What can I do at home to help support my Chiropractic Adjustments?
All right, so often people are asking what can i do at home or in the office to get better results faster?
It's a great question and it also shows that you are motivated to get the best results possible. There's a couple of things that you want to think about. What you want to be doing is looking to minimise the stress that you have in your life. That comes from usually three different areas.
You've got the physical stress, which is things like sitting for eight hours in a chair on a laptop, the way you're sleeping in bed, in terms of sleeping position, it could also be things like the types of sports you're doing or not doing or your driving position. It could also be chemical stress, what sort of foods are you eating, is it organic stuff, is there too much toxins in the air or is there a problem with the water coming out of your your tap. The other stuff could be emotional stresses. There might be a problem in your family or in relationships. Is there a lot of time pressure in your job?
Now the key thing here is, that you can't control all of those factors. You just can't control everything in the world. It's about figuring out what one or two or three things will have the biggest impact, when you change them. I'm not suggesting you go out and change your job. Though a lot of people do that through their chiropractic journey, but I do recommend curiously thinking about a few things that you could change. That you feel like you're in control of them. You can definitely talk to your chiropractor about that. They are obviously experts in chiropractic, but we also have a great network of local healthcare professionals, whether it's nutrition coaches, peak performance coaches from the mental aspect, yoga teachers etc. We could send you to get more professional information on one those aspects. We also have an online course that we've put together, taking off some of the key elements to that. We'll make that link available.
Have a think about it. Don't put pressure on yourself. It's not about trying to change everything, it's about making small adjustments. Talk to your chiropractor, maybe they know a couple of those things, that might really get the ball moving with as little effort as possible. So have fun with it and we'll see you next time. Cheers!:)