Diastasis Detective Program

Module 1: Intro

What does ‘sucking in’ do?

WHAT DOES ‘SUCKING IN’ DO?

Sucking in creates a vacuum effect that forces the abdomen’s contents upwards (not inwards) displacing the digestive organs up and against the diaphragm.

This habitual upwards movement of constantly sucking in, makes processes that should occur naturally in the human body in the other direction downwards, like digestion, pelvic organ/lower-leg circulation, and menstruation quite problematic.