ANS Analysis - Quick and objective therapy control

Do you know how successful your therapies are?

Make your treatment success measurable!

All you require is a special chest strap and an iPad with the appropriate software.

No matter if you are:

  • Practitioner of classical medicine
  • Naturopath or
  • practitioner in complementary medicine

Regardless of whetheryou are working with:

  • Medicines for stimulation / reduction of sympathetic or parasympathetic nervous system
  • Laser therapy,
  • Oxyvenation,
  • Biofeedback,
  • TCM,
  • Acupuncture
  • Homeopathy
  • and much more

ANS analysis immediately detects regulatory disturbances and helps you to restore a vegetative / autonomous balance. For only when the superior autonomic nervous system (ANS) regulates correctly, subordinate organs and organ systems regulate and perform better.

What is ANS analysis?

ANS analysis is a scientifically recognized diagnostic method that can be used in all patients to monitor the course of diseases. ANS analysis can also be applied in the context of preventive check ups, since changes in the regulation of the vegetative nervous system are evident even before symptoms occur.

Only 7 minutes that indicate whether the ANS of your patient is in balance

This form of therapy control is a delegable service, which can be conducted quickly and easily in your practice. By before/after comparisons, you can explain your patients with supporting graphs how their vegetative nervous system regulates and performs. You will immediately recognize whether the drugs or therapies you use have a lasting influence on the regulation of the autonomic nervous system.

How does ANS analysis work?

ANS analysis measures the vegetative nervous system via the heart rate variability (HRV).

The heart is directly controlled by the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system via the impulse conduction system. It therefore serves as an effector in ANS analysis to measure the autonomic nervous system.

The ANS, with its two main nerves, the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system, is a superior control center in the body that controls and regulates subordinate processes and all vital functions such as blood pressure, respiration, heart rate, immune system, hormone system and digestive system.

An ANS disturbance that comes along with an overactive sympathetic and a hypoactive parasympathetic nervous system will lead inevitably to changes in cardiac excitation and heart rate variability (interval between heart beats) and is therefore measurable!

Methodology

The basis of the ANS analysis is the recording of a technically perfect electrocardiogram (520 R-R intervals) through a chest belt with a measurement resolution of 1 ms. Depending on the patient's pulse, this procedure takes between 5-10 minutes. The patient is measured while sitting. The transmission of the data from the chest belt to the receiver is carried out digitally via radio. The following graphical representation and calculation of the ANS main parameters happens automatically.

ANS analysis is optimized for the daily use in medical practices. Physicians, alternative practitioners or therapists can quickly evaluate the data, interpret it and explain it to their patients in a simple way.

ANS Parameter

The colors (red, yellow, green) in the background correspond to the standard values. All parameters should be within the green standard range. The values ​​over the bar are the measured values. The values ​​in brackets indicate the standard range.

The red and blue bars reflect the two main nerves of the vegetative nervous system. It is immediately clear whether everything is ok or whether there is need for action. For only if the superordinate autonomic nervous system regulates well, subordinate organs and organ systems regulate and perform better.

Good autonomous regulation

Poor autonomous regulation

The ANS system is available in two different versions:

  • Professional: Designed for use in medcial practices. It is ideally suited for prevention check ups, therapy and follow-up control. It includes a breathing therapy, which can be used for the immediate stimulation of the parasympathetic nevous system.
  • Professional Plus: Complements the professional software with the added value of services, training in your practice and marketing material.

The ANS analysis is available in our online shop!

The equipment varies depending on the version.

For detailed information about the ANS analysis, please contact us: info@wmedicalsystems.com