Our Intention is for 2020 to be your healthiest year yet.
We do not guess about how healthy you are, we measure it. This year, in fact, we have stepped up our game once again and invested in even better technology to properly assess your nervous system. This system is on it’s way, and we expect it to help us continue to get the results your body deserves.
The reason we don’t go cheap with our technology, is simple: To get results.
Stress has been vilified for years as the cause of your health problems:
Do you have stress?
Is stress killing you?
Stress, the silent killer.
However, research shows that stress does not kill at all. In fact, stress can be good for you.
So, what then is it that causes us ill-health?
Inability to adapt to stress.
Of course, it would be a great idea to minimize unnecessary stress, however let’s place the blame for our health issues where they are deserved: on your lack of adaptation.
Adaptation happens in the nervous system. In fact, the nervous system houses the control mechanism for these actions of adaptation. Knowing this, It would make sense to keep that as healthy as possible.
I forgot to take my vitamins this morning. I just was in too big of a hurry, and didn’t remember to take them. I did remember, however to do my stretches, but I didn’t actually DO my stretches. I know I am suppose to stretch in the morning, my massage therapist once told me, “What is the first thing your dog does in the morning? They stretch, and so should you.”
Now I am at work, and I am suppose to meditate in the morning. Well, I arrived here too late, and it’s Monday…so, there are a lot of emails to catch up on. So, I skipped out on the morning meditation. I know, I feel bad about it…I really should stay in check.
At lunch I planned to workout, maybe I will skip and grab some BBQ instead. What is one meal gonna hurt?
Then I realize, to my relief: Although many decisions I make every single day may not support a healthy body, I am pretty darn healthy despite this.
Does it mean that these actions actually are not healthy for me? Of course not. We know what is healthy and what is not, however we also know that our bodies have an amazing ability to adapt to stress. This is what my innate intelligence can and does do when it is able to function without interference.
I may not meditate every single day, or even stretch all the time, and sometimes I eat unhealthy, or have an alcoholic drink. I will not ever skip on my chiropractic care. Chiropractic adjustments allow my natural, inborn adaptability (via my innate intelligence) to work at its peak, even when I stress it with poor decisions.