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For a variety of reasons. In this modern world of ours, far too many people suffer from chronic pain. Physiology tells us that when muscles become fatigued, they go into spasm. What is fatigue mean? Fatigue means that the blood flow or the nerve flow to those muscles is becoming blocked. It could be the nutrients in the blood that aren't giving the muscle what it means.


Or it could be that the blood flow is actually pinched. And when the nerve flow to the muscle is pinched to any of muscle is pinched, meaning that the nerves and probably by a tight muscle, then that muscle is going to lock up. It's going to go into spasm. It's instant fatigue. So the problem with muscles is fatigue.


When they become fatigued, they lock up and they won't let go. What this means is if muscles in the face are tight, they won't let go and they cause creases that won't go away. If muscles around nerves are tired, which is usually the case, then those muscles are going to pinch those nerves all the time when they're in spasm and they won't just let go on their own necessarily.


They need help. When muscles are tight around nerves and they won't let go. This is a really bad problem because a lot of times that nerve is actually the nerve that flows to those muscles. So what I'm trying to say is most pain in the body is actually caused by tight muscles, pensioners or pinching blood flow. If those muscles can be released, the problems that they cause can go away.


And there are a lot of problems caused by muscle spasms. Let me give you a few examples. Let's start with the head in the head. There's a thing called migraines. Migraines are where they're restricted. Blood flow to the brain is what causes the pain that we call migraines. And there's only one artery that feeds the brain. That artery is called the carotid artery.


There's a muscle called the scaling is anterior when that muscle is in spasm, meaning it's fatigued and it's gone into spasm, it won't let go. It pulls the cervical vertebrae towards the first rib and pulls the first rib up towards the cervical vertebrae, which can only go so far because the clavicle is in the way. So what happens is it tenses across the carotid artery and pinches it.


This is the only way, anatomically, that the carotid artery can get pinched. And when that muscle goes into spasm, it really, really locks up and it actually pulls the vertebrae into the back of the carotid artery. And the muscle itself squeezes the front of the carotid artery from the front. So the carotid artery has no escape and it gets pinched and the blood flow to the brain is pinched.


So the brain starts screaming and it gives a symptom or a problem that we call migraines. Migraines can be released only really one way. There's a lot of ways that are attempted in medicine and modern medicine and alternative medicine and Chinese medicine. And every other thing under the sun. Every other approach to health care under the sun has an approach to migraines, but none of them really seem to work.



And the reason is, is because none of them actually think about releasing the serratus anterior. Let me give you another example. Low back pain is almost all the time at least 90% of the time caused by spasm of the psoas major muscle. Psoas major muscle is kind of like this stateliness. It pulls the lumbar vertebrae forward.


It's the only muscle that's very strong that's capable of pulling the lumbar vertebrae forward. And when that happens, the lumbar vertebrae become unstable and they begin to pinch the nerves that try to pass between the lumbar vertebrae. And those nerves are called spinal nerves. If the lumbar vertebrae can't go back in place, those nerves are always going to get pinched.


And it's because the psoas major is in spasm, this nerve or this muscle, the size major also pinches a nerve called the genitofemoral nerve. This is the only nerve that communicates between that helps the ovary or the testes communicate with the central nervous system. So it's no surprise that menstrual cycles for women usually stop, and it causes ED for men, when the psoas major is tight.


When it's in spasm, it causes infertility, erectile dysfunction and is the primary cause of lumbar pain. It also backs up fluid around the ovary and causes a problem called ovarian cysts. So by releasing the psoas major low back pain, almost always goes away at least 90% of the time. If you release just as major, it releases the general humeral nerve in generally women that have been missing their cycle will start start their cycle the following morning.


And it also seems to, from the reports we've heard, that it seems to always get better. So there's a lot that can happen from releasing the size major muscle. But the problem is very few people in any form of medicine, modern alternative, whatever, know that this is the case. Nor do they know how to release the psoas major.


If you release the psoas major honestly, low back pain almost always goes away. So how come nobody knows how to do it? How come nobody does an effective so as major release? They can't. It's really simple. How about sciatica? Sciatica is impingement of the sciatic nerve. The sciatic nerve pretty much can only get pinched by the purer form is muscle.


There are two fibers of the static nerve that come from the ventral ramus for an L5. That those are not between the vertebra. So doing surgical procedures with the lumbar vertebra is not going to necessarily help very much. And in fact, it doesn't. With sciatica, the piriformis muscle is the cause of sciatica. When the piriformis muscles in spasm, it smashes the sciatic nerve because of its perfect alignment to do so.


