Other areas of muscle try to compensate, resulting in myalgia of imbalance.
Your body becomes increasingly imbalanced and misaligned. Your posture is not good, which increases the stress on your body and makes you more prone to injury and further strain.
You experience pain.
The body stiffens over time as physical restrictions in connective tissues develop. Inflammation (in a response to injury, infection etc.) and as an adaptation for the lack of support that should be provided by the main muscles of movement. These restrictions reduce range of movement and generate widespread pain and weird sensations as they apply tensions throughout our body-wide web of connective tissues.
Damage stays with you rather than fully healing - 'stored trauma' on the body becoming chronic issues - if you do not return to physical alignment and a balanced body.
You may not realise how much movement you are missing or attribute it to getting older. The body is very adaptable, skipping over painful movements and restricted areas by adjusting your posture throughout your body.
As the body becomes more imbalanced and restricted an ever-growing list of symptoms and syndromes are experienced. Your 'individual trauma imprint' creates your unique list of symptoms.
These pains have many labels - fibromyalgia, restless leg syndrome, chondritis, and a myriad of other conditions but are due to inadequate use of the main muscles of movement and the resulting effects of the body not being balanced and aligned.
Chronic physical pain is detrimental to mental health. Stress, anxiety, depression. Self-doubt, feelings of hypochondria.
The more trauma you've suffered and the more active you've been stressing your body without the support of the main muscles of movement, the more damage will be stored on your body, so the clinical signs of dysfunction in the usage of your muscles will be noted at a younger age and progress at a faster rate.
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