*** QUOTE *** " the thalamus gland, in the center of the brain, controls our perception of pain. sometimes it turns the perception down, like in we are running a race (for me, that was in hs, 44 yrs ago) and have an injury but keep on going because we don't know we are injured. at other times, the thalomus turns the pain up when there is little stimulus, as in chronic pain that has no particular identifiable cause. "
so how does one... TEACH the Thalamus when its right or wrong??
I have been seeing a Reflexologist and I know she has... talked about certain trigger points.. such as the hypocampus.... liver, spine.. teeth...
I try to pay attention when she is giivng me a therapy session, but I ahve learned so much in the 5 sessions i've had
seems to me the Thalamus... does React... sends messages
I'll have to enquire at my next appointment
and let you all know
WE MAY be ON to something that can HELP
They that wait upon the Lord shall renew their Strength, they shall mount up on wings as eagles, they shall run & not grow weary, they shall walk & not faint..." Ish 40 v. 31
Sjrogrens Syndrome, Asthema, Chronic Fatigue, Chronic Pain, Head aches, Migraines, Gastro Intestinal Problems , Esophegial Spasms; Fibro Myalgia , Kidney Stones, & CP (SI joint, low mechanical back pain..L4 & L5 Vertebrae Misaligned, Spinal Stenosis and Degenerative Disc Disease, Bulging Disc, anterolisthesis L4 L5 , L4 -- S1 pain caused by osteoarthristis ,bone spurs, causing pinching or pressure on spinal chord)