Chiropractic Helps Reduce Your Stress & Improve Your Health

  • Does constant pain leave your feeling irritable at the end of the day?
  • Is your stress level creating tension in your back and neck?
  • Are there days when you just feel "out of control?

If you're finding it difficult to cope with stress, chiropractic may be your answer. Let chiropractic help balance your nervous system - naturally - so you Can feel your best every day!

Let's face it: life's demands can be challenging at times. And most medical experts agree that stress can aggravate or even cause certain illnesses. That's why you don't want to ignore your symptoms of stress.

To enjoy optimal physical and emotional well-being, your body must receive the proper supply of nerve impulses where they are needed most. Nerve interference can result in abnormal nerve function which can lead to anything from neck pain, headaches and nervousness - to fatigue and more!

Everyday stress can adversely affect your spinal health. That's why you need regular spinal exams.

As your Doctor of Chiropractic, we can identify your spinal dysfunction and correct musculoskeletal imbalances.

Now! Discover how you can feel more relaxed, energized, and enjoy good health naturally!

Stop the Cycle of "Nervous Tension"

Emotional stress often builds up in the form of physical tension in your neck, shoulders, and back muscles. Today so many people are "used to" living with the adverse side effects of stress, they forget what it's like living without them.

Don't let your stress turn into a vicious cycle! The more pressure on your nerves, the tighter your muscles become. And the tighter your muscles, the more pressure on your nerves, which interferes with proper nerve transmission.

Spinal adjustments help to relieve muscle tension and regulate your nervous system so you can feel more balanced and energetic. In fact, Patients often report how much more relaxed the feel following an adjustment, and more importantly - how much better they feel over the long-term with monthly maintenance care!

The "Stress" Test

Do you suffer from tension headaches, a stiff neck, or a
nagging backache? You could be suffering from a
musculoskeletal imbalance!

  • Do you experience feelings of anxiety or nervousness?
  • Do you have tense muscles or muscle spasms?
  • Do you experience light-headedness, weakness, or a tight feeling in your chest?
  • Do you have chronic stomach problems?
  • Are you often irritable, jumpy, or easily angered for no apparent reason?

If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, Chiropractic could help your problem.

Chiropractic is a Natural Way to Combat Stress.

Schedule Your Spinal Exam Today!

Chiropractic Can Change Your Life for the Better!

As your Doctor of Chiropractic, we can help you take control of your own health. The first step toward a more relaxed stated of mind beings with recognizing the symptoms of stress.

We'll also talk about diet, exercise, and lifestyle changes that can help you manage your stress. Finally, receiving a program of regular chiropractic care can help keep your nervous system balanced.

Chiropractic is not a "cure" for serious nervous disorders and it doesn't mean you'll never experience stress in your life.

This natural approach to stress management simply means that when your vertebrae are adjusted back to their normal position, one possible cause of your stress can be corrected.

The role of chiropractic is simply to help your body heal itself. You'll be amazed to see just how calm and "in control" you can feel again without the harmful side effects of drugs. Call our office today!

"…Every stress can adversely affect your spinal health. That's why you need regular spinal exams."

Chiropractic Can Help You "Manage Your Stress"

It may surprise you that your feelings of stress may have nothing at all to do with "the stress" in your life. Poor posture, prolonged sitting, and accident, or even an old injury can lead to spinal stress and muscle tension. Chronic pain and muscle tension can actually cause you to experience nervousness and irritability.

Vertebral subluxation, or spinal misalignment, often produces an irritation of the nerve roots which between the vertebrae. Even a slight misalignment of spinal vertebrae can cause significant nerve interference. This pressure creates a "roadblock" that can affect your physical and emotional health.

Your symptoms of stress may, in fact, be associated with nerve interference caused by spinal misalignment, built-up scar tissue, poor circulation, or muscle strain. If so, you may feel more relaxed simply by correcting the underlying structural problem and that's exactly what chiropractic can do for you by realigning your spine!

Chiropractors are highly skilled in locating spinal misalignments and restoring spinal integrity. Chiropractic care helps to ensure that vital nerve energy is flowing throughout your body.

When you're not in pain and aren't living with chronic tension, you're better equipped to handle life's challenges. And that's a great way to star your day!

Study Shows Chiropractic Can Reduce Anxiety

A small study of college students revealed that spinal manipulation actually reduce their level of anxiety. The student's heart rate and fearful state were assessed before, during and after viewing a fear-provoking stimulus. A spinal adjustment was given while in the fearful state.

Tests were performed again and compared to the results taken before the adjustment. Researchers found, "spinal manipulation significantly decreased the intensity of emotional arousal reported by phobic (fearful) subjects."

This study supports the belief that chiropractic adjustments can effectively reduce stress naturally!

Call to schedule your appointment today!

Dr. RAMI J. TOUEG
10697 Wiles Rd
Coral Springs, FL 33076
(954) 341-4500

 

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