The ABC’s of ANSAR testing:
Simply put, ANSAR testing is a painless, non-invasive diagnostic procedure that determines how well a patient’s autonomic nervous system is functioning.
The autonomic nervous system is the involuntary part of everyone’s neurological make-up and manages just about every system in the body. It controls digestion, sleep, breathing, circulation, blood pressure, heart rate, even stress. The list is practically endless.
The autonomic nervous system is divided into two parts: the parasympathetic and the sympathetic.
The parasympathetic half handles normal conditions, such as digestion, healing, blood flow and respiration.
The sympathetic part of the nervous system controls the body’s reactions during times of illness, stress or injury. It prepares the body to react (the “fight or flight” response). Heart rate increases as does blood pressure and respiration. The body is directed to release glucose, adrenaline and other stress hormones.
In a perfect world, the autonomic nervous system maintains its balance. This is not always the case. When there is an imbalance, there is a reason. ANSAR testing can detect many conditions in the early stages, when treatment can be most effective. Cardiovascular disease, diabetes, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, chronic fatigue syndrome and high blood pressure are just some of the conditions that can be identified and measured with the ANSAR test.
ANSAR testing provides practicing physicians with very detailed and specific data. This is a customized approach to medicine. The diagnosis and treatment for one patient will differ from that of another based on the information from the ANSAR test.