Your Circulation: Improved with Chiropractic!
By Sara Butler
Do you suffer from cold hands and feet? Well, the time you slipped and fell or that old sports injury you nursed may be the reason you're experiencing symptoms. Even lifting things wrong can lead to circulation issues later – unless you see a chiropractor. Any old injury can result in decreased blood flow through your body, but the solution to this problem is quite simple. All you need is a chiropractic adjustment!
The Importance of Proper Circulation
For your overall health and comfort, circulation is quite important. The blood that flows through the body brings nutrients and oxygen to every cell. If one vertebra, or more, is out of alignment while suffering from joint restrictions or dysfunction, then circulation can be compromised. The nerves become irritated and then you get cold, tingling extremities. Regular chiropractic adjustments can help to keep these small problems from turning into much larger ones, impacting your circulation and overall health.
How Chiropractic Adjustments Help
When your vertebrae are suffering from joint dysfunctions or restrictions, reduced blood flow can occur. This can be very serious when you’re talking about the blood flow to the brain because dysfunctions or restrictions in the bones of your neck can result in:
- Visual problems
- Decreased hearing
- Possibly higher chance of strokes
Chiropractic adjustments can help to improve circulation by treating the joint restrictions and dysfunctions present in the spine, releasing pressure from the nerves and restoring circulation.
What is Causing Your Circulation Issues?
The chiropractors at The Joint are trained to help patients discover what is going on under the surface, and pinpoint why they may be having trouble with their circulation. Some problems are caused by joint dysfunctions and restrictions, but there may be other issues too. If you can take a few minutes out of your day to seek the help of a chiropractor, then you are on the road to figuring out how to keep your body healthy and functioning at its best. If you can combine chiropractic with some stress relief techniques, then you are on the road to a better quality of life with increased circulation!
If you’re worried about symptoms you may be experiencing with decreased circulation, come into The Joint Chiropractic today for a consultation. Our chiropractors can get to the heart of the matter and discover why you may be experiencing symptoms.
To learn more about your health and wellness, see your local chiropractor at The Joint Chiropractic.