Authored by Greater Life Chiropractic, January 9, 2019
The New Year is upon us! For many, that means it’s an opportunity to embrace a fresh start and a clean slate. New Year’s resolutions are common for people to take on with the hopes of improving their health, finances, relationships, and more.
As you’re setting your intentions and goals for the year, remember that you can set new resolutions anytime you want. You don’t have to wait until the following New Years in order to set a new purpose or goal. Even if it it’s been a week since New Year’s already, you can still take advantage of the momentum of “starting anew” at any point.
Investing in your personal health is vital for a successful year. In the same way that you would carefully allocate funds for financial investing, you should also carefully allocate time and resources to your personal health for your overall wellbeing.
Is Chiropractic a Worthy Investment for Health in 2019?
Chiropractic is occasionally overlooked as an option for creating lots of great health opportunities in life. To some it may seem like an indirect, low-impact health option to invest time into. However, Charlotte chiropractic care can be the best health investment you make all year.
Chiropractic adjustments from an experienced Charlotte chiropractor, like Dr. Grant Lisetor at Greater Life Chiropractic, can create overall improvements to your health over time. Chiropractic care can help you reduce the medication you’re currently taking, get rid of any pain you’re experiencing, and avoid sickness, disease, or injury that you may have otherwise experienced.
How Does Chiropractic Care Improve My Health?
When getting care from a Charlotte chiropractor, the spine is gently adjusted in such a way that it re-aligns it to where and how it should be. Without this proper alignment, the nerves within the spine can become pinched or pressed on, and interference is created. These nerves are important for transmitting information between the brain and the body. When there’s interference, body systems start to operate at below peak performance, creating dysfunction, disease, and discomfort. In other words, over time certain functions of the body can be performing less optimally, which can cause certain conditions or physical states to pop up, like fatigue, mental sluggishness, depression, and more.
Charlotte chiropractor Dr. Lisetor is able to adjust the spine through non-invasive methods that improve your body’s ability to heal itself. These specific and scientific adjustments put the spine into its prime position in order to reduce or eliminate nerve interference, which promotes proper communication between all parts of the body and the brain.
The most important part of receiving chiropractic care is that you do it before you “need” chiropractic care. You’ll get the most out of chiropractic by getting it consistently throughout the year, not only after an injury or after experiencing unexpected pain or illness. For best results, combine chiropractic care from Greater Life Chiropractic with other health and lifestyle practices or routines, like eating well, staying active, and drinking enough water. One study concluded that individuals can also see benefits in the areas of health, wellness, and quality of life while under chiropractic care.
Get Started with Chiropractic Care Today
If you’re ready to get started with the best year of personal health yet, give us a call today at Greater Life Chiropractic. Dr. Grant Lisetor and his team team will be here to help you with your health goals through chiropractic care and optimizing your body’s function and health. Bring us your questions or book an appointment now.
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