Vascular Fasciatherapy Danis Bois Method: a Study on Mechanism Concerning the Supporting Point Applied on Arteries

Studie som nevner svært mye interessant om blodsirkulasjon, tensegritet og om bindevev. Den er rettet mot en spesifikk metode for spontan bevegelse, men har mye interessante teamer som gjelder andre bodyworkmetoder også.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3242644/

«Vascular research especially made a jump forward with the Nobel Prize awarded to Furchgott, Ignarro and Murad for having discovered the endogenous production of nitric oxide (NO). »

«Mesenchyme differentiates and generates every type of connective tissue and many organs in adults(3) including bone, muscle, and the middle layer of the skin, excepting nervous tissue and the digestive track(7).»

«In this study, one can notice that they are totally or partially at the origin of vascular endothelium and mesothelium (peritoneum, pleura, pericardium)(6). And this vascular endothelium is the origin of blood, which is also considered as specialized connective tissue(6).»

Forskjellen mellom arterier og kapillærer:
«Capillaries have the function of distributing blood in the body, bringing about an exchange between blood and tissues. Structurally, arteries carry and separate blood and tissues.»

«Fascia is a very sensitive tissue that detects any kind of stress — physical, emotional or psycho-social. It reacts by contracting and imprisoning the organs it covers, thus impairing their physiological functions. Furthermore, the tightening of their connective parts induces a perceptible disturbance in mobility and rhythm of these organs.»

«ECs respond to increased blood flow by causing relaxation of the surrounding VSMCs. VSMC relaxation in response to flow occurs over seconds to minutes and if high flow persists, remodeling of the artery wall enlarges the lumen over time in a period of weeks to months(36). Decreased flow induces vessel narrowing(37), and extreme low flow may lead to complete vessel regression, which involves apoptosis of the ECs(38).»

«The human body seems to be made of the only and same tissue which is functionally differentiated: there are only tissue connections, simply a histological continuum without any clear separation between the skin and hypodermis, the vessels, the aponeurosis, and the muscles(46). So connective tissue, its cells, MEC, and fibers are an obvious link in this construction.»

«The theory of tensegrity emerged from the interests of architects (from Richard Buckminster Fuller to Rene Motro) and biologists (Donald Ingber(47)), and their meeting point of connection with our discussion can be found in these definitions: “a type of prestressed structural network, composed of opposing tension and compression elements that self-stabilizes its shape through establishment of a mechanical force balance”, and “tensegrity is used to stabilize the shape of living cells, tissue and organs, as well as our whole bodies”(4). Hence, the use of this architectural system for structural organization provides a mechanism to physically integrate part and whole(4).»

«Arteries have a special relation with fascias. Connective tissue is present in the three tunics of the artery. Adventitia is a typical sheathing fascia, which becomes tense in reaction to stress. Media is an association of muscle and connective tissue reacting to local mechanical variations (i.e. blood pressure) or general influence (i.e. stress) by tensing and/or by contracting. Intima, whose endothelium can be assimilated to a very big autocrine/paracrine formation(48)reacting mainly to the influence of blood qualities (i.e. type of flow, components), lies on a connective layer underlining endothelium.»

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