It affects so many people that heart health is the leading medical condition studied by medical physicians of all disciplines, including our Conyers Chiropractors.
Although most people realize the importance of supporting a healthy, strong heart, too many don’t understand that they can avoid heart disease without having to depend on prescription medications or surgery.
In fact, Chiropractic care is proven to be useful for preventing heart disease for patients, regardless of their family’s medical history.
From reducing high blood pressure and stabilizing your heart rate to reducing inflammation and improving lung performance, continue reading to learn more about how Conyers Chiropractic care can prevent or treat heart disease
Your central nervous system is directly connected to your heart, as well as your blood vessels.
Two particular points of attachment are the vagus nerve and the autonomic nervous system, which both influences how the rest of your body functions.
Because Chiropractic care helps support the performance of these nerves, the positive health results Chiropractic care can achieve are phenomenal.
There are a variety of proven ways. Chiropractic treatment helps prevent or treat heart disease.
Such ways include:
Chiropractic Adjustments show positive results in supporting high blood pressure when applied to the first vertebra, referred to as the “Atla.”
Chiropractic care can support healthy nerve functioning dedicated to your heart, lungs, gastrointestinal tract, kidneys, bladder, sex organs and other vital areas of your body.
Regular Chiropractic care is proven to reduce joint inflammation and loosen constricted blood vessels, which supports a healthy circulation system.
You can take the first step toward preventing or treating heart disease by calling AICA Conyers to schedule a consultation.
We offer a variety of services that continue to help hundreds of patients throughout the Conyers community strengthen their heart and improve their overall health.
Whether you are interested in learning more about heart disease prevention or treatment, general information about Chiropractic care, or some other related matter, call us today at 404-602-0386.
Our Chiropractic clinic is open Monday through Sunday and can be reached day or night with any questions you have.