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Your life, and your body, is full of stress—stuck stress. You know this already, because you have seen firsthand how stress has manifested in your body. The impulse, when you understand this, is to try to reduce, eliminate, combat, or manage stress in your life. But this doesn’t work—you know that. Now you are going to learn that the key to getting rid of pain and fatigue lies in a different direction. At the core of your recovery is the ability to rid your body of stuck stress.

It doesn’t matter how or why the stuck stress got there. Repetitive movements and postures, anxiety, poor sleep or diet, sedentary lifestyle, or life circumstances such as aging, trauma, pregnancy, and surgery all have the same effect on the neurofascial system: the accumulation of stuck stress. When stress accumulation occurs, your neurofascial system gets knocked out of the efficiency zone, and your whole body becomes inefficient in seemingly undetectable ways. Over time the daily repair and healing that occurs primarily while you sleep declines. You may have no idea that your body is operating inefficiently until you notice a symptom.

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I have found that before pain, symptoms, or even whole body inefficiency occurs, there are four systemic effects of the accumulation of stuck stress in your neurofascial system.

Connective Tissue Dehydration: Pockets or areas of dehydration in joints or regions of the body

Compression: A loss of joint space in the neck and/or low back

NeuroCore Imbalance: Imbalance in the mechanism of the NeuroCore, which is responsible for whole body stabilization and grounding and for the protection of vital organs

Faulty Body Sense: Inaccurate signaling in your involuntary body-wide communication system, or what I call Body Sense, which is required for efficient movement and balance.

The consequence is that your whole body becomes inefficient, which interferes with your body’s ability to repair, adjust, and heal on a daily basis. This inability to repair is what fundamentally causes symptoms to appear.

Symptoms may include:

• Stiffness and achiness upon rising

• Inflammation

• Trouble sleeping


• Extra weight

• Lack of energy

• Stress injuries

• Joint pain or swelling

• Headaches

• Bloating

• Poor digestion

• Wrinkles

• Cellulite

• Being prone to accidents

• Poor posture

• Poor balance

• Protruding low belly

• Uncoordinated movement

• Difficulty sitting for long periods

• Fidgetiness

• Leg cramps

• Restless legs

• Stiff, tight muscles

• Loose, hypermobile joints

• Brain fog

• Anxiety

• Depression

• Concentration issues

• Mood swings

If you recognize any of these symptoms, I want you to start looking at them in a new way. Your symptoms are a signal that stuck stress has accumulated, and your body is operating inefficiently. Symptoms that may seem unrelated—such as constipation, back pain, and headaches—are all connected by their underlying cause: stuck stress. When you address the accumulation of stuck stress, your symptoms will improve or go away.

You can’t just exercise, diet, supplement, meditate, surgically repair, or medicate yourself and then become pain or symptom-free. Focusing on masking your pain or curing your symptoms provides only short-term relief, further exhausts your body, and causes more stuck stress to accumulate. I want you to shift your focus away from pain and any other symptoms you’re experiencing.Your body’s daily repair and healing mechanisms will be able to make long-term improvements to your chronic pain and other symptoms in ways that were not possible before.

About Author : Dennis is a free-lancer writer that loves to write healthy tips to help you.
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