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Network Care and the Stress Response

September 9, 2018

Chronic activation of this survival mechanism impairs health

 

The Harvard Health Published an article below describing and detailing chronic stress response and what the long term implications are on our health.

 

https://www.health.harvard.edu/staying-healthy/understanding-the-stress-response

 

Network Care addresses the fight or flight mechanism in the most natural, gentle and intuitive way.  Following a series of light contacts on the spine, as per the Network Spinal Analysis Protocol, the nervous system shifts out of the heightened tension state and resets organically.  

 

I have rendered care to many hundreds of patients/practice members whose conditions are well described in this article and for most, the forward journey to wellness is life transforming.  

 

"It’s as if all the fragmented regions of my body and psyche are somehow settling into a sweet spot of convergence. And at some point I notice that a long soft wave of breathing has arrived, and that I have arrived in a body that’s whole."

 

"I have been under Dr. Stern’s care for more than 10 years. His mastery for healing is unparalleled. His ability to connect the physical with the emotional & spiritual is truly amazing. His approach addresses long term relief & healing as opposed to a quick fix that would most certainly reappear & become chronic."

 

"I came with the intention of training my body to heal itself, instead of relying on forceful adjustments as I had in the past. What I have actually accomplished has far exceeded any and all expectations that I had."

 

A nervous system, like a car stuck in park, is unable to adapt to its environment, internal and otherwise.  The frustration one feels in wanting to move forward in life, but can't, is a common fight or flight phenomenon that Network Care powerfully addresses.

 

 

 

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