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How would you feel if you were told that heart palpitations, anxiety, and panic attacks are all caused by the same thing?
“Palpitations are treated by cardiology departments, and anxiety and panic disorder are treated by psychosomatic medicine departments, so there are different causes for each, right?”
Western medicine treats each disease differently.
In the case of palpitations, the first thing to do is to take an electrocardiogram to see if there is a problem with the heart.
Any problems will be treated accordingly.
Anxiety and panic disorders are treated with counseling, tranquilizers, and anti-anxiety medications.
I would like to ask you if you are suffering from palpitations, anxiety, or panic disorder.
Did that cure you?
“I feel good when the medicine is working, but it doesn’t change much…”
“I still have heart palpitations…”
That is right.
Palpitations, anxiety, and panic attacks are not easily cured.
Many people continue to take drugs for a long time.
The reason for this is that the root cause is misunderstood.
Heart palpitations, anxiety, and panic disorder are thought to be mental illnesses, but they are not.
Palpitations, anxiety, and panic disorder
Cardiac autonomic neuropathy.
As you know, the heart is driven by the autonomic nervous system.
When the autonomic nervous system weakens, the function of the heart also decreases.
Here’s how heart palpitations, anxiety, and panic disorder are related.
The function of the autonomic nervous system of the heart is weakened.
I have palpitations.
When the heart palpitates, one begins to feel “anxiety of death.”
It creates a vague sense of unease.
When mental tension and physical discomfort are combined there, a panic attack occurs and becomes a panic disorder.
That’s what it means.
Anxiety and panic attacks come from heart palpitations.
Therefore, preventing palpitations is necessary for the treatment of anxiety and panic disorders.
So how can we treat palpitations?
As mentioned above, palpitations occur because the autonomic nerves of the heart have weakened.
Then why did the autonomic nervous system of the heart become weak?
Do you know where the heart’s autonomic nerves are located?
it’s in the spine.
It can also be said that the spine = autonomic nerves.
When the spine is distorted, the autonomic nerve inside is also affected and worsens.
“Then correct the spine?”
It works, but it’s not a perfect solution.
Why do you think your spine is crooked?
It’s because you have bad posture.
If you live with good posture, you won’t get palpitations.
If you can continue without palpitations for a long time, your anxiety will disappear.
And eventually the panic attacks will go away.
Place the back of your hand on your waist.
Tighten the muscles on both sides of the spine just above the back of the hand and arch the spine. there is).
“Is it okay if I don’t puff out my chest?”
Yes, please don’t push yourself.
Pushing your chest out can make things worse.
Specialized in depression and autonomic imbalance
Autonomic nerve specialist Nobuhiro Miyajima
Nishifuna Reset Manipulative Clinic
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