Did you know your nervous system controls everything in your body? It allows your heart to beat, your lungs to breathe, your bones to move, etc. A unhealthy nervous system leads to many issues both musculoskeletal and visceral. When the nerves that go everywhere cannot communicate effectively with your brain due to misalignments the result is decrease state of health. This decrease state in health include many problems such as pain, visceral issues such as digestive issues, respiratory issues, reproductive issues,weight problems, the list continues.
So how do you keep your nervous system healthy. Chiropractors are trained to analyze the spine and extremities to find and remove these misalignments. Once this misalignment is removed the nervous system can function at its optimal state and allow the rest of the body to function at its best. What does that mean? That means less pain, improved digestive system, respiratory, reproductive system, and all other systems in the body. It is your call you either continue to live life with a subpar nervous system or get chiropractic care and improve your well being and ultimately your life.
Below you will find a chart that shows common signs of dysfunction due to the affected nerve supply. Take a look.
1. Get enough sleep.
Go to sleep 30 minutes before you usually do.
2. Drink a vegetable, fruit, shake every day.
I use spinach, carrots, and a small cup of fruit with water. If you do not like the taste change up the fruit, or add raw honey and lemon.
3. Get chiropractic care regularly.
Chiropractors perform a gentle adjustment that allows the body to heal itself through the nervous system. A healthy nervous system equals a healthier you.
4. Create Goals.
Each month write down the things you want to accomplish whether that is personal, business, or financial.
5. Lastly walk 20 minutes every day.
You do not have to be a gym rat to be healthy. Start a walking routine.
Roswell Chiropractor, Dr. Bates takes care of patients with many health issues. Her goal is to allow you to have the best quality of life possible.