What other products compete with EmWave 2 in the HRV space and why is EmWave 2 the standard for measuring HRV? Can a wearable device like a Fitbit produce the same results? Cheers, -Nick
Not sure if it could be said that Oura Ring competes in the hrv space...
The hrv function only works thru the night (while you sleep).
But if that is acceptable, then it may be worth a look.
fake it till you make it
The Emwave measures coherence, not just HRV.
Coherence is HRV, but HRV doesn't automatically encompass coherence if that makes any sense.
If you're interested in a biofeedback device that measures coherence, I'm afraid Heartmath has the market cornered on that. It would be nice for a competitor to enter the fray because it might force Heartmath to come out with the Emwave3 or to lower the prices on their existing Emwave models.
Thank you for the responses. I found a decent explanation on HeartMath's website, here: