Many women (a large majority of them, actually) live with PMS symptoms -- some minor in severity, and others experiencing symptoms ranging from mild bloating to severe mood swings and lethargy. Menstrual and premenstrual syndrome issues tend to reach their peak awfulness when women are in their late 20s to their early 40s.
10-20% of women experience severe symptoms from PMS that curb their wellness and productivity.
Chiropractic Offers a Drug-Free Solution
Many doctors might prescribe medication for treating PMS symptoms, but chiropractic care aims to correct subluxations in the spine that could be affecting the communication system in your body, affecting your organs, hormones, adn more.
Reduce PMS Symptom Severity
Studies are showing that women who consistently explore the benefits of chiropractic treatments see a reduction in severity when it comes to their PMS symptoms.
Chiropractic care has also been shown to assist in nerve tissue regulation in the lower abdomen, which helps reduce pressure and irritation.
Schedule Your Consultation Today
Contact Espinosa Family Chiropractic today to learn more about how chiropractic treatments can help women having menstrual issues or living with heavy symptoms from PMS.
Did you know that chiropractic treatments can benefit patients during all stages of their lifespan, pregnancy included?
The Body Changes During Pregnancy
When the body goes through something like pregnancy there are many changes. Hauling around the extra weight for 9 months can really start to take its toll on the body and chiropractic treatments are the perfect antidote for the stress the mind and body go through during the various stages of pregnancy.
Your body undeniably changes shape and the experience can negatively affect your posture, which chiropractic treatments/adjustments will help correct. Chirorpactic also offers a drug-free pain management solution to patients, helping them successfully work through joint and back pain.
Boost Your Mood
Chiropractic treatments will also improve your mood and have been shown to reduce anxiety, reduce depression, even help with insomnia. Chiropractic treatments also improve neurfunctionality. It's a great idea to implement chiropractic treatments into your pregnancy wellness plan because it will ultimately be a better experience for your baby.
Reduce Labor/Delivery Time
During labor and delivery chiropractic treatments have been shown to be beneficial, too, reducing overall labor time and time to deliver the baby in patients who had undergone consistent chiropractic treatments prior.
If you have any questions about the additional benefit chiropractic treatments have to offer during pregnancy, contact Espinosa Family Chiropractic today.
At Espinosa Family Chiropractic we have a long track record of treating patients of all ages, entire families as a matter of fact.
Many children experience bed wetting and the causes of this problem are not totally understood, even in this day and age. Bed wetting occurs most commonly in children ages 4 and under, but older children can also be affected.
Identifying the Source of the Problem
Children can experience bed wetting due to their underdeveloped bladders. Their bodies may not be able to identify a full bladder just yet. If a child is wetting the bed after not doing it for a long period of time, this could be due to stress -- for instance, a change in the environment, divorce, marital problems, some sort of health disorder, or even could be a sign of abuse.
Your Child's Bed-Wetting Could Be Due to Irritated Nerves
Oftentimes irritated nerves which are tasked with controlling the bladder's functionality is are the root of the problem. This particular set of nerves exit the Sacrum, an area of the spine -- which is one large fused bone in an adult but only five individual segments in a child. When these segments become misaligned, this can serious compromise in the nerves that are responsible for normal bladder function.
Although chiropractic care is not traditionally a treatment used for bed wetting, it's actually helped many children living with the problem.
If your child is wetting the bed, contact Espinosa Family Chiropractic for drug-free, all-natural solutions.
When it comes to proper lifting technique, some of us may be missing the mark without even knowing about it, which can open us up to all sorts of workplace injuries, not to mention injuries at home, and even in the gym when we're trying to get fit.
Below are some of the main Dos and Don'ts when it comes to lifting heavy objects.
Do make sure that you squat down and lift with your legs. Make sure that your feet are shoulder-witch apart or thereabouts and that one foot is slightly ahead of the other, without sacrificing your center of gravity. Keep whatever you're lifting close to your body because when you hold that object outside from your body you're putting undue amounts of pressure on your back. Try to always grab a friend or coworker to assist you when lifting a heavy object, too.
Make sure that you avoid bending over to lift an object and never lift with your back. If you have your feet too close together you will risk losing your footing and your center of gravity, so try to keep a wide base. Always avoid lifting heavy objects by yourself.
If you have any questions about proper lifting technique or if you experience an injury from lifting a heavy object, contact Espinosa Family Chiropractic today to schedule your consultation.
Your gastrointestinal system is a vital component of your body's health and functionality. In many ways, our gut affects our physical health and our mental health. Chiropractic care is one method of treatment that can help relieve GI problems, which we'll go further into below along with listing some additional ways you can reduce GI problems.
Change Your Diet
Change in dietary habits can go a long way in re-establishing your gut health. Eating fiber and staying away from processed sugar and carbs will also help. Try reducing dairy and see if that works, too.
Drink More Water and Less Soda
Soda and other carbonated beverages can really do a number on your stomach. Sticking with water is a great way to improve your health without dealing with the nonsense soft drinks have to offer.
Visit the Chiropractor
We know what you're thinking: how on earth can my chiropractor help my GI problems. At Espinosa Family Chiropractic we perform spinal manipulation treatments that will get your spine and torso in proper alignment. Patients with GI problems have shown improvement of symptoms when undergoing chiropractic treatment. Chiropractic manipulation also helps reduce neurological dysfunction, which has been linked to GI problems.
If you have any questions about how we can help relieve your GI problems the drug-free way, contact Espinosa Family Chiropractic today to schedule your consultation.