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Autonomic dysfunction is a condition in which the autonomic nerves are out of balance and dysfunctional.
It is not ill, but it can lay the groundwork for illness.
What is the balance of the autonomic nerves?
The autonomic nerve consists of two parts, the sympathetic nerve and the parasympathetic nerve.
The sympathetic nerve becomes active when working or exercising.
The parasympathetic nerves become active when you relax or sleep.
If these two autonomic nerves are balanced, we can live a healthy life.
Modern society is called “stress society” anyway.
Therefore, many people have a dominant sympathetic nerve.
Therefore, there are many ways to make the parasympathetic nerve dominant.
Stretching, yoga, breathing, bathing, etc.
Many of these health practices are aimed at how to raise the parasympathetic nerves.
However, even if a person who is vulnerable to stress practices various health methods and the parasympathetic nerve is in a dominant state, it does not easily become stress-resistant.
This is because we are trying to balance the autonomic nerves while the swing width of the autonomic nerves is small.
What I mean is that the sympathetic nerve and the parasympathetic nerve have a pendulum relationship.
The pendulum swings alternately from side to side.
If you swing to the right, you can swing to the left as much.
The same is true for the sympathetic and parasympathetic nerves.
When the sympathetic nerve becomes dominant, the parasympathetic nerve becomes dominant later.
If the pendulum swings to the right, it will swing to the left.
In the same way, if the sympathetic nerve becomes dominant, the parasympathetic nerve also becomes greatly dominant.
Most people live with a small pendulum swing.
The sympathetic nerve is also weak, and the parasympathetic nerve is also weak.
That’s why even a little stress can’t stand it.
In order to be more resistant to stress, if you increase your sympathetic nerves during the day, you can increase your parasympathetic nerves by yoga or breathing.
By doing so, you will be more resistant to stress.
“I think my sympathetic nerves are getting stronger because I’m nervous at work during the day, but …”
Certainly, the sympathetic nerves are dominant during work.
However, in ancient times, the sympathetic nerve was superior to speeding up the heartbeat and making it easier to move when hunting, and to prevent the weapon from slipping due to sweating. is.
In other words, it is the “nerve that moves the body.”
It is the sympathetic nerve that raises the pulse, raises blood pressure, and raises body temperature.
Let’s move our body!
Anything is fine.
Go to the gym, get off in front of one station, walk, do muscle training at home, go jogging.
Doing so will increase your sympathetic nerves more than when you are sitting and working.
After that, the parasympathetic nerves will increase by stretching or soaking in the bathtub.
Since the sympathetic nerve is also high and the parasympathetic nerve is also high, it becomes possible to balance in a stress-resistant state.
You will find it more calm than usual.
Since the autonomic nerve is the spine, it is recommended that you first correct the spine.
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