If you are sick and are thinking about canceling your Chiropractic appointment with AICA College Park, think again.
Coming in to meet with your Chiropractor is much more conducive to achieving positive health than staying at home.
Consider the following information that explains why you should receive a Chiropractic Adjustment if you are sick with the cold or flu.
Your nervous system is directly connected to your immune system.
The nervous system consists of your brain stem and spinal cord; both are responsible for controlling and regulating all bodily functions.
A healthy spine is critical for your nervous system to be able to operate correctly. Therefore, receiving a Chiropractic Adjustment while you are sick provides a boost to your immune system that allows your white blood cells to fend off harmful bacteria and viruses.
Although common symptoms associated with the cold or flu are unpleasant, they serve as indicators that your immune system is working correctly.
Experiencing a mild fever, glassy eyes, a loss of appetite, or a runny nose all speaks to your body’s natural defense mechanisms.
In fact, when you experience:
Your body is naturally designed to kill off serious illnesses, and the type of symptoms you experience are indicators that your body is in a particular degree of stress.
Chiropractic Adjustments support your body’s natural ability to heal itself because of how effective they are for removing various interferences from your internal systems.
When barriers such as subluxations exist within your spine, your nervous system is unable to effectively communicate with your immune system and your white blood cells are not able to combat foreign threats.
If you are exhibiting symptoms that are often associated with the cold or flu, make sure you receive Chiropractic care as soon as possible.
We can offer you an immediate adjustment that kick-starts your body’s ability to kill off the viruses that are causing you to feel ill.
We are available 24/7 and can schedule your appointment within the day, if necessary. If you happen to live close to our College Park location, please feel free to stop by our office as we do accept walk-in visits.
You can contact our office by filling out our online submission form or by calling us at (404) 592-0319.