Improve your posture and health with 1 simple rule..
If you crash the barrier, meaning you go too hard and too fast, you can create injury and it puts your body in a state of shock and it becomes defensive.
You can determine how long you need massage versus just some arbitrary number that says one minute or five minutes.
Let’s discuss mindful movement. Now many of us, we typically take our body for granted and we’ll just fling it around throughout the day.
How do you determine, is it a pinched nerve that you’re feeling, or is it just a muscle that’s acting up?
The way we hold our bodies can influence not only how we feel, but actually influence us all the way to a hormonal level.
Many of us think after we heal and we have scar tissue, we’re good to go. We just move on with it.
So, what does it mean when you crack your joints?
So, what does a massage do? Many people out there know that common knowledge is if something hurts you start foam rolling it, you start massaging it. Many of us do not exactly know why that works. We just know it does. That is the beautiful thing about our body is that we do not have to understand how things work for us to get the benefit from it.
One of the most important things that needs to be addressed because it can be a huge cause of a lot of our pain, whether we realize it. A lot of it has to do with the positions that we’re in all night.
Why do I get hurt so much? This is a quite common question. Most people think, Oh, they’re just not coordinated, or they have bad genes or something along those lines. It is really important that we just don’t typically have pain for the sake of having pain or problems. It’s really, everything has cause and effect in our body.
Why does pain affect people differently? Now, this is very interesting, and this is where we get into the whole field of pain psychology. Now it’s very important to understand this key concept, to really determine how this affects you personally.
Why does it, my pain get better. This is a common question. I get asked by so many of my patients. Now the simple answer would be if you are not getting better, that means whatever’s causing your pain is still present.