Sleep is a foundational requirement for good health, and sleep problems will nearly always contribute to illness and diseases. If you’re having trouble falling asleep, staying asleep, or getting deep, restorative sleep then it’s likely you have a sleep dysfunction and possibly insomnia.
How to balancing the Autonomic Nervous System (ANS)
Have the correct posture, bio-mechanical structure, and movement of the spine play a vital role in regulating hormone balance and fixing the problem that no drug or pill can resolve. The spine experiences an intimate connection to the autonomic nervous system (ANS) through microscopic nerves and receptors densely populated in the small muscles, ligaments, and joints in and around the spine.
Our nervous system communicates with the brain on a second-by-second basis for an entire lifetime. An altered autonomic nervous system balance results from abnormal movement or misalignment in a person’s spine and posture. In this case, healing and rest become a major challenge when the body struggles to communicate.
Scientific research conducted in 2015 provide research into how Chiropractic adjustments can help remove interference from the autonomic nervous system, balance stress and sleep hormones, and improve the body’s ability to gain greater rest through bettersleep.
Many patients who received spinal adjustive care experience an improvement in stress hormone balance compared to patients who did not utilise Chiropractic care. In addition, many other health conditions improved due to the powerful impact that radiates from the spine following regular adjustments.
Chiropractors at ChiroCure Clinic advises that it’s a combination of eating well, moving the body, reducing emotional stress, and deep breathing that generates a healthy well-being.
Our chiropractors will always ensure we create a comprehensive care plan personalised to your condition and allow your spine and nervous system to be free of interference.
Dr Tania Leski - Our Principle Chiropractor
She is passionate in helping people of all ages benefit from chiropractic care.
278 Inkerman Street, St.Kilda East. Melbourne 3183. Phone: (03) 9013 5133