ANS Analysis offers the unique opportunity to gain fast and easy insight into the regulatory capacity of the autonomic nervous system (ANS). The functional state of the ANS provides important information that allows practitioners to assess health conditions or disorders better than ever before. The measurement results help to answer many questions, including:
- To what extent do risk factors exist for cardiovascular disease or other chronic dysfunctions?
- Is the body able to cope with stress or have stress factors already produced a health impairment?
- Are the applied therapies successful (therapy monitoring)?
- Can therapies improve the functional state of a disturbed autonomic nervous system?
- What effect do problems and conflicts have on the body?
These are just a few of the many questions that ANS Analysis can answer better than anything else. For this reason, it is recommended that an ANS Analysis is performed both as a preventive measure and for patients with stress symptoms, chronic illnesses or problems and conflicts at work.
ANS Analysis is painless, free of side effects and takes about seven minutes to perform.
ANS Analysis measures the autonomic nervous system via the heart rate variability (HRV).
ANS Analysis is a very simple and fast method to show how well our body’s primary control center, the autonomic nervous system (ANS) is working and performing its regulatory duties. With its two main divisions, the sympathetic and the parasympathetic nervous system (or vagus), the ANS represents a super-ordinate control center in the body. It controls and regulates subordinate processes and all vital functions, including blood pressure, respiratory rate, heart rate, immune system, endocrine system, digestive system, energy supply, etc.
When a superordinate system controls and regulates subordinate systems, the functional state of the superordinate system is the most important diagnostic parameter.
It has been shown that the changes in the autonomous regulation often precede the clinical manifestation of illnesses and symptoms. There is no other examination that detects incipient disorders this early and easy, which makes it ideally suited as an entry examination for all disciplines.
See what a practitioner has to say about the use of ANS Analysis in his daily practice and the advantages it offers him. Experience also how easy it is to use the ANS Analysis system and the useful available add-ons and how to use them to your advantage in this video.