholamines and myocardial infarction recurrence: Tan SA, Tan LG, Lukman ST, Berk LS.
New England Journal of Medicine ( 2000) Triggering of sudden death from cardiac causes by vigorous exertion: Christine M. Albert, Murray A. Mittleman, Claudia U. Chae, I.-Min Lee, Charles H. Hennekens, and JoAnn E. Manson.
American Journal of Physiology Heart Circulatory Physiology (2009) Time-frequency analysis of heart rate variability reveals cardiolocomotor coupling during dynamic cycling exercise in humans: Grégory Blain, Olivier Meste, Alexandre Blain and Stéphane Bermon.
Maturitas – The European Menopause Journal (2009) Autonomic function and change in insulin for exercising postmenopausal women: Conrad P. Earnest, Paul Poirier, Mercedes R. Carnethon, Steven N. Blair ans Timothy S. Church
American Journal of Physiology Heart Circulatory Physiology (2006) Assessment of parasympathetic reactivation after exercise: Jeffrey J. Goldberger, Francis Kiet Le, Marc Lahiri, Prince J. Kannankeril, Jason Ng and Alan H. Kadish.
Early Human Development (2012) Fetal cardiac autonomic control during breathing and non-breathing epochs: The effect of maternal exercise: Kathleen M. Gustafson, Linda E. May, Hung-wen Yeh, Stephanie K. Million and John J.B. Allen.
Congest Heart Failure (2012) Exercise training improves Heart Rate Variability in older patients with heart failure: A randomized, controlled, single-blinded trial: Khalil Murad, Peter H. Brubaker, David M. Fitzgerald, Timothy M. Morgan, David C. Goff, Elsayed Z. Soliman, Joel D. Eggebeen and Dalane W. Kitzman.
American Journal of Physiology Heart Circulatory Physiology (2009) Autonomic effects on the spectral analysis of heart rate variability after exercise: Jason Ng, Sri Sundaram, Alan H. Kadish and Jeffrey J. Goldberger.
Non-Thermal Effects and Mechanisms of Interaction between Electromagnetic Fields and Living Matter (2010) This comprehensive study documents the negative effects of weak and superficial electromagnetic fields on living organisms. Among other things, the influence of the autonomic nervous system by cordless telephones (even in non-active use)
Thajudin Ahamed et al., Electrical Engineering Department, National Institute of Technology (2008) Effect of mobile phone radiation on heart rate variability The study shows negative changes in the HRV (heart rate variability) through the use of mobile phones and thus an influence of the autonomic nervous system was detected by high-frequency electromagnetic radiation, outside the thermal effect.
Heart rate variability in elite triathletes, is variation in variability the key to effective training? A case comparison. (2012) Plews, DJ., Laursen, PB., Kilding & Buchheit, M.. Measures of an athlete’s heart rate variability (HRV) have shown potential to be of use in the prescription of training. However, little data exists on elite athletes who are regularly exposed to high training loads. This case study monitored daily HRV in two elite triathletes The data suggest that trends in both absolute HRV values and day-to-day variations may be useful measurements indicative of the progression towards maladaptation or non-functional over-reaching.