Stress

Stress

 

 

  

 
How well do you adapt to...

…stress?

Regardless of your particular response, the function of your nervous system is involved. That’s why chiropractic can be so helpful.

 
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The chiropractic approach to stress is to help normalize the function of your nervous system by removing interferences caused by the Vertebral Subluxation Complex. Finding the “weak links” in your spine (the major communication pathway of your nervous system) and helping restore better function, can make a profound difference in your response to stress.

It may not be possible to remove the stress from a busy life. However, with the help of your chiropractic doctor, you can respond better to the unique challenges you face.

 

How does stress affect you.

For some, it’s an upset stomach. For others, recurring headaches, back pain, or muscle stiffness. Still others respond with nervous twitches, allergic reactions, or sensitivities to chemicals.

 

 

· REFERENCES ·

 

Cailliet, R., M.D., Pain; Mechanism and Management, F. A. Davis Company, 1993.

Faye, L., D.C., Good Bye Back Pain, Tale Weaver Publishing, 1990.

Selye, Hans, M.D., The Stresses of Life, McGraw-Hill, 1984.

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