There are several kinds of stress that effect people daily. From body stresses like illness, injury, and lack of sleep to emotional stresses like relocating, losing a job, and ending a relationship, all these types of stress can cause a tremendous amount of tension on the body. Stress can also increase blood pressure, impact the digestive system, and increase anxiety.
Fortunately, seeing one of our specialists can help you find some relief for your stress. At the Advanced Pain Relief Institute in Lindenhurst, our pain relief specialists aim to understand the underlying causes of your stress and provide specific treatments to help your body communicate clearly with the central nervous system. Many times, stress can cause a person’s nervous system to become out of sync, which can begin to impact the immune system and cause other types of health issues. Our specialists will check for misalignments in the body because that can also contribute to stress in the body. Through our treatment methods, you can begin to feel yourself again and learn to deal with stress without letting it affect your daily life.
To learn more about how our treatments can help you with stress, call The Advanced Pain Relief Institute in Lindenhurst at (847) 603-2500 to schedule an appointment with Dr. Jeffrey Wells, DC. today.
Stress can be brought on by a number of things including, but not limited to, job security, driving in rush hour traffic, being overworked, and arguing with your spouse. At the time, you may not feel this physical stress, but it can take a toll on your sleep rhythms, diet, and overall lifestyle. Stress can increase your blood pressure, shut down your digestive and immune systems, and increasing your heart rate. Seeing a chiropractor today can allow you to get some tips on how to deal with the daily stresses that, over time, take a toll on your body. So call us today.
Chronic Pain Conditions
A pain caused by heavy physical activity, lack of use, injuries such as sprains or strains, or a form of arthritis.
Affects millions of people a year, mainly people who work at a desk or on a computer.
Pain that resulted from many different situations and activities. Pain killers mask the symptoms rather than treat them.