No other muscles capable of is really impinging the sciatic nerve other than the pure form is. But the pure form is sure enough is when people have sciatica the of in spasm. When the pure form is is in spasm, people will have sciatica, they go together. So the question is, can the sciatic nerve be released by releasing the piriformis its muscle?


And the answer is yes. 100% of the time you can release the fear from his muscle no matter how long it's been in spasm. And when you do, sciatica will go away every single time. Haven't seen a time where it doesn't. So how come? Very few people in health care, even realize that the purest form is muscle, is the sole cause of sciatica.


And that if you release the static nerve or the fear of piriformis muscles, sciatica will go away. Most people in health care may kind of know this, but they don't seem to solidly know it because they talk about alternative ways of release in the sciatic nerve that obviously aren't released in the very famous muscle. And very few people in health care actually know how to release the piriformis muscle.


Why is that? Well, I am here to help solve all these problems because I have been practicing muscle release for 35 years and as a pre-med major in college. And I used to tutor anatomy. I started this practice of mine as a massage therapist about 35 years ago. From the time I'm making this video in 2023 and I have a lot of experience with trying to release muscles, to release nerves to relieve pain.


Because this whole formula hit me when I was tutoring anatomy and practice in massage therapy years ago. So since then I have been going through every single muscle in the body and carefully figuring out which way is the best way to release each muscle in the body. There are other ways of doing it, but they all seem to come down to the same exact maneuver, whether it comes from either Veda or Chinese medicine or whatever background acupressure technique has, it always seems to come down to the same fundamentals.


So releasology is the practice and study of release in muscles and every muscle. Nobody can be released. We cover over 40 problems that are common problems in the body where by simply releasing muscles, the problems are completely resolved. And the techniques I've developed are very simple and easy to follow. They follow the same basic pattern of stretching the muscle, holding a pressure point with a little bit of pressure for a certain amount of time.


And then there's this whole thing called a release. Besides releasing muscles to relieve pain, what else can we do with releasology? Well, we can help energy glands and we can help organs like the viscera. So the adrenaline, for example, is positioned between the ninth and the 10th rib. It's called retroperitoneal because it's behind the intestines. So when the specific muscle called the serratus posterior inferior muscle is in spasm, and it's a V-shaped muscle in the back that crosses from the upper to lumbar vertebra and the lower to thoracic wrote about in the muscle spans over the erector, spine and muscle at a 45 degree angle inserted on to the lower four ribs.


Okay, that was a mouthful, but that's what it does. And when it contracts, it restricts the circumference of the lower ribcage and it pushes the lower to vertebra or the lower two ribs forward. The lower two ribs don't have anterior attachments. They're called floating ribs. So they move really easily. And I think it's there actually for this reason, when the steroid is posterior, inferior contracts, it pushes the lower two ribs right into the middle.


The actually the 11th right into the middle of the adrenal gland. And why why would it do that? Because we need a way to push the adrenaline out into the blood after the gland makes it so the adrenal gland just makes adrenaline. But the serratus posterior inferior muscle has involuntary fibers that are fight or flight and they fire and they make that steroid is supposed to or inferior muscle contract when something scares us.


So when we get the fight or flight response like a reflex to something that startles us or scares us, this is what happens. And that's why we get a shot of adrenaline, because the serious posterior, inferior muscle contraction squeezes adrenaline out into our blood and in fact does. Every time something scares you, you can actually feel that muscle contract.


So it does. And when it contracts all the time, because it can become fatigued, especially when we're under stress and it's contracting a lot. A lot of people might not have thought about this, but it contracts a lot involuntarily, right, when we're under stress. So it can become fatigued really easily. And if it does, it will lock up.


It'll lose the ability to relax, which means it's contracting all the time. Seems like people that have come to me with insomnia over the years, every single time all of us have a spastic or their serious posterior anterior muscle is tight, completely locked up. And when I release it, the next report is that they slept really well at night.


And in fact, every single time they have no exception to that. With all the clients that I've had over many years and I've worked on a lot of people with insomnia. Also, cortisol levels stay high when this rate is posterior or interior muscle is tight because cortisol is named after the cortex of the adrenal glands. And if the adrenal gland is being squeezed all the time by the serious posterior inferior muscle of cortisol is going to be coming out into the bloodstream all the time.


Cortisol is if it was well, it acts like a drug and it makes us feel depressed. So if this happens, a lot of this is posterior inferior. This time it actually makes people depressed, makes them kind of down, and it makes people fatigued all day long. So it causes fatigue, insomnia and depression. So that's an example of how a muscle can cause compression of an endocrine.gland and cause problems. All the other endocrin glands actually have the same scenario of this. There are muscles that can compress that gland that can, one, be released and to relieve the problems that are caused by that gland. One is starting to dysfunction. So I think most endocrine gland dysfunction is actually caused by muscles and spasm. Even the pituitary gland is compressed when the lateral pterygoid muscle is in spasm because of the action of the spine.


