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Posted on 04-14-2015
How Chiropractic Adjustments Help Lessen Stress in Mississauga Residents
In our modern world, stress has been known to be potential cause of many diseases for Mississauga residents. Stress comes in many forms- Physical, chemical and mental stresses. Stress can damage the body in countless ways. The cortisol that gets activated when stress is present can lead to sleepless nights, painful muscle tension, and even decreased brain function.
As stress builds up in the brain, nerve signals channels through the spinal cord, and the signals branches to the many different parts of the body that leads to muscular tension, increased heart rate, shortness of breath and general uneasiness throughout the body. So, how do we decrease the stress in our individual body?
There are a number of ways a Missisauga chiropractor can help stop the cycle of stress from progressing. The most common method is to adjust the spine so that it comes back into proper function. This improves blood circulation, relieves painful nerve irritations, and naturally relaxes the body. The body's natural response is one of relaxation, which reduces stress.
Chiropractors can also recommend several relaxation and stretching techniques that can help proactively reduce stress on a daily basis.
What a chiropractor cannot do is to change your stressful environments like one encounters in Streetsville. A job will always be demanding and family responsibilities can be overwhelming. When there is a healthier response to stress, the body has an opportunity to literally heal itself. A chiropractor can help kick-start the process of decreasing your stress, and help you back on your way to optimal health.
If you're interested in how chiropractic can help with your stress level, please contact the Active Family Chiropractic and Wellness Centre at 905-821-4951.
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