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Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome Affects The Immune System

The basis of adrenal fatigue syndrome is Neurological however the immune system has three phases. One is the food digestive phase, Two, the repair and regrowth and the reproduction phase. Three the adrenal phase. All three have to be in sync. There are neuro reflexes located on parts of your body that require resetting in a very specific order. When that is done for your immune system it becomes alive again. However there are seven basic neuro reflexes on your head that require a reset first. This is to get the bio computer to integrate between the two hemispheres of the brain and get it functioning better. This stimulates the Limbic Brain that drives the process of the limbic system. In turn a cascading affect starts to happen allowing this part of your neurology to direct more of the chi energy to where it is needed. Up to this point your body is leaking energy in the form of stress and adrenal overload. FREE TIPS for Adrenal Fatigue


adrenal fatigue syndrome backpainWith most adrenal fatigue syndrome suffers there will be some back ache. This will range from mild to severe. Between the spinal vertebra nerve roots extend and spread to the various organs of digestion and other internal body functions.

When the Limbic System is out of balance there are Spinal fixations found at the transitional vertebra of 7C/1D, 12D/1L, 5L/1S and 1C/Occiput. These spinal involvements are known as the limbic fixations. Many years ago older Chiropractic practices took care of the whole body function including visceral organs, glandular endocrine system and immune system problems.

The Limbic immune system a combination of Systems
immune systemThe Limbic immune system is really a combination of Systems, which includes the immune response, where the body can very specifically recognize all of its own tissues and their various functions. If functioning properly it will attack and remove only organisms or materials which are not part of the family of cells making up the body as a whole.

The immune system is also involved in the continuous process of monitoring the various substances taken into the body. That is foods, water and air, which contain a multitude of foreign substances introduced to the body. These substances need to be neutralized if harmful and detoxified. They are either excreted or processed in various ways to be accepted by the body. Also the necessary substances can be used as raw materials for the production of energy and to supply various building blocks for the maintenance of the life processes.


The Limbic Immune System is also involved in the self-healing functions of repair, growth and reproduction of new cells. It is to maintain, protect and replenish the body itself. It is also involved in the controlled growth of new tissues as we grow. It replaces worn out and damaged tissues or cells, and to maintain a homeostasis in the internal environment in relation to the constant changes in its external environment.

This system, as with every other normally functioning system in the body, is under complete control of an intact and organized central nervous system. Sometimes something goes wrong with these systems harmonious and integrated function be it chemical, emotional or mental. The nervous system with the specific immune system neuro reflexes should be investigated as the first cause of adrenal fatigue problems.


Adrenal overloadThe third part of the immune system including the adrenal system, the lymphatic drainage system and the thyroid pituitary system is involved when there is adrenal insufficiency syndrome. If you have tight or sore arches of the feet in combination with tight calf muscles this is a sure sign of adrenal fatigue syndrome. This is where the adrenals get toned down. Because of tight muscles especially in the toes, feet and legs there are constant neurological messages to the brain to keep the adrenal mechanism switched on. This needs to be toned down to a normalizing function. This resets the whole process of normalizing this aspect of the endocrine system. There is another two systems that require addressing before the whole neurology comes back into homeostasis and your body and nervous system regains its vital life force. Up until now there has only been energy leakage.

Almost all believe that this survival system can somehow only be treated or influenced by forces outside the body. These outside forces may include various drug types, vitamins, minerals and other nutrient substances or a combination of the above.

The body is so designed that every malfunction of the ‘bodies neuro reflexes’ has a surface access in one way or another so that can be touched and treated in some way and ultimately made right if necessary.


Every system must work in harmony within the body with every other system. Each system and function in the body, works in a specific computer like program. When these programs get disorganised, due to stress overload and irritation that is either physical, chemical, emotional or mental, they can be re-organised through the body’s own neurological reflex monitoring mechanisms.

Every internal system program has a specific neurological language. This can be accessed by specific therapy localisation methods. These methods are through a specific muscle failure or a specific neuro reflex or a Meridian energy point. Because the body does work in a computer like fashion each treatment program is directed at one of these bodies programs and must be specifically therapy localised to open the neurological circuit. This gives the body specific knowledge in a prioritized order with instructions as to what you are doing to it and why you are doing it.


