Thursday, January 15, 2009

Systemic Vs. Pathologic (A study in observaton)

(This is an example of a doctorate essay submission to enlighten and inform. Enjoy)

In this study of human function, a constant reminder that with the frailty of living beings, there is a constant growing and changing, even in old age. With further studies of Systemic and Pathological conditions, there will be better treatments leading to quicker recoveries. The double-helix structure of our source code and relative patterns of proteinic collaboration are so complex that it takes decades for us to map and provide some understanding of the patterns of our genetic makeup. In turn, we have better understanding of relations with portions of our source code in conjunction with our bodies. An understanding of the source of systemic and pathological problems, would in turn also follow this intensive research. If you would, take a string and spin it counter-clockwise until it forms a few breaks and segments in the air. This would show you the progression of a systemic problem, since the implosion of the system would cause outward breaks resulting in spurs in the DNA. Now, take that same string and spin it the other way, clockwise, and you will see what occurs in DNA when there is an exploding string of proteins. This would describe a pathologic problem. The degeneration, although much slower in actual life terms, would be shown as something caused by a release of the strands of proteins outwardly, not as the spurs as in the first example. If you need another type of experiment to further describe such occurrences in human diagnoses and prognosis, find a spring that is tightly wound and of course flexible. You can picture this object without actually grasping it with your hands if you would like. Turn the spring so that it expands outwardly. This would describe a pathologic condition. Now, turn the spring so that it becomes more compressed and smaller. This would describe a systemic condition.

The next portion of this study of human function would be the resulting effects of such conditions applied on a real-life scale. Upon studying the human body for years upon years, the resulting data shows that the whole body will also show signs of systemic or pathological conditions. Torsion in relation to the spine would define better what a long term condition may have produced. Gradual or overt torsion towards the right or counter-clockwise, would be defined as a long term effect of a systemic condition. Conversely, gradual torsion towards the left or clockwise, would be defined as a long term effect of a pathological condition. When you are sitting and feeling uncomfortable in your seat, you may notice an involuntary response to turn either one way or the other. Believe it or not, your body is involuntarily attempting to tell you this information. You would never know this unless you read this article, and now that you know the differences in what the body is trying to tell you, you can know what exactly is the nature of your problems in your body. It is a challenge to find a happy medium when it comes to being a balanced healthy individual, but with a little training, you can read your bodies involuntary responses to better understand what messages are actually being sent.

If you start with the basics, you can better read your body's messages. Try this. If you stand in one place, as straight as you can of course, your body will start telling you what it knows. You may notice that there is a slight lean, or turning of your body. Your auto-response system being new to your consciencious awareness will be full of input. Interpretation of this input is up to you. How far you take your interpretation of what your body is trying to tell you is really only up to you. Next, try leaning forward. Your responses will be much more defined if you lean forward will they not? Notice any turning automatically. You may find that your body is attempting to tell you that you are rotating this way, or that way. Now that you understand that propensity, you can align yourself. Your body is involuntarily working all the time, so you should learn to benefit from your own body's intelligence. More advanced applications of this technique will include extending the arms out, lunging forward or sideways, or leaning to one side or the other. It's really up to you how you communicate with your body, but since your body is actually very intelligently working for you, take advantage of this fact. Only you can really talk to yourself and actually benefit from a conversation like this. Good luck in your quest to understand your body because after all, It is your best asset.

Bruce W. Raulston

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