The Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) is the part of the mammalian nervous system responsible for the control and regulation of the involuntary bodily functions, including heartbeat, blood vessels constriction, breathing, movements of visceral smooth muscles necessary for digestion, endocrine activity and mobility.
The ANS consists of two subsystems:
- The Sympathetic system, which acts stimulating to prepare for physical action or emergency “fight and flight”
- The Parasympathetic system, which acts calming, stress releasing, “rest and digest” control function, the opposite of sympathetic.
Both subsystems trigger and control the regulative feedback to different stressors (changes) either from the direct cellular milieu (connective tissue, cell metabolism, psycho-emotional stressors), or from the external environment (microbes, toxins, stress).
With the ANS being the control tower for all our organs we can gain unparalleled insight into the body’s auto regulation capabilities by looking at its reactions. This is invaluable information when it comes to diagnosis and choosing the right treatment for a patient.
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