Stress on the brain causes an increased or decreased output of energy that can effect all the organs. The brain has only a certain amount of nervous energy it can hold on to. Then, it has to discharge that energy into the body. People usually channel their stress in one main place (low back, lungs, head, heart, etc). This is all channeled from the brain, going to various parts of the body, manifesting as physical and psychological signs.
People with conditions such as depression, anxiety/panic, asthma, heart disease, diabetes, epilepsy, fibromyalgia, etc have a weak signal because they don't have enough power in their nervous system.
At Innate Connection, we have certified methods of stress response measurement; a test called the Stress Response Evaluation or SRE (Neuro-functional Assessment). The NeuroInfinity offers the ability to present printed reports on cortical activity (via EEG) as well as six different neurophysical responses to both stressors and recovery. It is now possible to see the state of the dynamic brain activity without using expensive equipment such as MRI and PET scanners. The NeuroInfinity can show abnormal cortical activity and the effect it has on the other base systems of the body, before signs and symptoms appear. Heart Rate Variability (HRV), which is included in the analysis program and was developed by the cardiologists of America and Europe, represents the application of this new approach. HRV has the ability to reveal damaging heart activity even BEFORE THE ABNORMAL BLOOD CHEMISTRY SHOWS UP.
With the NeuroInfinity we use a dynamic analysis of central nervous system function that measures what is going on in the cortex and how it influences the function of the limbic system. The limbic system is the seat of the autonomic nervous system which includes both sympathetic and parasympathetic activities. In other words, we can see how people adapt to and recover from different types of stressors in their lives. It also allows a look at the neurological patterns that have been established as compared to ideal patterns.
Remember that in order to change neurological patterns, it will take time, repetition and training. The seriousness of your health challenge, the duration of the complaint, and your ability to respond are all factors at play in your recovery. Some care plans may be once a week for six months or a year, just to move your system back to a level of stabilization. Other plans may be three or more times a week for four to fifteen weeks. It all depends on your specific retraining neurological patterns. Look to your nervous system for the cause of your health challenges and for your recovery and recognize that the power lies within you to change your world. Take back control of your life!
Mobil Stress Response Evaluations:
Rena H. Cash, ND, NMT