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May 24, 2017
There are many possible causes of persistent muscle inhibition, but they all involve what we can call dysfunctional proprioception, i.e., a disruption of normal proprioception, those crucial messages nerve sensors are sending back to the brain and nervous system.
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When we think of reflexes, we typically think of an unexpected reaction to an outside stimulus. We might duck in response to a loud sound, dodge if we see something coming towards us, retract if we touch something hot, or pull away if we stand on something sharp.
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