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On a whole since the autonomic nervous system comprising the neurotransmitters which are released during acute stressful situations and the bodily reflex mechanisms which are tightly regulated by the sympathetic and parasympathetic control altogether play a role in how an individual responds to various situations.
Heart rate variability as a biomarker for autonomic nervous system response differences between children with chronic pain and healthy control children.
Morning and evening physical exercise differentially regulate the autonomic nervous system during nocturnal sleep in humans.
The results of the second amylase measurements provide a clue about the role of the autonomic nervous system in these diseases.
Autonomic nervous system function in severe breath-holding spells.
Utility of a laboratory score in the prediction of altered autonomic nervous system function in autoimmune gastritis.
Strahle, "Is salivary alpha-amylase an indicator of autonomic nervous system dysregulations in mental disorders?-A review of preliminary findings and the interactions with cortisol," Psychoneuroendocrinology, vol.
Testing the autonomic nervous system. Technical Corner from IASP Newsletter, November-December 1998.
Alterations in cardiac autonomic nervous system function occur in several interrelated cardiac conditions, including hypertension, myocardial ischemia, heart failure, cardiac arrhythmias, and sudden cardiac death.
The police announcement says Xu had left school because of an autonomic nervous system disorder, whose symptoms can include dizziness and problems with basic bodily functions.
Autonomic nervous system was measured by the HRV-power spectrum that was evaluated on a 5-min long ECG recording.

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