But how are they linked?
Everybody who has experienced an infection knows the feeling of being ill. Not feeling well is accompanied with indisposition, fatigue, lassitude, headache, drowsiness, shiver, muscle and limb pain, lack of motivation, loss of appetite as well as sleeping disorders. Overreaching and overtraining produce exactly the same symptoms.
Those among you who pushed their training too hard may well know these symptoms.
Normally, we accept these symptoms as part and parcel of an infectious disease and don’t consider them as being the consequence of the stress exposure. But these phenomena indicate right away that we have been stressing our immune and autonomic nervous system too intensively and that we are losing our balance. If an overtraining is about to develop, indisposition, fatigue, lassitude, headache, drowsiness, shiver, muscle and limb pain, lack of motivation, loss of appetite as well as sleeping disorders are the early signs telling us that recovery has not been fully accomplished. The huge amount of minute muscle ruptures that the muscles need to undergo to adapt to a higher workload that finally results in a positive training effect, didn’t fully regenerate. Instead numerous unresolved tiny inflammatory patches, that the muscle and the surrounding tissues can’t compensate for, are still present.
Excessive strain on the body suffices to make you feel sick, no need for a virus or any microorganism.
The consequence is a general feeling of sickness due to the weakened immunity. The regulatory disturbances within immune system also affect the interface to the autonomous nervous system. An usually tightly coordinated and well balanced signal flow between the two systems runs out of control.
Each stressor being too massive for the system to be neutralized by regulation can cause these symptoms. The inflammations in the muscles that could not heal because of an insufficient recovery affect the central nervous system. It is not able to adequately deal with the stress overload exposed to. It loses its ability to control the immune functions. In the end the unproductive activity of the immune system overrides the nerves’ power on the immunity and induces the long list of symptoms mentioned above. Finding substantive proof by blood testing or other diagnostic measures remain mostly without concrete result.
To cut a long story short: Early signs of overtraining are partly due to an incapacitated stress response that is in great parts mounted by the immune system and the nervous system.
Biestmilch makes you feel better.
Biestmilch strengthens the pressured immune system under the conditions of strenuous workouts. It has an stabilizing impact on the frail regulatory processes between immune and nervous system under stress influence. Biestmilch makes you feel better. It contains next to the immune molecules neuropeptides which contribute to this positive effect on your well-being.
Neural activities are influenced by the modulation of the cellular environment the nerves are embedded in. The firing rates the neurons can be reduced and calmed down by changing the activity state of the milieu.
Like the immunity the activity of the nervous system is regulated by a tight network of suppressing and activating processes. Biestmilch has got the potential to modulate the milieu, in which the neural conduction takes place, by influencing and appeasing the many inflammatory processes within the body that hamper the autonomous nervous system. Taken all this together Biestmilch improves your well-being.