Have you ever wondered...
--what is neuroplasticity?
--how does my brain change and how does it affect me?
--what is cortisol and what does stress have to do with it?
Dr. Tony Ebel describes subluxation as being stuck in stress mode. I really like this idea of subluxation or misalignment - going into stress mode and not being able to get back to non-stress mode. This is a great illustration of what subluxation is. Read More
It would be similar to putting your car in neutral and then pressing the pedal to the medal. You'll use a lot of energy and not get very far.
Subluxation leads to increased cortisol levels which leads to adverse affects on the brain – specifically pre-frontal cortex, anterior cingulated and the hippocampous. This leads to dysregulated brain wave patterns that become ‘hard wired’ through neuroplasticity.
Did you know that you're brilliant - mind and body alike? I know you know that your child is brilliant! Let's take a look at the brilliance of your body and how your body can learn to adapt and change - and how this benefits you!
How does your body know to keep breathing and to keep your heart beating? Is it something you have to consciously think about? No, of course not. Your body does this on its own without you having to think about at all. This is your innate intelligence at work. Read More
Your body is brilliant. It knows what it needs and will always attempt to correct problems or alert you (your brain) to something that needs to be taken care of.
Did you know that approximately 15-20% of people are considered to be highly sensitive? What does this mean for you? What does it mean to be sensitive?
What does it mean to be sensitive? While sensitivity can manifest in various ways being sensitive may mean that you or your child has sensory processing sensitivity. This means that your nervous system is more active than the nervous system of your not as sensitive peer.
Click ‘read more’ to find out what another mom is saying about her experience with Chiropractic and her son with Sensory Processing Disorder! Read More