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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
10. Why ANSWatch Monitor must be worn on the left wrist (not right
wrist)?

  • Special piezoelectrical biosensors are embedded  in the wrist cuff on the left side
    of the device to capture precise arterial waveforms. Thus, ANSWatch monitor must
    be worn on the left wrist.  
  • If for some particular patients where the left wrist is not available for testing (such
    as patients with a dialysis shunt on the left wrist; ladies with wrist belts that are
    difficult to remove), it is possible to wear ANSWatch on the right wrist with a
    reversed direction (i.e. the device is turned 180 degree where the key buttons are
    "away from the patient's face" instead of "towards the face").  Under such posture,
    the cuff must be worn to cover some area of the palm so that the biosensors will
    be on the top of the radial artery location.   Write us an e-mail at
    customerservice@sunscientific.com if you need assistance.
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Do you have     
hypertension?
- are you monitoring   
frequently?
- are you taking
prescription drugs?
- are you aware of drug
side effects on ANS?
- self-improvement tips
Read more......
Feeling dizzy      
or even fainted?
- are you low in blood
pressure or heart rate?
- are you taking
prescription drugs?
- You may experience
Baroreflex failure
Read more......
Irregular heartbeats?
- often noticing abnormal
heartbeats (missing,
uneven, or super-fast)?
- Yo might have cardiac
arrhythmias
- Most sudden death
events are preceded by
irregular heartbeats
Read more......
- Mitral valve is the
bicuspid valve between left
atrium and ventricle
- If mitral valve is not
closed properly (called
mitral valve prolapse
MVP), the blood may
backflow during pumping
- there is a strong
connection between panic
attackes and MVP
- How to detect it?
Read more......
Am I having   
dysautonimia?
- autonomic nervous
system works to fine tune
body conditions depending
on physiological needs
- ANS consists of two
branches: sympathetic and
parasympathetic
- do you have balanced
ANS?
- what are the symptoms of
dysautonomia?
Read more......
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