I was watching a video by a Japanese dentist who runs a clinic in Okinawa, Japan.
Here is the link with English subtitle!
Did he read my blog?! It was only in Japanese, but now he put another video with English subtitle. Great.
In the video he is explaining to his patient, the relation between cervical spine and the habit of teeth grind, SAS, short/shallow sleeping habit etc.
He speaks in the video that most of us grind our teeth, while we sleep.
And if you grind teeth, that will result in bad posture.
When you have a bad posture, you sleep with your head dropped towards back, which makes you snore, as your mouth open and breath from the mouth.
When you sleep in that position, it pressures the cervical spine.
So the communication between the body and the head is interrupted.
As our brain detoxifies itself during sleep, if the communication is interrupted, it wakes us up to restore the communication.
He says that if you only wake up once during the night, that’s quite okay.
But if you have to wake up 2 times, 3 times or more, you better check your teeth alignment to restore your cervical spine alignment.
When I was a teenager, I was so stressed and didn’t know how to relief myself from the stress, I was grinding my teeth a lot.
And yes, I had a bad posture.
So, if the habit of grinding is accelerated by stress, without dissolving the cause of the stress and choose to be differently consciously, we will replicate the grinding again and again, in my opinion as an energy healer.
We have a mechanism called Homeostasis, which always tries to maintain how it is and stops us from changing.
That’s why, our conscious choice to be how you be is very important to maximise your energy healing experience.
In the video, he was also talking about the proper position to sleep.
It’s very interesting topic to explore further!
I am currently forming a course of sessions, a combinations of energy healing + Access Bars.
Restoring the total alignment of our skeletal system energetically will improve sinus issue, breathing problems, sight problems and hearing ability.
My name is Kaeko, I’m from Japan and living in London.