The vital monitor indicates the average heart rate variability in milliseconds. This value is calculated from the rest phase of each measurement. A higher “heart rate variability (msec)” tends to mean that your body is regenerated, recovered and relaxed. HRV decreases with age. Younger people tend to have better values than older people. However, you can train HRV through exercise, nutrition, recovery and time management and thus increase HRV - regardless of age, you can significantly increase your physical performance, regeneration times and well-being.