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Balance

Balance [bal-uh ns]

 

Noun: a state of bodily equilibrium

Verb: to arrange, adjust, or proportion the parts of symmetrically

The human body is capable of healing itself through physical fitness, posture, proper nutrition and mental wellbeing. The human body is a “machine,” a perfect collaboration of cells, grouped together for their various functions – lungs to breath, stomach to fuel, intestines to digest food and so on. The body is complex, adapted to be resistant to many challenges it might face.

All systems interconnect like a clock, with different wheels working together to create a system that manages time. Our bodies are similar and once one gear is out of synch, our system is delayed and there are kinks in our processes.

Balance is achieved through the strategies proposed by PIDDDS, allowing your internal balance to be synchronized with the changes in your external environment.

The food you eat to nourish your body, based on your physical activities or condition, fuels the body’s systems and transmits power to the muscles, organs and skin.

The spine is the axis of the body and the core of the central nervous system (CNS). It is possible that the backbone can have curvatures, which can disturb the CNS, creating inconsistencies and malfunctions. These can manifest into a variety of physical imbalances, including back or sciatica pain, scoliosis, migraines, hip problems, arthritis…

 

 

The science behind balance

 

“Throughout my research experience in the field of molecular biology, I was always fascinated when observing how a simple cell could represent the functions of the most complex living things, their relationship with the external environment and its own internal balance…”

– Sandra Giancola Fabre

If any one cell is disturbed, the whole system becomes off kilter and the cell dies. The human body works the same as an individual cell, but on a larger scale. Thanks to the compartmentalization of functions, and the sheer number of cells in our system, we are able to develop different solutions to combat the diseases and risks associated with our bodies’ imbalances.

Unfortunately, however, the circulatory, lymphatic, central nervous and respiratory systems cannot work in tandem with outside elements. Internal blockages can then occur, which are influenced by external elements, disrupting the body’s natural state of balance.

These imbalances can be generated from as early as gestation in the womb and birth or be developed throughout life experience, such as childhood physical shock, intense emotional shock, stress, improper nutrition, and more.

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