Chiropractic is more than just about the spine and pain relief. Chiropractic care is about wholeness and wellness of the entire body. While most people think that chiropractors focus on the spine, they may not realize how much the spine touches with other parts of the body. 

Chiropractic care and the spine involves the four major systems that control our body, most importantly, the nervous system. The nervous system is vital to our breathing, digestion, heart, and our ability to fight off diseases. The spine is also incredibly sensitive and works hand in hand in communicating with our brain. 

When the brain the brain-body connection is at its best, the body can handle trauma, toxins, and thoughts with the right balance. When the spine and the body-brain connection is off due to the spine being out of alignment or nerve interference, this can cause even the slightest dysfunction. 

Believe it or not, but traumas, toxins, and negative thoughts are often the most common reasons why the spine may become out of balance (this is also called a subluxation).

What are Traumas, Toxins, and Thoughts? 

Traumas are events that cause harm to the body. Car accidents, sports injuries, repetitive motion, physical stress or even type of activity that our body isn’t used to can qualify as trauma. Trauma to the body can involve damage to the mind and emotions.

Toxins can be food allergies or exposure to smoke, chemicals, prescriptions or pharmaceuticals that our body isn’t used to. Toxins can be anything that is unnatural or man-made that could harm your body when it comes in contact. If you’ve had issues sleeping, digesting food, staying focused, or have a low sex drive, these are all signals that you may have been exposed to harmful toxins. 

Thoughts are caused by emotional stress and anxiety. These are negative thoughts that cause harm over time to our body because of producing stress hormones. Negative thoughts that trigger stress can impact your nervous system, blood flow, muscle tightness, and even sleep patterns. 

Ultimately, trauma, toxins, and negative thoughts take your body out of its natural state and can limit your body’s ability to take care of itself. Additionally, these things can effect your body’s chemical and physical makeup, thus causing your body and spine to fall out of alignment.

How You Can Heal From Traumas, Toxins and Thoughts

Whether it’s poor posture, sleeping in a bad position, being exposed to harmful chemicals, or being worried by events from work, traumas, toxins, and thoughts will impact our body. Any kind of stressful experience, whether physical or mental, can cause harm if left untreated. 

If you’ve experienced a traumatic physical event such as a car accident, your best option is to seek a medical professional or a qualified Tulsa traumatic injury chiropractor to examine your body and give you an accurate health assessment. 

If you’ve struggled to keep your mind balanced from stress, anxiety, worry or fear, you should consider seeking the help of a professional counselor. A counselor can help you to control your thoughts and carefully balance your emotions. 

How a Chiropractor helps with Trauma, Toxins, and Thoughts

A chiropractor can help you recover and heal from trauma in multiple ways. A chiropractor is trained to evaluate the human body and identify where there is a need for balance. From examining the spine, neck, shoulders, hips, arms, legs, feet and more, a chiropractor can pinpoint where something is out of alignment due to a traumatic event such as a car crash or sports injury. 

A chiropractor can also help you heal from toxins by giving you nutritional advice and coaching you on foods that you should and should not eat. Additionally, a chiropractor’s spinal adjustments can help your body reset so the mind-body connection and nerve flow works better, thus improving your immune system and healing. 

A chiropractor can help your thoughts improve from helping your body to rebalance. After a chiropractic adjustment, your body will release endorphins and other natural chemical boosters to give you energy, reduce pain, and improve your moods.