Stress Affects the Nervous System
Wake up late, get kids ready for school, eat on the way out the door, late for work, major presentation, big wigs are in town, fast-food for lunch, pick up kids, soccer practice, run to post office, sprint into Target, pick up dry-cleaning, pick up kids, homework, frozen pizza for dinner, oh my gosh Suzy needs her uniform washed, get kids to bed, finally check work email at home, watch news about all the crime and tragedy in the world, fall into bed, sleep on your stomach, and do it all again the next day. Does this sound familiar?
We do lead stressful lives. Stress comes on in three forms: physical, biochemical, and emotional. Each of them can be just as damaging as the next. Our bodies have an amazing ability to adapt to these stresses until the amount of stress piles up too high. Then we start to notice negative effects on our health. The nervous system can no longer adapt and we develop subluxation, or nerve interference. This interference in our nervous system cuts off nerve flow between our brain and our body. The effects are devastating.
How is your body supposed to function correctly if it can’t even get the information to and from the brain? It doesn’t. We get less and less healthy until we remove the subluxations with chiropractic adjustments and remove the stresses by changing our daily habits. In order to achieve true health, it is imperative that you seek the help of a chiropractor in order to address nerve interference. Without getting adjusted, it is impossible to achieve true wellness. Are you dealing with stress and subluxation? Do you know others who are trying to experience life with a subluxated nervous system, only to watch their health continue to decline? If so, then make use of this information and share it with others. With your help we can change the health of the entire community. Thank you in advance.
With much appreciation,