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Wednesday, August 23, 2017 10:51 PM | Venöse Multiple Sklerose, CVI & SVI, CCSVI Volg link

"...When we think of the nervous system, most of us automatically think of its sensory side --- things we feel. While the sensory side is certainly important, even more important is the motor side of the nervous system --- the part of the nervous system that makes things work; that makes muscles and organs function. There is, however, another side of the nervous system; a part of the sensory system that's critically important, yet hardly ever discussed by lay persons --- mechanoreception, aka proprioception.

First off, don't confuse these two terms with nociception; something completely different. Nociception (certain nerve endings are called nociceptors) is associated with things like pain, constricted blood vessels (vasoconstriction), MUSCLE SPASM (this and the previous can cause hypoxia or lack of TISSUE OXYGENATION) as well as various deficits in the autonomic nervous system (can anyone say SYMPATHETIC DOMINANCE?). Functional neurologist DR. DAVID SEAMAN puts it this way....."

Learn more:
Fascia as an Organ of Proprioception and its Relationship to Chronic Pain
Once you realize that fascia acts as a giant mechanoreceptor, you can begin to see why it is so important in addressing chronic pain.