Worrying Too Much and Constant Worry

August 30, 2016 Patrick

worried manWorrying too much and constant worry restricts diaphragm breathing. This is not a good idea for many reasons mentioned below, it also brings on anxiety.

First it restricts air intake reducing the oxygen supply to your lungs and brain. This lowers brainwave levels reducing your thinking and reasoning power.

 

Diaphragm & Lungs
The diaphragm muscle is a most important pumping mechanism for this process and it is important to have a strong and efficient working diaphragm muscle. An easy way to check for diaphragm breathing is to lie on your back and place a book on your belly in line with the bottom of your ribs. If the book doesn’t rise and fall with the in breath and out breath this may indicate a stressed diaphragm muscle.
This constant worry puts a double load on your heart; it makes your heart work harder and can cause an increase towards high blood pressure creating constricted blood vessels and restricted blood circulation. There is less transfer of oxygen and carbon exchange at a lung level.

 Worrying Too Much Effects Sacral Occipital Pump

 Worrying too much reduce the effectiveness of the sacral occipital pump that circulate the cerebral spinal fluid up the spine round the brain and down the spine. This CSF is of most importance as it brings nutrients to the brain and removes toxins. The cerebral spinal fluid is also a part of your neural transmitting system. The diaphragm muscle acts in a way with your breath to move the sacrum bones and the occipital bone to keep the cerebral spinal fluid moving. Walking also makes this process happen. Lower back pain can cause this system to lock up.
 
Worrying to muchWith reduced work effectiveness of the diaphragm muscle, the rib cage lifters the ‘pectoralis minor muscle’ responsible for lymphatic drainage of waste products in the body is diminished so as you can see your inner tubes start to clog up.
There will be less oxygen reaching the mitochondria of the cells of your body. The mitochondria are a part of your cell make up Constant worry and mitochrondiafor the ATP function (Adenosine triphosphate) the mitochondria are the little factories within each cell. These mitochondria require a rich supply of oxygen delivered by your blood circulation.
 
 

Excessive worry constrains life giving Chi Flow

 With excessive worry, another important factor is that there is less chi/prana intake with the in breath. The chi is so important for good nerve signalling as well as nourishing the whole of your body. Your chi is your life force, your life breath, it is your very own vitality substance and it is important you intake your fair share of this life-giving substance.

Constant Worry Blocks Your Mental Faculty

 Constant worry blocks your mental faculty. It inhibits your reasoning powers, with the intellect. When you are worrying too much you are not in the ‘here now’ and your mind may be somewhere in the future having your body locked in the fight flight mechanism. The ‘awareness’ is somewhat diminished and located in your back brain. With worry there is lots of self-talk and self-doubt. Another factor to realize is that your adrenal mechanism is over activated when there is excessive worry and this sets up a vicious cycle of undigested experience. An easy way to help the adrenal glands to settle is to get up and go for a walk and if possible in a parkland or better still out in nature.
You may be in constant worry about health, your own health or someone near and dear to you that has real value to you. You may have some experiences from the past that hasn’t been fully processed and integrated and your subconscious mind or back brain hasn’t fully dealt with that issue.
You may be in constant worry about everything especially when it comes to world events as you may feel helpless as you cannot do anything directly towards alleviating the situation for those involved. A good heart felt prayer can do wonders to alleviate your situation.
Worrying Too Much Drains Your Life Battery
 REcharge your BatteryWith all this over worrying it depletes your energy levels. When you can see and realize your body is acting like a battery, a living body battery you will come to understand that more energy is being used up than what is being replaced.

A fair amount of living chi energy is actually being short circuited by your thinking, plus less oxygen and reduced chi flow. What needs to be learnt is ‘how to reset the diaphragm muscle’ and how to increase oxygen and most importantly increase your chi flow to recharge your living body battery. This ‘chi’ is electricity to your nervous system, and know that your body has a ‘positive polarity and a negative polarity’.
When this polarity is unbalanced due to what you may be taking in, via your five senses, types of food and a compromised diaphragm muscle and not to forget to mention good quality drinking water then it may be time for a life style change. Are you ready for that change now? However you can turn this all around.

Learning Breathing Techniques for Your Body Recharge
By learning some simple breathing techniques and learning how to do some unique and special breathing exercises, this will ramp up your chi energy. With increased chi energy flowing you feel the vitality and experience a change from within. With an abundance of this natural substance of charged particles flowing through your nervous system, your mind finds it difficult to think negative. There is a feeling strength plus a calming energy flowing through your nervous system. A bit like when your car battery that has lost its charge and won’t start your car you put the battery on a battery charger for a recharge. When the battery is fully charged and you turn the ignition key on the engine roars into life. Stress To Vitality Training is similar to a battery recharge and when experiencing this type of change your diaphragm muscle is reset and you will be doing diaphragm breathing. Your whole body will experience a recharge and the mind will be more at peace with its self and this worrying too much and constant worry will soon be a thing of the past and so will anxiety.
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