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Relieving Spinal Nerve Pressure Can Help Reduce Digestive Stress

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Digestive stress can often be traced back to nervous system and spinal disorders. Nerve compression can exist without pain and bring down the body's ability to deal with stress. There have been several cases where minor spinal adjustments have helped treat chronic digestive problems such as colitis, irritable bowel syndrome and Crohn's disease.

Digestive stress is a frequent visitor in many households during the holidays. Diets change, as do sleep and work habits. People will blame these lifestyle changes for the digestive stress they are experiencing, and while this can be partially true, there often is an underlying cause in the spine and nervous system.

Vertebral Subluxation: Cause For Digestive Disorder

The nervous system controls your digestion and every other function of your body. A vertebral subluxation or a spinal injury interfering with the normal function of your nervous system in the area responsible for healthy digestion can cause many types of digestive stress.

A case study in 2003, published in the Journal of Vertebral Subluxation Research, revealed that a 32-year old female patient had her chronic condition of colitis relieved when subluxation was detected.

Another case study from the same source reported that of 17 Crohn’s disease patients who received spinal adjustments, 12 showed long-term and stable remission. The findings concluded that vertebral subluxation is a common and characteristic finding in patients with Crohn’s disease and allergies.

In another published case study, a young woman had been afflicted with Irritable Bowel Syndrome or IBS symptoms once or twice a week for five years. After one adjustment, she noticed an easing of symptoms and within a short time all of her digestive problems disappeared. When the report was published two years later, she was still symptom-free.

Dealing With Stress

Many people deal with stress through deep breathing, meditation, exercise and healthy food choices. These are all very good things to do as part of your lifestyle to counter-balance stress.

However, if your nervous system is pre-stressed from subluxations, the slightest deviation from the “perfect” stress management plan can send you into a frustrating, uncomfortable, or painful digestive tailspin.

Research shows that it only takes the weight of a dime to reduce nerve transmission. Additional research has found that nerve compression can exist without pain and can cause deterioration within two weeks.

In this pre-stressed condition, your body becomes more vulnerable to outside stresses while other people who are subluxation-free may be much more resistant to stress.

Crisis care is one way to deal with stress by only receiving chiropractic care when you are hurt. A better option is to make the critical transition to Lifestyle Care, keeping your nerve system healthy all the time. This will help you to stress less, live more, and enjoy the quality of life you deserve for 80, 90, 100 years and beyond.

© 2015. The Family Practice, Inc., Dr. Eric Plasker and The 100 Year Lifestyle. All Rights Reserved.
This article is provided by South Florida Rehabilitation and Wellness Center your 100 Year Lifestyle Affiliate Chiropractor in Miami FL.

Dr. Aixa Goodrich

Dr. Aixa Goodrich received a Bachelor of Science in Human Biology from Logan College and a Doctorate from Logan College of Chiropractic. In 1998, she was selected as "Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges & Universities" for her academics and persona. The Journal of Neuromuscular Systems recognized her dedication to health and wellness by publishing her work on Grand Round Discussion on Systemic Lupus Erythematosus. Today, Dr. Aixa Goodrich treats patients of all ages, including infants and seniors, which have given her a wealth of experience, allowing her to best fit the needs of her patients. With a commitment to providing quality care through a culture of caring and excellence, Dr. Aixa Goodrich has completely redefined the health and wellness experience of those she serves.

Dr. Aixa Goodrich

Dr. Aixa Goodrich received a Bachelor of Science in Human Biology from Logan College and a Doctorate from Logan College of Chiropractic. In 1998, she was selected as "Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges & Universities" for her academics and persona. The Journal of Neuromuscular Systems recognized her dedication to health and wellness by publishing her work on Grand Round Discussion on Systemic Lupus Erythematosus. Today, Dr. Aixa Goodrich treats patients of all ages, including infants and seniors, which have given her a wealth of experience, allowing her to best fit the needs of her patients. With a commitment to providing quality care through a culture of caring and excellence, Dr. Aixa Goodrich has completely redefined the health and wellness experience of those she serves.

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