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The striated skeletal muscles are connective tissue (cerebral medulla) and always have a self-value collapse due to paralysis (motor conflict, loss of function, cerebral cortex). So you have to solve the motor conflict to solve this self-value collapse (automatically).

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ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis)

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis is the active phase of an initially motoric conflict that subsequently caused a self-devaluation conflict with muscle atrophy. This motor conflict must therefore always be resolved.

    Chorea Huntington

    Chorea Huntington is similar to Parkinson’s disease, a hanging cure for a motor conflict.

      Epilepsy

      If a motor conflict is resolved, the epileptic seizure occurs in the crisis. If this motor conflict recurs repeatedly via a track with a subsequent resolution, then the appearance of epilepsy is present.

        Febrile Seizure

        The febrile seizure is an epileptic seizure in the crisis of a motor conflict AND another special program in healing. The special program of the musculature itself does not cause fever.

          Grand Mal Seizure

          The grand mal seizure is the epileptic crisis following a motor conflict.

            Hallux Valgus

            Hallux valgus is a spasticity of the musculature and the consequence is a motor conflict of withdrawal.

              Polio

              The cause of polio is a motor conflict affecting the muscles.
              During the conflict-active phase, flaccid paralysis is present.
              During the crisis, an epileptic seizure occurs. In the hanging crisis, spasticity is present.

                Clubfoot

                Clubfoot is caused by spasticity of the foot muscles.

                  Cramping Seizure

                  The epileptic seizure is the crisis of a motor conflict affecting the striated skeletal muscles.

                    Parkinson'S-Disease

                    Parkinson’s disease is the hanging healing of a motor conflict affecting the skeletal muscles.

                      Motoric Paralysis

                      Motor paralysis is the conflict-active phase of a motor conflict involving striated skeletal muscles. Each muscle has its own conflict content (not being able to defend against it, not being able to hold on …)

                        Multiple Sclerosis

                        Multiple sclerosis is the conflict-active phase of a motor conflict affecting the striated skeletal muscles (paralysis) and in combination with a sensory conflict affecting the outer skin (numbness).

                          Muscle Atrophy

                          The cause of muscle atrophy (muscle loss) is a loss of self-esteem due to paralysis. Therefore, the motor conflict must first be resolved, then the muscle is rebuilt in the healing phase.

                            Muscular dystrophy

                            The cause of muscular dystrophy (mal growth) is a polycyclic course of a self-value collapse affecting the skeletal muscles. This self-value collapse is always based on a motor conflict.

                              Paraplegia

                              If the spinal cord is injured or is severed, the result is an incurable partial or complete paraplegia. It is known that nerve cells no longer divide. However, one can also suffer a motor conflict with paralysis in an accident. Such paralysis is curable, provided that this conflict can be solved.

                                Restless Legs

                                The restless legs are a motor conflict in hanging healing concerning the leg muscles.

                                  Stroke

                                  One must distinguish between red (warm hands) and white (cold hands) stroke. In the case of a red stroke, edema presses into the motor cortex center, causing functional disorders. In the case of a white stroke, there is an active motor conflict affecting the facial muscles, e.g. one has been made a fool.

                                    Hiccups

                                    The hiccup is the epileptic seizure of the diaphragm (striated musculature) after a solved overwhelming conflict “I run out of breath”, “I don’t breathe it anymore”.

                                      Shivering

                                      Shivering is the crisis of a motor conflict. If a fever is present at the same time, then another SBS must have been involved in the resolution. The musculature does not cause fever.

                                        Spasticity

                                        Spasticity is the hanging crisis of a motor conflict affecting the striated muscles. There must be a track.

                                          Scoliosis

                                          Scoliosis is not so much caused by the bone of the spine, but rather by its muscles. There are therefore motor conflicts concerning these muscle groups.

                                            Pointed Foot

                                            The pointed foot is the consequence of a hanging crisis of a motor conflict concerning the foot muscles. There must be a track.

                                              Cramping

                                              The cramping is the epileptic crisis of a motor conflict affecting the striated skeletal muscles. How the cramping occurs indicates the exact content of the conflict.

                                                Tetanus

                                                Tetanus is the crisis (epileptic seizure) of a motor conflict affecting the striated skeletal muscles. In the case of the musculature (connective tissue), the bacteria are at work during a healing phase, but the bacteria did not trigger tetanus. The tetanus is like any other crisis, a pure brain symptom.

                                                  Convulsions

                                                  Convulsions are small epileptic seizures (crisis) of the striated skeletal muscles after a motor conflict. Each muscle group has its special task and thus its special conflict content. The handiness is decisive.

                                                    Diaphragm Cramp

                                                    The diaphragmatic spasm is the epileptic crisis of the conflict “I’m running out of breath, I can’t breathe it anymore” (overstrain) concerning the striated diaphragm muscles.