There is an explanation for every endocrine gland they all can be pinched by muscles and spasm and those muscles can be released. And the problems that are caused by those endocrine glands having problems are the dysfunction that comes from those glands can be reversed. They really can. And all you have to do is release the points and the muscles that are causing that compression of those glands.


So what about viscera? So the liver, the gallbladder, the spleen, the pancreas, the stomach. Can those organs get compressed by muscles? Yes, they can. The diaphragm, in fact, compresses all of those all of those organs. And when the muscles that attach to the ribs, like the latissimus dorsi, and serratus anterior are also tight with the diaphragm and the abdominal muscles, you're going to start getting compression of the viscera, compression that won't let go.



Or when muscles are in spasm, they're an involuntary contraction is because of fatigue, especially after COVID with a lot of coughing or excessive abdominal exercises or even laughing. Too much sometimes can make these muscle spasms. And when they do, they're tight all the time and they're always squeezing the stomach. For example, if the stomach is squeezed by the diaphragm all the time, it bends the hiatus, stretches the esophagus and depresses the stomach, and is the cause of acid reflux.


If the diaphragm is in spasm around and the muscles on the lateral part of the rib cage are in spasm like the latissimus dorsi, abdominal muscles and the serratus anterior you're going to have compression of the liver and the gallbladder. So maybe come difficult to digest. Fat people may have trouble processing toxins because of their liver is compressed. The spleen will be compressed if the same thing happens on the.


From the perspective of one self looking out on your left side, if you're looking at somebody, it would be on the right on the that side of the body is where most of the spleen is and the spleen and the pancreas under it will become compressed. If the diaphragm and the rib muscles on that side are tight and the pancreas is responsible for insulin and producing enzymes that digest carbohydrates.


And it's really, really important in the spleen is where blood is processed. So the immune system is related to compression around the spleen. It really is. I've seen over the years a difference in people's immune system buried doing releases around their spleen. It's an idea that hit me and I've seen the proof in the pudding over the years.


So there's a that can be done by releasing muscles and even beyond relieving pain. We can help endocrine glands and we can prevent serious diseases by preventing problems with organs that are obviously under stress from direct compression due to muscles in spasm. Releasology can help vertigo. It can help hearing and restoring hearing.


It can resolve tinnitus, it can relieve neck pain, it can reverse thyroid problems, it can help vocalists sound 10% better. It can release wrinkles in the face better than Botox. It can release migraines, headaches, it can release job pain and TMJ. It can reverse pituitary issues and problems. It can release for back pain. It can release chest pain, it can release rib pain, internal and lateral armpit pain and lateral shoulder pain and acid reflux and liver problems and the gall bladder.


It can help and it can help the spleen function better and help our immune system and help production of stem cells and relieve small intestine problems and indigestion. And it can help respiration and it can relieve tailbone pain and it can release sacral pain and secretly have pain and lumbar pain and insomnia can be reversed and depression can be reversed, chronic fatigue can be reversed and infertility can be reversed, constipation can be reversed, ovarian cysts can be released, external rotator cuff pain can be released and internal rotator cuff pain can be released and our frozen shoulder can be completely resolved. Axillary pain in the armpit can be resolved. Trapezius pain can be resolved. Pectoral pain can be resolved. Biceps, triceps. So pain relief for all these things can be resolved. Let me just list them with that same pain relief in between all of them.


So the hand golfer's elbow, supination and pronation, tennis elbow, carpal tunnel, sciatica, gluteals tensor fascia latae, the iliotibial band tension causing knee pain can be released. Hip flexors the lateral, hip and sacroiliac joint. The quadriceps can be released, the arbitrator nerve and the adductors can be released. Plantar fasciitis can be released.


Shin splints can be released. Internal ankle pain can be released. And calf pain and dorsal foot pain can be released. The truth is that modern medicine and health care has diversified and specialized into branches that are like rivers that have formed an inaccessible island around the practice of muscle release.


And nobody - not anyone, anywhere I can think of in alternative or modern medicine is really focused on muscles and how to release them. let alone, understanding all the problems that muscles cause and the technical skill to release them. So there are a lot of people suffering with pain around the world. And it's really sad because the information is right here. The techniques for fixing all those problems are available on our website.


On the website. The remaining challenge is how to get this information into the hands of people that want to help people in the world get out of pain and how do we make effective muscles release (Releasology) treatments available for the masses. That's the challenge. But at least this part is done. The information on the cause and cure for each of these topics is easy to access and the techniques are ready to learn, but only for those who actually want to relieve suffering in the world.


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