Nervous State Explained

The Sympathetic Nervous State Explained

The blood clotting mechanisms of the heart and a patient’s ability to maintain a stable angina are often critically compromised when a heart attack or stroke occurs. While most individuals are familiar with the concept of Angiogenesis, many are not aware of what is known as the “symphatic cascade”. This is a mechanism that occurs naturally during the body’s immune defenses and involves the recruitment of new blood vessel vessels to replace ones that become blocked. For individuals with diseases such as coronary artery disease and heart disease, the Sympathetic Arterial Chain (SAC) plays an important role in blood flow and blood clotting and is activated by a myriad of stimuli. Continue reading Nervous State Explained