Back Pain, neck pain, and headaches.
These are all symptoms that the general public can feel, and experience an immediate change in when it comes to chiropractic care.
Did you know that chiropractic actually has a tremendously positive effect on organ health, including the health of your heart?
In a simplified explanation, when the spine subluxates or stiffens up (this happens easily, with today’s tech postures and low movement lifestyles) it begins to send a distress signal to the brain.
This distress signal puts the body in to what’s called, a fight or flight response.
The fight or flight response triggers a series of reactions in the body, that elevates the chronic stress levels. What happens when you’re in stress, is blood pressure elevates, heart rate increases, adrenaline increases, cortisol rises, and hormone changes. This can cause long term inflammatory issues in the blood vessels of the body, and heart.
Research shows that chiropractic immediately helps the body to move better, and the stress response gets regulated. One Chicago based study showed that an upper neck chiropractic adjustment, has a tremendously beneficial impact on people with high people pressure.
Day in and day out, a key measure of health is how our body recovers from the many stressors it encounters. This is chiropractic’s main benefit, helping the body better adapt to stress. In a world that’s life changing, we believe that the lives we lead necessitate good chiropractic and spinal care. Every person should have a chiropractor periodically checking, and helping to care for their spine and central nerve system.
Your heart is important, and it’s operationally controlled by your brain via your nerves, that run through your spine.
That’s why chiropractic care is good for your heart.