The autonomic nervous system controls the heartbeat. A regular heartbeat similar to clockwork is not a sign of health. What seems paradoxical at first glance can be explained by the fact that our heartbeat is controlled by the autonomic nervous system(VNS). In a healthy organism, there are normal fluctuations from one heartbeat to the next. Here a variability arises, which can be analyzed and evaluated with the help of modern computer technology. This makes it possible to detect changes in the body many years before the onset of disease. Chronic diseases resulting from secondary mitochondriopathies, i.e. diseases resulting from reactive mitochondrial dysfunction due to physiological and biochemical disturbances of the body, can become apparent in the whole organism and are increasingly common in patients.
Worldwide scientifically recognized, there is no other diagnostic than the VNS analysis, which indicates earlier the incipient physical disorder. This applies to the risk of heart disease and stress-induced disorders such as chronic fatigue or burn-out as well as to disorders in the intestinal system, tinnitus diagnostics, autoimmune diseases, causes of infectious diseases and many more.
Together with the enteric nervous system, the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems form the autonomic nervous system. The parasympathetic nervous system is the antagonist of the sympathetic nervous system. The autonomic nervous system is a nerve cord on the back along the spinal cord.
The sympathetic nervous system is a system for the involuntary (non-voluntary) control of organ activity. In this context, the sympathetic nervous system takes over regulation in stressful situations. Then it increases the activity of certain organs. This is why the sympathetic nervous system is also called performance-enhancing. Although the body consumes more energy, it becomes more efficient and can react more quickly. The state of excitation of the sympathetic nervous system is called sympathetic tone.
The parasympathetic nervous system - or parasympathetic nervous system - takes over regulation in the body during the rest or recovery phase. To this end, the parasympathetic nervous system controls the activity of many organs without any conscious influence (= involuntarily). It is responsible, for example, for building up energy reserves. This is why a healthy diet is so important. For example, the parasympathetic nervous system uses the resting phase of sleep for digestion.
Only with self-responsibility and self-optimization through the support of specialists in functional medicine and the methods developed together can one become and remain healthy, with full performance, the best concentration and physical as well as mental fitness.
Based on these aspects, the DEEP-Oasis® principle was developed in 5 years of preliminary work in cooperation with doctors. This is about goal-oriented therapies and therapy supplements, as well as the sustainable regeneration and support of holistic health.