Wellness Blog

May 15, 2024
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Brain Mode : Survive or Thrive

What coordinates every function of your body? The brain How does it communicate this coordination to the body? The nervous system. Your brain and nervous system are vital for you to express health, wellness and an optimal quality of life. An integral part of the brain and nervous system is the Autonomic nervous system or ANS. It coordinates many involuntary functions of the body like heart rate, blood pressure, digestion and hormones, to just name a few. The ANS essentially has two halves, one to help you thrive and the other to help you survive, and it is […]
May 8, 2024
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Know your brain patterns

As a brain based chiropractor who seeks to help improve health and quality of life, knowing a persons brain pattern is an essential part. With four general patterns, over-aroused, under-aroused, unstable (swings between both over and under aroused) and exhausted, these help determine, frequency and intensity of the adjustment visits and the length of time this should occur for, to bring about brain pattern changes that express optimal health and well-being for that individual. A person who’s brain pattern is over-aroused is in an over stimulated state. Adding another big stimulation with more intense adjustments to frequently will […]
May 2, 2024
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Breaking the brains addiction to stress

You won’t get better doing the same lifestyle habits that got you sick! To recover a brain that has been patterned over many years to be addicted to stress, will require you doing life different and being consistent, persistent and patient with those changes long enough for it to happen. The brain is a neuroplastic organ that coordinates all functions of the body and directs the quality of your life. The neuroplastic nature means it re-wires the circuits within the brain to what you repeat within your lifestyle. So introducing healthy positive lifestyle choices and repeating them is […]
April 24, 2024
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Addicted to stress

When stressors are repeated, the brain is re-wired to become more sensitive to stress in the future but also becomes addicted to the rush and boost the steroid hormones (cortisol and adrenaline) bring. This is why we often see people get labeled “adrenaline junkies” who take on high risk activities and sports. In the neuroplastic brain, the greater the risk, the greater the reward means that the bigger the excitement of the activity, feeling, new or novel experience, the stronger the neurons wire that pathway together. The challenge in using stress to be the stimulus to re-wire the […]

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