A reactive state is said to exist when activation of one muscle causes other muscles to malfunction. Symptoms include:
Pain, weakness, and/or restricted range of motion.
These are the same symptoms that we use in HYPERTON-X to define the hypertonic state of muscles. Therefore, employing the concept of guilt by association, a reactive muscle is also hypertonic. Most often the reactive state is corrected by the HYPERTON-X correction:
Isometric contraction (25%) of force) in extension, for six seconds while exhaling. Repeat until muscle has reached full range of motion.