limbic systemThe Neural Organization Therapy protocols resets the neuro reflexes that caused adrenal fatigue syndrome which is a dis-organized nervous system in the first place. The fight/flight reflexes also associated with the adrenal reflex mechinism and the five senses of sound touch sight taste smell gets to be over stimulated with stress reaction. When there have been a significent stressful event or a build up of multiple stressors over many years, your stress bucket is full to over flowing so to speak. The Immune System neuro reflexes are in overload and shut down. This is why some people can take all the right supplimentation and good nutrition and still get little to no improvement. Neural Organization procotols identifies these stress out neuro reflexes with in the autonomic nervous system and has a special way to re-activate them and re-test them for stability. The immune system re-estabishes itself very quickly for it now has it electricial circuits back in operation. It is the electricial energy in the body that passes impulse messages from the brain to the various neurological systems that keeps you energized , functioning and healthy. You need to be aware of your various energy circuits and how to recharge them. Not everyone can find a N.O.T. practitioner so you sometimes have to take charge of your own affairs and there are other ways you can learn how to re-energize your nervous system and start getting your body and mind back to how you want it.

Sports Injury and Athletic Injury Prevention

To be an athlete requires one to continuously subject the body to arduous workouts and training sessions, strict dietary regimes and a disciplined mind in order to prepare the body for rigorous competitions. This is done as a means of ensuring that your performance is at its finest every time and to mitigate against athletic injury, such as fatigue while performing or any other trauma or endurence that can be sustained. This is no easy task by far. To perform at peak efficiency, fluidity with unimpaired movements consistently, requires an athlete’s muscles and other inner systems to be working in tandem and efficiently, if not, then the athlete will be subjected to endure bouts of sports injury that could have been prevented.

One of the many systems that athletes and their caregivers should pay particular attention to is that of the neurological system. This is so important, especially when there are neurological deficits from an old or pre-existing injury locked up in the Reactive Muscle System, the performance of the athlete will wane, leaving the athlete open to sustain sport injury to the muscles and other structural systems (for example the spine) within the body. This is of critical concern to the athlete in terms of performance and the longevity of their careers as neurological balance and integrity in the Reactive Muscle System play a key role in the level of their performance.

Reactive Muscle System And Sports Injury

The muscles of the body do not act independently; instead they form part of a Reactive Muscle System and so, if there is an imbalance within the system it can weaken the system significantly. So how does the Reactive Muscle System work? Think of gait reflex movement which refers to the manner or style of walking/running, or picture an athlete readying himself to run. The simple process of taking a step forward requires significant coordination between varying muscle bundles in the body, nervous system and brain; beginning with the motion of lifting your leg, pushing off with the foot, moving the arm, changing the position of your head and other associated actions, muscles which would be in opposition to this motion are deactivated to not inhibit the other muscles from working. This is done through a special intact reflex activity and control, which is an injury prevention technique and not only manages those muscles that are in motion yet also, returns the muscles to a neutral state or tone.

An imbalance, however, will result in the reflex activities and controls to breakdown, causing the occurrence of a hyper or tight muscle which would also have a hypo or weak muscle somewhere in normal reactivity. The hyper muscle is considered to be potentially weak as its muscle bundles are not going through the normal resting phases and so may be overworking due to its extended activation. On the other hand, a hypo muscle is considered to be weak from the start because it is mostly in a de-facilitated state. With the muscles not working in their normal regulatory manner of activation and deactivation, this leaves an athlete susceptible to the onset of fatigue and increases the likelihood of a sports injury. Additionally, there is a loss of joint stability which further affects the gait reflex movement, which if not corrected by resuming the neurological balance within the system, will ultimately affect the performance of the athlete. Nonetheless, athletic injury can be abated once athletes are given the necessary care that is required, which is the aim of Neural Organisation Therapy.

Managing Sports Injury And Injury Prevention Using Neural Organisation Therapy

Neural Organisation Therapy also referred to as NOT, and is not merely a technique on how to maintain a healthy neurological balance or on how to restore balance amongst the varying neurological systems of the body yet also, a philosophy. The philosophy adopts the ideology that the body was designed with characteristics which are innate to ensure its survival, even in the most hostile situations or environments. These innate or most primitive of human characteristics are survival mechanisms that are genetically organised in a manner much likened to a computer program and so, the reflex systems of Feeding, Fight/Flight and Reproduction are vital to our survival and this is your premium starting point for your Sports Injury Treatment to get maximum performance out of your body to ensure injury prevention.

Anything that happens to the body in its bid to survive will include at least one of the primary neurological systems directly and another indirectly. For instance, the Limbic System is a combination of the immune, repair and growth and (cellular) reproduction systems, which brings the three primary systems together in a cohesive life force. As demonstrated before we see where the body consist of neurological systems building on top of other systems, and so, this is further controlled by the Nervous System, which monitors these mechanisms, dealing with them as necessary and when needed, constructs compensatory functions to survive. What we want here is injury prevention.

The Athlete and the Primary Reflex Systems

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