When unrecognised and uncorrected, an aquired dysfunction of any part of the main muscles of movement will start to have effects on the body along the associated paths/threads. A collection of pains and symptoms developing over time as muscles and the connective tissue system adapt to compensate for the weakness. This could start at any age, possibly after a traumatic trigger, but anything that stops you using your muscles correctly could initiate the body's adaptions.
Almost insidious in nature, a slow progression until pain, in one form or another, is a daily occurence.
I never used my muscles correctly, and if you are like me you don't know any different. Never having experienced healthy movement, I didn't know what I was missing and there was a lot of trauma to my body over the years because of it and constantly adding to the damage.
If you have been in pain for a long time you may not even register a lot of it, but it still fills your brain, slowly pulling you on a down, spiralling to the bottom.
physical pains need the cause rectified, the body healed. Not something that masks the pain.
A lifetime of chronic pains, all because of unrealised poor usage of my muscles.
I've had sore knees since I was a kid.
Daily back pain since my early teens.
My "back back" became the umbrella name for all my pains.
Restless legs.I didn't mention most things I suffered, my back back was dramatic (attention-seeking) enough.Suffer in silence, wrapped in a blanket of depression.
headaches, muscle spasms, shooting pains. Just normal for me, I'd never known any different.
Every muscle syndrome going - piriformis, etc Could I really have everything? Or was it hypochondria?
Abdominal pains. Something stuck in throat
As I write this I think it's not worth going into details.Everyone's pain pattern is unique, but with a lot of common elements.
Movement should not be painful.
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