The difference between normal and common is something that I talk about often with my clients. Just because something is common, doesn’t mean that it is normal. For example, struggling with energy and fatigue is common but that doesn’t mean it is normal. Just because the majority of society is struggling with something, coping with something, dealing with something, doesn’t mean it is normal. Normal means that it shouldn’t be happening in the first place. Aching in the morning when you wake up is common but not normal. Having an uncomfortable pregnancy is common but not normal. Struggling with digestive problems is common but not normal. Difficulty sleeping is common but not normal.
The list goes on. Insert any particular complaint someone may have into the sentence. When your body whispers at you that something isn’t going right, do you listen or do you just brush it off as being “normal”? Listen to what your body is telling you and recognize what is normal and what is not. Listen to the whispers of what isn’t normal before they become screams.
Getting adjusted increases the brain-body communication and connection, and brings awareness to your brain of the different areas of your body that need their functions regulated. Whether something is whispering or screaming, an adjustment will help your brain recognize what is going on and work accordingly.
I emphasize to clients that being proactive with your health means staying on top of your care when you hear a whisper or not. Waiting until you hear a scream will only mean that you are going to have to pay more and do more to get to the bottom of what is happening with your body. Don’t let your health become an emergency!
Peace, Love, and Wellness,