How can chiropractic care help asthma?

With the rise in asthma cases in the United States, more patients are seeking alternative solutions to control their symptoms.

But is chiropractic care right for you? How effective is chiropractic care in diminishing your asthma symptoms? The answers will surprise you.

The high number of asthma cases has to do with environmental issues such as increased pollution, food preservatives, mold and can even be genetic.

Today it is not that uncommon to see several kids in a classroom take out their inhalers for much needed relief. Asthma has become a big problem, and everyone agrees that future generations can expect to see even higher numbers of sufferers. Unfortunately, there is no cure for asthma but there are ways to control the symptoms and stop it from becoming a larger problem that it already is.

Experts agree that staying out of pollution, eating right, and living in a clean environment all help with the onset of symptoms, but what you may not have known is that chiropractic care has also been shown to reduce symptoms in both kids and adults alike. Why? Because another significant reason that contributes to the onset of asthma has to do with poor spinal health.

Sadly, today’s generation utilize their smartphones, TVs, video games and computers a lot more, and spend very little time being active outside or in sports. Naturally, their postures suffer, causing slight to severe misalignments in their spine.

While most don’t realize the harmful effects of their poor posture, chiropractors know very well that even the slightest pressure on the delicate nerves can cause havoc elsewhere in the body, and not just manifest as pain, but issues with the function of vital organs.

Regular corrective chiropractic care has shown eliminate spinal misalignment, significantly increasing nerve flow energy and restoring the function of all critical organs, including the lungs, the heart and digestive systems.

Your friends at Shaw Chiropractic are your go-to resource for the range of remedies that help control asthma related symptoms.