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What is NIS about?

 
Your brain is a powerful piece of machinery.  At the centre of your nervous system your brain controls all conscious actions, like your thoughts, feelings and memories.  And it controls all automatic actions like your heartbeat, blood pressure, body temperature and breathing.
 

The NIS system bases its treatment method on the scientific principle that the brain governs ‘optimum function’ of all the body’s systems. 
As long as the neurology (brain) is communicating appropriately with the physiology (body), we should be operating at ‘optimum function’.

 
As we go about our daily lives we are exposed to different types of stresses.  Stresses can be Physical/ Pathological/ Neurological/ Emotional. For the most part our bodies are designed to handle these.  Example 1  
But from time to time these stresses can push you past your usual ‘tolerance’ level – causing the signal between brain and body to become disconnected.

And because the signal is not getting through, your brain no longer has complete control of that particular area of your physiology (body). 

When an area of physiology is no longer under the control of the brain, it will stop functioning to its optimum and you then begin to experience symptom/s.  (There are over 600,000 possible symptoms that the body is capable of!)
Symptoms are your body's way of saying that things are not working as they should be or to ‘optimum function’.  Example 2

 

The NIS system uses latest scientific research to ‘tap’ into the intelligence of your brain to identify which signals are not getting though.  By restoring these connections, your physiology (body) will come back under the control of your neurology (brain). 



When this happens the effected areas of your body are able to be returned to optimum potential.  And so the symptom/s you are experiencing will in turn resolve.

 

How does NIS work?>




Example 1
As we go about our daily lives we are exposed to different types of stresses.
[STRUCTURAL]
When we push a muscle too far, other muscles support it to prevent any serious damage
[EMOTIONAL]
When we have a argument with a work colleague our body is designed to not become emotionally overloaded
[PATHOLOGICAL]
When we are exposed to a virus our bodies are designed to quickly get to work to develop antibodies to fight the infection
For the most part our bodies are designed to handle these.

Example 2
But sometimes these stresses can push us past our usual 
'tolerance'...So now when are exposed to the same stresses....
[STRUCTURAL]
When we push a muscle too far... we end up with a torn muscle.

[EMOTIONAL]

When we have a argument... our digestion can be effected, causing fatigue.

[PATHOLOGICAL]

When we are exposed to a virus... pre-occupied elsewhere our antibodies are unable to fight the virus now we get the flu.