6 Reasons to See a Chiropractor After the Holidays

By Brandi Swieter 

The holidays end eventually, leaving many people feeling broke, tired, and sore beyond belief. The season is incredibly tense and stressful for most with all there is to do. Visiting a chiropractor after the holidays are over is a huge help in returning to normal life. At least six reasons exist why everyone should be seeing a doctor of chiropractic in the weeks following the holidays. 

Tension from Stress

Stress is at an all-time high during the holiday season. Getting finances together to afford gifts, holiday parties with family, and special dinners are just the beginning. All of the decorating, planning, shopping, wrapping, and other holiday-related activities to accomplish put even more tension in the body. Once all of the commotion is over it's important for people to visit the chiropractor so they can find some relief and de-stress both their minds and bodies. 

Pain Due to Traveling

Travel is common during the holiday season. Some drive just a city or state away to visit family while others fly to a faraway destination for a vacation when they have the time off work already because of Christmas and New Year's. No matter the reason or mode of transportation, traveling can put significant strain on the body. Sitting in a car for hours on end can quickly lead to back pain, and being cramped in an airplane seat next to annoying neighbors can be a cause for tension and stress. Another trip is needed straight to the chiropractor's office to remove joint restrictions caused by traveling and ease any discomfort felt because of it. 

Ice and Outdoor Activities

Ice is commonly seen on the roadways and sidewalks during the holidays. Some people may see snow they need to shovel while others simply need to salt their driveways to eliminate the ice build-up. Either way, outdoor winter activities like these are cause for concern because they tend to bring about many slips and falls. Seeing the chiropractor after this occurs may help ease pain and promote a better range of motion for those having a hard time getting up and around after they've taken a tumble. 

Cold and Flu Season

Visiting family with sick children, being in close proximity to others at stores, and just because it's cold outside in general, are all possible reasons that the cold and flu season hits at the same time as the holidays. A chiropractic adjustment helps to boost the immune system. Blockages are removed and the blood can flow efficiently, ensuring better health overall. If you're getting over sickness or just starting to feel the onset of it, then a visit to the chiropractor is in order. 

Feelings of Depression

Not everyone has a merry Christmas. Some people have no family to visit and end up spending the day alone. Visiting a chiropractor is good in these cases because it helps to boost the functioning of the nervous system. With properly working systems, no pain, and less tension from stress in the body, it's easier to fight off feelings of depression and experience a better mood. 

It's a New Year's Resolution

Some people vow to be healthier in the new year. This may mean eating better and exercising more. Discussing safe exercise routines and the best foods for better health is possible when seeing a chiropractor. If people have New Year's resolutions to start taking their health more seriously then that is more than reason enough to visit a chiropractor after the holidays. 

A visit to the chiropractor is often just what people need after the holidays commence. See a doctor at The Joint Chiropractic to experience feelings of well-being. Your wellness is all that matters. 

To learn more about your health, wellness, and fitness, see your local chiropractor at The Joint Chiropractic in Phoenix, Ariz.

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