Body Image Analyzer Test Results
This is a standard Body Image Analyzer health test report. It shows the following test output parameters:
Autonomic Balance – a quantitative measure providing an estimation of functional balance between the sympathetic and parasympathetic branches of the autonomic nervous system. Maintaining a good autonomic balance at rest is sign of 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.
Stress Index – a quantitative measure providing an estimation of stress levels. Lower stress levels are associated with better functional adaptivity of the body to adverse factors. Systematically high stress levels not associated with the presence of acute stress factors may indicate chronic stress, inadequate body’s functional adaptivity and possible chronic illnesses.
HRV Index – a quantitative measure of 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 – a quantitative measure of the tone of 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 presence of some chronic conditions.
Download our score interpretation document to understand the readings: BIAS Score Interpretation PDF