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Wednesday, May 06, 2009

Culture of Subluxation: The Stress of Modern Day Life

We are living in a culture of continuous subluxation.

Remember, a subluxation is a spinal weakness setting off a domino effect through the nervous system and causing malfunctions in other parts of the body.

Scientists know stressful events over time without adequate de-stressing, rest, or healing in between are the causes of dis-ease and degeneration, and premature death.

The nervous system plays a role in all dis-ease processes and subluxations are certainly one of the most important health risks to take seriously.

In our Culture of Subluxation, look at how you spend your day.

Are your worrying?
Rushing to get all your work done?
Making jokes about how busy you are?

Do you feel like you are dragging your body around as you go about your day?
Do you feel resentful and angry?
Do you feel powerless over your life?

Remember the rat studies you learned about in psychology 101? Rats who knew how to tap a bar and get food were healthy and thrived? Rats who learned how to avoid an electrical shock were also healthier and thrived? Subluxations are taking away our ability to thrive. When you don't understand your body and how to create health, you will feel out of control just like the unlucky rats.

3 Levels of Subluxation Understanding
1. Posture, Structure, Past injuries
2. Bio-chemical - nutrition, pollution
3. Emotional - How you feel about your place in the world.

Let's address these together and fine tune the spine.

The culture of subluxation doesn't have to put our lives in danger.

You get to choose.

See you at the table...the adjusting table.

--Dr. Lisa
Your Health Freedom Coach

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