Let’s quick review what a subluxation is: this is an area of your spinal cord where tension is being stored, interfering with the communication between your brain and body. There are a few different kinds of stressors that lead to subluxations - physical, chemical, and mental.
Mental stressors come in many different shapes and sizes. Your job, your finances, your relationships with your loved ones, general societal stresses, and guess what? YOU. Yep. You can be your own mental stressor.
My previous blog post talked about the importance of self-love. The one before that talked about resonance and how it is affected by your thoughts. Negative self-talk can, and does, lead to subluxations. If you are continually focusing on the negatives in your life, it literally downgrades your health.
The chiropractic adjustment clears the subluxation, but if you are continually subjecting yourself to a stressor, then it will be very difficult to move beyond your subluxated pattern. Health isn’t just what you eat, your exercise, and your sleep. It is also your mind.
Be kind to yourself. Assess what is on your mind and address it. Don’t brush things away, because that only causes the stress to pile up.
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In health and wellness,