Did you know that with a single chiropractic adjustment, the levels of antibodies in your body significantly elevates? When cell cultures were taken  following on adjustment, the number of interleukin-2 cells increased. What are interleukin-2 cells you ask? These are vital cells that activate our white blood cells. They are our body’s natural response to infections…

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Most people when they get sick will go see their medical doctor to see what is wrong with them. Often times when someone simply has a cold the doctor cannot say for sure what is causing it so they will prescribe the patient with antibiotics. This, they guarantee will kill off any invading bacteria and…

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Many people aren’t aware that chiropractic adjustments can help alleviate allergies.  The way this occurs is closely tied with our nervous system and involuntary functions. Breathing, digestion, and our heart rates are controlled by our autonomic nervous system (ANS).  The ANS is divided into the sympathetic nervous system (fight or flight) and parasympathetic nervous system…

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The job of your immune system is to protect and defend the body against infection from disease-producing organisms such as viruses, bacteria, fungi, and parasites that live in our environment. The nervous system plays an important role in the control and activity of the immune response. Nerve endings are found in the tissues of the…

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The World Health Organization ranks depression as the first most disabling disease among women and fourth overall.  In the US, it afflicts about 18 million people.  The majorities of the cases of clinical depression are due to imbalances in hormonal levels and are related to dysfunction in neurological signaling and chemistry. “In fact, it takes…

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Your vital functions within your body are influenced by the endocrine system.  Our endocrine systems are composed of many glands including the hypothalamus, pituitary, pineal, thyroid, parathyroid, pancreas, adrenals, ovaries, and testes. These glands secrete hormones, or chemical messengers into the bloodstream. The hypothalamus receives information from the nervous system and uses this information to…

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