Is Stress Backing Up Your Nervous System?

Is Stress Backing Up Your Nervous System?

Neuroscience doesn’t have to be super complicated.

For instance, here’s a principle you should remember: chronic pain can develop in nervous systems that get backed up.

What do I mean by “backed up?”

Imagine we rolled up all the nerves in a healthy, pain-free person’s body.

Let’s say that roll of nerves could be housed in a basketball.

Most of us aren’t walking around with basketballs anymore.

We’re walking around with refrigerators.

We get stressed out by what we see on the news, our money troubles, list goes on and on.

Every time we feel stress, we inhibit our nerves a bit more—block them so we can’t take in more stimulation.

Is Stress Backing Up Your Nervous System?

Then the pain sets in.

How our bodies react to injury or discomfort by detouring muscular function to offset mobility away from affected areas.

Learn about how muscle memory can be our best friend when we’re learning to perfect our golf or baseball swing.

How it can be our worst enemy when, three or four weeks out from an injury, our nervous systems normalize a pattern that was only meant to be short term?

The method I’ve developed bears this in mind when I treat patients for TMJ or headaches.

For which I have a 98% success rate.

How do I do it?

I’ve carefully studied the neuroscience. I know how the human nervous system works, and how to reset it after an injury.

My name is Paul Ruth from Mojo Physio in Scottsdale, Arizona.

If you suffer from TMJ or headaches, give me a call. It would be my pleasure to help you.

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