The Uncompromising Allergies Symptoms
Allergies symptoms seem to sprout up during the spring season. As we are gearing up for some amazing hikes, water time, and just being outside we might become limited with possible allergies acting up. After experiencing a “flare up” it can become very debilitating and self-limiting. So, let’s boost that immune system the only natural way that does not involve taking anything! Have your nerves checked for vertebral subuxations (dysfunction in the nerve system). Am I saying that a vertebral subluxation causes allergies symptoms? No. I am saying your body’s immune system is compromised if a vertrebral subluxation is present. Dysfunction in the nerve system causes signs and symptoms to appear in your body. Runny nose, irritated eyes, and sinus pressure can be very debilitating. While you might think it is “normal” that you always have these signs and symptoms, there has to be a CAUSE; a root to the problem.
Chiropractic has been helping individuals combat allergies symptoms for some time and will continue to do so. The way chiropractors do this is by addressing and finding the CAUSE. The cause is the vertebral subluxation that compromises optimal function. Without proper function the immune system becomes compromised. Allow your body to heal with proper communication via chiropractic. Chiropractic adjustments do not cure or treat your signs and symptoms. Chiropractic adjustments enable your body to adapt and allow your nerve system to be properly connected to your immune, GI, and all body systems. Over 50 trillion cells in your body and these all need to make sure they are functioning to their correct ability. This is accomplished by a healthy functioning nerve system. Millions of people are suffering from allergies symptoms. Restore proper communication to your body’s immune system and enjoy the natural wonders of our state worry free.
A 2013 study1 reported that chiropractic adjustments were effective at increasing lung functioning, and some recent research2 shows that chiropractic care can help reduce the symptoms of asthma in some children.
- Engel RM, Vemulpad SR, Beath K. Short-term effects of a course of manual therapy and exercise in people with moderate chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: a preliminary clinical trial. Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics 2013;36(8):490-6
- Pepino VC, Ribeiro JD, Ribeiro MA, de Noronha M, Mezzacappa MA, Schivinski CI. Manual therapy for childhood respiratory disease: A systematic review. Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics 2013;36(1):57-65.