Incredibly enough, it can generate a pulsed electromagnetic field that is ten times stronger than the signals that are transferred from your brain.
Because your heart is always pushing blood and oxygen throughout your body, it needs to be treated with the utmost care at all times.
Eating unhealthy foods on a consistent basis and living a sedentary lifestyle can contribute to high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and the onset of heart disease.
If you happen to be someone who smokes cigarettes or are overweight, your chances of developing heart disease significantly increase.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, heart disease is the number one cause of death for women and men in the United States; a trend that has existed for the past nine decades.
The benefits that Chiropractic care provides for patients who are at risk for heart disease are astounding, as it has the potential to:
Of course, all of this reduces your risk of experiencing a heart attack and helps ensure that you live a longer, more meaningful life.
According to a variety of studies, Chiropractic care serves as an effective means for stimulating the heart so that it can beat faster and more forcefully.
When you develop some spinal misalignment, the nerves that run from your brain to your heart are interfered with, which significantly diminish your heart’s performance.
Receiving Chiropractic treatment can positively impact blood pressure and anxiety, both of which contribute to the development of heart disease.
Spinal manipulations promote healthier heart performance, and when complimented with an appropriate diet and regular exercise, your heart can continuously perform at optimal rates.
Adjustments can also help improve body and nerve functioning, by correcting particular vertebral subluxations.
You can schedule a consultation with one of our Chiropractors by calling our office at (404) 592-0319.
We are available 24/7 to answer your questions, walk you through expectations, and even help you with your insurance provider.
Our doctors will want to follow through with a complete examination to assess the current state of your health, as well as to develop a custom medical plan that aligns with the unique characteristics of your body.
If you happen to be in the College Park area, feel free to stop by as we do welcome walk-in visits.
Our office is located at:
1624 Virginia Avenue
College Park, GA 30337