Zone 5 This zone is responsible for keeping you upright and moving; its organs include 637 muscles, tendons, joints, ligaments and bones.
When working properly this zone replaces and heals the muscle and skeletal cells for you, so you have a new musculoskeletal system every 7 years. When it comes to muscles, it’s all about tone.
The perfect tone is like a correctly tuned violin string, not too tight or too loose. When the muscular zone is balanced, the muscles become the perfect tone. Most people neglect to exercise or move their bodies, creating an unhealthy muscular zone.
A disturbance in the muscular zone can create chronic pain and stiffness in joints, asymmetry in the musculature, atrophy/weakness in muscles and/or spasmed/overworked muscles. Accidents, falls, or physical traumas also cause an improper nerve supply to your muscles and joints.
These muscles, which enable voluntary movement, form the most visible component of our muscular system. Inference in the spine, intimately linked with Zone 5, can cause these muscles to tense up or become weak.
Through carefully administered Zone 5 adjustments, we aim to rectify these disruptions, improving skeletal muscle function.
Found in our internal organs, these muscles manage involuntary movements such as food propulsion in the digestive tract. Interference, particularly in the thoracic and lumbar regions, can impair smooth muscle function.
Adjustments within Zone 5 can increase the signals/nerve flow to promote healthier smooth muscle function.
This unique muscle found only in the heart, works tirelessly to pump blood throughout our bodies. Inference in the upper thoracic spine can affect cardiac muscle function. Zone 5 adjustments reconnect the signal to promote a healthier heart function.
Zone 5 is more than just a symbolic representation of these muscles; it encapsulates our entire muscular system, diligently working to facilitate movement and provide structural support.
Spinal interference can hamper these essential functions, leading to muscle tension, discomfort, and mobility issues. Zone 5 balancing is geared towards addressing these inferences by promoting optimal functioning of the muscular system as a whole.
Balancing the signals from the brain to the muscular system will increase healing, movement, flexibility, suppleness, power and strength to all the muscles, tendons and ligaments of the body, enhancing the harmony of the muscular system and contributing to our overall health and vitality.
In our next post in this series, we will be unveiling Zone 6 – the Circulatory System.