Muscle Weakness

Sometimes the words from other people describe symptoms more accurately.  Asa from Sweden described muscle weakness like this:

‘I have noticed that my muscles lose in power from one day to another. For example I was packing a lot of books regularly at work, and knew how it felt to lift 20 books. 20 books is 20 books, but it felt like if they were 20 kg heavier one day. The next day they were light like feathers; my arms almost flew up when I lifted them.’

Muscle weakness is a very strange phenomenon.  Many people don’t have any symptoms like this at all, but others have found it can happen very suddenly.

Louise’s mother used to drop things repeatedly when she was about to have a migraine.  She couldn’t do anything about it – until she began the programme. It was a clear ‘early sign’ for her to begin some ‘general active sessions’.

Perhaps the electrical surges that instigate Neurological Wave Syndrome symptoms, are also accompanied by ‘lack of’ electricity along some nerves.  Electrical stimulus is required by all of the cells in the body to remain active.  Normally a temporary deficit wouldn’t be noticed.  Perhaps there are more symptoms that are caused by lack of electrical stimulation.


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