This might be the most important handout I’ve ever shared with you. Why? Because most people do not understand the power of their nervous system and what it affects. They don’t understand that a subluxated nervous system isn’t necessarily something they can feel, which means they can be hurt and not realize it.
If you’ve read any of my other handouts, you know that your nervous system influences every single part of your body—and when it comes to your food, your stomach, enzymes, acid production, and digestion are no exceptions. That means that if you eat something—say, a donut—that’s not good; it could affect your nervous system through inflammation. When your nervous system is not balanced, not functioning, and experiencing some scary little unknown disruptions in its delicate architecture, the chances are that no matter how nutritious and tasty your meal is, the nutrients your body needs won’t be properly stored, broken down, or even entirely used.
How’s that possible?
Do You Have A Subluxated Nervous System And Don’t Even Know It?
Whether you know this or not, your nervous system is responsible for telling your body what it needs to do after you eat. If you have a subluxated nervous system, the messages sent from your brain and body will go unread. That means things can go wrong with you. While you may be eating three meals a day, your body isn’t reaping the benefits that it should, leaving you to wonder why you don’t feel as good as you thought you would.
As the image at the beginning of this post says, more than two-thirds of the nerve fibers in your body aren’t designed to transmit pain signals when a nerve is pinched. So it’s possible to have a subluxation and feel no pain at all. It’s another reason why regular chiropractic adjustments are so important to your health.
Dr. Scott Cabazolo
112 E 6th Street
Front Royal, VA 22630