預 防 醫 學
What is “autonomous nerve”? The nervous system in the human body that is not directly controlled by the brain consciousness is composed of sympathetic and parasympathetic nerves. The sympathetic nerve is responsible for excitation, metabolism, and fighting, while the parasympathetic nerve is responsible for inhibition, storage, and self-cultivation. The sympathetic nerve and the parasympathetic nerve will constantly regulate themselves to maintain a proper balance.
When the activity of the autonomic nerves decreases and cannot be adjusted, it is called “autonomic nerve disorder”, and various organs regulated by the autonomic nerves will also start to show symptoms. Dysregulated autonomic nerves are like an unbalanced seesaw, which may be caused by excessive sympathetic nerve excitation or parasympathetic nerve function decline. Various physical and mental diseases may lead to autonomic disorders, such as heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity, depression, anxiety, etc. Stress and unhealthy living habits are also important factors that cause autonomic disorders.
“Autonomic nervous disorder” is a general term for symptoms rather than a disease. Just like the meaning of “fever”, fever may be caused by dehydration, a cold, or pneumonia. Tell us “There is something wrong with your body!”
Since the autonomic nervous system disorder only affects the nerve function on the surface of organs and tissues, but the patient’s own organs and tissue structure are intact, so the inspection equipment in large hospitals often can’t detect any problems. However, the uncomfortable situation still exists. If patients with autonomic nervous disorder ignore these body signals, they may develop small and serious illnesses and miss the opportunity for treatment. The latest physical and mental energy detection method uses the comparison of heart rate variation data to help analyze the causes of autonomic nervous disorders and the probability of sudden death, and has the opportunity to prevent the occurrence of major diseases. This is a major advance in preventive medicine.
Autonomic nervous disorders can be treated, but because the clinical symptoms of patients are often diverse and complex, many patients see the wrong doctor, take the wrong medicine, wander in various outpatient clinics, consume a lot of time, energy, and exhausted, but still cannot recover. Therefore, the physical and mental energy detection of the autonomic nervous system can help, including the analysis and judgment of the type, etiology, severity, and onset of the disorder. Correct diagnosis can provide effective treatment. With the combination of Chinese and Western medicine, including: nutritional supplements, drug therapy, exercise and diet, physical and mental stress release and other physiological feedback methods, patients with mild autonomic nervous disorders can be improved within 1-2 months.
Q. What about autonomic disorders?
A. Disorders of the autonomic nervous system can lead to abnormalities in various systems of the human body and endanger health.
Q. Are there any obvious and specific symptoms of autonomic dysregulation?
A.No. Symptoms of autonomic disorders vary from person to person.
Q. What is the main cause of autonomic nervous disorder?
A. Environmental pressure and natural personality are the main causes of autonomic nervous disorders.
Q. Who are prone to autonomic nervous system problems?
A. Those who are less resistant to stress, pursue perfection, have an impatient personality, and love to worry are more likely to suffer from autonomic nervous disorders.
Q. Is autonomic disorder the same as depression?
A. No, there is no absolute relationship between autonomic disorders and depression.
Q. How to improve autonomic nervous function?
A. Including: regular work and rest and improvement of insomnia, aerobic exercise and exposure to sunlight, balanced diet and colorful fruits and vegetables, learning relaxation techniques and meditation, releasing internal and external pressure, and discovering potential physical and mental problems. In addition to the general non-drug approach to improve autonomic nerves, for potential physical and mental diseases, the combination of appropriate and correct drugs to regulate neuroendocrine can achieve the greatest effect. Remember not to treat the head for a headache, or treat the foot for a pain in the foot. Only by finding out the correct cause can the problem be truly solved.