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8 How does PT take effect?

The effect of positional treatment can be very different according to the gravity of the DSB, the time it has affected, the amount of physical and/or mental stress in the body, what the weakest point in the body is or what other factors (e.g. the capacity of the brain) have influenced the physical or mental condition of the body. The time needed for recovery is shorter with younger persons and persons with no or few tissue changes or medication. Unfortunately, the treatment of the sense of balance cannot cure serious damages in the tissues, but carefully used it may prevent further problems and improve the condition of the body otherwise. On the other hand, a healthy, fully capable person can sustain his/her good physical and mental health, working condition and well-being longer by using the treatment of the sense of balance to prevent illness and other health issues. See DSB-symptoms

Successful positional treatment (together with the other measures of the treatment of the sense of balance) relaxes tensed muscles and the body. Luckily  it usually helps with vertigo, too. Furthermore, relaxed muscles make it easier to correct their twisted courses of movement and the posture of the body, which is important for the good function of the sense of balance. This doesn't happen by itself, but the bigger a muscle is the more  exercise and patience is needed, too. The smaller the muscles are the faster they respond to PT, e.g. the muscles in the eyes. (Rahko)  See Theme page 23. At the same time it (PT) balances the whole endocrine system and correspondingly, the entire metabolism if there aren't any major damages in the tissues or organs, especially in the endocrine (hormone) secretion, which regulates metabolism.

The relaxation of muscles is the direct influence of successful PT with numerous positive, indirect effects. The whole endocrine system is balanced with the decreased level of adrenaline, which stimulates peripheral blood circulation in the affected parts of the body and makes them feel warmer. Decrease in adrenaline calms down the stress of the senses, the heart and its beat and the greater circulation.

Because the stress caused by adrenaline calms down, cortisol decreases, too. That's why salt and fluid can return to the tissues where they were removed from by cortisol. Because of the balanced salt-fluid metabolism the sense of balance can maintain a whole magnetic field in the body and protect it better against any electro-magnetic disturbances. The nervous system of the body is also dependent on the undisturbed electric current.

The indirect effects of PT also ease the internal stress in the body: e.g. the relaxed body sleeps better. It  is stronger to put up with physical and/or mental effort.  It recovers from them more quickly. Because the senses are able to perceive better and transmit appropriate information into the brain from inside and outside the body the stress in the brain decreases. Consequently, e.g. it's easier to remember, to concentrate, plan, carry out carefully and finish your work. On the other hand, you can stand inconveniences caused by e.g. failures in your work or human relations.

As for  children's motor and speech development and behavior the treatment of the sense of balance can support them in many ways before school age and later in and after school education when cognitive and social skills are acquired and needed in working and family life. The part of energy in the brain that it uses to control the DSB can be saved for the necessary human abilities and activities of speaking, moving, eating, interacting with your fellow-men and taking care of your off-spring by treating the sense of balance before any symptoms appear. Because the DSB doesn't strain your brain you can learn and show what it is really capable of (your intelligence). 

The following chapter 9 Some withdrawal effects of PT