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A Novel Top-down Strategy For Addressing Autonomic Imbalances

Deanna Fall,BA; Bradley Bush,ND and Sirid Kellermann,PhD

Abstract
All involuntary bodily functions are controlled by the autonomic nervous system (ANS). Because of its extensive influence, when the ANS is out of balance, it can cause a range of health issues involving sleep quality, energy levels, metabolism, gastrointestinal and cardiovascular function, and more. ANS imbalances manifest differently with each patient due to genetic predisposition and numerous other factors. Strides in the elucidation of neurocircuitry have demonstrated that neurotransmitter-based activity in certain regions of the brain directly and indirectly influence ANS function. This paper discusses the relevant neurocircuitry and clinical support for ANS imbalances.

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