@josef.tatschl looked at the effect of stacking breathwork with a pelvic floor exercise. The idea was that certain muscle activation patterns would affect the Baroreflex that could also modulate heart rate in a way that could be complimentary to breathing exercises.
The results were pretty eye opening! Breathing at a slow pace had significantly improved HRV than regular unpaced breathing which was not a surprise. However, the slow breathing combined with pelvic floor exercise made a really strong difference in elevating HRV further. Not just a little bit, but a lot of bit.
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