Insight into the Black Box Body
The autonomic nervous system (ANS) serves as the functional control of all body processes and is, along with the central nervous system as the command centre, the active executing system. It keeps the body performing and healthy. The ANS is built up by the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system—just like a car with the function of accelerator and brake. In the organism, the sympathetic nervous system is the accelerator that accelerates the body rhythms and the parasympathetic nervous system is the brake to slow down and recover the body functions.
We measure the regulatory capacity of the ANS
The better the two subsystems sympathetic and parasympathetic react, the better the performance. This is exactly what we can experience by analysing the regulatory capacity of the ANS. In the following graph we can see the difference between good and bad regulation of the autonomic nervous system.
How powerful are you?
The HeartBalance Analysis of the autonomous nervous system provides clear information about the performance and recovery ability of a person. The measurement of the ECG, the calculation of the heart rate variability (HRV) and the HeartBalance Analysis can clearly determine the assessment of the quality of the ANS based on existing scientifically evaluated reference data. With this assessment targeted measures can be taken to improve and optimise the autonomic nervous system as the central control system.