What Is Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) Monitoring?
Non-Invasive Autonomic Nervous System Monitoring is a fast, pain-free, and simple measure of health. ANS will record heart rate variability, respiratory activity, and blood pressure readings. A computer then analyzes this data to determine how ANS is controlling the heart, lungs, and other body parts. The physician then interprets these computerized results.
Autonomic Nervous System Testing (ANSAR)
Involuntary actions are controlled by the Autonomic nervous system include the lungs, heart, digestive system, reflexes, blood pressure, and more. It is separated into two very distinct branches: the parasympathetic branch, which controls your blood flow, digestion, and respiration. While the sympathetic branch that controls the body when dealing with stress, illness, or injury. This branch also directs the release of hormones in the body to release
Ideally, there should be a balance between the two branches of the autonomic nervous system. Sometimes there is not. When this balance is not present, ANSAR testing can be used to detect conditions that may be occurring to disrupt the balance. Many conditions can be detected in their earliest stages when treatment is more effective. The ANSAR test is a noninvasive diagnostic test that evaluates the function of a patient’s nervous system with a set of normal results. By reviewing the results of the test, the doctor is able to customize a treatment plan for the patient.
Am I a Candidate for ANS Monitoring?
This is used with conditions including:
- Post-MI & other cardiac conditions
- Neurologic problems
- Circulation problems
Length Of ANS Monitoring
ANS Monitoring testing typically takes about 18 minutes to complete.
(Length of Time:18 minutes)