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The malfunctionings of autonomic nervous system can only be explained and treated by the bioenergetic model of medicine as represented by physicians herbal formula

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Physician's herbal remedies are based on energetic model and not on anatomical model as in modern medicine. Autonomic nervous system malfunctionings as a result of energy deficiencies or imbalances often express themselves as 1) altered sensations of body temperatures ( One may feel hot or cold in various parts of body even when the thermometer readings are normal ), 2) abnormal or excess sweatings in the absence of hot environment ( Sweating and fatigued easily with exertion, or night sweating as in menopause ), and 3) altered sensory nerve firings in response to poor microcirculation caused by autonomic vasoconstriction ( idiopathic numbness,tingling, or bugs crawling in extremities,etc).

The symptomologies in this category are extremely common, and yet not treatable by current biomedicine ( or for menopausal symptoms estrogens must be used ). Physician's  herbal formulas can replenish energy or free up the blocked circulation of energy and blood, and restore the proper functioning of autonomic nervous system.

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