Do You Have The Patience To “Get Better”?
Do you have the patience to get better? As Americans we have a ‘fast-food’ mentality. We want and need things NOW. Anything that takes time has to come with a warning label! Who would enforce the warning label though? There are entire industries out there hoping that you are looking for the ‘quick fix’ and will feed on your need for speed. We are becoming a society that expects the ‘quick fix’. However, we will almost always become disappointed with the results. What happened to patience? We must learn the virtue of patience. With patience comes results…in everything.
Do Not Neglect The Time
Once you go to a chiropractor you will have to keep going for the rest of your life. Have you heard this before? In a way, it is true. Your chiropractor should explain to you why this is. Chiropractic care allows the body to heal and adapt to both external and internal stressors without taking medication, invasive shots, surgeries or other forms of western medicine. Chiropractic care enables your body to accomplish this by focusing on the central nerve system (CNS). With a healthy CNS you will have a healthy body. It’s a fact. It’s proven. It’s science. It’s the truth and no one can dispute the significance of a healthy CNS. What is required with chiropractic care? Patience and time. The body requires time to heal. For example, Think of how much damage is done to your tissue cells when you break a bone or get a cut on your hand. Anything that damages the TISSUE CELL requires time to repair and heal. There is a lot to rebuild.
Patience Is Needed, Oh Tissue Cell
The tissue cell requires your patience. Want to build muscle by lifting weights? Change the tissue cell. Want to learn to play the guitar? Change the tissue cell. Want to change improper curves in your spine? Change the tissue cell. We can keep going on and on about other examples, but what all of this points back to is the word patience. When your CNS is not adapting correctly, the tissue cell learns negative memory. Change the memory with positive repetitive actions, e.g., chiropractic care. This is why your chiropractor will tell you to come back again. #getchecked