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Posted on 09-29-2016
Are you one of the millions of Americans who suffer from chronic fatigue? Do you constantly feel tired and worn out regardless of how much sleep you get or how much caffeine you consume? Did you know that regular chiropractic adjustment can help you break this cycle of perpetual exhaustion?
One of the founding principles of chiropractic medicine is the idea that a steady flow of electricity through the nerves of the body are vital to maintaining good health and good energy levels. Poor posture can not only cause back, neck and shoulder pain, but can also interfere with this flow of electricity. This interruption in energy flow can leave you feeling tired and washed out.
Poor posture can also cause problems with spinal alignment. While the most common symptom of spinal alignment is pain, it can also sap your energy and cause fatigue. This is due to the need for your body to work extra-hard to maintain proper balance along the spine and move correctly while fighting against the effects of spinal misalignment. You can get a full night’s sleep, and yet still feel tired during the day due to the amount of energy your body expends in a an effort to overcome the slight imbalances caused by a misaligned spine.
Chiropractic medicine restores optimum energy levels by re-aligning the spine so that your body is correctly balanced. Proper spinal alignment will restore normal energy levels, leaving you refreshed, more alert, and free of the symptoms of persistent fatigue.
However, treatment should not stop there.
Regular spinal adjustments to maintain proper alignment will help keep you healthy and energetic.
At Lexington Family Chiropractic we strive to provide compassionate, comprehensive chiropractic care to all members of your family.
Contact us today to learn more about the many health benefits chiropractic care can provide.
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