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AlisaSophia
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Stress, age, trauma, shock, food intolerances, medication Arctic Blast and so on can rapidly deplete the body of the nutrition it needs to keep these naturally occurring inflammation chemicals at the correct level. When they go out of sync they will cause varying levels of mild to severe ongoing pain. The pain will occur at the weakest point in the body. For Pam this was her knee. There was actually nothing wrong with her knee, it was simply where the inflammation targeted. For you that could be your arm, your neck, your lower back.

Pain killers are not the answer...these only treat the symptoms(sometimes) other times they have little or no bearing at all on the pain levels. Long-term they burden the body and overload the liver as it has to constantly work at reducing the toxin levels in the body. When it has to do this at an overactive rate, you become tired, cranky, may experience difficulty sleeping, increasingly you will feel tired and exhausted all of the time, which in turn affects your motivation, your desire to get up and go and your social life suffers and the ability and will to exercise decreases. This in turn leads onto many other health implications. Kinesiology can get to the root of your pain, stop suffering today. Let's face it, modern medicine is far from perfect. Contrary to the omniscient image we like to project on it, the field is rife with fictions, fallacies, myths and outright fraud. The image is just an illusion. Ignorance and incompetence are as prevalent among medical practitioners as in any other field.


  Tuesday, February 5, 2019 at 1:52:03 AM

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