Rhythm of life

Rhytm gameEver heard of a rhythm game? The games which you try to play in which you try to hit a drum or a few buttons so as to get the rhythm of the game to as close to the game’s rhythm. Life always has this types of things everyday like trying to move with the rhythm of the traffic or waiting for the traffic to stop so you can move. The body actually plays a rhythm game daily and it follows a preset rhythm determined by the body itself. The thing is balance happens when all the parts follow the appropriate rhythm so as to keep the body in perfect harmony. Pretty much how there can only be good music in an orchestra when everyone hits their proper notes and tones.

The thing is the rhythm is always being maintained by the body since it makes the body function optimally. Any disruption in the rhythm eventually appears as a problem that the body needs to fix. Normally the body can buffer the minor problems so as to make the body achieve optimal performance. The problem is the body sometimes eventually has difficulty maintaining this specific rhythm due to the person lacking nutrients, sleep, stress, injuries and emotional distress. You see this is where the allied medicine works best so as to get the body to work at its best it is best to get the body to follow the appropriate beats.

What do you mean by the rhythm and beats? I am pretty sure you have heard of the breath cycles and pulse. Each part of the body namely the lymphatics ,organs and cerebro-spinal fluid has a preset beats per minute that normally a person would not feel it is these things are going through their normal beats since normally a person would focus on the more important sensory input around you since it is more important to everyday survival. These small things are actually the ones that keep you for doing those big every day task. They are like those stage hands on a play that do not even get the chance to be recognized at the end of the play and they just get to be labeled as stage hands at the end. Basically these things are those things.

How do these rhythm lose the timing of the beats? Basically these things do not have a specific answer yet up until now or at least up to my knowledge. I personally believe that stress, lack of nutrients, emotional stuff and cumulative injuries produce the delay in these small beats. I you have ever played online games you have probably encountered the dreaded lag. These small things seem small but they throw you off the game that you are playing the often they appear. These small things stress, lack of nutrients, emotional stuff and cumulative injuries cause lag in the system that is why eventually the body loses the rhythm. As such as humans respond to lag we just randomly press the buttons so as to hopefully press them at the exact time or we just try to account for the lag and press them early. These things happen to the beats either the beats go too fast or they go too slow.

How do we bring the rhythm back? First of all every allied medicine has different ways on how to do this and pretty much the effects can be fast or slow. They can be by directly influencing the structures or influencing the beat itself. I would like to think of this like the conductor tries to bring order to chaos to produce something amazing. Allied medicine bring the beats to their appropriate rhythm so that the body will produce good rhythm that will eventually create the ability to live life to the fullest.

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