I came across this article on Planet Chiropractic. The idea is catching on. Be nice to your brain, give it chiropractic. All types of stresses weaken the body and chiropractic provides a unique way to keep you in top form. I wish we could compare grades with the chiropractic group and the non-chiropractic group.
Final exams have stressed college students seeking chiropractic
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by Michael Dorausch, DCplanetc1.com staff writer
Forget Ritalin, Red Bull and Starbucks!
Chiropractors across the United States have been reporting an increase in visits from university and college students during the past two weeks as they prepare for final examinations.
If you are a college student, this is definitely the time of year that you are likely to experience great stress, anxiety, and pressure related to final exams. While some students reach for the Ritalin, Red Bull, and Starbucks, others choose to go the natural way, making increased visits to their local chiropractor.
Let's face it, final exams are part of college life whether students like it or not. Every student, and even the professors, may feel pressure and anxiety building up during final exam season. The last thing a student needs is to be stressed, sick, or too uncomfortable to be able to sit for several hours at a time, while taking exams.
Students are finding themselves hunched over the books, up late in school libraries, and churning through flash cards at uncanny speeds. Some students have told me the most stressful thing is having more than one final on the same day, as it becomes tough to focus due to the time constraints.
I don't think I've ever seen a chiropractor advertise or promote to college students about the importance of receiving adjustments during final exam season but somehow they've gotten the idea that chiropractic care is a way to go in relieving stress, un-clouding the mind, and staying focused. About two weeks ago, I had my first college student come in from Loyola Marymount University, in Los Angeles, specifically asking for a "final exam preparation adjustment." I thought it was funny and laughed it off but was impressed that this young 18 year-old freshman took it upon himself to be responsible and come into the office for spinal and nervous system tuning while preparing for his exams. Later that day other students began showing up mentioning stress and anxiety related to preparing for exams.
There are two major universities nearby our office that most college students come from, UCLA and LMU. Since that first student came in two weeks ago we've probably had 40 or more college students mentioning final exams as a cause of stress during the week. That's pretty significant here in Los Angeles since the traffic right now is horrendous and getting to our office is no easy task. Today, some are coming in already done with their last exam for the year and are now requesting a "post final exam I am going to do a lot of partying adjustment." Fortunately, we have just the thing for them!
You don't have to live in Los Angeles to have spinal stress, even though the 405 and 10 freeways are often times primary causes of vertebral subluxation. College students all over the world would benefit from a chiropractic adjustment, or series of adjustments, not only this week, but in the weeks to follow. Many chiropractic offices offer special plans for college students so that they can receive chiropractic care on a regular basis. Ask your local chiropractor if they have a student plan that will suit your needs.
Dr. Michael Dorausch is a practicing chiropractor in Los Angeles, California. While the office serves mainly residents of the beach communities of Santa Monica, Venice, and Playa del Rey, it doesn't matter where you're coming from. If you can get there, they will do their best to serve you.
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