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New Indian Journal of Surgery

Volume  3, Issue 3, July - September 2012, Pages 165-165

 

Shortcommunication

Heart Rate Variability Changes during Stroop Colour and Word Test
Priyanka Satish Rao, K.Muralikrishnan, K.Balasubramanian, Shanmugapriya
Stanley Medical College, Chennai, India
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Abstract

Stress is a reaction of the body to any change that requires physical, mental or emotional adjustments. Individual differences in stress reactivity have been proposed as a potentially important risk factor for genderspecific health problems in men and women. The Autonomic regulation of the cardiovascular system is most commonly affected and is assessed by means of spectral analysis of short term heart rate variability (HRV). HRV was measured in time and frequency domain parameters.
 


Corresponding Author : Priyanka Satish Rao