Understanding the State of Your Nervous System 2017

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Within the world of medicine it has been well understood for years that all diseases are classified into two categories: a state of under activity and/or a state of over activity.

Medicine’s traditional approach was to develop drugs that either jump started (stimulated) or slowed (depressed) the system to attempt a normal balance (homeostasis). This medical approach is still practiced today. We must consider that if the disease is a result of over or under arousal, and I believe it is, then “good health” must be a balanced state.

The Balanced State

A balanced state results in good health. In this balanced state a person would have: present time consciousness, good recovery ability, high energy, few symptoms, and resistance to infections, positive mental attitude, mental alertness and excellent health. This person looks younger than his/her years and remains active and vibrant. We can measure the vital signs of this state by the action of the normal physiological responses of your body. These measurements include heart rate, respiratory rate, hand temperatures, brain wave activity, and heart rate variability (ration between heart rhythm and respiratory rhythm and skin moisture).

So what if it isn’t normal?

This means that your system is working in a state of dis-ease. It cannot get along with all the activities and stresses in your life without consuming more energy than normal. Your system is now out of balance or stressed. There are four states of imbalance. These states are over-aroused, under-aroused, instable, and exhausted.

The Over-Aroused State

This state has high-energy demands. It is also the most common of the imbalanced systems as a result of the stressful lifestyle of the times. When stress is prolonged, the body’s responses stay in the high alert level longer than they were designed to, which creates damage to the system. The indications of a prolonged over-aroused nervous system are:

o Cold Hands,

o Tight Muscles,

o Grinding Teeth,

o Anxiety,

o Heart Palpitations,

o Restless Sleep,

o Poor Social Awareness,

o Poor Comprehension,

o Poor Expression of Emotion,

o Recurrent Infections,

o Multiple Competing Trains of Thought,

o High Blood Pressure,

o Accelerated Aging,

o Slowed Healing Responses,

o Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Remember now, every so-called “disease” is a result of either an over-stimulated or under-stimulated system! The signs and symptoms of this over-aroused state of the body are then grouped into various combinations and given the name of a specific disease (diagnosis). In truth, they are nothing more than manifestations of the system being out of balance in a prolonged over-aroused state. While it is true you can treat these symptoms with one form of care or another, drugs or surgery, the only question remains – by addressing the symptoms, are you doing anything to address the cause?

The Under-Aroused State

This state has “low energy” expressions. A classic example of an under stimulated nervous system is depression. It can be deceiving however, as in Attention Deficit Disorder, ADD. The misnomer of hyperactive on an ADD individual leads to a misunderstanding of the real problem. An ADD individual’s EEG, Electroencephalograph, does not demonstrate the over-aroused nervous system that one would expect from a hyper-active response pattern. It shows just the opposite. Their nervous response is just barely awake. The only method they know which will keep them awake and functioning is to keep moving and active. This is different than what we thought, isn’t it? The indications of an under-aroused nervous system are:

o ADD (including impulsivity, distraction and disorganization),

o Depression,

o Lack of Motivation,

o Poor Concentration,

o Spaced out,

o Hypoglycemia,

o Constipation,

o Low Pain Threshold,

o Difficulty Awakening,

o Cognitive Worry,

o Irritability,

o Incontinence, and

o Lack of Energy

Remember again, every so-called “disease” is a result of either an over-stimulated or under-stimulated system.

The Instable State

Here the view of the medical model of stimulate or depress treatment becomes out of date. While the concept is still valid, there is a twist in how it needs to be applied. The Instable State includes both over and under-aroused patterns plus adds a few of its own depending on its stage. This state exhibits a higher level of imbalance than either of the above and tends to move back and forth between over and under-arouse states. The system is now so stressed that any added stress creates havoc and the body’s reaction can swing wildly from over to under in a short period of time. This creates its own signs and symptoms beyond any of those found in the states above, which may include:

o Migraine Headaches,

o Seizures,

o Narcolepsy,

o Sleepwalking,

o Hot Flashes,

o PMS,

o Multiple Chemical Sensitivities,

o Bed Wetting,

o Eating Disorders,

o Bipolar Disorder,

o Mood Swings, and

o Panic Attacks

People with wide ranges of health challenges would fall into this state of imbalance.

The Exhausted State

This is the most dangerous of all. The system is now into chaos existence mode. It is so over-stressed that the body’s own systems are no longer able to work in harmony. This can be so severe that the body systems start attacking each other. Its own communication system is in such disarray that messages and responses no longer match. Unchecked it can lead to a life ending path. Health challenges include:

o All of those listed in Over-aroused

o Chronic Fatigue Syndrome,

o Epstein-Barr Syndrome,

o M.S.,

o Fibromyalgia, and

o Cancer.

Hurray!! You have made it to the solution from a genetically congruent Wellness point of view.

Neurologically Based Chiropractic (NBC)

The balanced-unbalanced system we are talking about is your wonderful Nervous System. It is the nervous system with which chiropractic works to restore your health. We can measure the state of your nervous system and show you why you are experiencing your health challenge. Once we have done that, then we can discuss your options, i.e. a program of care to help restore yourself to a normal health balance or recommend other options. If you feel you are in the instable group, it is very important that you tell your doctor.

This is not about treating a disease, as that is not what Chiropractors do. The intent of chiropractic is to help your nervous system return to a healthy balanced state, a state of ease and correct function by removing interference and retraining normal patterns of reaction to occur. Remember, your body does the healing. To date there isn’t one documented case where a doctor healed not even a fractured bone. Us doctors, guide, assist, recommend and facilitate our patients toward health. The individual, specifically the human body and its natural inner ability is what mends and heals the person.