WHY do we have to listen to our body?
You’ve heard of trusting your gut? It’s good advice! So how do you know when your gut is talking to you?
How can you tell the difference between your intuition —the part of you that creates an avalanche of healthy and inspired acts—and the part of you thinking about how to find that part of you?
Stop thinking about it, for a moment. You need to get quiet. You need to get sensitive, to you.
That feeling in your body is where you’ll find your intuition, and your capability to act. You already know it’s not on your shelves of how-to books, or waiting for you in the next guru-convention. So it’s time to look somewhere else.
Your body is sending you messages, core, gut feelings, all the time. You don’t need to reason them, logic them, or intellectualize them. You just need to act on them.
Our Body was Designed to heal it self
It’s fascinating to know that the body has an incredible ability to heal and repair itself. When you skin your knee, for example, you get to witness the body’s healing process first hand: the body clotting, the formation of a scab, then blood vessels bringing oxygen for healing, and finally the formation of new skin. It’s frankly amazing how the body can heal itself without any help from the outside.
Health is achieved when the body is able to protect itself against imbalances, breakdowns, and foreign invaders. The human body has evolved powerful defense systems that help it maintain optimal physical, mental and emotional states. Research is revealing clear links between our innate health defense systems and specific foods that activate them
Our body is a self-healing organism. By bypassing its natural self-repair process and handing all your power over to a doctor, you might be ignoring the very thing you need to heal. This is not a revolutionary idea, So Have you learned that the body can heal itself?
What is and why use Microcurrent Electrical Neuromuscular Stimulation (MENS) to help heal our Body?
The body has a continual flow of resonating electrical impulses that transmit signals through living tissues, utilizing electrons, chemicals, and electromagnetic bonds. The body’s tissues are lined with water-hydrated matrixes that act as semiconductors to permit the transfer of electrons and communicate specific frequencies. Each cell, tissue, and organ has its own specific frequency that synchronizes its activity within the body.
Microcurrent is aligned to support the intricate biological and physiological phenomenon that has been exhibited throughout electrotherapeutics in clinical history – electricity will take path of least resistance as it flows through tissue.
Microcurrent utilizes micro-size, pulsating current at an ampere, one millionth of an amp, to resonate with the body’s own bio-electrical exchanges that take place at the cellular level. The majority of other types of electrical current stimulation devices (sinusoidal, faradic) bypasses cellular activity and focus primarily on tissue, fascia, and muscle. When microcurrent is applied, it triggers impulses to facilitate a chemical reaction to activate the release of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) at the cellular level.
Adenosine triphosphate is a high-energy molecule that is in the mitochondria of a cell is considered the “energy of life.” As adenosine triphosphate is collected and generated into muscle, it may use this energy to ‘communicate’ muscle re-education or other specific attributes from microcurrent.
Many of our first time patients at Advanced Pain Rehab are not aware of Voiula Method and Microcurrent therapy. Some have heard of us thanks to referrals of friends, some are diligently seeking alternative and holistic ways to feel better instead of using more traditional medicine practices, and some are at the end of their rope, ready to try anything to finally feel some relief. In any case, once a first time patient walks out of our clinic after a treatment, they know that the Voula Method and Microcurrent therapy gives them the chance at living a healthy life with less pain.
As Voila Method and Micro current therapy steps in and is applied to certain therapeutic points on the body, giving your muscles the chance to relax and your nervous system to calm down. The process also increases the production of endorphins, hormones that make you feel good and that are your body’s natural pain relievers.