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The longer you wait between adjustments, the more vertebral Subluxations have a chance to 'set up' and the harder they are to correct

You know you’ve waited too long in between adjustments when your body becomes abnormally stiff and tight.

You know you’ve waited too long in between adjustments when your body becomes abnormally stiff and tight. Getting out of bed in the morning has become a major chore, standing up from a chair seems to take a millennium to accomplish. Sometimes it feels as if you just swallowed a bag of quikrete – and it’s beginning to set up permanently in your spine.

One of the dangers of losing flexibility in your spine is its negative effect on your Nerve System. Studies have shown a direct link to loss of segmental motion in the spine and a phenomena called Sympathetic Dominance – a condition where the ‘fight or flight’ response of your Nerve System becomes over active, leading to altered internal organ function, chronic fatigue and even possible death (the ultimate state of rigidity).

The longer you wait between adjustments, the more vertebral Subluxations have a chance to ‘set up’ and the harder they are to correct. Don’t wait for chronic symptoms of fixation to manifest. Get checked and adjusted on a regular basis to keep your spine loose and your Life energy flowing abundantly.

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