Smartphone Addiction: It’s Like Electronic Heroin

By Dr. John Reizer

Most people are well aware of the dangers associated with taking certain street and prescription drugs. We’ve all heard the horror stories about a particular person getting hopelessly addicted to cocaine or heroin. These chemicals as well as many others are, undoubtedly, very dangerous substances.

Although most users begin taking said drugs voluntarily, it doesn’t take long before they have become full blown addicts. Chemical drug dependency is a serious problem that takes many months, and in some cases many years to successfully conquer. Most people are unable to kick a chemical drug habit without the help of a fully trained medical staff.

The human nervous system is wired in such a way that when we take part in pleasurable activities, certain chemicals are released inside the brain that cause us to want to continue the pleasurable experiences. One of those chemicals is called Dopamine.

The neurotransmitter Dopamine allows us to feel very happy and the more the chemical is released inside the brain, the happier we will feel. Pleasurable experiences like eating and having sex cause Dopamine to be released inside the brain. The taking of certain drugs like heroin also causes a lot of Dopamine to be released inside the brain and this in turn causes a very euphoric state that drug users often report experiencing.

With continued drug use, the brain eventually reduces the amount of Dopamine that is released and it becomes more difficult to feel the same level of pleasure that was initially experienced by the user. In order to reach the same level of pleasure, more of the drug is required each time and the cycle goes on and on.

It is easy for most people in today’s world to understand that a chemical modality, like heroin, could cause a person to become hopelessly addicted. But it’s not so easy for members of society to understand that the same mechanisms that are causing people to become drug addicts are also capable of causing people to become addicted to computers and Smartphones.

Electronic addiction is very real and millions of people are becoming electronic addicts even as I write these words. And if you believe that this is all taking place because of some unfortunate accident – think again! The telecommunication corporations are well aware of the fact that their products are habit forming. They know that when you first start off, your data package will be small. But just like a nicotine junkie increases the number of cigarette packs they smoke a day each year, the Smartphone user will also increase the amount of data they require over time.

Smartphone users repeatedly stimulate pathways inside the human brain that cause the release of Dopamine which rewards the user with a pleasurable experience. This scenario recurs over and over again and eventually more electronic stimulation is required to reach the same level of pleasure that was present initially.

In this situation the modality used to trigger the Dopamine release is electronic in nature and not a chemical product. Chemical modality or electronic modality, it doesn’t matter; the same addictive result is accomplished. Smartphone users can become so addicted that they cannot go more than ten minutes at a time without checking text messages, emails, Facebook, Instagram and other social media applications. When a Smartphone user picks up his or her device, it’s similar to a nicotine addict picking up a cigarette and taking a puff.

Are you a Smartphone addict? How many hours do you spend on one of these gadgets? Do you get stressed when you put your phone down? Are you afraid you’re missing something important online? Do you get stressed when your phone battery is getting low?

What do you think about this subject?

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The Town of Sickville


By Dr. John Reizer

Once upon a time, there was a small town named Sickville. Sickville was an economically thriving community and its entire financial well-being was dependent on a number of health care companies that regularly provided services to the many citizens living within its borders.

According to the local census bureau, Sickville had a population of 2,000. Approximately 450 of the townspeople were health care practitioners. The remainder of the residents worked in other health related occupations.

Many of Sickville’s citizens were staff members at one of six local hospitals. Others drove the 25 delivery trucks that routinely carried medical supplies to 35 community drugstores. The remainder of the population worked for the locally owned ambulance company. The small town proudly operated 50, state-of-the-art, patient transport vehicles.

Almost every resident of Sickville earned a good living. 90 percent of the population had no mortgage or car payments. The people of Sickville seemed to have plenty of money to buy whatever they wanted, and many of them had become wealthy.

Unfortunately, most of Sickville’s population was not very healthy. The citizens couldn’t enjoy the money they were earning. People were often too sick to go on vacations and take part in other fun activities. Most of the townspeople were challenged with chronic colds and recurring bouts of influenza. Others suffered with autoimmune disorders, cardiovascular disease and diabetes. A growing number of citizens had recently developed more serious illnesses, like Cancer and Leukemia.

Very few of the town’s residents had all of their body parts intact. In Sickville it was considered a normal practice to have elective surgery for precautionary measures. Useless organs, that often caused problems later in a person’s life like gallbladders, appendices, and tonsils, were routinely removed by one of the town’s 56 surgeons. Men and women were also regularly encouraged to have vasectomies and hysterectomies after the age of 40. These were common sense health practices, routinely taught and reinforced in the Sickville Public School System.

