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First published 07.07.2018 Author: Phuangphayom Yodprang
The fascial regulatory system is very complex and shows the interaction of body systems and other factors involved. The perspective is designed for the "big picture" and not analytical. The focus is on all healthy processes in the organism.
The public fascial regulation system is freely accessible as an excerpt for all visitors of our web presentation. In this way we want to promote a general understanding of the interrelated processes in the human body fascia system in the population and make a contribution to general public health.
Fascia runs through our whole body. They are all connected in one way or another. This also explains why local events can lead to a global event. The key words are: "Elementary connections and regulating processes".
Fascia is all fibrous connective tissue structures in the body. Collagen is the structural protein knitted from the fascia. Fascia are roughly divided into three layers:
Other fascia are:
Fascia stores most of the body fluids and is rich in a
variety of tissue receptors.
Receptors = sensor technology, the absorption of external and internal stimuli in living beings. Receptors are linked to one or the other of the central nervous system (CNS) and have a great influence on well-being, quality of life and health.
have an elementary influence on the fascial regulation system:
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