Could A Bone In Your Neck Be Causing Your Headaches in Austin or Circle C?
While it is to have some outside cause of your headaches, i.e. environmental. It is possible that the first vertebrae right under your skull being misaligned/not lined up properly could actually be the cause of your headache. This nerve also provides supply to the ears, eyes, face and head.
It is commonly found at Optimal Wellness & Chiropractic in Austin or Circle C to be an area that is subluxated (misaligned producing abnormal nerve system transmission of information) leading to such common health complaints as headache, migraine, earache, ear infections in children colds/flu and sore throat as well as neck pain or stiffness.
Overcoming Neck Pain in Austin or Circle C
I am sure you are asking how do I get a misalignment of the first vertebrae? Typically, misalignment is cause by either physical, chemical, emotional and/or environmental stress or a combination of these stressors beyond the body’s ability to cope. Some of these physical stressors can be looking at a computer/smart phone screen, lying in an unnatural position, a slip or fall, a car accident. Now one thing I would like to add is pain only makes up 10% of all the nerves in your body. Which means you can have a misalignment and not even know it, just like you can have a cavity in your tooth without knowing it.
Perhaps of greater importance than these local affects of subluxation of 1C, are impairment of the immune system of the person. In fact, research conducted with HIV positive patients found that those adjusted in this exact area enjoyed a 48% improvement in immune system function over time while the non-adjusted group experienced an 8% decrease in immune system function over the same period of time.
So, what does all this mean for you? If you do have misalignments causing your headaches chiropractic care at Optimal Wellness & Chiropractic in Austin or Circle C may be able to help decrease your symptoms or actually get rid of your headaches.
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