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Posted on 05-19-2016
Subluxations within the spine are usually result of three things: traumas, toxins and thoughts. To further elaborate, subluxations can be a result of physical, chemical or mental stress that has an effect on your mind and body. Our chiropractors do our best to provide you with the adjustments necessary to fix these subluxations in your spine. However, even when we provide you with the perfect adjustment, what you do outside of our clinic is just as important, so it would be beneficial to find ways to watch out for and reduce the stresses in your life that cause these subluxations.
For years, studies have shown the beneficial power of music in reducing stress, whether it’s listening to your favorite track or writing/making music on your own. Music can ease the mind and body into relaxation, especially music of slow and quiet melodies. Although music preference varies between individuals, classical music has appeared to be the most beneficial for stress relief.
Whether you’re on the go or sitting in your office, it’s a great idea to take music around with you to relieve and prevent stressful situations. Stress can have a huge negative impact on the alignment of your spine, and these subluxations can prevent your nervous system from functioning at its greatest potential. Our Mississauga Chiropractors are not only here to help you get your spine back into shape, but to also educate you about the proper ways to take care of your spine on a regular basis. If you have any questions or would like to learn more about the importance of your spinal health, please feel free to contact us at (905) 821-4951.
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