When we become tense we restrict the normal flow of energy. Energy is stopped at a particular muscle, which traps the energy and is misdirected, causing physical pain in other parts of the body.
When this is not treated, breathing difficulties can occur and over time the lungs can shrink or swell which in turn causes pain in different areas of the body. This will vary from person to person. Fluid can build up in this area leaving the lungs not functioning properly. It takes longer for the fluid or mucus to clear.
When the lungs shrink or swell, we cough to clear the airways, and depending on the intensity of the coughing, pressure builds up in the head and contracts the stomach muscles leaving them tender. This results in the blood in the body flowing incorrectly, changing the body temperature.
Taking into account the sensitivity of the person, their past and present also play a part.
© Hazel Devine April 2017 – Lungs V.1