Going Through Pregnancy Like a Rockstar
Pregnancy is a monumental experience for any female…and yes the dad as well! When you are going through pregnancy you “experience” some different things in life! Some of those “experiences” people think are uncontrollable. Morning sickness, nausea, back pain, pelvic pain, shortness of breath etc etc. You must get the idea by now! These symptoms you think are the normal process of pregnancy and you have to deal with it? Wrong, with chiropractic care you can drastically decrease the signs and symptoms you have never experienced before.
Your nerve system is the master controller of EVERYTHING you go through and experience in life. Your nerve system is learning to deal with something growing inside of you, better to have your nerve system rocking and rolling at 100% to battle your new signs and symptoms! Your body begins to adapt to the presence of something else inside of you and without proper communication you exhibit signs and symptoms that people believe are “normal” during pregnancy.
The presence of a vertebral subluxation (what chiropractor’s find and correct) will interfere with the body’s ability to have proper communication back and forth. If your body starts to have improper communication back and forth your body starts to exhibit signs and symptoms (morning sickness, nausea, back pain, pelvic pain, etc etc). Why? Your body is trying to tell you that something is not functioning correct and YES, the presence of a vertebral subluxation is evident!
Vertebral subluxation’s do not equate to healthy changes in your body. Add in a growing baby using up much of your body’s resources to survive and grow within you, and you can begin to see where a subluxation can wreak havoc on the health of a pregnant women. The nerve pressure and tension caused by the spinal compensations in the spine may lead to improper signals to be sent to various organs and tissues. Pressure and tension on the nerves in your mid to upper thoracic spine may lead to decreased function of the heart and / or lungs. This may result in an added shortness of breath. Or maybe high blood pressure, adding to that risk of preeclampsia.
You deserve to have the best chance at a successful pregnancy and childbirth, and you can only do that with a nerve system that is running free and clear of interference. Make sure to get your nerves checked!