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Institute of HeartMath's Military Service Appreciation Fund Gives Soldiers Peace of Mind
Date:5/19/2010

uo;It is rewarding to know that IHM’s scholarship program is providing soldiers who need, but cannot afford these interventions.”

McCraty emphasized that IHM’s mission is about serving humanity by providing practical and scientifically based tools and interventions proven to prevent and reverse the negative effects of stress, regardless whether it is a soldier, at-risk student or police officer who has a need.

“The HeartMath System is designed to help preserve and increase the quality of life for all individuals,” he said.

The techniques and technologies IHM has developed over nearly two decades provide service members with science-based methods for reducing stress and building resilience. One example is IHM’s emWave heart-rhythm coherence feedback technology, which uses visual and audio feedback of the user’s heart rhythms. For military personnel, these techniques and technologies can be applied to achieve balance and calm.

HeartMath’s researchers discovered that monitoring heart-rhythm patterns and practicing easy-to-learn self-regulation tools such as its Quick Coherence® Technique are highly beneficial, especially for reducing stress, fatigue and sleeplessness, increasing cognitive function and building resilience.

Coherence is an important physiological state, HeartMath researchers explain, that is achieved when the heart, brain and nervous system come into alignment and work together efficiently and harmoniously. Studies show that when your heart beats in a coherent pattern, your emotional and mental state is balanced, and your body, including the immune and hormonal systems, are positively influenced.
Jolene, the wife of Daniel, a Marine serving in Afghanistan – their last names are withheld because of privacy concerns – told IHM that her
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