The Asyra software contains digitally encoded information describing a wide range of mental, physiological, and emotional factors. The signals are output as electromagnetic signals during testing. Using a simple and safe low-voltage circuit formed by holding two brass cylinders, the response of the body to those signals is recorded. The response being measured is small changes in the electrical resistance of the skin. This information is relayed back to the software. A report is generated on the computer-based on the responses. The Asyra is designed to assist doctors in providing a further source of information in addition to those obtained from case history, questioning, or observation and apply that information directly in support of healing by way of built-in informational feedback.