Muscle weakness is most commonly caused by a lack of space for blood flow, lymphatic drainage, cerebral spinal fluid flow, and/or nerve conduction. Inflammation causes swelling. Swelling takes up space and interferes with the appropriate movement of the body’s fluids and energies, thereby contributing to muscle weakness. Quick Self Fixes make weak muscles instantly strong by making space for the movement of life’s fluids and energies.

Sometimes muscles will not become strong until infammation is reduced. Quick Self Fixes may not work when signifcant swelling is present.

The swelling caused by infammation commonly contains proteins with the consistency of gelatin that fll in spaces within living tissue. The infammation is not a liquid; it is the consistency of “Jello.” The swelling is stuck and cannot easily be moved out because of its gel-like consistency