An unnatural birth, injuries, motor vehicle accidents, concussions, and more have a significant influence on how your brain works. Very commonly, people are stuck in dysfunctional patterns. For the quality of life, you need whole-brain activity, an accurate brain-body map, and your 12 cranial nerves working together in harmony. This will affect your breathing and improve the ability of your red blood cells to carry oxygen which in turn fuels energy production, brain power, and performance. Lois Laynee developed Neuro-Sequencing Integration, a powerful way to prevent, stop and even reverse the impediments to reaching optimal wellness and potential. In my opinion, Neuro-Sequencing Integration is the best way to prepare a person for any kind of therapy. It enables people to respond with reference to an accurate brain-body map, and they can generate sufficient energy to reap the full benefits of any treatment. It opens doors to new horizons.
The Brain-Body Connection
Have you ever been in an accident? It may be that your brain never fully recovered from it.
Not only accidents, but also other events, for example, an unnatural birth, injuries, or motor vehicle accidents have a significant influence on your quality of life. These events affect how your brain works. Very commonly, people are stuck in dysfunctional patterns.
How can we find out? A person’s breathing can tell us how the brain is working.
Lois Laynee developed a method called “Neuro-Sequencing Integration”. It is used to retrain the Autonomic Nervous System and helps the brain to recover from an injury.
Breathing is the most important physiological function.
As you know, just several minutes without oxygen can cause brain damage.
During inhalation, oxygen gets into your lungs and blood. It is during exhalation that oxygen gets from the blood into your tissues and cells where it is used to produce energy.
We breathe between 20,000 to 25,000 times a day. Whether we breathe through the mouth or the nose makes a huge difference. If you mouth-breathe, or breathe at a rate faster than 6 – 8 x per minute, only part of the oxygen gets from your blood into your tissues, and into your cells.
Guess what happens to the energy production in your cells? Yes, it goes down. The brain won’t work as well, your body can’t perform its best, and a child won’t develop and grow to its full potential.
Diminished oxygen in the tissues means struggle. Optimal oxygen supply means life is good. Which one would you like? For yourself? For your child?
Autonomic breathing is the result of 12 cranial nerves working in harmony.
How does brain function affect breathing?
Let’s talk about some parts of the brain:
We also have 12 cranial nerves which are necessary for the communication between the brain and the body.
In the brain, we store a map of our body. Think of it as a Google map.It tells the 12 cranial nerves where everything is and what to do. All parts of the brain need to work together for optimal wellness.
Every time in an injury the brain gets remapped. Our Google map gets altered providing inaccurate information to our nerves.
How does the brain-body map gets altered?
A variety of events can alter our brain-body map:
In an injury, the brain loses its patterns, and they won’t reset without help. Our sympathetic nervous system starts working overtime which shows in different ways, e. g. cold, clammy hands and feet, disturbed sleep, snoring, clenching and grinding; or a person may become prone to infections. Sometimes the person experiences brain fog and poor memory.
Nothing in the body can change for the better in sympathetic overload.
How can the brain-body map be reset?
Lois Laynee developed Neuro-Sequencing Integration™️, a powerful way of screening, detection, and intervention.
During her Ph.D. research, Lois worked in the field of neurophysiology. For over two decades, she has been working with newborns and infants, particularly if they have special needs; she has helped war veterans and other people with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), and she has been coaching athletes performing at every level.
HOW does she do this? She retrains the Autonomic Nervous System which has everything to do with how we breathe and function.
The treatment goal is to prevent, stop, and even reverse the impediments to reaching optimal wellness and potential. This is possible because the body has the blueprint of what it is supposed to be.
What does treatment look like?
Over the course of 1 to 2 weeks, five appointments are needed, each one 30 to 60 minutes long. The goal is to balance the autonomic nervous system. By waking up the proprioception in important areas, for example, the nose and the mouth, it is possible to reset the brain-body map, allowing whole brain function and the 12 cranial nerves working together in harmony.|
We also address reflexes, apply gentle stretches, and bring all cranial nerves on board with breathing, humming and swallowing exercises. Finally, we integrate the new patterns into the brain-body matrix
Is the process difficult? How involved is it?
Here is Lois’s answer: “Do you brush your teeth every day, and do you flush the toilet after you use it? If the answer is “yes”, then you can do my program.”
10 to 20 minutes of daily home exercises for a minimum of 4 to 6 weeks will ensure good progress in the program.
Overall, it takes 120 days to get a physiologic shift in the body.
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