When we subject our bodies to the labours of exerting force such as when we get out for our morning run or when we hit the gym to lift heavy weight, we experience physical stress. When we fuss and worry too much about work, deadlines, or problems in the family, we experience emotional stress.
And when we eat processed food, consume too much alcohol, and even when we stake our daily dose of medications, we willingly subject ourselves chemical stress.
In small doses, stress helps us keep our senses up and alert. It even helps us perform better under pressure. But when it gets a little too much, overwhelming stress progress into chronic stress which easily triggers the onset of more serious health problems, Among others, these include depression, anxiety, high-blood pressure, heart disease, asthma, gastrointestinal problems, and even Alzheimer’s disease.
HOW CHIROPRACTIC CARE COUNTERACTS STRESS
When constantly confronted with too stressful situations, the body often suffers from undesirable structural changes that interfere with the otherwise optimal communication between the brain and the body. This undesirable interference often results from misalignment in the spinal vertebrae.
Technically referred to as spinal subluxation, spinal misalignment ultimately results to some degree of anatomical dysfunction, which makes the body more vulnerable to unwanted health problems.
At its every core, chiropractic care works toward freeing the body of any existing spinal misalignments. By delivering the necessary adjustments to the spine, thereby fixing spinal subluxations, chiropractic care optimises the nerve system. An already optimised nerve system easily translate to stress release and effective management of anxiety.
CHIROPRACTOR IN CANBERRA
For safe and effective chiropractic solutions, visit your local Chiropractor In Canberra as Canberra Spine Centre. Canberra Spine Centre houses a team of chiropractic experts who are committed to making world-class chiropractic care readily available to the local Canberra community and its neighbouring regions. Call us at (02) 6257 9400. Or simply book an appointment online.