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What is Zone 3 – the Nervous System

Each of the body’s magical zones detailed and explained. In the last post, we uncovered the Elimination system. Today we will be going over Zone 3, the Nervous system, the body’s master control centre.

The Nervous System is the Body’s motorway of Communication. Often compared to an expansive, complex electrical circuit, ensures seamless communication within our bodies at lightning speed. 

This zone consists of 45 miles of nerves and is considered the master balancer of your body. The nervous system consists of the brain, spinal cord, and nerves that branch out to every corner of our body, carrying vital messages that dictate our body’s responses and functions from the blink of an eye to the beat of our heart. 

The nervous system is controlled by the hemispheres of the cerebrum which is where our thoughts and emotions come from. The nervous system is made up of the nerve cells and fibres which connect throughout the entire body. 

It normally switches you “off” and “on”. It allows you to relax, digest food, and sleep well at night; at the same time, it gets you up in the morning refreshed, energised and ready for action.  Many people are stuck in an “on” or “off” state due to their lifestyle, and many doctors call this depression or anxiety. 

This causes an overload of stress to your nervous system. Just like the electricity in your house, when there is an overload the fuses burn out.  When your nerve zone “burns out”, you have low energy and lose your drive for life. Lack of sleep, poor diet, too little exercise and prolonged emotional stress can all wreak havoc on the nervous zone. 

A balanced nerve zone will adapt to all this, putting the body in a relaxed and happy state of ease.

The Triad of the Nervous System 

The Brain and Spinal Cord

Nestled within the safety of the skull and the vertebral column, respectively, the brain and spinal cord form the central nervous system. This command centre orchestrates our body’s functions and responses. 

Interference, particularly in the cervical spine, closely linked to Zone 3, can potentially impair this central control unit. Through carefully directed Zone 3 adjustments, we rectify these disruptions and boost the function of the central nervous system.

The Peripheral Nerves

These nerves, sprawling from the spinal cord, convey messages between the central nervous system and the rest of the body. These nerves go all the way to the tips of your finger and down all the way to your toes – sprouting into every muscle of the body. 

Disruptions in the spinal health can impact these crucial communication lines, affecting our body’s responses and functions. 

Adjustments within Zone 3 remove these interferences and promote healthier nerve function.

The Autonomic Nervous System

This system, comprising the sympathetic and parasympathetic divisions, silently regulates our involuntary functions, such as heartbeat, digestion, and breathing. 

Stress in the spine, especially in the thoracic and lumbar regions, can potentially affect these essential functions. Zone 3 adjustments are designed to restore these areas, enhancing autonomic nervous system performance.

Zone 3 – The Realm of Neurological Harmony 

Zone 3 encapsulates the entire nervous system, continuously working to maintain harmonious communication within our body and adaptation to the outside world. 

Spinal interference in their corresponding regions can impede these critical communication pathways, potentially leading to functional disturbances. Adjustments within Zone 3 is focused on addressing these stresses, promoting optimal functioning of the nervous system as a whole.

Concluding Notes: Zone 3 Unveiled 

In conclusion, Zone 3, the Nervous System, is a sprawling network of nerves responsible for maintaining seamless communication within our bodies. 

The dedicated adjustments within this zone aim to correct spinal interference, facilitating the optimal operation of the nervous system.

By rectifying spinal interference, we do more than restore our body’s structural integrity; we enhance our body’s intrinsic communication pathways, fostering our overall well-being and allowing us to function at our fullest potential. 

Adjusting the nerve supply to the central nervous system will enable you to recover from nerve-related pain such as headaches, sciatica and tingling, improved senses such as sight and hearing, better mood, improved sleep and relaxation. 

In our next post in this series, we will be unveiling Zone 4 – the Digestive System.

Josh Wymer

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