Many people live with mysterious conditions, unexplained pains and limitations which they have come to accept as normal. Some people possibly come to believe that these are expected consequences of aging.
1. You have aches and pains or physical problems which you regard as normal to you, or inevitable considering your age, temperament or life situation. For example, some people wake up every morning with a ‘normal’ headache, older people learn to live with their stiff knees, and anxious people expect to have aching shoulders.
2. Your problems have been labelled as ‘of unknown cause’, as medical tests and x-rays have not revealed any abnormality, e.g.: Fibromyalgia, sacroilitis, Meniere’s disease. Therefore you have been offered treatment which deals with the pain symptoms, e.g. anti-inflammatory medication may reduce the pain, but the cause is not being addressed.
3. You have been diagnosed with a certain condition, and are undergoing treatment, but there is little or no improvement.
In each of these scenarios, a key element may be the fact that the nervous system is being undermined in its efficiency.
The body depends on the communication it provides between the brain and the rest of the body, in order to perform its natural processes of self-repair.
In all the above issues, BODY STRESS may be the cause, and it may have been overlooked
Such as muscles, ligaments and tendons. Tissue compression results in irritation of the nerves in those areas. This could negatively impact the sending and receiving of nerve impulses thus affecting the body’s internal communication system.
We are all aware that stress is something we encounter on a daily basis. Stress helps us to grow, and without it life would be meaningless. Stress is what keeps us active, in shape, alert and aware of the need to improve. Stress is a positive thing when it helps us to propel ourselves forward in life. However, stress becomes negative when it begins to work against us.
• Family breakdowns
• Stress due to exams
• Family responsibilities
• Financial worry
• Health problems
• Work-related stress
• Food additives and colours
• Excessive consumption of coffee, sugar or gluten
• A deficient diet which does not provide enough, vitamins, minerals and essential nutrients which are key for the body’s self-repair processes
• Exposure to chemicals contained in cleaning products
• Cosmetics and perfumes
• Endocrine disruptors such as Bisphenol A (BPA) or phtalates present in some plastics in contact with food and which bind readily to oestrogen receptors in the body
• Drugs, alcohol, tobacco, pharmaceuticals