Ammons Chiropractic Clinic Blog
What do those funny personality quizzes have to do with your health? And are they any use, anyways?
How we approach our health is often as influential as any other factor. Our environment, genetics, etc., are very important, and often discussed as key factors in health outcomes. But we also have other, lesser-known distinctions that we often don’t even consider.
American servicemen and women face serious danger and death as a part of the daily routine. On the front lines or not, there is substantial stress in the job of providing defense for the nation.
Despite the powerful images they leave in our minds, combat injuries are not the most common cause of harm in the armed forces.
Life itself is a miracle. It affects us the way other things can’t – a warm puppy, a newborn baby, a miraculous recovery. The joy of something wonderful occurring that brings new hope and optimism to life.
A key aspect of a miracle is that it is beyond our control. Something that we were not consciously responsible for heightens the power of something sudden, wonderful and unexpected.
Growing up, most adults today took many a tip from the most peaceful man in show business, Mr. Fred Rogers. Mr. Rogers was famous for his kind and gentle mannerisms, his soft voice, and even more so his mild-mannered attire. What better person to be the Maitre d’ of story time for young ones for generations – 31 years of television, to be precise.
But no matter what you apply the concept of alignment to, it holds an important lesson to help you get out of some of your worst troubles, stresses and decisions. With your health and otherwise.
Alignment refers to the proper organization of parts. Meaning, that they are lined up or aligned in a way that works. Either a way that works well – works best – or just plain works to get you where you want to go.
Chiropractic corrects old trauma – the kind that comes from dramatic accidents like car crashes, falls, crushing football hits – and also, the kind that occurs daily in modern life. From our post-modern lifestyle of mobile phones, long commutes, and e-sports marathons.