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February is National Heart Health Month


Chiropractic care can keep the nerves free from subluxation, ensuring the heart works properly. Here are several other heart-healthy benefits of chiropractic care that you should know.


Reduce Chest Pain-Chest pain is one of the most common reasons why people visit the hospital. Even though a lot of people get concerned that something might be wrong with their heart when they experience chest pain, a lot of chest pain is musculoskeletal in nature.

Decrease Inflammation -Throughout the Heart-Inflammation is one of the most common reasons why people develop chronic cardiovascular issues. Chiropractic adjustments can help people reduce inflammation throughout the body.

Reduce Blood Pressure- High blood pressure, is one of the most common chronic medical problems people experience. Chronically high blood pressure can place a lot of stress on the arteries, veins, and chambers of the heart. When chiropractors perform an adjustment on the very first vertebra, also called the Atlas, this helps people reduce their blood pressure.

Improve the Variability of the Heart Rate- A lot of patients with severe heart problems are not able to get their heart rate as high or as low as they would like. Chiropractic adjustments can address this fact, improving the strength of the heart.

Protect the Nerves of the Heart- Chiropractic adjustments can protect the nerves that innervate the heart. These nerves also innervate other organs throughout your body, which is why it is important to keep them free from subluxation with chiropractic care.

Improve Lung Function- The heart and lungs work together. If the lungs are not functioning properly, the heart muscle cells will not have enough oxygen to function properly. Particularly important for any individuals with asthma, allergies, emphysema, and other forms of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, it is important to protect lung function to avoid heart failure. Chiropractic Care can help people protect their lung function, protecting their heart in the process.




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