Your Body Is At War!
Your world is constantly assaulting you with physical, emotional, toxic, environmental, and chemical stresses. We are fighting a constant war of adaptation. It is a war of high stakes – your life and health! Life requires constant adaptation.
How Is This War Fought?
Symptoms are the mechanisms your body uses to bring you into balance (or homeostasis). Symptoms may be uncomfortable, but they are necessary. These include diarrhea, vomiting, fever, sneezing, coughing, sweating, shivering (as mentioned above), mucus and pus, skin eruptions, fatigue, lack of appetite (natural fasting), and many more. These are natural ways you cleanse, detox, and heal.
Symptoms are not diseases; they are the cure for diseases. Suppressing symptoms can lead to deeper health problems. Whether or not you’ll get symptoms and how quickly they go away depends on your ability to respond to and adapt to challenges.
Adaption Is Emotional As Well As Physical
Two people may experience great emotional stress, such as divorce or death in a family. One will grieve for a short time and recover, while the other may fall into a prolonged depression. Why? It depends on how well they can adapt.
Chiropractic For Adaptation
Your nervous system: brain, spinal cord, and billions of nerves that travel to every nook and cranny in your body continuously transmit information. Adaptation is dependent upon this communication. You need a healthy nervous system, so it may send messages all over your body so you may adapt most efficiently,
Structural subluxations can interfere with your nervous system, weakening you on many levels. Subluxations may stress your brain, spinal cord, and outlying nerves. Chiropractic care is dedicated to locating and correcting your subluxations, permitting your nervous system to operate with less stress – helping you adapt physically, chemically, and emotionally.
Keep yourself and your family adapting at their peak – get regular chiropractic care for your brain, spinal cord, and nervous system health.
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For Your Health,
Dr. Scott Van Dam