Inhibitory Regime

The term inhibitory relates to inhibition of sympathetic activity of the autonomic nervous system. An approximate balance of activities of sympathetic and parasympathetic branches of the autonomic nervous system corresponds to healthy state of the human being. Alternatively, imbalance of those activities causes different disorders. In the modern life more often such imbalance is caused sympathetic hyperactivity. For example, sympathetic reaction could produce anxiety including panic attack. Hence inhibitory regime is the regime specifying the pace and rhythm of massage movement that suppresses or inhibits the sympathetic activity of the central nervous system.

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