Currently available in English. French, Spanish, Chinese and Japanese language options are coming soon.
Body Health Analyzer Professional Edition comes with:
- Bluetooth pulse oximeter (SpO2) finger sensor
- BHA Professional Edition software for Windows 10
- BHA Breathwork Biofeedback Anti-Stress Training Program
- Optional Bluetooth blood pressure monitor
BHA Professional Edition software provides the following features:
5 min Body Health Analyzer health assessment test providing the following metrics:
- Stress Index
- Autonomic Balance
- Resting HR
- HRV Index
- Vagal Index
- Adaptation Effort
- Adaptation Reserve
- Health State Index
- SpO2 Levels
Manually registered metrics:
- Blood pressure (measured automatically with an optional BP monitor)
Breathwork training module providing the following metrics and features:
- Biological Age
- Aging Speed
- Training Focus
- HR Variation
- Unlimited number of breath guides including presets: Respiratory Sinus Arrhythmia, Square Yoga, Zen 4-7-8, Deep Breathing
- Auditory pacing with a musical instrument scale
- Breathwork training with imported audio tracks (it could be your favorite music, meditation tracks or self-help speech). We highly recommend you consider…
- Local database storage with unlimited recorded data for unlimited number of users
- Comprehensive health test / Breathwork training reports
- Configurable 2-metric history charts
- Report printing to PDF and local printers
- Exporting test and training data to Excel files
- Meets key HIPAA requirements: encrypted data storage, strong passwords, regular password changes
Download Manual: Body Health Analyzer Operating Manual
BHA TRAINING DOCS
BODY HEALTH ANALYZER PROFESSIONAL
This software provides two main procedures:
- Health assessment test
- Breathwork Anti-stress biofeedback training
The Health assessment test is based on standard heart rate variability (HRV) analysis of 5-min recording of heart rate at rest. It delivers the following output metrics:
Stress Index – indicates the stress levels. Lower Stress Index is associated with better functional adaptivity of the body to adverse factors. Systematically high Stress Index not associated with the presence of acute stress factors may indicate chronic stress, inadequate body’s functional adaptivity, and possible chronic illnesses.
Autonomic Balance – indicates the functional balance between the sympathetic and parasympathetic branches of the autonomic nervous system. Maintaining a good autonomic balance at rest is a sign of an absence of chronic stress and associated illnesses.
Resting Heart Rate – an average heart rate reading taken at rest. It is considered as a good general indicator of cardiovascular and overall health. Healthy individuals maintain their resting HR within certain ranges. Regularly captured too low or too high resting HR may indicate the presence of some issues with cardiovascular or overall health.
HRV Index – indicates the overall activity of the autonomic nervous system. Higher readings indicate an adequate function of the autonomic nervous system and functional adaptivity of the body. Systematically captured low readings may be considered as a sign of autonomic dysfunction and the presence of some chronic conditions.
Vagal Index – indicates the tone of the Vagus nerve which predominantly represents the function of the parasympathetic nervous system. Adequate levels of vagal tone are essential to maintain health and high adaptivity of the body. Low levels captured systematically could be a sign of the presence of some chronic conditions.
Adaptation Effort – indicates the intensity of activity of the mechanisms of regulation of bodily functions aimed to adapt to adverse changes inside and outside of the body and maintain its homeostasis. Many chronic illnesses are associated with chronic stress as a key part of their pathogenesis. Chronic stress disturbs homeostasis so the body’s mechanisms of self-regulation keep trying to restore it. So the stronger chronic stress the more efforts are taken for body adaptation.
Adaptation Reserve – indicates the amount of body’s resources available in the body’s efforts to restore its homeostasis. The healthy organism has a high level of internal reserves for efficient adaptation. Chronic stress causes the body to spend these reserves in continued efforts to adapt and regain its homeostasis.
Health Stage Index – indicates the state of the process of disease development passing several stages from the normal condition to possible pathology. This metric is a product of a complex relation between adaptation efforts and adaptation reserves. Its scale has several ranges indicating the sequence of states the body falls in while the disease is progressing.
Download Manual: BHA HEALTH TEST READINGS
BREATHWORK ANTI-STRESS BIOFEEDBACK TRAINING
The anti-stress biofeedback training utilizes a well-known RSA (respiratory sinus arrhythmia) biofeedback technique based on recording and analyzing heart rate during deep breathing at a slow rate for 5 minutes. It delivers the following output metrics:
Resonance – indicates how well the body responded to deep paced breathing providing stress reduction effect. This metric is continuously captured and indicated during a training session providing a feedback loop. An averaged level of resonance is provided at the end of the training. The higher levels of the resonance indicate better stress-reducing effects of training.
Training Score – a quantitative measure indicating how well the body responded to deep paced breathing providing stress reduction effect. This metric is continuously captured and indicated during a training session providing a feedback loop. An averaged level of this score is provided at the end of the training. The higher levels of the score indicate better stress reducing effects of training.
Training Focus – a quantitative measure of the ability to maintain the best possible level of training score during a training session. High focus indicates that a trainee took the best efforts in achieving best training results.
HR Variation – a quantitative measure showing how much heart rate was varying under effect of deep slow breathing. Higher values of HR variation indicate that baroreflex function works well. Baroreflex is a key physiological mechanism aimed to provide quick cardiovascular adaptation to maintain stable blood supply to the brain.
Download Manual: BHA BREATHWORK READINGS