the range of motion increases - the adjustment of the range of motion is done by the brain (if there are no extra anatomical obstacles, e.g. pseudo-joint, joint fixation, scarring, etc.), what does it take? To calm the brain. Parasympathetic relaxation occurs after an immediate sympathetic shock due to the initially small traction force of the cup or the high traction force of the cup applied with great force.strong local circulation stimulation, an abundance of blood is achieved - measure: the cup achieves 400% local metabolic stimulation. After taking it off (about 2 minutes), it slowly fades away, it does not fall back immediately.greatly improved tissue oxygenation, nutrient supply - good local circulation means better oxygenation and nutrients arriving in abundance, along with metabolic end products that are finally flowing well.The dome is more of a fascial eye:it dissolves adhesions (=adhesion) - that's why the place is swollen, because the capillary trapped by the adhesion is not elastic (because the adhesion is not elastic, the capillary would be just that), therefore, when the tissue is lifted, the small capillaries break along with the adhesion. Immobilization (because it was operated on, because it was torn, because it was broken, or because it "just" hurts, so it doesn't use it, or because it "just" fears, so it doesn't use it, or because it does sitting/standing work, so it doesn't use it) very quickly (it can be measured in hours ) within a period of time results in tiny, then larger and larger spider webs and felt tangles. In the body, many things belong to other things. Think about it: the muscles that extend my knee have to move together when I stand up from a squat, but it can't attach to a muscle that bends, because then I won't be able to stretch. At the same time, these adhesions occur (anywhere on the body), and if they represent a large enough physical force, they will inhibit, narrow, slow down movements, and destabilize joints. Adhesions should therefore be sought and released if releases scars - the difference between a scar and an adhesion is not much.

There was an injury at the scar, the tissue cannot regenerate itself, so replacement tissue, hard, tight fascia is built in: the scar. In adhesion, the adhesion occurs without any previous injury to the area. Adhesion requires an immobile state. Injury to the scar. The adhesion can be solved, the scar never goes away,but with the superficial mobilization of the scar fascia, local proprioception improves - 85% of our proprioceptors are in the superficial fascia, if their operating conditions are given, the brain gets a clearer picture of the periphery, so it can regulate it more precisely. Lymph flow improves (because the superficial lymphatic channels and smaller lymphatic capillaries are in the superficial fascia), nociception (feeling of pain) decreases ("the situation is not so dangerous anymore", the free nerve endings tell the brain), among other things, improved circulation, therefore improved due to local chemistryby mobilizing the superficial fascia, the supply of oxygen to the local tissue, the outflow of carbon dioxide, the flow of nutrients and the flow of metabolic end products will be improveddue to the surface mobilization, blockages of the skin nerves are resolved, numbness and radiation disappear, if they are not radical or at all: they were real neurologicaltraction therapy, to which one type of mechanoceptor (Ruffini) reacts with reflexive relaxation in the connective tissue, due to which "the muscle relaxes" and "the extensibility of the muscle increases"

The dome with a neurological eye:a strong mechanical stimulus, which conducts faster because its fibers are richly myelinated, while nociceptors conduct slowly because their fibers are unmyelinated. Furthermore, the strong mechanical stimulus activates an inhibition, which leads to a decrease in nociception (danger perception) even in the posterior and middle horn of the same segment in the spinal cord. Overall, cupping reduces the brain's fear of a physical improving proprioception, the body's stress level decreases, so no matter where I hug someone (local or nearby, far away, it doesn't matter), the brain can see the periphery better, its ability to predict will be better, so it can figure out what is happening to the body in the next moment and it calms the brain. Fear and uncertainty are the biggest enemies of the brain. Therefore, the fear of the brain has decreased, which is why it no longer responds so violently, perhaps that part of the body no longer hurts.a strong sensory stimulus in one area of the body improves proprioception in adjacent parts of the body that are not even affected (this happens above in the cerebral cortex)the strong sensory stimulus improves motor skills in the treated area, but also in neighboring areas, even though we are not aware of it (this also happens above in the cerebral cortex)