Why Lions, Tigers, Bears and Lifting Fridges While Drinking Whiskey Do Not Mix
This statement itself is stating the obvious, right? Hopefully you read the title and innately knew that this title was absurd and none of these activities or animals should be played with. Now, we are not speaking from experience nor would we condone lifting a fridge while drinking whiskey and messing with lions, tigers, and bears. What’s the purpose of this week’s blog, then? The purpose of this week’s blog is… stating the obvious.
Know Us Before You Need Us.
Most people judge their health by how they feel. Since the first symptom of our Western lifestyle induced diseased state is typically death or some sort of life altering hospital visit, it is safe to say that assessing how you feel is not the most accurate way to measure your health. Stating the obvious.
Know us before you need us. The ‘us’ is in reference to your chiropractor. Only go to your chiropractor when you are in pain…said nobody ever! Only going to the chiropractor when you are in pain is equivalent to eating healthy foods only when you are sick. Stating the obvious.
It does not make sense. Back pain, neck pain, and any kind of pain is no fun. We understand that. While chiropractic can help you with the pain and get you out of pain naturally, it does not mean you are better. Healing the body is a process. Ignore the process of healing and ADAPTING and you will begin the insanity cycle. Stating the obvious.
Can I Get The Quick Fix?
Every cell, organ, and tissue is controlled by your Central Nerve System. Since your spine protects the Central Nerve System, wouldn’t it be a good idea to keep it aligned? Stating the obvious.
The “one and done” adjustment does not work in chiropractic nor in life. Buyer beware! It’s the maintenance that counts. Your health, or more importantly, the system that regulates your health (central nerve system), is no different than anything else in life. It requires regular check-ups. Stating the obvious.
Although regular checks-ups and the maintenance of the central nerve system is important, it is not a chiropractic law. It’s nature’s law. Preventing future problems from occurring and old ones from returning is continual adaptation to keep one in the ideal state of health. Stating the obvious.