As a mom or dad or aunt or uncle or grandparent, what do you prefer for your children... or even for yourself: sickness or health ??
"I'm no good to my family if I'm sick or dead."
- Pastor Leon Fontaine senior pastor for Springs Church, Winnipeg, Canada
I think we all know the answer. What are we going to do about it?
Did you know that the first system to develop in the body, while the baby is being formed in the womb, is the Central Nervous System?!
|"For you created|
my inmost being;
you knit me together
in my mother’s womb."
Psalm 139:13 (NIV)
"Your baby's brain and spinal cord are visible through his translucent skin." Inside pregnancy: Weeks 1 to 9 on BabyCenter.com
"Neural tube forms - It will develop into the nervous system (Brain, spinal cord, hair, and skin). Already your baby has the foundation for thought, senses, feeling, and more!" Weeks 1-4 Pregnancy.org
Since that's true, we can combine it with information about the Immune System we also now know from yesterday's blog post Mick's up on Your Immune System:
"Basically what they were saying is that the nervous system has a direct effect on the immune system due to the nerve supply to the important immune system organs." Murray DR, Irwin M, Reardon CA, et al. "Sympathetic and immune interactions during dynamic exercise. Mediation via a beta 2 - adrenergic-dependent mechanism." Circulation 1992 86(1): 203
The Central Nervous System has to communicate at 100% with the Immune System for the Immune System to work at its 100%. It needs to get the signals through to make it work (through the "nerve supply"). Right? Just like you need to get a message across to your kidderz, so they can be at their 100%.
So… we need to…
Get rid of interference! Just like you need to get rid of interference and distractions, when you're talking to your kidderz but they're not listening. Check out what Maximized Living says about it?
What's your next step… for you… for your children?
"I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well." Psalm 139:14 (NIV)