When a muscle is monitored and observed to be in any of the states of stress other than homeosta-stress, it is impossible to immediately determine exactly how far the muscle is away from the homeosta-stress condition. It is possible that a single correction – perhaps a spindle organ squeeze technique – will return the muscle to homeosta-stress. When a muscle is returned to homeosta-stress by a single appropriate spindle organ technique, then the muscle was at the threshold stress level or, in other words, exhibiting 1 power of stress. The other possibility is that the muscle will require a number – 2 or 20 or 200 – of spindle organ stimulations (or other modality stimulations) to return the muscle to the homeosta-stress state. Each of these manipulations takes the muscle one power of stress closer to homeosta-stress, These powers of stress represent degrees of muscular chemo-electro-magnetic polarity that must be reduced in amplitude bit by bit before the muscle can be returned to homeosta-stress. Long before a tissue or organ demonstrates anatomical or physiological changes that are obvious, it will manifest powers of stress that an Applied Physiology (AP) practitioner can observe and work on.
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