What is stress level and what does it need for?
Stress level is calculated on the electrocardiogram with a special formula which was developed by Russian scientist Roman Baevsky. It calculates the ratio that reflects the degree of tension from systems that regulate heart activity.
Under stress we usually understand the body's ability to adapt to mental and physical strain. Stress has a profound effect on the body and especially on the heart. If you know the level of stress, you can avoid many health problems, and promptly undertake measures or consult a doctor.