Spine maintenance can help your performance in every aspect of your daily life;
- Work or school
- Home life e.g. playing with your kids
- Driving your car
- Performance of your immune system
- Performance of your bodys vital organs e.g. heart, lungs, liver, kidneys etc..
- Efficiency of your digestive system
Muscles are one of those things that most of us take completely for granted, but they are incredibly important for two key reasons:
- Muscles are the "engine" that your body uses to propel itself. Although they work differently than a car engine or an electric motor, muscles do the same thing -- they turn energy into motion.
- It would be impossible for you to do anything without your muscles. Absolutely everything that you conceive of with your brain is expressed as muscular motion. The only ways for you to express an idea are with the muscles of your larynx, mouth and tongue (spoken words), with the muscles of your fingers (written words or "talking with your hands") or with the skeletal muscles (body language, dancing, running, building or fighting, to name a few).
Muscles are incredibly sophisticated. They are efficient at turning fuel into motion, they are long-lasting, they are self-healing (muscle tissue is capable of regeneration) and they are able to grow stronger and remember specific motions (techniques) with practice. They do everything from allowing you to walk to keeping your blood flowing!
- Smooth muscle is found in your digestive system, blood vessels, bladder, airways and, in a female, the uterus. Smooth muscle has the ability to stretch and maintain tension for long periods of time. It contracts involuntarily, meaning that you do not have to think about contracting it because your nervous system controls it automatically. For example, your stomach and intestines do their muscular thing all day long, and, for the most part, you never know what's going on in there.
- Cardiac muscletwitch muscle only and contracts involuntarily. Like every other muscle it requires instruction from the nervous system. is found only in your heart, and its big features are endurance and consistency. It can stretch in a limited way, like smooth muscle, and contract with the force of a skeletal muscle. It is a
We can see here that it is vital to life that the nervous system be in full control of every bodily function. The only way this happens is for the constant passage of messages back and forth between the Brain & Spinal Cord ( central nervous system ) and every cell of the body. If you have a spinal occlusion, as described in 'dig a little deeper', then your body cannot function to its very best potential.
Option A : Have your spine 'checked' to see if you have any spinal occlusions. If you do then you can start maintaining them and regularly ensure your body is free from any damaging interference.
Option B : Ignore the fact that you 'probably' have spinal occlusions causing interference and subsequent damage. Wait for symptoms to manifest then try to deal with them retrospectively.