Ever have the feeling that your body just isn’t working like it’s supposed to? Maybe you can’t do the same things that you could do when you were younger. You look around and everyone else seems to be vibrant and healthy. What are you missing? What if I told you that your brain isn’t talking to your body correctly? That the wires that allow your brain to communicate are crossed.
- Brain Fog
- Chronic Fatigue
- Trouble falling asleep
- Trouble staying asleep
- Digestive problems
These are all signs that your wires might be crossed.
But what are these wires and how do they get crossed?
The wires that we are talking about involve the nerve fibers that are at the base of the brain that eventually become the spinal cord. These wires (nerves) regulate the involuntary (or automatic) nervous system which coordinates sleep/wake cycle of the brain, breathing, digestion, blood pressure, and even sexual arousal (seriously!).
How do they become crossed?
Unfortunately, the bones in your spine, especially the very top bone in your neck, can shift abnormally. This causes mechanical stress on those wires preventing them from doing their jobs properly. In a healthy neck, the uppermost segment protects those wires and allows your head to rotate and bend from side to side. Car accidents and other traumatic events as well as micro traumas such as sitting at a desk for long periods of time can cause misalignments of the bones that trip up those essential wires.
Do you want to feel younger? Or even just feel your age instead of feeling older than you are? Feeling unwell and weak is not the final destination. Have your wiring system checked to make sure your body is working at its best.