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Dysautonomia effects millions of people in North America alone. Do you have unexplained symptoms such as dizziness, light headedness, brain fog, or digestive irregularities? You may have an autonomic dysfunction.

 

 

Do you ever feel lightheaded or dizzy when you stand?

Feel like you are living in a fog, have trouble sleeping or problems with digestion?

Do you feel limited in your physical activities because they make you feel worse?

Have you been told that there is nothing wrong or that it is all in your head?

Millions of people worldwide suffer from what can be considered an invisible illness: dysfunction of their autonomic nervous system.  It can be difficult to measure or image and can present with a wide array of strange and seemingly unconnected symptoms. This dysfunction, called DYSAUTONOMIA, can affect several different body functions that are under autonomic control, in other words, are not under our conscious control.

These include functions like heart rate and blood pressure, body temperature, digestion, and reproductive functions.

Treating autonomic dysfunction requires taking an integrative approach to address the structural, biochemical, and psychological components of the disorder in order to get the body functioning as a whole again. Being educated on what is happening inside your body is the first step in taking back control of your health.

The ConNECKtion and Why it is Important

Your skull and vertebral column house and protect your central nervous system. When these structures are compromised increased stress and dysfunction of the nervous system can occur.

Aligning the Upper Neck

Chiropractors who practice with the National Upper Cervical Chiropractic Association (NUCCA) utilize a very specific and gentle technique to realign the joints between the head and neck and reduce stress on the nervous system.

Make your body a great place to live again!

Take the Next Step

Book a consultation to see if your posture is interfering with your ability to function.