Relieve Stroke Caused by Stress:
A Home-Cure for Your Brain… in the guise of A 1000-year old piece of furniture…
Whether you’re suffering from a heart attack, or a stroke, or Alzheimer’s Disease, or any other neurological disease for that matter….
here’s an effective remedy for you! Rock yourself in a rocking chair!
Mums have been rocking their babies to sleep for centuries. The action calms and soothes babies and they fall asleep, gurgling with pleasure.
Rocking soothes your nervous system. So when you’re under stress, here’s what you do: get on a rocking chair and rock yourself.
You’re not a child now for Mum to rock you, but you’re certainly never too old to rock yourself!
What is the science behind this rocking?
- The action of rocking moves blood: Your calf muscles tighten when you rock with your legs, and they act like a heart to push blood from the bottom up to your head.
- Stress Relief : The act of rocking is like mechanical sedation. You can forego your tranquilizers and save your kidneys this time. Stress can aggravate heart problems. It can be one of the many causes of heart problems. So get rocking. Put a rocking chair in your office, in your living room and rock away every day as preventive therapy, and rock away your stress!As a matter of interest, autistic and emotionally-disturbed children often rock themselves. This helps them release tension.
- Rocking helps circulates Cerebrospinal Fluid, containing the ‘feel-good’ molecules of emotion: When you rock yourself, you circulate this fluid which carries neuro-chemicals to the brain and spinal column. This will help your to calm down, relax and feel good. It’s much yoga positions and breathing exercises. You feel good when you practise these because you increase the flow of cerebrospinal fluid.
How to Rock on a rocking chair
When sat comfortably on your rocking chair, relax yourself. Then let your head sway gently forward and backwards in tune with the rocking movement started by your legs.
After a few minutes’ of rocking, you should feel relaxed, light and peaceful. The more you rock, the better you feel.
These physical sensations are a result of a change in your nervous system. And this can help prevent a debilitating stroke.
So, let’s get ROCKING!
© Helen Chow, 2017
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