A very small number of individuals, living in Sickville (about 50), were homeless people. They were the ones that didn’t have an official disease yet; but it was only a matter of time before they would be diagnosed with one. Every resident living in Sickville became unhealthy sooner or later. That’s why there was always such a big demand for medical doctors and other health care services.

The townspeople referred to the homeless people as the poor and unfortunate ones that roamed around looking for handouts. None of them could afford quality health care services, so they missed out on the many disease prevention programs that the more affluent citizens took advantage of.

A new town ordinance had recently been passed requiring every citizen living in Sickville to visit a medical physician at least once per month. The regular medical visits ensured all residents, except for the homeless people, were up-to-date on vaccines and other preventive health care protocols that had been established by the local medical board.

Preventive care was a big deal in Sickville. The town’s medical doctors had determined, many years earlier, the only way to prevent newer and deadlier diseases was to continue to develop and administer an assortment of vaccines. The medical board had declared an all out war on sickness.

Another new law required the residents of Sickville to proudly display their diagnosed diseases on the front of their driver’s licenses. The local medical board felt it was important for the town council members to keep track of all illnesses that were currently active within the community. This was because officially diagnosed diseases translated into profitable revenue streams for the entire town.

One September afternoon, something very unusual happened in Sickville. A new doctor moved into the only vacant building in town. This practitioner was different from the other doctors. He prescribed no medicines; administered no vaccines; performed no surgeries, and he didn’t wear a white coat. He called himself a chiropractor.

Quickly, the chiropractor opened his professional office inside the once vacant building. The people of Sickville were very curious about the new doctor. He had only brought with him a few chairs for his waiting room and a strange looking table that he used to work on his patients.

At first, the chiropractor only took care of the community’s homeless people. He bartered with his patients instead of charging them a fee. In return, the patients painted his office and helped him in other ways. He’d ask his patients to lie on the strange table and would feel their backs. Every once in a while he’d push his hands down, forcefully, onto their spines. That’s, pretty much, all the chiropractor would do.

It didn’t take very long for gossip to get out to the other people of Sickville. The gossip began traveling fast about how the chiropractor practiced a strange brand of medicine. Many townspeople thought he was crazy – a quack!

After awhile, some of the other citizens in town began going to the chiropractor. They enjoyed visiting him because he taught them interesting concepts they’d never heard before from other health care practitioners.

The chiropractor explained, to his new patients, how the human brain sent important messages to the entire body through the spinal cord and how the spine protected the spinal cord. He also explained how spinal adjustments helped to realign the spinal bones when they became misaligned from one another. The chiropractor told his patients that once the spinal bones were properly aligned, the brain’s messages could get through to the entire body and health could be restored naturally, without taking drugs.

The chiropractor also explained that when the nervous system worked properly, and wasn’t being interfered with by misaligned spinal bones, the townspeople would be healthier, and they wouldn’t have to surgically remove their body parts. He explained that the removal of tonsils, appendices, and gallbladders was not, really, a smart thing to do. The chiropractor also went on to explain that receiving vaccines was a waste of time and that the shots harmed their immune systems. The chiropractor told the members of the community that many of the harmful diseases the people of Sickville were experiencing were coming from the preventive vaccines and that vaccinations, in general, were preventing good health from being expressed in their bodies.

A year after the chiropractor opened his office, many of the townspeople were visiting him for spinal adjustments on a weekly basis. 900 of the residents were now under regular chiropractic care. The new chiropractic patients stopped visiting the other doctors and they stopped buying prescription drugs and getting vaccinations. They also stopped scheduling surgeries to remove their organs.

Because people weren’t visiting medical doctors, the physicians began moving out of Sickville to look for work in other nearby communities. The surgeons left too because no one wanted to have their body parts removed.

It didn’t take very long for the six hospitals to feel the effects of a decrease in business. All but one of the facilities had to close its doors. The one hospital that remained open had a lot of vacant space and decided to rent the empty parts of the building to the new chiropractor. He opened a satellite office and hired 5 additional chiropractors to help take care of all the new chiropractic patients.

Everyone in Sickville was beginning to get well. Almost all the diseases the townspeople had experienced, for so many years, had miraculously disappeared.

