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How Chiropractic Helps


Various studies have found that chiropractic helps in addiction recovery, menstrual and fertility problems, asthma, acidity, recurrent infections, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder [ADHD] and learning difficulties in children.

According to a study published in the Journal of Vertebral Subluxation Research, patients diagnosed with multiple sclerosis or Parkinson’s disease following trauma to their necks, experienced improvement in symptoms and a halt in disease progression. Another study, published in Clinical Chiropractic, found that chiropractics benefited those suffering with gas problems.

Yet another study published in the Journal of Vertebral Subluxation Research demonstrated that serum thiol levels are higher in people who receive regular chiropractic care than in those who do not. Serum thiol protects against oxidative stress—a byproduct of respiration, which is implicated in degenerative diseases such as Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and cancer.

It has also been shown that chiropractic adjustment can reduce cortisol levels. High cortisol levels over a long period are associated with the development of type-2 diabetes,abdominal obesity, high blood pressure and auto-immune conditions. High cortisol levels also interfere with the rate of tissue healing, and are an indicator for chronic stress—a condition under which the body cannot fully utilise its normal recuperative powers.

None of this is to suggest chiropractic as a ‘cure’ for any of the diseases or conditions mentioned above. Many health issues have complex causes, which are individual for each person. There is rarely one solution for everyone.

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