February is National Heart Health Month and the Chiropractors at AICA College Park are offering information about the current leading cause of death in the United States for both men and women.
Although you may understand the importance of taking particular steps to avoid cardiovascular disease, you may not be aware of how Chiropractic care can help prevent this deadly condition from developing over time.
College Park Chiropractic Care Prevents Heart Disease
Your central nervous system is attached to your heart and the blood vessels that run throughout your body through millions of microscopic connections or nerves.
These tiny nerves help regulate your blood pressure and heart rate, which are critical components of your heart’s overall health.
Because Chiropractic care is able to stimulate the performance of the nerves that run through your body, it is considered to be an effective form of medical treatment when it comes to preventing heart disease.
How Chiropractic Care Supports A Healthy, Strong Heart
There are a variety of ways that College Park Chiropractic care can support a healthy, strong heart including:
- Adjustments that are applied to the first vertebra show significant results when it comes to stabilizing high blood pressure.
- Chiropractic treatment helps prevent inflammation by reducing the volume of blood markers that exist throughout your system.
- Regular Chiropractic Adjustments are proven to increase the heart’s overall performance and strength.
- Chiropractic treatment is proven to support lung health, which also helps prevent heart disease.
Schedule A Consultation With Our College Park Chiropractors To Learn More About Heart Disease Prevention
If heart disease runs in your family and you are concerned about your health, schedule a consultation with our College Park Chiropractors to learn more about your options.
We are available Monday through Sunday and help hundreds of patients throughout the community recover from their symptoms.
Contact our Chiropractic clinic today by filling out our online submission form or by calling us at (404) 592-0319.