Stress and Recovery Analysis Method Based on 24-hour Heart Rate Variability

Heart rate variability provides a non-invasive window to autonomic nervous system activity, and can be used for detecting physiologically different states. The method described in this paper utilizes HRV information from long- term real-life measurements, expressing sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system activity to recognize individually stressful and relaxing periods originating from lifestyle-related behaviors and environmental effects.

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