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Prostate Orgasm-1-4-The Nature of Joy-Treatment Session (part 3)

5, output, after the command is given, there is a problem of output, the output of the nerve is actually similar to the previous input part, one is the external stimulation of the body through the somatic nervous system output, the second is the internal stimulation of the body through the visceral nervous system output, but the difference is that there are two kinds of output through the visceral nervous system, one is sympathetic output, the second is parasympathetic output. So, what is the difference between output through sympathetic output and output through parasympathetic output?

Sympathetic nerves: Preganglionic neurons emanate from the middle lateral column of the gray matter in the thoracic 1 to lumbar 2 segments of the spinal cord, pass through the anterior spinal nerve roots, enter the paravertebral sympathetic chain from the white traffic branch of the corresponding segment, and travel up or down the chain, making synaptic connections with the postganglionic neurons in the ganglia inside or outside the chain, and the postganglionic neurons travel with the corresponding spinal nerves to the terminals, innervating the heart vessels, abdominal viscera, smooth muscles and glands The postganglionic neurons travel with the corresponding spinal nerves to the terminals to innervate the heart and blood vessels, abdominal viscera, smooth muscles and glands to regulate the functional activities of these tissues and organs.

Stimulation of sympathetic nerves causes strengthening of the contraction of the heart muscle, acceleration of the heartbeat, vasoconstriction of the abdominal viscera, skin end vessels, hyper-metabolism, dilated pupils, increased work capacity of the tired skeletal muscles, etc. Sympathetic nerve activity mainly ensures the physiological needs of the body during the state of tension. The effect of sympathetic nerves in the circulatory system is reflected in the excitatory effect on the heart activity, which accelerates the heartbeat frequency and accelerates the heartbeat force. In the vasculature, the main effect is to promote micro-artery contraction, thus increasing peripheral resistance to blood flow and raising arterial blood pressure. In the digestive system, the main inhibitory effect is on gastrointestinal motility, i.e., it decreases the tension of gastrointestinal smooth muscle and the frequency of gastrointestinal peristalsis, and weakens its peristaltic force, but when the tension of gastrointestinal smooth muscle is too low or the activity is weak, sympathetic nerves can also enhance its activity. In addition, sympathetic nerves have an inhibitory effect on the bronchial smooth muscles of the respiratory system, causing the bronchial tubes to dilate and facilitate ventilation.

Parasympathetic nerves: Preganglionic neurons emanate from certain nuclei of the brainstem and the middle lateral column of the gray matter in the sacral segment of the spinal cord, mix in the cerebral nerves (mainly the facial nerve, the linguopharyngeal nerve and the vagus nerve) or the spinal nerves, travel to the intra-organ or parasympathetic nerves, and make synaptic connections with the postganglionic neurons in the parasympathetic ganglia, which are then distributed to the visceral organs, smooth muscles and glands and regulate their functional activities.

Stimulation of the parasympathetic nerve can cause slowing of the heartbeat, increased gastrointestinal motility, relaxation of the sphincter, narrowing of the pupils, and increased glandular secretion. The action of the parasympathetic nervous system is the opposite of the sympathetic action, it is not as consistent as the sympathetic nervous system but also has a considerable relationship. Its fibers are not distributed in the extremities, while the sweat gland erector spinae, adrenal gland, thyroid gland, uterus, etc. have parasympathetic distribution. The parasympathetic nervous system can maintain the physiological balance of the body in a quiet state. Its role is threefold: (1) to enhance the secretion of digestive glands for gastrointestinal activity, to promote the discharge of urine and stool, and to maintain the body's energy. (2) The pupils narrow to reduce stimulation and promote the production of liver glycogen to save energy. (3) The heart rate slows, blood pressure decreases, and the bronchi narrow to save unnecessary consumption and assist reproductive activities.

Simply put, stimulating sympathetic nerves (excitement) will make people hyper, but it is more harmful, while stimulating parasympathetic nerves (excitement) will make people calm and more nourishing, remember this conclusion! Because the output of the stimulus that makes a person feel happy, is it through sympathetic or parasympathetic? Is it switchable? You know, if through the sympathetic, then the sympathetic long time excitement will hurt, if through the parasympathetic, then the parasympathetic long time excitement will nourish the body, this difference can be big. The first element of bliss is not to hurt the body, and whether or not to hurt the body can be distinguished here, and here is the key position to solve the first element of bliss! Let's leave the question and move on.

6, the reaction, the instruction output to the designated location (organ), the specific reaction finally began, that is, the previous output when said those reactions will appear at this time, so the muscles began to contract, the heart began to accelerate, blood vessels began to contract, the lungs began to contract, and so on and so forth, the reaction appeared, so you have a corresponding shortness of breath, muscle tightness, panic, congestion, erection, trembling and so on reaction Phenomena. But is it the essence of these reactions that can be described in words that bring you pleasure, pain, itchiness, etc.? No, the sensation has been determined at the time of identification, these are just specific reactions of the brain to give instructions after identification, just because the brain completes these six links too fast, too fast to basically ignore the time in between, so that people feel that these are happening at the same time.

That is, these phenomena of reactions that can be described in words are just the packaging of the real feeling, the illusion of feeling! Many times, people describe some birong heart stuffed feeling, trembling feeling, breathless feeling, and so on these so-called "feelings", is just the outer packaging of the real feeling, the real feeling, which is completely indescribable by words! The same as sour, sweet, bitter, salty, painful, itchy and other types of feelings, is exactly the same, can not be described, can not be described, can describe only the reaction phenomenon.