Help Enhance Your Brain-Body Coordination With Chiropractics
If you’re feeling stressed, it could be affecting more than just your mood. Too much stress can cause real health issues such as obesity, insomnia and heart disease.
Experts say that stress causes the body to go into survival mode by changing its cardiovascular and endocrine function, in order to prepare for a stressful event. When this occurs, the body increases its cortisol production. When this happens for a long period of time it can cause disease to manifest. Chiropractic treatment has been shown to ease this disruption through manipulations and adjustments.
An abundance of stress can disrupt how the body sends information to the brain, such as the messages that go from organs and muscles to brain receptors. This creates a lowered immune system, disrupted digestive function, fatigue and increased blood pressure. The increased cortisol in the body causes the ligaments to lose protein and become lax. These weakened joints occur all over the body, including in the spine. The spinal irritations are called subluxations, and they can interfere with neurological feedback. This physical stress contributes to the cortisol production, and if they aren’t corrected it can cause long-term injuries on the body such as osteoarthritis and other degenerative diseases.
Chiropractic care is able to correct these spinal subluxations by shutting down the stress, and restoring normal hormone levels. Once the body begins the process of resetting through chiropractic adjustments, it can start to heal. Frequent adjustments can enhance the body’s coordination abilities. These results contribute to how chiropractic improves balance, coordination and mobility through spinal manipulations.
If feel like you are having trouble with your brain-body coordination due to high stress or other reasons, chiropractic could be the treatment you are looking for to get all-natural, low-risk care. Chiropractic isa way to improve your quality of life without the use of medications or surgery.
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