Symptoms of chronic fatigue are on the rise.
Do you suffer from fatigue? If so, then you are fully aware of the impact that excessive tiredness can have on your career, personal life, and family.
Fatigue is one of the most common health complaints in America. There are several contributing factors to excessive tiredness. Not receiving the proper rest required by your body is one easily understood reason for chronic fatigue and excessive tiredness. Another underlying cause is stress.
When we think of stress, we often think in terms of emotional stress caused by feelings of worry, fear, and anger. In addition to emotional stress however, the body also must contend with physical stress caused from physical trauma and injury, deteriorating health and improper body function, as well as chemical stress, caused by improper nutrition, alcohol, smoking, prescription, over the counter and illegal drugs and environmental toxins.
One major cause of physical stress is vertebral subluxations (misalignments of the spine). When spinal bones lose their normal position and motion from stress the disturbance to the spine and nerve system begins to affect body function. When body function decreases, the body loses health. Untreated, vertebral subluxations can not only limit your body’s ability to manage stress but can lead to chronicfatigue, headaches, digestive problems, back and neck pain, decreased immunity, and many other conditions.
While many resort to treating these symptoms with medications that does nothing to correct the underlying cause of the problem. There is an alternative to drug therapy!
Regular chiropractic adjustments ensure that you are not only getting relief for your symptoms but are correcting any underlying conditions at the root of the problem by correcting spinal misalignments. Without this interference your body is allowed to regain proper function and overall health improves.
Chiropractic adjustments remove interference to your body’s ability to heal itself naturally:
Your brain controls everything in your body.
The brain does this by sending messages down your spinal cord and then out nerves.
These nerves go to every tissue, organ, and gland in the body.
If a bone is out of place in your spine it causes pressure and irritation to the nerves.
Irritation to nerves affects the way your body links, causing headaches, chronic fatigue, allergies, and sleep problems as well as pain, tension, tingling and numbness.
Left alone, these malfunctions lead to disease.
Removal of nerve irritation, by gentle physical adjustment to vertebrae protecting the nerves, reverses the cause of the problem.