The Emergence and Maintenance of the Stress-Related Rheumatoid Arthritis from the Viewpoint of the HeilÜben

Unpleasantries such as insecurity, overextension, mental underload, pain, sorrow, mistreatment, injury, disease, bad posture, tension, coordination difficulties, anxiety, feelings of shame and guilt, unpleasant prospects and expectations, etc., will cause negative physical, emotional and mental stress.

Environmental influences such as electrosmog, polluted drinking water, bad air, fertilizer and drug residues, noise, dust can cause stress as well as malnutrition or hate, envy, violence, emotional coldness, misunderstanding …

Under this stress, we usually tend to strain ourselves.

We do this to tackle a variety of situations by either fighting, fleeing or freezing.

And even the first spontaneous impulse, the first unconscious impulse for tension also happens directly in muscles, tendons and connective tissues, which are connected with our joints, bones and internal organs.

One’s tension isn‘t always obvious to himself: it can also go unnoticed, be overlooked or underestimated, especially since the triggering situation can quickly be over or is being considered normal.

To the extent, to which the tension has become part of our normal body sensation, we are blind to it affecting our own body: we no longer feel it.

It is therefore not unpleasant – takes to mean- not worth changing to us.

As a result, we feel this way, considering ourselves healthy, we won‘t wether see any need nor any opportunity for a change. If it comes to rheumatoid arthritis this way we won‘t know why we are, or what made us so sick.

Stress and tension become a serious overload when they are:

permanently consistent

or

act too quickly in the short term.

If tension is not sufficiently reduced in time, it will accumulate and spread.

Overload due to tension is morbid!

Our relieving moments of rest and relaxation then are no longer sufficient; they can‘t reach the deep sitting problem anymore.

For our body, the overload means: The upper limit of what it can take is exceeded.

Muscles and connective tissue are exposed to a high tension at rest and in motion.

As a result, they exert damaging tension and pressure on joints, bones, and even on the internal organs to which they are connected.

This also leads to diseases of the musculoskeletal system:

1. Too painful, palpable tensions and hardening of muscles and connective tissue, which are associated with movement and posture errors. The afflictions caused by that are less frequent and only subsequently inflammatory, for example, only when the joint was so far destroyed by the mechanical stress that the synovial membrane is affected by the burden. These problems may also occur before or as a result of RA.

2. Painful inflammation accompanied by swelling, stiffness and restricted mobility, as well as deformity and the destruction of joints. This also marks stress-related rheumatoid arthritis. Depending on the strength of the swellings the surrounding tissue is tightened, otherwise remains softer than at point 1.

This stress-related rheumatoid arthritis can be healed up by relaxation.

That taught me my own experience of healing.

I found that tension based overload can be the cause of rheumatoid arthritis.

Next post: Knowing the Cause of Stress-Related RA Makes the Difference Between Treatment and Healing

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