My point of view that tightening in the muscles is the accumulation of hormones, which I call "muscular swelling", is supported by Levchenko Boris Borisovich, Professor of the Moscow State University named after M. V. Lomonosov, Skobeltsyn Institute of Nuclear Physics, Department of experimental High-Energy physics, together with the University of Max Planck of the Research Unit for Structural Molecular Biology.
On the sixth week of fetal development, at a time when the muscles start to form in the embryo, the pregnant woman's hormones are transferred to the muscle cells with the blood. Hormones are proteins. There are more than thousand types of hormones, i.e. proteins. For this reason, each of them acts in only one area of our body, which is known only to it. First, the hormones that excite the brain cells, like adrenaline, are produced. The excited brain gives the command to calm down. However, the adrenaline is still being produced and released. The brain feels that its amount is enough and instructs other hormones, which are similar to the morphine drug, to suspend the production of stimulating hormones. Hormones - stimulants, painkillers and those which cause euphoria - are in the blood. There are a lot of them. Because they are proteins, the muscle cell uses hormones as a building material to build the muscle. The hormone finds the location where the muscle needs to be built. That is, it gives additional material to build the protein of the muscle cell.
Hormones and protein receptors on the cell surface are sort of having a dialog:
"I'm here! I'm near!" And the cells respond "We feel you!"
This is a dialogue of interaction of hormones and protein structures on the cell surface. The hormone finds exactly the one for which it travelled from the brain. It flattens and penetrates into it. The whole cell is penetrated with microfibrilles, the ways by which waste products are eliminated. Inside the cell, the actin protein molecules assemble themselves. Actin forms contracting structures in the muscles. To make the muscle contract, a special protein breaks the actine thread. Bang! And the muscle contracts. To make the muscle longer, another molecule forms within a fraction of a second. The muscle cell immediately elongates and the muscle relaxes. You see how much waste products are produced when various structures inside of the cells form and degrade, and all of the waste products are collected in a membrane vesicle. The kinesin protein delivers the membrane vesicle by a microtube to the cell walls to excrete the waste products into the lymph.
This is not a fiction or a fairy-tale! This happens in every muscle cell of your body and in your child's body.
Waste products get into a membrane vesicle and kinesin takes it from the cell to the lymph, which acts like drain. If the speed of the lymph movement slows down, the concentration of bubble content in the lymph increases to the concentration of the waste products in the bubbles. That is, the lymph compresses the cell walls so much that the bubbles located inside can't be eliminated. As a result, the cell begins to increase in size due to the accumulation of the bubbles with waste products. It cannot eliminate its own waste products and continues to grow in size!
In several years, the cells increase to such sizes that they start to press very hard on the nerve roots located on the muscle surface, which in turn send an electrical impulse to the brain that the cell has increased to such an extent that it already signals trouble. The signal impulse reaches the brain and causes pain. The brain gives the command to send more blood to the enlarged swollen muscle, but it has no effect, the pain continues and intensifies over time.
There is only one way and it is to help the cell littered with its own waste products to eliminate them mechanically. The emendic treatment helps the bubbles to pass through the cell wall barrier and excrete the waste products to the lymph. The fact is that the speed of the lymph in the processed area increases significantly so that it is able to eliminate waste products from the cells. The cell reduces in size and swelling subsides. As a result, the cell ceases to compress the nerve and the pain goes away!
My point of view on the problems that arise inside of the muscle cells is supported by the 2014 year Nobel Laureates in Physiology and Medicine.
James E. Rothman, Randy W. Schekman and Thomas C. Südhof for "discoveries in the field of regulation of vesicular transport in cells". Thanks to their discoveries, we know how the cell eliminates its waste products. We know that these are the vesicular bubbles, which transfer the transport protein kinesin.
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