Feeling Anxious?


Anxious businesswoman

Have you ever had moments where you felt helpless and hopeless, not seeing any solutions on the road ahead?

Maybe you’ve experienced days so stressful that you found yourself constantly worrying about the unknown future?

What is Anxiety?

Anxiety is defined as “a feeling of fear, worry, and uneasiness.” It can often be accompanied by muscular tension, restlessness, fatigue and problems with concentration.

While worrying about the future can be a sign of anxiety, many other factors can affect it. Factors, that if gone unchecked can increase stress and anxiety in our body.

Consider the following:

When was the last time you took a deep breath and relaxed?
When was the last time you received a chiropractic adjustment?

Why Chiropractic?

Now you may ask, “Why do I need to see a chiropractor? My neck and back aren’t hurting.”

Simply put, stress and anxiety are signs of having an unhealthy nervous system. We make adjustments to the spine to reduce interference and restore health to the nervous system so that the body can heal itself. When your nervous system is out of balance, your stress and anxiety levels increase. When this happens, your ability to relax and properly digest food decreases. This imbalance can lead to fatigue, high blood pressure, and several other symptoms.

Do you find yourself dealing with stress and anxiety regularly? Call Sandstone or schedule your comprehensive exam with x-rays online to see if we can help you enjoy a more relaxed and balanced life!


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