Dashboard shows summary of Heart Rate Variability for the given day


Understanding the HR Variability Data

On the screenshot below, the remark under the HR Variability tile says Normal. This remark is as compared with your own past data.

Following is a definition Normal, High, and Low remarks.

  • Normal - When the current average is within 10 to 90 Percentile of your own past data.
  • Low – When the current average is below 10 Percentile of your own past data.
  • High - When the current average is above 90 Percentile of your own past data.

Click anywhere on the “HR Variability” tile on the dashboard to view “HR Variability Detail Page”, for that specific day, as shown below.

Some things to pay attention to:

  • DOTS shown on the graph are the actual HRV readings taken throughout the day,
  • Number shown above the graph (64 Milliseconds, as shown in the following screenshot) is the median of all the reading taken on that day,

You can click on Week to view a “HR Variability Summary” for previous 7 days, as shown below.

Notes:

  • Height of each bar in the following BAR Graph shows the median HRV Value for the corresponding day
  • The number shown above the BAR chart is a median HRV for the entire week


If you scroll down on the week view, you would see the summary of various matrixes for the current week.

In the screenshot shown below, it shows the summary of following matrixes for the current week. 

  • Highest HRV Value for the current week
  • Lowest HRV Value for the current week
  • Median HRV Values for the entire week


You can click on Month to view summary of “HR Variability” for previous 30 days, as shown below.

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