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Your internal resources
In our daily life, our bodies are increasingly under stress. Declared as a disease of the Western world by the WHO, stress in France could affect 4 million people; more than 500 000 French people consult their doctor for stress, nervousness or insomnia related problems.
Work, social pressure, increased activity, stress is everywhere and affects children, as well as adults and seniors. In small doses it is a stimulant that helps us to launch a new activity, to take part in a competition, or to adapt to an unforeseen event. It can therefore be beneficial for adapting to a new situation.
However, uncontrolled stress becomes harmful and can cause several types of psychological and physiological problems.
Today, it is considered that 'stress is the body’s reaction to any sudden or rapid change in the environment. "
It is an innate physiological means of defense against the positive and negative external stimuli, and also a reaction to physical, chemical or emotional attacks, be it of an acute or chronic type.
Stress allows the body to constantly adapt to its environment and gives it all the necessary energy to increase alertness, focus attention and prepare for action.
Facing a hostile environment, our body has to adapt or disappear. To this end, we activate primary survival systems to respond to any eventuality.
4 survival systems
The survival systems for us to be able to adapt are as follows:
• Eating: to absorb food sources, provide energy, get rid of metabolic waste and toxins.
• Breeding: to reproduce and perpetuate life.
• Fight or flee: to protect the body from danger or attack by preparing it to fight or flee.
• limbic or immune system: to organize the combination of cells, glands and organs, for the purpose of cohesion to maintain internal balance.
If these survival systems fail, then functional disorders will follow, and an imbalance between physical, metabolic and emotional functions will appear. A person under stress is locked into a state of fight which inevitably leads to physical consequences (muscle tension, pain ...), metabolic (digestive disorders, bloating, constipation, heart or vascular disorders, sleep disturbance, decreased libido) and emotional (irritability, anxiety, difficulty concentrating , depression ...)
The various ways to survive are found in the three phases of managing stress discovered by Dr. Hans Selye:
• Phase 1: Alarm reaction RA
This is the initial phase where the first reactions to stress appear. The body defense mechanisms will cause increased secretion of adrenal hormones, causing a rise in blood sugar, increased sweating, dilated pupils and slowed digestion. The body is then in a state of maximum alert.
• Phase 2: Resistance Stage ER
The body has adapted to stress and regulates the disturbances caused by the alarm reaction. But if the cause of stress continues, the body remains in a state of alert and can no longer compensate for the damage caused by this threat. It is locked into the struggle or resistance phase.
• Phase 3: Stage of exhaustion EE
The energy responses of the body are depleted; this over response undermines the integrity of the adrenal glands, compromises the immune system and alters the function of the digestive tract, which can lead to various illnesses. This is the phase called 'burn out'. To cope with stress, the body activates two main systems for the release of chemical mediators and hormones, the nervous system and the hormonal system (working with the pituitary and adrenal glands) All these mechanisms once activated are, at first, completely effective since they put the brain in a state of alertness and lucidity, and increase the available energy. The body is ready to react and fight.
But if the expected action by the brain is missing, which is the case for many people who work hard, or are subjected to intense pressure, not practicing regular physical activity or sport, the body remains frozen in this defensive state: the body is exhausted and some important disorders appear. And as Henri Laborit said: "The body is not a polyglot, it always responds with the same language to questions posed by the environment."
The principle of the CHIROLISTIC ® approach is to help the body to get out of a pattern of continuous struggle, which inevitably leads to physiological disorders at the emotional, metabolic and structural level. Through specific and personalised protocols, CHIROLISTIC ® evaluates and harmonises the physiology to enable the body to function at a more balanced level. The result is general wellbeing and greater resistance.
Our methods of analysis and our expertise.
Muscle testing from the PAK Professional Applied Kinesiology: ?By testing certain muscles of the body we can access specific information about the operation of the physiological and nervous system. This is a diagnostic and information tool which will also allow in time to control the evolution of the corrections. Balancing biochemical functions secondary to stress: ? by testing the body’s needs for vitamins, minerals and trace elements, we maximise the functions of the nervous and hormonal systems. The reflexology principle: ? our nervous system uses reflex mechanisms to communicate and ensure the good functioning of the body. We use these same reflexes to provide information or release tension. The Neurological Organization TON: ? Using reflex stimulation, we adjust and optimize the vital functions following a very specific protocol based on known neurophysiological sequences. The four survival systems which control our ability to adapt will be evaluated and maximised. The Neuro Emotional Technique NET: ? This approach can identify whether the body is locked into negative past experiences.? By normalizing the modes of physical and / or unresolved behavioral function, we eliminate the blockages in the process of balancing the body. NET uses spinal stimulation and acupuncture points in the corrections.
Implementation of the follow-up process: ? The objective of CHIROLISTIC® is to bring the body back to a balanced state providing wellbeing and performance. Once equilibrium is reached, individual monitoring is implemented based on the lifestyle and constraints of each individual, the aim being to keep the result achieved as long as possible.
Your well-being and health are directly related to the proper functioning of your nervous and hormonal systems