Unfortunately, as luck would have it, the community of Sickville began to experience financial hard times. A recession had, mysteriously, hit the entire area. It soon turned into an economic depression. The town was only able to keep one ambulance operating, and 33 of the 35 drugstores had to close due to low sales. Financially speaking, it was a terrible time.

At one point, the economy got so bad that quite a few townspeople lost their jobs. Many were forced to take out mortgages on their homes in order to pay for living expenses. After awhile, residents couldn’t make their mortgage payments and lost homes to foreclosure. The previously wealthy citizens of Sickville were broke and forced to live in shelters with the other homeless people.

One night, the local members of the medical board got together and held a secret meeting. They discussed, at length, the town’s unhealthy economy. They blamed the community’s financial problems on the new chiropractor that had moved into town. They concluded it was his radical and unscientific ideas that had destroyed most of the health care businesses in Sickville.

The medical board conducted a vote and unanimously decided to outlaw the practice of chiropractic in Sickville. They rationalized that the practice of chiropractic was based on pseudoscience and was a direct threat to the health and well-being of all citizens. In one secret meeting, the medical board had solved the town’s biggest problem.

The very next day, the chiropractor cleared out his office and left Sickville. The townspeople were upset at first, but they soon forgot about the strange doctor with the funny table that pressed on backs.

A new practitioner immediately moved into the chiropractor’s vacant office. He was a real doctor that prescribed drugs; performed surgeries; administered vaccines, and most important, he wore a white coat.

Within a few months, people started getting sick all over again. Soon after that, the medical doctors returned to town. Even the surgeons came back to Sickville. People were losing their health rapidly and desperately needed to have useless organs removed. The hospital system seemed to expand overnight. Inside of a year, the six hospitals were back in business and filled to capacity. There was even talk about building a seventh one.

The ambulance company was busy again also, just like old times. They managed to increase their fleet of patient transport vehicles to 53. People were sicker than ever. In fact, there were so many different epidemics taking place at the same time, the medical board decided to purchase three times the normal amount of vaccines for the hospitals and drugstores.

Sickville had definitely returned to the way it was before the strange doctor, who pressed on backs, had come to town. People were so ill; they were dying faster than any other time in the town’s recorded history.

The only consolation for the Sickville townspeople was that the economy had finally begun to recover. Because the citizens were so ill, they had generated revenue streams like never before. Almost every citizen managed to climb out of debt. Money was changing hands like crazy and the residents of Sickville were able to buy back their homes and purchase new cars. The depression was officially over and the economy was healthier than ever.

Article Reprinted, with permission from Win-Can Publishing, from the book, “Pull Your Head Out of the Sand: Because What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You” (c) 2012 by Dr. John Reizer.
 

Drug Companies Are Not In Business To Make You Healthy

Dr. John L. Reizer

Like any business, drug companies want more customers. Unlike any other business, these multinational corporations have the means to create lifelong customers because they can get their prospects chemically addicted to dangerous, synthetic compounds that have been specifically designed for just that purpose.

Think about the people in your life that take prescription medicines. You probably know an aunt or uncle that takes a pill to control hypertension, diabetes, cholesterol, or some other chronic condition. Maybe the person you know taking a prescribed drug is a parent or a sibling. Maybe you’re the person addicted to a prescription drug. How long have you been taking the same pill for a medically, diagnosed condition? Has it been days, weeks, months or years? Chances are good that the people you know taking prescription drugs have been doing so for an extended period of time. Chances are equally good that the people you know taking medications aren’t planning on kicking their habits anytime soon.

The drug companies are in business to create and sell addictive, chemical products perceived by the members of society to be necessary in order to create a healthy, functioning body. People actually believe, in today’s world, the only way to control diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol is through prescription drugs. The average person doesn’t give much consideration to the idea of getting off the sofa to partake in an exercise program. Most people want instant gratification. They want to be healthy without having to put serious effort into their campaigns. They’d rather take a prescription drug than walk a few miles everyday to improve some flagged chemistry profile that was discovered in a lab test ordered by a physician.

