What determines a persons individuall tolerence level?
Each person has an individual DNA blueprint - that each of us was born with. This blueprint decides what your individual tolerances are – and your blueprint dictates what is NORMAL FUNCTION FOR YOU.
Our individual tolerances and what cause's them to be exceeded can be very different from person to person.
What causes a persons individual tolerances to be exceeded?
Certain stresses to the body exceed our individual tolerances. These stresses can be physical, pathological, neurological or emotional. For example: Pushing a muscle beyond it's tolerance will mean brain control of that muscle becomes limited, causing reduced muscle function, leading to symptoms developing.
Using the NIS system practitioners are able to identify the `disconnected' circuit and reconnect it with the brain. Once the brain is back in control, it will go about restoring function to optimum potential for the muscle of the individual.
What is a persons optimum potential?
Optimum potential is when an individuals physiological and neurological systems are operating to their maximum capability.
Optimum potential will vary from person to person depending on their DNA make-up and life experiences.
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