Our biosensing technology helps you dig deep inside your meditation
Meditation meets science
Studies have proven that meditation reduces your stress, helps you control anxiety, promotes emotional health, enhances self-awareness, helps fight addiction, and more. Let Flowtime tell you how meditation improves your physical and mental health.
Experienced meditators may have a strong theta wave but keep awake
Aware and focused
Experienced meditators do meditation
Focused, active and intense
When you are highly focused during meditation
Aware and relaxed with eyes closed
Change very little during meditation
Deeply relaxed, or in light sleep
It increases when you close eye and feel relaxed
What happens to your heart rate when you are having regular deep breaths?
Regular deep breaths make the heart rate curve not random anymore, but as periodic as sine waves.
What happens to your HRV when you are having regular deep breaths?
You will acquire high and coherent HRV as well when you have a regular pattern of breathing.
What happens to your Pressure when you are having regular deep breaths?
During meditation, deep breathing training can effectively reduce stress, and long-term meditation training can improve stress resilience.
How do I know whether I’m dozy or entering into the meditative state?
When you are stepping into the sleep stages, your heart rate decreases gradually. While if you enter into the flow state, your heart rate won’t have an apparent drop-off trend. For example, the chart shows the user was much relaxed and almost fell asleep between 9 and 15 minutes when she did a body-scan session before sleep. Suddenly she woke up and took several deep breaths to help her stay awake.
How do I know whether I’m doing better to improve my focus?
Many types of meditation need you to be focused on things such as your breath or an object. If you realize you are distracted, you need to come back and focus your mind on it again. The Attention index shows how much you are focused and how it changes. Without long-term practice, the Attention index is hard to keep high, generally up and down. By practicing meditation, you can keep focused at a high level and stay concentrated longer.