KINESIOLOGY; What Kind of Natural Health Therapy Is It?

KINESIOLOGY; What Kind of Natural Health Therapy Is It?

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It is thought that the body 'knows' why it is ill and that this knowledge can be tested through muscle resistance. Sensitivities to food and toxicity levels within the body can also be tested for.

What is kinesiology?

Applied kinesiologists believe that the whole body is connected viaa complex network of pathways along which energy passes.

The muscles, glands, organs, lymphatic, circulatory and nervous system are all interconnected.

Because of this interconnectedness it is believed that the weakness or strength of certain muscles corresponds to particular body systems. 

When illness, injury or toxic overload occurs in any part of the body, the muscles have their energy circuit "turned off". 

Muscles are in a constant state of relaxation or contraction, yet when a muscle is weak its opposite muscle will become strained and tense in an effort to compensate for the weakened muscle. 

It is thought that by testing these muscles the practitioner is able to diagnose imbalances within the body. 

Main uses.  Allergy testing, toxic overload assessment. 

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