Not Sure I Beleive Mental Illness is all in your head!
The NCR doctors trained in Neurocranial Restructuring says that alot of illnesses are because of structural problems in the skull.
But that is meant in a different way. In the more physical sense. The sphenoid bone is s the target area of NCR. It's the bone almost all the other bones of the skull come into contact with! When that is out, the rest of the skull is out. Then the spine follows with misalignments. Chronic structural problems can cause organs to malfunction due to the nerve pathways being blocked or pinched by misalignments. If it happens in the neck (say C7 for instance), it could result in low thyroid. If it happens in T7, then pancreas gland can malfunction. Then if the hormones are low, depression can set in, and so forth. See the connection?
This was put to the test with me, as in 2006 I had AtlasProfilax, and everything else seemed to fall in place for the whole year afterwards. It was great, but didn't last long, so we went one step further and had the NCR done. The changes in the face is unreal. Headaches disappear, spine follows with alignments little by little, and things start improving. It's best to do several sessions. They are costly, but well worth it.http://www.ncrdoctors.com/
These are some of the postural changes and facial changes after NCR sessions. You can see that the people look more calm and happier afterwards.
An awesome healing modality for the structure. NeuroCranial Restructuring can reset body structure and restore natural symmetry. This can do wonders throughout the whole body.
NeuroCranial Restructuring® is the newest and most powerful therapy in physical medicine. NCR® is a cumulative treatment process involving controlled release of the connective tissue tension to unwind the body and return it toward its original design. NCR® utilizes careful analysis of the body’s proprioception (patterns of balance) to determine the precise areas of the skull needing to be unlocked during each day’s treatment.
This sounds very complex, but in practice it is relatively simple:
After receiving a form of deep muscle massage and external cranial manipulation, the patient is analyzed to determine the cranial treatment pattern for the day. Then the patient is positioned on a treatment table with one or two therapists helping to hold him/her in a very specific position. The skull is finally released by the action of small, inflatable endonasal balloons that are inserted through the nostril and inflated briefly into the throat. The inflation feels like getting water up the nose and rarely requires five seconds to complete. Endonasal balloons in treatment are not new. They have been used during cranial therapy for over seventy years. Frequently these treatments, such as Bilateral Nasal Specific therapy, gave relief of symptoms and some long-term results while using a generalized pattern of treatment. Many of the results, however, were temporary and the treatment was frequently painful.
NCR® is different from these therapies. With the specific treatment pattern found with NCR®'s careful analysis and the new addition of specific body positioning, the entire skeletal structure can be permanently changed with NCR®. This unlocking of the connective tissues' residual tensions combines with precise movements of the cranial bones to allow the structural systems of the body to move incrementally and cumulatively towards the body’s original design.
NCR® creates a permanent structural release for the changes triggered by traumatic events of a body’s life. Birth trauma, accidents and falls, sports injuries, medical procedures, severe emotional and biochemical traumas are just some of the causes of musculoskeletal damage that are released with NCR®. Conditions like:
*Anxiety and nervousness
*Arthritis, bursitis, rheumatism
*Attention Deficit Disorder, dyslexia, hyperactivity and other learning disabilities
*Concussion and other head injuries
*Depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder
*Ear infection and deafness
*Glaucoma, double vision and other vision problems
*Headaches, head pressure, migraines
*Low energy, Fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue
*Muscle spasms, neck and shoulder pain
*Orthodontic stress and bruxism
*Parkinson’s disease and tremors
*Poor concentration and focus
*Sciatica, kyphosis (hunchback), lordosis (swayback), scoliosis (spiral spine)
*Sinusitis, sleep apnea, snoring, other breathing and sinus disorders
*TMD, TMJ (mouth, head and jaw pains)
*Vertigo and other balance problems
*Wrinkles (NCR® replaces a face lift)
Here's what Dr. Dean Howell (the doctor who developed NCR) says about Depression...http://www.drdeanhowell.com/Depression
I have had clinical success with depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and bipolar disorder. The schizophrenics and psychotics I have worked with have been too suspicious of me to get enough treatment to receive any major benefits.
Psychiatric conditions like depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), schizophrenia, manic-depression and psychosis are rarely effectively treated with counseling. Most of the time, psychiatric drugs are prescribed to treat these conditions. The common natural approaches are to mimic the effects of the drugs with less toxic substances that are similarly designed to change the levels of brain neurotransmitters.
There are abnormalities (deficiencies) in the levels of neurotransmitters of the brain in the psychiatric-chemical model used to describe these treatment techniques. The drugs raise the level of the target neurotransmitter throughout the brain. This allows the areas of the brain previously deficient in the target neurotransmitter to have sufficient levels of neurotransmitter. The psychiatric condition is often controlled in this manner.
In the rare situation of a true neurotransmitter deficiency state, these medications perform brilliantly. They address the cause of the situation, the lack of neurotransmitter manufacture.
But most people on such medications experience side effects. Often the side effects are involved with functions that are not related to the actual complaint. A depressed person taking Prozac, for instance, can feel less depressed and have sexual impotence from the medication. These are problems of over-dosing the brain with the target neurotransmitter in the areas that had sufficient supply previously.
When one area of the brain has enough neurotransmitter and another area of the brain has too little or too much, this is not a problem of manufacture. It is a problem with uneven distribution of neurotransmitters
The chemicals of the brain flow in liquid blood and cerebrospinal fluid. The flow of fluid is determined partially by the shape of the vessel. The brain resembles a sponge in ways. A round sponge can be put into a cubical container, but it won't hold as much water in the areas that are squished to fit in the box. Likewise, a brain will not hold normal amounts of fluids when it is in an imperfectly shaped box.
With NCR, the shape of the skull gradually moves closer and closer to its optimal design. As the skull optimizes, the fluid flow characteristics of the skull, and the brain functions that are controlled by the fluid dynamics, optimize as well.