Step 3 Understanding Fascia

Remember to first consult your doctor before following the program and this program is not a substitute for health care. 

When you look at the fascia videos below, remember that fascia is involved in every part of your body. Bladder. Bowel. Chest wall. Lungs. Face. Everywhere. The second video explains inside fascia and the first video focuses more on pain. 

We have injuries happening in our bodies all the time without us knowing it. Maybe we’re not sitting in the correct posture and our muscles will start to complain. Maybe we’ve had too much sugar and that toxin is causing damage in our tissues. (Diabetics have far more tendon problems than people who don’t have diabetes). Maybe we’ve had too much alcohol or any other toxin – This all produces damage to our bodies and our bodies can feel pain. It doesn’t have to be a specific muscle injury. If the toxin is there too long, it affects your fascia. 

Small Steps to Pain Improvement Starts with healing Fascia. Massage therapists, Physiotherapists and other healers have known this for years.

I created the video below to explain fascia as involving all organs.

Dr. Gill Headley says it best: Careful – Graphic Video

This video below explains why it is so important to stretch. If you have a chronic pain problem, your fascia is more sticky and you will need to stretch even every 30- 60 minutes in the beginning until your fascia heals. Even one minute of stretching can make a difference and you can do it at your desk or even while in a shopping line – start a trend and have yoga in your grocery store.

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The Limbic System, if overactive, can cause inflammation and diseased fascia. 

Problems with fascia cause fibromyalgia with or without chronic pain. Fascia is in your bowels and your bladder and you can have irritable bowel disease and bladder problems. Men tend to get prostate inflammation with fibromyalgia.