• The Autonomic Nervous System ANS serves as the control center for the brain to direct the “automatic” or unconscious, involuntary functions that maintain a stable environment in the body. This includes regulating blood pressure, heart rate, digestion, temperature control, hormone secretion, organ function, pupillary reflexes, and more.
  • This autonomic network is wired throughout our brain, brainstem, spinal cord, and peripheral nerves. Dysfunction with this can lead to conditions like dysautonomia. 
  • Therapy for the autonomic nervous system is tailored case by case as a result of this. Some of those options are tilt table therapy, HRV, breathwork, vestibular therapy, vagus nerve stimulation, vision therapy, cognitive therapy, low level laser therapy, and more.
  • Helping regulate and optimize this system can create profound changes.