I just put together this new poster, and I want to explain the concept of adaptability again. I want to go in deeper in presenting to you about adaptability. In the first part of the video, we showed you about the brain and the body. In this blog, I will go over the second part of adaptability. We want to expand it a little to include the triangle (shown on the new poster), and in the triangle, we have the master nervous system, the brain, and the body. We included the immune system and the endocrine system. The immune system and the endocrine system are secondary systems, meaning that they run off from the master nervous system, which ultimately determines adaptability or not. We need to realize that these two systems are enormous and that over a time frame, they do influence the master nervous system, and the master nervous system does ultimately control them. Understand also that it is also the neuroimmune system; understand that you don’t just have a thyroid problem without neuro-thyroid trouble. You don’t have an immune problem without having neuroimmune trouble.

Adaptability is the key. We want to look more at the immune system in the underground system. The immune system is 85% of your gut which is how we know that the gut can influence adaptability and the gut can influence the immune system because 85% of our immune system is in the gut. Over time, the gut splashes all these immune chemicals throughout our body and brain. It can influence our level of adaptability, determining whether we are in coordination or incoordination. The same goes for the endocrine system. For example, we could have issues with the thyroid, blood sugar, with sex hormones, and they will influence the adaptability of the primary master nervous system. The primary master nervous system will influence the endocrine system. Over time, we also need to realize that the immune system influences the endocrine system, and the endocrine system influences the immune system. The three BIG systems in our being are the master nervous system, immune system, and endocrine system.

In addition, you also want to know that there’s one area in the brain called the hypothalamus where the nervous system, the immune system, and the endocrine system all come together to talk. Chemicals cross-talk with each other, and these three big systems ultimately determine whether you have coordination, health, good adaptability, or coordination, disease, and death. There are a lot of these chemicals from the nervous system that connects to the immune system. We also want to be clear that you would have about 85% damage or 15% normal adaptability by the time you get symptoms. The system is very far broken down by the time you get symptoms and by the time you get your diagnosis. Our goal is to understand adaptability and shift the master nervous system working with the sub-system called the immune system and the sub-secondary system called the endocrine system. Collectively, this will move you in a better direction, better coordination toward health, increase your healABILITY, and increase your adaptability toward optimal function.

Thank you, and have a great day.