Publications and articles
Newspaper and magazine articles about HeartMath can be found here, for scientific publications please go to our research page:
- The Wall Street Journal, 25 june 2017, "What's your Heart-Rate Variability? It may be time to find out"
- The Wall Street Journal, 14 mei 2013, "Breathe, Relax, Repeat: Devices for Inner Peace" (video)
- Iphone Spies, 29 mrt 2013, “HeartMath Inner Balance App review”
- ABC news, 15 mei 2013, "review of Heart Rate Monitor" (video)
- USA today: 23 maart 2013: surf report, "find your inner balance" (video)
- Huffington Post,15 maart 2013, "How the heart helps you change"
- The bulletproof executive, feb 2103
- Mashable, 03 mrt 2013, "Meditation App could lead you to life-altering inner peace"
- New York Times, May 22nd 2012, The Doctor's Remedy: Biofeedback for Stress
- Wall Street Journal, 4 Januari 2012, Keep calm and carry a Gizmo
- E-zine: Science to Sage, july 2012 page 50-57, A window into your world
- GeekMom, juli 2012, Help manage stress and anxiety met emWave2
- Wall Street Journal, April 2nd 2012, "Employees measure yourself".
- Kindred Spirit, June 2011, "How feeling good boosts your heart and brain"
- Alternative Therapies, july/aug 2010, "The Heart of Grinnel: a community wide rural health initiative"
- Forbes, 30-03-2012, "Three strategies for the Health Care Industry while reform's in limbo"
- Science of Mind, feb 2012, "The transformative power of the heart"
- HeartMath and Hypertension, mini trial in Arabia, 2010
- Heart rate variability behavior at different stages of practice in Zen meditation: a study of the system dynamics using multiresolution analysis, Ren Andal Med Deporte, 2011, 4(2)
- Open Medicine, 2011, "The effect of a biofeedback-based stress management tool on physician stress: a randomized controlled clinical trial"
- Alternative therapies jul/aug 2010, "achieving collective coherence, group effects on heart rate variability coherence and heart rhythm synchronization", Steven, M. Morris"
- Alternative therapies jul/aug 2010, "coherence: bridging personal, social and global health", Rollin McCraty
- Frontier Magazine mei/juni 2010, "het hart en het global coherence initiative"
- The Coherent Heart, Heart–Brain Interactions, Psychophysiological Coherence, and the Emergence of System-Wide Order, Integral review Dec 2009, Rollin McCraty, Ph.D., Mike Atkinson, Dana Tomasino, B.A., and Raymond Trevor Bradley, Ph.D.1
- Ode article june 2005: a change of heart changes everything
- Financial Times mei 2004: Rules to stay cool in the jungle
Research studies have been published in various peer magazines: The American Journal of Cardiology, Integrative Phsiological and Behavioral Science and Alternative Therapies. You can also find a short summary of the Heartmath research on Health Care Impact of HeartMath. For an extensive overview of all research and casestudies please go to www.heartmath.org.
We can advice following books:
Looking for Spinoza, Antonio Damasio
"In clear, accessible and at times eloquent prose, Damasio is outlining nothing less than a new vision of the human soul, integrating body and mind, thought and feeling, individual survival and altruism, humanity and nature, ethics and evolution." -SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE
Healing Without Freud Or Prozac, David Servan-Schreiber
Stress, anxiety and depression are among the most common reasons for people to see the doctor. The drugs targeting these conditions are pharmaceutical bestsellers. Yet a majority of patients would like to be able to heal without taking drugs or engaging in therapy that involves talking about their problems. Dr Servan-Schreiber gathers together, in one place, the answers to the public's questions about alternatives to drugs and talk therapy. He discusses only treatment methods he has used with patients himself, methods which have been proven to work in clinical studies. Beautifully written, with many pertinent case histories, this book will be a revelation to those who dismiss alternative medicine and a godsend to those who are looking for help without taking drugs and without talk therapy.
The Heart Speaks, Mimi Guarneri
Cardiologist and medical director of the Scripps Center for Integrative Medicine, the author presents the latest in cutting-edge cardiology research that shows that the heart is an organ of intelligence, with its own profound influence on the brain, emotions, reasoning, and choices.
The Heart's code, Professor Paul Pearsall, ISBN10: 0767900952
In this groundbreaking book, bestselling author Dr. Paul Pearsall explores the emerging field of cellular memory, one of the most significant medical, social, and spiritual discoveries of our time. Using well-documented research and stories from numerous transplant patients who experience emotional connections to their donors, Pearsall reveals that the heart thinks, feels, remembers, and communicates with other hearts. The heart, not the brain, conducts the energy that becomes the cellular symphony that is the essence of our being. In addition to describing the damage that ignoring the wisdom of the heart can cause on both a personal and sociological level, Pearsall shows how to listen to the subtle energy of the heart and learn its valuable lessons. By unlocking the heart's code, we can discover new ways of understanding healing and human consciousness -- even as we create a new model for living and loving that leads to better health, happiness, and self-knowledge. If you click here you can see the video: Memory Transfer in Heart Transplant Patients.