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Analysis of the autonomic nervous system (VNS)

What is the VNS?

In addition to the central nervous system (CNS), the VNS is the overriding control and regulation system of the body and controls all vital organ systems of the body, such as blood pressure, heartbeat, the respiratory system, the digestive system, the immune system, the endocrine system, etc.

Now you have the opportunity to visualize the exact functional state of the autonomic nervous system in a simple and understandable way.

What does the new diagnostics offer you?

  • The ANS analysis is currently the best Prevention diagnostics, which makes incipient organic disturbances visible, even if all laboratory parameters and other test results still show completely normal values.
  • The ANS analysis provides valuable data for the individual health or disease prognosis or risk assessment. A permanently restricted regulatory activity of the VNS is associated with a lower life expectancy, which has been proven in large studies.
  • The ANS analysis is the first Stress exposure diagnosticsthat shows whether stress factors and other stresses in everyday life have already led to health disorders.
  • The VNS analysis makes the success or failure of any therapy immediately visible and is available as a Therapy control ideally suited for existing diseases.

Since there is no other diagnosis that indicates the onset of organic disorders and health risks earlier, we recommend the ANS analysis to all of our patients as the optimal preventive examination.


The diagnosis is painless and free of side effects, takes about 15 minutes and is scientifically recognized in over 1.4,000 studies.


Further information on the analysis of the autonomic nervous system (VNS):


The autonomic nervous system (VNS), as the higher-level control and regulation system of the body, consists of the Sympathetic nerve (tension-stress nerve) and the Parasympathetic or vagus nerve (relaxation-regeneration nerve).


If this higher-level control system is disturbed, it can result in a wide variety of diseases:

Sympathetic activity:

  • Increase in blood pressure due to increased heart activity
  • The blood's ability to clot is increased
  • Inhibition of insulin production -> increased sugar
  • Energy depletion
  • Reduced blood flow to the genitals


  • Hypertension
  • Heart attack, stroke
  • Diabetes mellitus
  • Burnout / depression
  • Erectile dysfunction

Parasympathetic activity:

  • Lowering of blood pressure
  • Blood thinning
  • Insulin production
  • Energy build-up, regeneration
  • erection


The functional state of the autonomic nervous system (VNS) becomes
determined by the heart rhythm variability analysis (HRV).

The heart rhythm is controlled by the superordinate sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system.

In the HRV analysis a total of 520 heartbeats are measured, namely the time interval between the individual heartbeats (RR intervals). If a variability (different time intervals) can be seen here, the body can adapt well to internal and external stimuli. That speaks for a good adaptability.


If the HRV analysis does not show any variability, this means that the body can no longer adapt sufficiently or not at all to internal and external stimuli. In such a situation, the body is in a sympathetic starting position and the parasympathetic nervous system is partially frozen.


The greater the variability in the heart rhythm is measured, the more active the parasympathetic (recovery / regeneration) is. An active parasympathetic nervous system is the best protective factor for health.
The less the variability, the more active the sympathetic system (tension / stress) is.

This is also referred to as one Regulatory rigidity of the VNS. With this disruption of the VNS, illnesses or already existing illnesses can threaten
worsen. Only with the help of the HRV analysis is it currently possible to diagnose the rigidity of the ANS.


Therapy options for a dysfunction of the autonomic nervous system (VNS):


The VNS can be brought back into balance with the following therapy options by strengthening the parasympathetic and downregulating the activity of the sympathetic:

According to the national supply guidelines, a clocked
Breathing with 6 breaths per minute (4 sec. Inhalation, 6 sec. Exhalation)
an improved activity of the parasympathetic nervous system is achieved, since healthy people show the maximum heart rhythm variability (HRV) at this breathing frequency.

So if the parasympathetic activity increases due to the pulsed breathing in the second HRV measurement, breathing therapy with the help of the Vagusvit device is recommended. This respiratory therapy device trains the vegetative balance and strengthens the parasympathetic and vagus nerves.

  • Regular endurance training.
  • Relaxation exercises such as yoga, muscle relaxation according to Jacobsen, autogenic training, etc.
  • Stress reduction, conflict resolution, psychotherapy.
  • Naturopathic treatments such as acupuncture, bioresonance, homeopathy, detoxification and drainage therapy, neural therapy, phytotherapy.
  • Orthomolecular therapy with vitamins, trace elements, amino acids.