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Importance of the Autonomic Nervous System

 

The Parasympathetic and Sympathetic (P&S) compose the two separate branches of the Autonomic Nervous System.  Monitoring the two individual branches of the ANS helps diagnose and treat patients.  Once balance is restored, they return to health and wellness. Our non-invasive technology assists healthcare providers to identify and obtain early stage diagnoses for many diseases and conditions that are not easily identified prior to obvious symptoms. These early stage diagnoses generally result in lower treatment costs and faster recovery.  Chronic patients often can experience multiple symptoms and they may go to several different specialists, when they only have one simple ANS imbalance that triggers the multiple symptoms. Again, once ANS balance is restored, the patients may no longer require multiple specialists for their continued treatment. 

Common Symptoms 

Sympathetic dominant

hypertension, arrhythmia, sleep apnea, obesity, headaches, anxiety, sweating, increased bowel movements, high blood sugar

Parasympathetic dominant

sleep disturbances (awake in the middle of the night and cannot return to sleep for hours), arrhythmia, depression, migraines, chronic fatigue, GI issues, low blood sugar, difficulty breathing, chest palpitations, dizziness, panic attacks, uncontrolled BP

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