Which are the differences between a hard a soft approach and which is better for you?
Who decides to try a Rectifier has two roads in front: a hard approach and a soft approach.
The main differences that separate these two approaches consists essentially of the usage time of the Rectifier and its effects.
Starecta was born some years ago with a very radical approach: according to the original approach all the Body Balancers should have worn the Rectifier for 24 hours a day and remove it just for few hours, had they perceived some particular discomfort. This way the body would have enjoyed all the effects of a bio mechanical postural balance with no interruptions.
However, over time we have realized that there are people that do not want to apply Starecta in a radical manner, but at the same time want to enjoy some of its benefits. This is the reason why we have invented the soft approach. The soft approach provides the body the temporary support at some hours of the day: during our workout, against back pains, to avoid gnashing teeth at night, to breathe better, etc.
Now let’s have a look at the pros and cons of these two different approaches, hard and soft.
(Wearing the Rectifier between 16 and 22 hours for 3-5 years)
Wearing a Rectifier in practice all the time, provides huge benefits for body balancing, however there are also some disadvantages.
The Pros are:
1) It is possible to deal with symptoms that were formerly unthinkable to deal with like shown in the postural table or running through the many witnesses on our website (Symptoms Table).
2) A Hard approach provides a better stability and strength to the body even for the few hours when the Rectifier is not worn. Additionally, it allows to carry out balancing for the whole route.
3) A hard approach allows after 3 – 5 years of usage to have a straight, stable and well-balanced body. A hard approach literally changes the body removing muscles torsions and damaging strains that create pain and make impossible to carry out some movements.
4) After having applied for about 3-5 years the Starecta method and a definitive orthodontic work, your body won’t need the Rectifier any longer.
The Cons are:
With the hard approach you will have to wear the Rectifier from 16 to 22 hours a day for the outcome not to be lost and the balancing to be carried out until achieving a symmetrical posture.
People that suffer from severe dorsal total kyphosis and lumbar total lordosis applying a hard approach will create a hollow space in the premolar and molar area that is not filled up by the teeth. This is due to the fact that the skull having placed in a more ideal postural position, higher compared to before, is stretching the spine. This will create some space, right in the molar and premolar area, out of the skull tilt change with regards to the mandible
It is possible that the Rectifier constant pressure during the hard approach may push the teeth in for some millimetre
It is possible that during a hard approach the mandible would reach a temporarily more forwarded position with regards to normality in order for the body posture to benefit from that (increasing the effectiveness of the leverage effect), especially for the second-class groups. Around the end of the balancing the mandible will go back into its original position.
Due to the work of the Rectifier on the torsions of the body it is possible that small motions of the teeth may happen. The skull hinges on the Rectifier in order to decompress and relieve all muscular strains that exist in the body. This way nerves, blood vessels, veins and organs are decompressed. The body unscrews literally like a bottle cap; however, the continuous work of the Rectifier can cause small motions of the teeth, easily fixable with an orthodontic work.
(Wearing the Rectifier for 4-5 hours a day/night or during sport activity, forever)
A soft approach is ideal for those that want to start Starecta, because it allows to experiment almost all the benefits of the Rectifier without getting the disadvantages. A soft approach is perfect for those that gnash their teeth at night and do not breathe well, or for those that wish to improve their performances in the gym. This is a very useful approach because it ensures stability and symmetry in those moments when your body would need them the most.
A soft approach allows to have stability and symmetry of the muscles and to balance the posture when worn, however when removed you will go back to the previous position without causing any change in your body. This is the reason why it is widely recommended to those that are still hesitant. With a soft approach, the Rectifier can be used every time you feel the need to wear it.
The Pros are:
It allows to balance immediately your body and improve your posture in a natural and biomechanical manner. You will be able to stand up straight even without thinking of that. You will be able to stand up straight with no effort.
It allows to have immediately an increase of strength in all of your body, in all of your muscles.
It allows to counterbalance the strength in all of your muscles in equal shares. If for instance you
have a limb that is weaker than the other one or a part of your body that is weaker, or even one eye that is smaller than the other, it allows to counterbalance immediately all the muscles of your body.
It allows to fix many symptoms like cervical pain, protruding skull and shoulders, facial asymmetries, pain at higher and lower back, it allows to remedy dorsal total kyphosis and lumbar total lordosis, tmj issues, tinnitus, improves breathing, fixes nightly gnashing, fixes neurological issues and muscular contractions caused by vagal compressions etc.
It allows to train much more effectively in the gym. Those that wear it while exercising, are able to load more weight and carry out the exercises symmetrically with many more repetitions.
It allows to be aware of your own body and of your own posture understanding why until now you have suffered so much because of your postural issues, of nerves, muscles and tendons having been compressed.
It won’t create any space in your mouth,
The Cons are:
The balancing is carried out only when the plug and play is plugged but soon as it is removed the action stops and you will swing back into the previous position with few permanent changes having been achieved
You cannot go on towards a complete body balancing. However, if you do not have severe issues and have the need to fix severe symptoms, a soft approach remains the best choice for people that do not want to change their body. A soft approach allows anyway to delete many symptoms and improve the gym workout.
Anyway, for those that still feel a bit hesitant I absolutely recommend to use a soft approach. A soft approach allows you to better understand the feeling of wellbeing provided by a proper posture, the higher amount of power available, the reduction of important symptoms, with no risk. A soft approach, for neophytes and for more hesitant people, represents the best way to start, in order to familiarise with your own body.
After having begun with a soft approach it will always be possible to switch to a hard approach and keep on balancing your body achieving all the desired benefits.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/6″][/vc_column][/vc_row]