The Dangerous Symptom of Spinal Misalignment: Fatigue

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Millions of Americans are living with spinal misalignments – but 9 out of 10 of them aren’t aware how their poor posture is affecting their health.  More concerning is that medical doctors aren’t trained to fully understand the connection between poor posture and health problems, and therefore prescribe pain killers to alleviate and mask symptoms.

Poor posture or spinal misalignments don’t necessarily signal pain as the first and most common symptom.  As a matter of fact, more than half of those suffering with spinal misalignments don’t complain of pain whatsoever.  However, almost everyone complains about fatigue.

Most people who are fatigued or are diagnosed with fibromyalgia, chalk up their condition to aging, lack of sleep, long working hours, or malnutrition. They tend to mask their symptoms by drinking more and more caffeinated beverages, eating more sweets, taking more naps in front of the television, or cutting short their family vacation.

Spinal misalignments or poor posture puts unnecessary and constant pressure on the delicate nerves flowing out of your spine and into your vital organs and limbs. This dramatically decreases – and in some instances cuts – vital nerve energy from reaching your body, setting into motion organ dysfunction and disease.

As the name implies, corrective chiropractic care (through a technique called Chiropractic BioPhysics®) aims to realign the spine back to normal health and alleviate pressure from damaging or interfering with the nerves.  Soon after corrective care, most patients report vitality, feeling of wellness, and an end to fatigue.

If you or a loved one is needlessly suffering from fatigue, contact Holt Chiropractic and Massage in Port Orchard Washington, to see if you qualify for corrective care.  Of course, consultation is always free.

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