Chiropractic can be your missing link for intestinal disorders
Chiropractic is the use of hands to manually adjust the spinal subluxations. You can understand that chiropractic is effective when lumbar pain, pain in the middle part of the back or neck, but what is the connection for intestinal disorders?
What is the scientific basis of Chiropractic?
To answer this question, we must return to the basics of what is really happening when you make it a chiropractic adjustment. Your spine is a gateway to all the different nerves in the body. The spinal nerves that go to the head and upper neck innervate head, eyes, nose, face, scalp and everything else, such as the brain and brain stem.
When the vertebrae of his neck being out of step or subluxation, as when the head is hit, falls, hitting his head when leaving the car, or experience trauma of any kind, nerves in the area of trauma are damaged because the vertebrae are out of their natural place. Even if only one centimeter vertebrae are out of alignment, nerves undergo compression.
Nerves are not silent when they are suffering
Nerves do not suffer from compression without a “word”. Nerves express what is happening, and then respond by creating symptoms such as throbbing pain, chills, a heat wave, numbness or tingling sensation in a body part. Your nervous system is determined to make him understand that the situation of the damage that is occurring in a nerve, change.
Symptoms associated with these nerve signals could also include a headache, signs such as disturbance in vision or hearing, tics on the face, eyes or drooping lip, neck pain, stabbing pains in the arms, muscle weakness, and even pain in the scalp.
How the spinal nerves to affect internal organs?
When you look at what is happening at the bottom and the center of the spine, you know that the spinal nerves in this area travel to the internal organs. The spinal nerves innervating the middle back the heart, lungs and stomach and throat, thyroid, parathyroid glands, pancreas, adrenal glands, and liver. Thus, whenever there is a vertebral subluxation in this area occurs that affects the spinal nerves that go to these organs, so that eventually there will be diseases in these organs (as that organs do not give symptoms).
Its lower part of the spine houses the spinal nerves to the intestines. One of the parts of the intestine is the sphincter between the large intestine and rectum. This sphincter is responsible for controlling the amount of bowel movements you have. If the sphincter opens, then you will have more bowel movements than normal. If the sphincter is closed, then you have constipation. This sphincter is controlled by a nerve. And when you trace the nerve, you will find that anger nerve traveling up the spine.