Through the utilization of special software, it is possible to make a quantitative assessment of the anxiety and health index on a 10-point scale.
0-2 – very calm, relaxed people.
2-4 – normal quiescent state.
4-6 – the excited state characteristic of active work, excitement, intense activity.
6-8 – high level of stress
8-10 – a very high level of stress, the peak of excitement.
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Stress level characterizes the Activation coefficient, which has the following interpretation:
Activation coefficient in range 0-2: absolutely calm and totally relaxed person, it could be for several reasons: deep meditation, complete inner peace; the effects of psychedelics; deep sleep in the peaceful phase; at the same time it may be the case of chronic depression or severe disees; we’ll discuss this in the next part of the book.
Activation coefficient in range 2-4: normal, calm condition.
Activation coefficient in range 4-6: excited state, characteristic of active work, emotional excitement and tense activity. This state is typical in high-level managers, militaries and people with responsible jobs. It may be related as well to the high anxiety level. The state of permanent anxiety without relaxations may be the reason for serious problems.
Activation coefficient in range 6-7: there are at least four possible situations:
Reaction to a previous stressful situation (unpleasant conversation, illness, car driving under stressful conditions, etc.). In this case, it is necessary to calm the patient and repeat the measurement after half an hour.
Heightened nervousness, accumulated during long-term stress, emotional tension and autonomic disorder.
People with special type of psyche, capable of switching rapidly from high excitement and nervousness to a calm state.
Athletes in the moment of competition, actors at the performance, students at exams, etc.
Children in a state of nervous excitement.
Activation coefficient in range 7-10: very high stress level, peak of emotional excitement.
Pay close attention to perspiration on the hands: wipe every finger with a tissue and repeat the GDV images taken for each finger separately. In any case, perspiration on the hands is a sign of autonomic imbalance. 22 If a patient with activation level 8-10 appears calm, this could indicate a dangerous situation: the person is on the verge of a nervous breakdown, so be aware and exercise caution.