This month I've decided to talk about 3 special topics which are dear to me, especially because they're not common topics that many people think about going to a chiropractor to help resolve. We'll be discussing Inflammation, Infertility, and Asthma.
How many times have you been told that Inflammation is BAD? Guess what, I'm here to tell you that inflammation is absolutely necessary to the process of healing. Inflammation actually helps to maintain homeostasis in the body by managing immune function, including T cell mediation to identify and eliminate cancer cells. Yet, so many people are suffering from Chronic Inflammation... too much of a good thing really can be bad. But, why does it get to that point, why doesn't your body know to stop the inflammation when it's purpose has been fulfilled? Are the connections turned on?
Infertility is another hot topic in my world. Current statistics show 1 in 6 couples is infertile. Men and women spend thousands of dollars on fertility treatments so they can continue their dreams of building a family. What if the only thing stopping them from naturally conceiving and having a healthy baby was lack of proper communication between their brain and reproductive organs? What if they knew about getting checked?
An estimated 300 million people worldwide suffer from asthma, with 250,000 annual deaths attributed to the disease. Breathing is controlled by centers in the brain, the main one being the respiratory center in the medulla oblongata of the brain stem. What if messages aren't properly being sent through the brain stem? What would be outcome be if the brain was able to send proper messages to the airways and respiratory system?
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Keywords: health, wellness, inflammation, infertility, asthma, back to school, chiropractor, healing, chronic inflammation, fertility treatment, family, get checked, breathing, brain stem