Sensors for iTHRVE stress mangement app

iTHRVE stress management app has been designed to work with different sensors:

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• iOS Camera (on your iPhone)

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WATCH how to use the Camera Light Sensor on iPhone on the iTHRVE app to measure your HRV & the Mayer Wave (pressure wave / craniosacral rhythm)

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• Berry BM1000C

                  Working with the latest update of  iTHRVE apps

Berry BM1000C PPG Finger Clip

PPG Mobile Phone Heart Rate Monitor Finger clip Sensor
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• KYTO Ear clip Bluetooth sensor

– for example Mobile Phone Heart Rate Monitor with Ear Clip

Mobile Phone Heart Rate Monitor with Ear Clip Sensor

Mobile Phone Heart Rate Monitor with Ear Clip Sensor

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• Polar chest strap

– for example Polar H7 chest strap


Polar H7 Bluetooth Chest Strap

Polar H7 Bluetooth Chest Strap

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WATCH How to use the chest strap for doing overnight or long-term HRV recordings

 

 

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• iHealth PO3 finger sensor

– for example iHealth PO3 Wireless Pulse Oximeter

iHealth PO3 Wireless Pulse Oximeter

iHealth PO3 Wireless Pulse Oximeter

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WATCH How to use a finger clip sensor (iHealth finger sensor) to measure the pulse, HRV and blood oxygen

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All of these sensors can be used for short recording (less than 30 minutes): mainly designed for coherence and breath training.
Long recording (up to 8 hours and a half), can only be done with the use of a Polar chest strap or a compatible Bluetooth chest strap device.

The pressure wave (related to the Mayer wave or Craniosacral wave) can only be displayed with the iHealth finger sensor.
The light sensors devices (iHealth finger sensor, the earclip sensor and the iOS camera) are very sensitive to movements of the sensor: they need you to be quite still- when used to achieve a good acquisition of data.