What is an autonomic nervous system?
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What is the autonomic nervous system?
when you search on the internet
“It consists of the sympathetic and parasympathetic nerves.”
“I can’t move consciously”
etc. will be searched.
What am I autonomic nerves? to answer the question of
“Master of Great Bodies”
“It’s not calm with a ruler.”
You might think that.
However, it is the muscle that can be consciously moved in our body.
Muscles differ by gender and age, but the ratio is about 30% of the whole body.
This means that we can only control 30% of our own bodies.
Others cannot be consciously controlled.
It is the autonomic nervous system that controls the uncontrollable parts.
Blood pressure, blood flow, pulse, digestion, absorption, cell synthesis, hormone secretion, respiration, etc.
The autonomic nerves process these things that we need to live every day.
What would happen if the autonomic nervous system stopped working?
You won’t be able to live even one day.
Well, unless you have a spinal cord injury in a traffic accident or something like that, it won’t happen.
However, although it is rare that the autonomic nerves do not work at all, it is not uncommon for the function of the autonomic nerves to weaken.
A condition in which the function of the autonomic nervous system is weakened is called autonomic imbalance.
Autonomic imbalance impairs heart function, gastrointestinal function, cell synthesis, and hormone secretion.
As a result, palpitations, panic disorder, indigestion, reflux esophagitis, worsening atopic dermatitis, insomnia, and depression. ,,,,
You will suffer from all sorts of troubles.
That’s how bad the autonomic nerve affects your current physical condition.
Because the autonomic nervous system is the great ruler of your body.
So, what should we do to complete the control of the autonomic nerve, the great ruler?
For that reason, you should know how to trim the autonomic nerve first.
As a way to regulate the autonomic nervous system
etc. is common.
my recommendation is
to adjust one’s posture
“You say that adjusting your posture is adjusting your autonomic nerves?”
“I’ve never heard of such a thing!”
I think most people would say that.
The reason is that it is not broadcast on TV information programs.
More or less, television broadcasts money-related things.
“If you want to be like this, buy this”
There are many things to say.
How about adjusting your posture?
Basic posture does not cost anything.
That’s why I don’t tell you to fix your posture in any program.
But once you know where your autonomic nerves are, you can understand the importance of posture.
Autonomic nerves are located in the spine.
Correcting your posture and keeping your spine in good condition directly leads to regulating your autonomic nerves.
It is highly recommended that you spend your time with good posture.
Place your palms on your waist.
Tighten the muscles on both sides of the spine just above the palm and arch the spine (I think this spine of yours is probably sticking out, but this spine is originally curved. there is).