Vital Communications!

by Chiropractors Brighton on March 31, 2011

Chiropractors Brighton and Hove

Our Innate Intelligence is perfect. It begins with the singular sperm cell and the ovum connecting and creating a fetus, which grows, until it is ready to arrive earthside 40-44 weeks after fertilization. During this time, the Innate Intelligence of the implanted fetus knows to first create the precursor to the brain and spinal cord, spinal nerves, the heart, skeleton, and muscles.

As we get older, our Innate Intelligence continues to regulate and direct all functions within our bodies at all times. It knows precisely how much cortisol to produce or how much insulin we need to regulate our blood sugar. The amount of cortisol needed won’t be the same as the amount of insulin needed. But our Innate Intelligence knows this.

However, when there is a  subluxation present in the spinal column, our bodies’ intelligence can be hindered. Not in its performance, but in its delivery. The messages from the brain to the body won’t make it to their destination either on time, in full, or at all. Not because Innate Intelligence is sending the wrong message, but because the message is being distorted, similar to how a rumor begins. One person in the class tells someone else something, and by the time it gets to the last person in the class, it is a completely different story.

This is how dis-ease begins. Our bodies are not at ease, but in a state of stress because of this altered communication. Left alone for days, months, or years ill health begins to develop.

This is why a Chiropractic adjustment is so important. It removes the barrier to open communication. It opens up the nerve channels in our bodies. Full communication takes place between the brain and the body, and as a result this allows the body to heal and brings it back to a state of ease, or optimal health.

Information sourced from Dr Brandon Harshe at The Atlas of Life

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