LACK of Circulation
If one area is blocked, the next area will not recieve adequate FLOW of Nutrients
What needs to circulate?
SYSTEMS + Emotions
Organ System Defined
An organ system is a group of anatomical structures that work together to perform a specific function or task.
Although we learn about each organ system as a distinct entity, the functions of the body's organ systems overlap considerably, and your body could not function without the cooperation of all of its organ systems.
The human body is composed of 11 different organ systems.
The integumentary system includes your skin, hair, subcutaneous fat and nails. The integumentary system offers protection from the environment, provides form and individual recognition characteristics and aids in temperature and water regulation. Your skin is the site where Vitamin D is generated. The integument, or skin, also serves as an anchor for sensory receptors (which are part of the nervous system) that detect pain, cold, warmth and pressure.
The muscular system includes the skeletal muscles but excludes smooth and cardiac muscles, which are included in other organ systems. The muscular system provides locomotion and support, allows us to manipulate our surroundings and - due to its high metabolic activity - produces heat.
The skeletal system is composed of bones, joints, cartilage, ligaments and tendons. Your skeleton provides structural support and protection for your internal organs. In cooperation with your muscular system, your skeletal system participates in movement and locomotion. Your skeleton also serves as a reservoir for calcium, phosphorus, Magnesium and other minerals that are important in a wide array of physiological processes.
The nervous system includes the brain, spinal cord, autonomic and somatic nerves (i.e., involuntary and voluntary nerves) and all sensory organs, including those that serve vision, smell, sensation, balance, hearing and taste. Your nervous system coordinates your movements and controls your responses to both external and internal stimuli. It serves as the storehouse and processing center for memories, it regulates mood and it provides the mechanisms for social interaction and development.
The endocrine system is made up of glands that produce and secrete Hormones, chemical substances produced in the body that regulate the activity of cells or organs. These hormones regulate the body's growth, metabolism (the physical and chemical processes of the body), and sexual development and function. The hormones are released into the bloodstream and may affect one or several organs throughout the body.
Hormones are chemical messengers created by the body. They transfer information from one set of cells to another to coordinate the functions of different parts of the body.
Is a slow moving system.
'The lymphatic system has many functions and is an essential component of the body. First and foremost, its main function is to maintain fluid and protein balance within the body. This intricate system returns excess tissue fluid to the blood, and it absorbs fats and vitamins from the digestive tract to deliver them to the circulatory system. It also is most well-known for being part of the immune system, because it acts as a defense mechanism against invading microorganisms and disease.'
Urinary/Excretory, Reproductive + Digestive
Circulation Requires Warmth
You can think of your body in terms of electrical circuitry
What is the function of a circuit?
To Conduct Energy from A to B.
What does it require?
An Energy Source called a Battery.
This is what your muscles are - Recharagble batteries.
How do you charge them?
What does the circuit do with the battery energy?
It flows energy to the required place - in the case of the image below - the required place in the design is a lightbulb.
Below is an example of a circuit of your body - your Heart - a required place!
The heart follows electrical signals to move blood through the circulatory system.
ALL Systems are Inter-related.
CIRCUITS, circuits + More circuits...
What Needs to Flow Through Your Systems?
BLOOD | WATER | ELECTRICAL SIGNALS
What happens if there is a Break in the Circuit?
Voltage runs from the muscle battery out through the fascia to the organs.
On the way, each muscle battery pack or meridian runs through a specific tooth.
There are acupuncture meridian charts showing which meridian corresponds to which tooth (see below).
According to Dr Jerry Tennant, teeth act like circuit breakers, so if you have an infection in a tooth, it will lower the voltage, eventually turning the voltage off in that circuit.
When that happens, the organs powered by that particular circuit will begin to malfunction.
Other Breaks in the Circuit?
Scars + Adhesions + Broken Bones + Twists + Nerve Impingements
Ways To Divide The Fascia - a type of Connective Tissue
This Does Not have To Be A Grand Mystery People!
What Is Fascia?
This Is YOU
Under Your Skin - Is This.
You Are SO F*#n Beautiful!!!