Here I try to present ideas for open minds, it is not worth me saying "this is impossible because it does not match ...", the goal is to stay cool and just taking notes. I present it here because i find it interesting, not to make conclusions.
Second, psyhogenic muscle hyperactivity
is a known phenomenon that causes damages to the muscle fibers, fibrosis and hypertrophy, participating in TOS.
Low secretion of cortisol caused by stress early in life can later cause:
- Activation of Sympathetic system, more stress in later life
- Maybve an over-activity, "action-proness" and "perfectionism" behavior to compensate the lack of steroid, wich may result in strain and overuse
- Chronic inflammation and an inability to reduce it during immune response
It's just interesting to try to make the puzzle