emWave Pro is a unique training system that objectively monitors your heart rhythms and displays the physiological level of coherence — an optimal state in which the heart, mind and emotions are operating in sync and in balance, and the immune, hormonal and nervous systems function in a state of harmonious coordination.
Using a pulse sensor plugged into your USB port, emWavePro collects pulse data and translates coherence information into user–friendly graphics displayed on your computer screen. emWave Pro helps you create a coherent state through coherence techniques, interactive exercises and games, building resilience, increasing energy, and promoting focus, mental clarity and emotional balance.
Windows:Microsoft Windows® 7 or newer Operating System PreferredSome features may not be available on older Operating Systems1.0 GHz or faster processor — recommend Intel® Core™2 Duo at 2.0GHz or faster1 GB RAM — recommended 2GB or moreOne available USB PortProgress View Displays best on Graphic Display Heights of at least 768 pixelsInternet Access Required for HeartCloud Access
Mac:Mac OS® X 10.7 Lion or laterCore™2 Duo at 1.8GHz or fasterOne available USB PortInternet Access Required for HeartCloud Access
Benefits of emWave Pro You will learn how to intentionally shift to a positive emotional state and will be able to see the changes in your heart rhythms immediately on your computer screen. These shifts in your heart rhythms create a favorable cascade of neural, hormonal and biochemical events that benefit the entire body and mind. Blood pressure drops. Stress hormones plummet. The immune system pumps up. Anti-aging hormones increase. You gain clarity, calmness and control. The effects are both immediate and long lasting.
HeartMath research has shown that emotions are reflected in our heart rhythm patterns. The analysis of Heart Rate Variability (HRV), or heart rhythms, is recognized as a powerful, non-invasive measure that reflects heart-brain interactions and autonomic nervous system dynamics, which are particularly sensitive to changes in the emotional state. New clinical research identifies HRV as a key indicator of preventable stress and shows correlation with a broad range of related health problems.