Every body is designed to move andperform optimally.In fact, there are dozens of systems in place to make sure you stay upright and balanced
You are made to move.
Every body is designed to move and perform optimally. In fact, there are dozens of systems in place to make sure you stay upright, level, and balanced.
But here’s the thing: No body is perfect.
Each of us has a unique quirk over here or something slightly out of whack over there. So, the body compensates. Problem solved, right? Well, not so much. Because those extra movements come at a cost. For every work-around your body has to process, your nervous system gets cluttered with another signal between the muscles and the brain.
Over time, there’s a lot of static.
All of that neural traffic gets louder — and more congested. And soon, your poor brain and muscles have to expend a lot of precious energy just to block out all of that noise so they can get a little work done.
So now, you’re out of alignment — and also tired.
And even though you might not feel pain, your system is stressed — and things can start to get messy. Your nervous system can be taxed. Your immune system can be compromised. Your sleep can suffer. And overall, you’ll start to have less and less energy to do the basic things your body needs to do every day. Never mind trying to work or study or take care of a family.
Here’s what to do.
The good news is that the right people can help. It just takes looking at your motion and making some careful, focused adjustments. If we can eliminate the nervous system static caused by those subtle, improper movements, then your brain and muscles can communicate better.
Physically, you’ll move better. And mentally, you can focus on more important things (like taking a walk or dancing or dreaming up your next big business idea).