by Silvia Dentler
From the script:
The parasympathetic nervous system is the resting nerve of the body. Together with the sympathetic nervous system, it forms the autonomic nervous system. As part of the autonomic nervous system, the parasympathetic nervous system is not willingly influenced. It independently controls those processes in the body that are related to recovery, rest and conservation. Metabolism and heartbeat slow down under the influence of the resting nerve. At the same time, activities that the body performs at rest are promoted, such as digestion and a relaxed view of the environment.
The parasympathetic nervous system is the antagonist of the sympathetic nervous system, which ensures increased activity and increased performance in the body. The parasympathetic nervous system puts people at rest – for example, it causes the heart rate and blood pressure to decrease and digestive activity to increase. Like the sympathetic nervous system, the parasympathetic nervous system is not located in a specific place in the body, but is distributed throughout the body.
The parasympathetic nervous system ensures that the body recovers. This is done through a series of processes that the parasympathetic nervous system initiates. The resting nerve stimulates the production of secretions and fluids in the lacrimal and salivary glands, as well as in the bronchi and digestive tract.
The resting nerve causes the urinary bladder to empty and promotes defecation. The parasympathetic nervous system thus has a stimulating effect on the large intestine, just like on the rest of the digestive tract. The glands are stimulated for secretion, the tone of smooth muscles is increased, and the sphincter is relaxed. The heartbeat slows down under the influence of the parasympathetic nervous system. Blood pressure also drops. In the genitals, the parasympathetic nervous system causes an expansion of the parasympathetic nervous system causes dilation of blood vessels, one of the necessary conditions of erection.
Since the autonomic nervous system affects all organs of the body, the result is disorders that can occur in all organs and body regions.
Possible symptoms include:
- increased sweating
- increased or decreased pulse rate
- slight trembling of the hands
The complaints are of a functional nature and not due to organic disorders. Triggers are usually long-lasting stress and mental stress.
With the “Parasympathetic-Sympathikus-Reiki” you now have a wonderful subtle energy at your disposal, which helps to prevent a possible imbalance between the parasympathetic nervous system and the sympathetic nervous system and keeps your autonomic nervous system in energetic balance.