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Muscle swelling

What is muscle swelling?

Usually the term "swelling" is associated with water, excess of fluid that is present in the human body. Please note that muscle swelling is not fluid accumulation. Muscle swelling is the accumulation of protein compounds (hormones) that are produced by the hormone system to help other internal organs and cells in our body to develop. Because the muscle cell produces waste products that accumulate over time in the Golgi apparatus, it increases in volume. As a result, the muscle cell loses its elasticity and cannot stretch at full length. It feels like tightening in the muscles. Movement may cause pain.


How and why the muscle cell becomes littered?

Firstly, this is a result of cell vital activity. The fact is that they produce waste products that accumulate over time.

Secondly, the muscle cell becomes littered under the influence of different stress factors (illness, joy, sorrow, etc.). In this case, a number of hormones are released in the blood (special protein compounds).

Hormones are necessary for the correct response to stress, but they are poison for the liver.
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To minimize the concentration of hormones in the blood, the body is forced to hide them temporarily in muscle cells. It should be noted that the cell sends protein compounds in to the Golgi apparatus, which is the waste repository. Then the lymph that flows between cells picks up the prepared waste products and moves them to the lymph nodes where they are metabolized and excreted from the body. Note that these processes occur in the muscle cells continuously. The fact is that they provide normal cell life and functioning.

Malfunctions often occur in the system

Under the influence of external or internal factors, the number of protein compounds in the cell increases so much that the lymph simply doesn't have time to eliminate them. Over time, they accumulate and take more space. As a result, the muscle cell increases in size. The situation is similar with the neighbor cells that begin to press on each other. During this activity, it becomes more and more difficult for the lymph to flow between cells. As a result, the release of muscle cells from waste slows even more and a vicious circle arises.

Accumulation of muscle cells, which are overflowing with unnecessary protein, is muscle swelling!

It is important to note that muscle swelling never goes away on its own. If it is not treated, it eventually transforms into the following diseases: scoliosis, hip joint dysplasia in children and adults, headache and so on. Due to muscle problems, other serious diagnoses can develop:

As muscle swelling increases, heart attacks and strokes with subsequent muscle immobilization (paralysis) develop.

When does muscle swelling develop?

The number of muscle cells is inherited. Parents with muscular swelling will have a child with a problem similar to the problem of one of the parents or with problems that are more serious if both parents have them.

Muscle swelling manifests itself in a fetus at 6 weeks of fetal development.

In case if:

Determination of swelling in the baby
  • the baby sleeps with the head turned to one side (torticollis);
  • in the prone position, the baby cannot rest on the forearms, extending hands forward, instead, the baby lies like an airplane with the hands spread;
  • the baby stood up immediately, without crawling, at the 7-8-the month of life;
  • the baby stood up with the legs spread wide;
  • the baby stands or walks on tiptoes;
  • at the age of 4 years the child can't roll over the head;
  • at the age of 5 years the child can't crab;
  • 6 years: quick fatigue, wears out shoes;
  • 7 years: can't ride a bike, etc.
  • 8 years: is restless, hyperactive;
  • 9 years: frequent injuries while training, wears out shoes in certain places;
  • 10 years: learning and sport problems;
  • 12 years: has headaches;
  • 14 years: doesn't want (it is impossible due to problems with swollen muscles of the back) to learn in school and help at home.
After 18 years
  • inability to conceive a child;
  • inability to give birth by herself (requires a cesarean cessation);
  • inability to give birth to a baby with the least muscle swelling;
  • gestational toxicosis;
  • severe back pain;
  • headaches;
  • fear when holding breath;
  • injuries "with no apparent reason" or by minor physical load;
  • irritability (vegetative-vascular dystonia).
After 30 years
  • back pain;
  • headache;
  • numbness in the hands;
  • fatigue in the legs.
After 40 years
  • reduced sexual desire;
  • male and female diseases;
  • fatigue, weakness;
  • all other diagnoses (except oncology) diagnosed by doctors.
How to eliminate muscle swelling?

As muscular swelling is an accumulation of cells full with useless protein compounds, it is necessary to release cells from waste products in order to treat muscle swelling. Dr. Nikonov mechanically accelerates the lymph movement. It is very important to influence the lymph because it is the only channel that eliminates waste products from muscle cells.

The faster the lymph speed, the faster the muscle cells are cleaned, the less voluminous they become.

Due to the cell volume decrease, the lymph passes between them better. As a result, the functioning of the lymph gets more effective. Performing the emendic massage, Dr. Nikonov gives the strong impulse for the lymphatic system, activating the natural detox system. Depending on the degree of swelling, a different amount of time is needed for the complete purification of cells from the protein residues. In the case when the majority of cells are free and do not slow down the lymph flow, the organism copes with eliminating waste products itself and no longer requires external assistance.

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