The main constituent of wellness care can be Chiropractic. The main objective of wellness care is preventing the arising or reoccurring of disease rather than curing or reducing pain. Wellness care is also known as preventive care.
Due to the letdowns of modern medicine to shoot down the rate of chronic degenerative diseases such as cancer, heart disease, arthritis, and diabetes, wellness care is getting much more attention. Now a day’s people are getting in control for their own health, by finally recognizing the benefits of wellness care.
The brain is extended in our body to form spinal cord which is cuddled up inside spine. Millions of nerves are bundled inside spinal cord which controls the body function. Brain provides regulation and reaction to the organs when nerve signal flows from organ to brain. A little pressure can cause nerves failure as nerve cells are very sensitive to pressure and are highly dedicated.
Spinal bones rotation or can happen from previous suffering like a fall, sports injury or car accident. The other reason could be sitting curved in front of a computer all day without any exercise. These spinal dislocations also known as subluxations can expand the spinal cord and cause the nerves to go wrong. A less alert nervous system can then lead to injury and problems like headaches or stomach distress.
To help avoiding spinal dislocation and its intrusion with spinal cord and nervous system, chiropractic care is the best way. Wellness Care programs are based on periodic spinal examinations and adjustments. Grounded on the patient’s health history, nutritional supplements and spinal exercises are also prescribed.
Benefits of chiropractic wellness care:
- Helps in keeping spine flexible and joints moveable and healthy.
- Helps in improving posture, and thus energy levels.
- Helps removing pressure from spinal cord allowing nerves to work properly.
- Helps in a more responsive nervous system, reducing chances of “throwing your back out” due to poor muscular coordination.
Need of chiropractic wellness care:
- If you are averse to relying on medications to stay healthy and out of pain.
- If you engage in activities that involve trauma/ stress to the spine, such as long hours sitting at a desk, heavy lifting, or playing contact sports.
- If you have a history of the above, especially sports injuries. You most likely already have areas in your spine that may be placing pressure on your cord.
- If you have bad posture, such as uneven hips, uneven shoulders, a head tilt, or hunched back. It’s best to check yourself in the mirror for these things or ask a friend to observe you because the brain tends to register poor posture as normal, over time.
- If you find yourself frequently low on energy. This can be caused by abnormal breathing patterns and excessive muscle exertion due to spinal misalignments.
- If you suffer from recurring headaches, or get sick (cold, flu, virus) more than once a year. You may have stress to your spinal cord coming from misaligned vertebrae.