Pelvic Posture is a huge problem for most people searching for a natural hernia cure. Many of us suffer from Anterior Pelvic Tilt which is what creates the environment for a hernia to occur by putting undo tension on the muscles surrounding the inguinal canal. I’ve foound Correct Pelvic Posture to be one of the most important components of an overall hernia healing strategy.
I’ve been getting a lot of comments and questions through Facebook and Youtube about the exercises that I do to heal my hernia. Everybody seems to be focused on the exercises. Everybody thinks that they could just do the exercises, and nothing else, and that they’ll be able to fix their hernia. I don’t think that’s the right way to go about it.
A lot of people are asking me “How long did you do the exercises before the lump went away?”, but that’s not really how it happened for me. The first thing I had to do, was I had to get my mind straight. This is when I just made the decision that I wasn’t going to get hernia surgery no matter what, and that I was going to do whatever it took to be able to heal my hernia naturally. At the same time, I started working on my pelvic posture. Those two things really are what started the healing process for me. Within three weeks of working on my pelvic posture along with adopting this new mindset, the hernia shrank to less than half the size than it was at it’s worst. The exercises didn’t come until later. I just stacked the exercise on top of what I was already doing to get my pelvis straightened out.
I just don’t want you guys to get ultra-focused on just exercises the whole time, because for me, that wasn’t the first thing that I did that started to get it to heal. I just wanted to clarify that to make sure that it was understood that there was other stuff going on before I found any that had a positive effect on healing the hernia.
The mindset component is just as important as anything else in th entire equation. Imagine trying to go to the store if you don’t know what store you’re going to. You would just drive around in circles because you don’t know where you’re going. You have to have an end goal in mind. You have to have a place to go. You have to have a vision of what it looks like to be healed and keep that vision in your head. What’s it going to look and feel like when you throw the hernia belt in the trash and go do jumping jacks without having to worry about the hernia popping out? That clear vision is what you need to strive for first and foremost before you do anything else.
Then, get your pelvic posture in line, make sure you’re not eating foods that are inflammatory in your gut, work on getting the right, then put some effort into the exercises. The exercise is just stacked on top of it to make sure that the muscles are strong enough to hold everything back once you get your body situated to a point where it’s ready to start being able to handle it.
I hope that makes sense!
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