HOW MUSCLE TESTING WORKS

            The human body is self-regulating, and self-healing.  This means that in order to survive, our body

            must maintain balance and is constantly monitoring itself and the environment via our nervous

            system and making the appropriate adjustments and changes. The cerebellum, the “computer” in the

            brain, is responsible for these adjustments and responses are sent between the muscle and brain

            via the nerve pathways.  However sometimes we are unable to adjust and respond in an appropriate

            way, especially when stressed and then the signals between body and brain become unclear.  This 

            shows up as a change of muscle response that is abnormal via muscle testing.

            A specialised kinesiologist tests a person’s muscle and monitors the response of that muscle test and in

            doing so is able to find out where the person is not coping or is unable to adapt in their life. 


 
 
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