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Osteopathy  and the concept of Tensegrity

Tensegrity is a concept derived from architecture, which means "tensional integrity".

Tensegrity systems have the ability to self-stabilize and are very resistant [...]


Fight or Flight vs. Sleep and Digestion

It is important for the survival of the species to have developed different automatic processes, which are spontaneous and do not require our consciousness, because if we take a second longer to carry them out [...]


Osteopathy and the importance of the diaphragm muscle

The diaphragm is the main inspiratory muscle (with which we take in air) and constitutes a continuum between the connective tissue of the abdomen and the thorax [...]


Visceral Osteopathy and the importance of the liver (Part 1)

The liver has an average weight of 1500 g, is located in the upper right part of the abdomen, below the diaphragm, secretes bile essential for the digestion of fats [...]


Visceral Osteopathy and the importance of the liver (Part 2)

Liver dysfunction (loss of mobility and tension in the connective tissue that covers it) generates an increase in abdominal pressure [...]


Visceral Osteopathy and the importance of the liver (Part 3)

In the previous entry we talked about the concept of pressures in the different cavities of the human body [...]


Three laws of the body: Balance, Economy and Comfort

The human body obeys three laws:


2) ECONOMY (seeks to spend the least amount of energy)

3) COMFORT (seeks that there is no pain) [...]


Allostatic load and its influence on the body-mind balance

When the body is continuously subjected to a stressor element, its internal balance is affected [...]


muscle chains

The muscles of the body are interconnected through connective tissue or fascia (fibrous membrane that surrounds and relates them); in this way the muscular chains are created [...]

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