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Acta Psychologica Sinica    2018, Vol. 50 Issue (12) : 1413-1427     DOI: 10.3724/SP.J.1041.2018.01413
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Physiological mechanisms of mindfulness: Preliminary evidence from self-similarity of heart rate variability
SUN Shasha1,LI Xiaobing2,LI Baoshan1,LIU Chengyi3(),HUANG Miner1()
1 Department of Psychology, Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou 510006, China
2 Department of Physical Education, Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou 510275, China
3 School of Physical Education and Sports Science, South China Normal University, Guangzhou 510006, China
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Mindfulness has a considerable contribution to one’s physical and psychological health and his/her ability to adapt to an endlessly changing environment. Researchers have proposed different perspectives in studying the mechanism of mindfulness. However, few of the previous theoretical frameworks are based on the ongoing changes in a dynamic process. In this study, we investigate the relationship between trait mindfulness and the functions of the autonomic nervous system from a “self-similarity” perspective, which represents function- specific homeostasis. The concept of self-similarity refers to the ability of the human body to remain stable when experiencing changes from the internal and external environmental factors In the current study, four conditions (5 min resting, 3 min stressful, 5 min post-stress states, and 5.4 min mindfulness practice) were established to induce different physical and psychological status and to examine the self-similarity levels of the participants. The cold-pressor task, a safe and effective paradigm to induce pain in laboratory settings, was used in this study, which involved 56 undergraduate students. Heart rate variability (HRV) with its time- and frequency-domain measures (SDNN, RMSSD, TP, LF, and HF), which represent the functions of the autonomic nervous system, were employed to calculate self-similarity. A biofeedback system (emWave Pro Plus) with an ear sensor was used to record the HRV measures consecutively during the four phases.

The three main results of the study are as follows. First, one-way repeated analyses of the variance test on HRV measures (SDNN, RMSSD, TP, LF, and HF) yielded significant effects for the conditions. The post hoc test indicated that the HRV under stressful condition was higher than those under conditions of resting state, post-stress state, and mindfulness practice. Hence, the whole function and balance of the autonomic nervous system, HRV measure, and coherence were significantly higher in mindfulness practice than in the resting, stressful, and post-stress states. Second, correlation analysis revealed that the self-similarity level of HRV significantly correlated with trait mindfulness measured by the Mindful Attention Awareness Scale (MAAS). Third, the 56 participants were divided into two groups according to mean self-similarity level. Measures of HRV (SDNN, RMSSD, TP, LF, and HF) of the high self-similarity group (n = 25) were significantly higher than those of the low self-similarity group (n = 31) only under stressful conditions. However, this was not the case under the other three conditions.

The above results indicated that HRV changes according to the changing conditions; moreover, high trait mindfulness and self-similarity can protect organisms from poor adaptation, especially when they encounter stressful conditions. The correlation between mindfulness and self-similarity of HRV measures implies that self-similarity may play a core role in how mindfulness works. The current study is a pilot study conducted with only college students, thus limiting the generalization of our conclusion. Moreover, the participants in our study had no previous experience of mindfulness practice, as their mindfulness level was represented with the MAAS measurement. In the future, we seek to recruit people with mindfulness or meditation practice experiences to explore whether meditation experts would better keep their function-specific homeostasis in different processes than meditation novices would.

Keywords trait mindfulness      self-similarity      function-specific homeostasis      heart rate variability (HRV)     
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SUN Shasha,LI Xiaobing,LI Baoshan, et al. Physiological mechanisms of mindfulness: Preliminary evidence from self-similarity of heart rate variability[J]. Acta Psychologica Sinica, 2018, 50(12): 1413-1427.
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http://journal.psych.ac.cn/xlxb/EN/10.3724/SP.J.1041.2018.01413     OR     http://journal.psych.ac.cn/xlxb/EN/Y2018/V50/I12/1413
  
  
指标 环节1: 静息态 环节2: 冷加压 环节3: 冷加压后恢复 环节4: 正念练习
HR 78.12 ± 12.09 82.70 ± 11.81 74.82 ± 11.88 75.50 ± 12.11
SDNN 82.87 ± 41.72 108.96 ± 55.92 82.42 ± 33.29 79.03 ± 25.61
RMSSD 84.51 ± 57.66 120.79 ± 76.52 83.51 ± 47.52 71.61 ± 33.95
TP 2233.91 ± 4210.02 4497.88 ± 6378.48 2088.89 ± 2448.30 1901.19 ± 1268.06
LF-HRV 1004.59 ± 1985.80 2521.39 ± 4099.93 803.93 ± 1102.43 867.86 ± 782.57
HF-HRV 531.60 ± 681.38 1079.55 ± 1411.91 503.92 ± 494.46 493.10 ± 485.91
LF/HF ratio 1.74 ± 1.33 1.92 ± 1.13 1.87 ± 2.31 2.94 ± 3.67
coherence 38.23 ± 8.83 36.15 ± 8.83 36.29 ± 9.19 41.48 ± 9.56
  
  
指标 MAAS总分与自主神经系统各指标的皮尔逊相关系数r
环节1: 静息态 环节2: 冷加压 环节3: 冷加压后恢复 环节4: 正念练习
HR 0.017 -0.075 0.040 0.076
SDNN 0.182 0.216 0.144 0.007
RMSSD 0.192 0.253? 0.216 0.091
TP 0.230 0.329* 0.191 -0.054
LF-HRV 0.226 0.249? 0.103 -0.136
HF-HRV 0.177 0.307* 0.276* 0.022
LH/HF ratio -0.003 0.010 -0.278* -0.116
Coherence -0.123 -0.077 -0.266* -0.106
  
环节 指标
SDNN RMSSD TP LF-HRV HF-HRV
环节1: 静息态
低自相似组(n=31) 81.80 ± 38.88 78.68 ± 50.94 2178.93 ± 3955.73 1107.73 ± 2080.27 494.98 ± 552.94
高自相似组(n=25) 84.20 ± 45.79 91.74 ± 65.39 2302.07 ± 4587.96 876.69 ± 1896.51 577.00 ± 823.34
环节2: 冷加压
低自相似组(n=31) 93.41 ± 42.07 98.08 ± 60.11 2618.21 ± 3296.85 1542.05 ± 2395.99 676.75 ± 945.63
高自相似组(n=25) 128.23 ± 65.23 149.00 ± 86.08 6828.65 ± 8332.31 3735.76 ± 5345.15 1579.01 ± 1726.61
环节3: 冷加压后恢复
低自相似组(n=31) 81.64 ± 33.89 78.78 ± 44.84 2403.22 ± 3037.06 974.99 ± 1389.88 480.25 ± 562.25
高自相似组(n=25) 83.41 ± 35.60 89.36 ± 50.97 1699.11 ± 1386.02 591.80 ± 534.58 533.25 ± 404.34
环节4: 正念练习
低自相似组(n=31) 81.91 ± 26.32 70.61 ± 33.09 2131.67 ± 1294.55 1026.77 ± 924.48 489.30 ± 544.08
高自相似组(n=25) 75.47 ± 24.77 72.86 ± 35.63 1615.38 ± 1198.50 670.80 ± 511.91 497.81 ± 413.52
  
  
  
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