Do you have trouble following directions? Overly clumsy? Suffer from quick temper or mood changes, or have learning difficulties. Then you may be “switched” or have a problem with neurological organization which can be fixed with Applied Kinesiology.
What is switching?
Basically the nervous system has two functions: to receive information and to transmit information. Switching seems to be due to a functional error in information processing.
Improper transmission from sensory receptors (information from outside to brain) causes the Central Nervous System(our brain and spinal cord) to create inappropriate strengthening and weakening of the muscles and formation of incorrect neural patterns and responses.
Neurological disorganization or switching essentially is the body’s response to a stimulus overload – Physical, Psychological or Nutritional / Chemical.
How would you know if you were “switched.”
a) You have trouble following directions: for example, a massage person asks you to lie face up and you go face down.
b) Complaints of brain fog, reading difficulties, falling asleep, learning disabilities, mood changes, confusion, emotional fragility or quick temper or jet lag that just will not go away no matter what you do.
c) You may have been diagnosed with ADD or ADHD
d) Uncoordinated or clumsy movement or walking, for example, you are constantly tripping over the crack in the sidewalk that is not there.
e) You have problems w/ balance or you have cranial faults or thyroid problems that recur.
f) You have problems raising your left shoulder but the pain is in your right shoulder.
What could have caused the “switching.”
a) Your parents encouraged you as an infant to walk before you had efficient bilateral function as in cross crawling on the floor.
b) You are constantly on exercise machines that do not repeat the natural cross pattern of the body that is when left leg goes forward, the rt. arm moves forward, etc.
c) You do (or have done in the past) a lot of recreational drugs.
d) You may have eaten food additives or any noxious stimuli, refined sugars, or experienced environmental or chemical toxicity.
e) You may have nutrition deficiencies: Vitamin A, iron, folic acid, copper, choline, RNA, water.
What you can do to correct it:
a) Reducing the stressors such as recreational drugs or food additives for example will often self-correct the disorganization pattern.
b) On occasion, it needs to be addressed directly correction of Acupressure-pts – K27, GV 27, CV 24 or checking for Ocular Locking – diminished eye coordination or correcting the Cranial respiratory mechanism This is done by an Applied Kinesiologist.
c) You can correct the nutritional deficiency.
d) Do exercises such as cross crawl, balance board, cross country machines, certain martial arts movements that repeat the natural cross pattern of the body that is when left leg goes forward, the rt. arm moves forward, etc.