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Respiratory Sinus Arrhythmia – regulation of the heart rate by the breath; heart rate increases during inhalation and decreases during exhalation, due to the respiratory rhythm of the neurons in the Nucleus Ambiguus, the brainstem center that controls the Calming Response.

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