A Knotty BodyAbby
Where there is constant inflammation there is pain, degeneration and internal scar tissue formation (invisible bonds). The more severe the toxic buildup, the greater the inflammation which causes a reduction of blood supply and degeneration to your muscles and joints. This in turn, causes your body to produce excessive fibrin (tissue fibers) to be sent to the area in crisis to repair the micro-tearing to wall off the pain and crystallization. Fibrin is what internal scar tissue is made from. The body always overcompensates in cases of inflammation when it comes to fibrin production (internal scar tissue). What do you think happens if the inflammation is not eliminated and is allowed to continue?
Believe it or ‘knot’, you can have a huge build-up of scar tissue even if you’ve never had an injury. This internal scar tissue will create a web around your joints, which will prevent the red blood cells from delivering oxygen and from eliminating cellular waste. This is what causes your muscles and joints to cry out in pain. This acidity and crystallization will continue to grow and become trapped until the web of scar tissue is eliminated. Welcome to the beginnings of a knotty body caused by the buildup of scar tissue and crystallization. The more scar tissue and crystallization that forms in your muscles, tendons and ligaments the shorter these structures will become with every knot created. When you take a shoe lace notice what happens to it with every knot you tie. You lose a quarter inch with every knot; the more knots, the shorter it becomes.
I will give you a few life examples. I can’t get my arms over my head to get my shirt off. I can’t tie my shoes. I waddle like a duck. I can’t shoulder check when I drive, my neck is frozen. I remember when I used to… you get the picture. Give me a joint problem and I’ll show you a knotty body. Give me a knotty body and I’ll show you how to make it young again. The fibers of a ligament, tendon or muscle are like the strings of a guitar in that they run parallel to one another.
When fibers tear or degenerate through inflammation, it’s as though the strings were cut. Ideally, the fibers should heal parallel again, like getting new guitar strings, but often this does not happen. Instead, in the body’s enthusiasm to heal, the fibers are not only joined end to end but they also stick to those running parallel to them, as if all the guitar strings were glued together. The Sound Of Muscle Music has now become a painful party with no relief in sight unless you take charge, crash the party and read ‘Healthy to 100’.
– Dr. Darrell Wolfe, Doc of Detox
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