Our bodies are composed of FAsica, connective tissue, mainly collagen and interconnecting nerve pathways. Scarring can directly affect the functioning of the neuromuscular system by sending abnormal signals in the brain. During healing, new collagen fibers grow in random patterns that can form adhesions that attach to the muscles, bones, tendons, and even organs. This causes an abnormal pull the fascial network and can disrupt the proper functioning. Thomas W. Myers, author of anatomical pathways, Myofasical meridians and therapists manual movement, describes an interruption in the fascial network as a hook in a sweater. The tug in the fascial network communicates through the entire system.
ways to reduce tummy after C-section
Therefore, it is important to reduce scar tissue when recycling abdominal after delivery. Once you have the permission of your doctor, usually the mark of six weeks, you should start gently massaging the area to break the tissue, stimulating the flow of oxygen, and the toxin flowing out. Use your fingers to move the fabric up, down, side to side and also small circles. Try to get moving in the direction of tissue tends to want to not go and gain more mobility in the toughest areas. To do this, you may lie on your back or sitting in good posture.
Once you have massaged the scar for several minutes, concentrate on deep breathing and a long exhalation. Then you can progress to abdominal training some light to bring awareness to the area. But do abs! This will not help restore stability of the intrinsic base. . Instead of treating heel slides and throwing balls
abdominal training to reduce belly
heel slides: start lying on your back with knees bent. Extend one leg sliding your heel along the ground and then back to the starting position. Use your breath and maintain stable neutral
Ball Rollouts :. Start lying on your back with your feet on a stability ball with your knees bent. As you press the ball away from you engage your abdominals and maintain a neutral spine stable and then pull the ball back to the starting position.
When it’s time to rise from the ground, do not try to get straight up, always roll your side first.