Chest Pain, Heartburn and Indegestion
Chest pain manifests itself more often than not in a mild, nagging ache in the upper back between the shoulder blades which may also include persistent itching. Body stress may also be signalled by a severe stabbing pain in the upper back or chest and can worsen when breathing deeply.
Added to the above, tension in the diaphragm muscle may result in indigestion or heartburn, or a feeling of breathlessness. And this can also be compounded by a constant feeling of hunger.
The most common cause of body stress in the chest and back areas is bad posture and incorrect physical movement whether at work or home. Examples include sitting hunched over a desk, undertaking physical work on a regular basis in the wrong position and lifting heavy objects or holding something up for a long time in the wrong way. Shock or anxiety can also counter act the body’s correct alignment causing a painful spasm of the diaphragm muscle.
All of the above can be corrected with Body Stress Release.