Click here if you want to hear by voice
Depression, anxiety, and panic disorder are not illnesses.
Even if you go to the hospital and have a test with this symptom, most people
“There was no problem with the inspection.”
Is just said.
There must be quite a few people who feel frustrated when they say that.
“I’m spicy ?!”
“No one understands !!”
In modern medicine, “Is it sick? Isn’t it sick?” Is the most important judgment.
And if the test results are okay, there is nothing to do at the hospital.
Still, kind hospitals offer stabilizers and anxiolytics, which help improve symptoms.
What kind of effect it has is that it “makes it hard to heal.”
Taking stabilizers and anxiolytics will calm your anxiety.
And when the effect of the medicine is exhausted, I become anxious again.
The point is that it has not been cured.
It hasn’t been cured, but it makes you feel uneasy on the spot.
For example, let’s say that the point where anxiety rises is 100 points.
I don’t feel uneasy up to 99 points.
When I reach 101 points, I feel uneasy.
Stabilizers and anxiolytics do not lower this 101 points, but raise the borderline of 100 points to make them feel less than 110 points.
However, if you continue to live the same life, you will eventually exceed 110 points.
Then, the hospital prescribes a medicine that is stronger than that medicine and makes you feel that you will not reach 120 points this time.
If you keep doing that, in the end
“I can’t give you a stronger drug anymore.”
Even if you do this, it will only extend the painful period.
You can take medicine, but if you don’t take action to improve it in the meantime, the problem will not be solved.
Lifestyle-related diseases are all about autonomic imbalance
Depression, anxiety, and panic disorder are autonomic imbalances.
All autonomic imbalances come from lifestyle-related habits.
Not only depression, anxiety and panic disorder, but also headache, dizziness, loss of appetite and reflux esophagitis.
Diabetes and high blood pressure are said to be lifestyle-related diseases.
In order to improve these, we have to change our lifestyle to some extent.
You have to change your food and exercise habits.
So what are the habits of improving autonomic imbalance?
Have a good posture
The autonomic nerves are in the spine.
If you straighten your spine by taking a good posture, the autonomic nerves inside will also work well.
By doing so, the autonomic nerves of the heart will improve and the palpitation will heal, the autonomic nerves of the gastrointestinal tract will improve and the appetite will come out, and various good things will happen one after another.
“Why does that cure you?”
“What is the reason?”
You don’t have to think about it.
Do you know the theory that wounds heal?
“Sure, platelets stick to the bleeding area …”
Even if you don’t know what it is, if you leave it alone, it will be fixed before you know it, right?
The autonomic nerve is the same.
You don’t have to know how to fix it.
If you just want to heal
“Straighten your spine!”
Here’s how to take a good posture.
How to take a good posture
Place your palm on your hips.
Bend the spine by squeezing the muscles on either side of the spine just above the palm of your hand (I think your spine is probably protruding, but this spine is inherently warped. It is).
Keeping good posture and correcting the spine will improve autonomic imbalance in the shortest possible time.