Nervous System

Is there a measurable load on the nervous system, balance it with the 5 steps. High load means high emergency level.

A high emergency level will paradoxically result in lowest possible physical activity, because this level is achieved, when we – or rather the vegetative subconscious part of our person – concludes, that there is no way out. Approximately 30% of all people are detrimentally affected at the moment of this writing.

Now check for the next level. Locate any load on these parts of the nervous system:

  • Brain
  • Cranial nerves
  • Other nerves

Is there a measurable load on any of these three parts of the nervous system, balance it with the 5 steps.

Now check for the next level. Locate any load on the different parts of the brain:

Brain

  • Frontal lobe
  • Temporal lobe
  • Parietal lobe
  • Occipital lobe
  • Midbrain
  • Pons
  • Medulla
  • Cerebellum
  • Other parts of the brain

Is there a measurable load on any of these parts of the brain, balance it with the 5 steps.

Cranial nerves

Is there a measurable load on any of these 12 cranial nerves, balance it with the 5 steps.

  1. Terminal nerve Hormonal responses to smell
  2. Olfactory nerve Smell
  3. Optic nerve Visual impulses
  4. Oculomotor nerve Eye muscles
  5. Trochlear nerve Superior oblique muscle
  6. Trigeminal nerve Facial skin sensation
  7. Abducens nerve Gazing
  8. Fascial expression nerve Muscles in face and tongue
  9. Vestibulocochlear nerve Balance and hearing
  10. Glossopharyngeal nerve Pharynx and back of tongue
  11. Vagus nerve Neck and inner organs
  12. Accessory nerve Shoulder and head turning
  13. Hypoglossal nerve Tongue movement

Glands

Is there a measurable load on the gland system balance them with the 5 steps. Now check for the next level. Locate and balance any load on the 8 major glands.

  1. Pituitary gland
  2. Pineal gland
  3. Thyroid gland
  4. Thymus gland
  5. Adrenal gland
  6. Pancreas
  7. Ovary
  8. Testis Check for Other glands