There are many health care experts openly questioning recommended, published guidelines pertaining to blood pressure and cholesterol. For years, allopathic medicine supported the idea that a good systolic blood pressure was 100 + a person’s age. If a person was 65 years old, an acceptable blood pressure reading, according to the old guidelines, was around 165/80. But that didn’t bode well for Big Pharma’s plan to medicate most of the U.S. population. The solution, lower the published guidelines so millions of people could instantly be reclassified as having hypertension. Suddenly, there was a need for a lot more drugs to be prescribed to all those people diagnosed with high blood pressure.

It’s the opinion of some natural health care practitioners that cholesterol guidelines have also been published at a lower level than is attainable by the body through natural measures. The current guidelines are practically unattainable without synthetic drugs. There are serious questions being asked, by some scientists, about the dangers of Statin drugs which artificially lower cholesterol levels in human beings, and about how low cholesterol might negatively impact the immune system over time.

As long as there continues to be lazy and apathetic people in the world, drug companies will continue to prosper.

It’s pretty ironic that we commonly associate the drug business with health care when, in fact, it’s sickness care this industry and its associated professions are pedaling.

The countless drugs being produced by a myriad of companies are not designed to make people healthy. They are designed to control and suppress the symptoms associated with physiological disorders. Many of these symptoms are important and strategic attempts by the body to naturally heal bodily tissues.

To heal the body from the inside out is a concept not often addressed, for the most part, by members of organized medicine or the pharmaceutical industry. To address, in a public forum, the idea that human beings could possibly resolve physiological obstacles without the use of synthetically made products, that have U.S. and international patents firmly attached to them, would be considered pseudo-science by many traditional health care professionals. Individual doctors and scientists having the nerve to broach, publicly, any ideas that might rub friction into conventional, medical dogma of the present day, are usually ostracized from their colleagues, supervisors, and profession. To go against the grain, in the medical world, is to commit professional suicide.

The drug corporations; the medical schools and associated textbooks they produce for such institutions; the insurance companies they indirectly own or control; the media companies that sponsor drug advertisements or are directly owned by parent companies that have ownership ties to drug companies; the research scientists that are paid by funds coming from institutions and grants with close ties to drug companies, and the profitability factor associated with selling pharmaceutical products that are inexpensive to produce and sold, in many instances, at a 1000% markup in price to health care consumers are the enabling components allowing this national health crisis to continue year after year. Meanwhile, we have politicians and people up in arms, arguing about what’s the best way to pay for prescription drugs that are killing many of us. What’s the best solution? Obamacare? Trumpcare? Forget about paying for this crap. We need to stop producing these poisons right now if we ever hope to get people back to a true state of health.

The statistics compiled by the World Health Organization (WHO) demonstrate a very disturbing trend for people living in America. Despite the fact our nation has the best and most sophisticated health care technology in the world, we continue to have a lot of unhealthy people walking around. If one were to put two and two together, a simple conclusion could be drawn that would clearly point to prescription drugs as being the major culprit that’s been dragging the entire nation’s health status into the toilet when compared to other countries throughout the world keeping similar statistics.

As I’ve written many times before, in various books and articles, Big Pharma does not gain anything, from a financial perspective, by developing products that would cure any specific disease process. To find a cure is counter productive to the drug industry’s goal of expanding its business. To find a cure means, in effect, to destroy business. There’s no money to be made when people are functioning in a healthy manner. The money and potential profit are all based on a nation filled with sick and dying citizens. The more sick people there are, the better the profits will be for Big Pharma.

Most of what health care consumers understand about health has come from textbooks and media presentations that are completely controlled by the pharmaceutical industry. With today’s media construct, there are very few sources people can access to get reliable, unbiased information on the subject of health. At NoFakeNews, we are attempting to provide readers with reliable information about health and other important subjects.

On a closing note, I believe it’s important to remind everybody to become active participants when it comes to their health and well being. Commit to a daily exercise program; drink plenty of clean, non-fluoridated water; eat a healthy, balanced diet, and refrain from visiting medical physicians unless you encounter an emergency situation that cannot be stabilized without the presence of medical personnel. By using a little common sense, when reviewing options that might affect your health, you can decrease the odds of becoming dependent on prescription drugs and being harmed by drug companies that are not in business to make you healthy.

Disclaimer

The health information that has been written on this website is not intended to replace a professional relationship between a patient and a health care specialist nor is it intended as medical advice. Readers are encouraged to make health care decisions based upon their own independent research!

Quick Ways to Prep for an Economic Collapse

By Dan Sullivan

Guest Writer

I think we can all agree that, regardless of who’s in the White House, an economic collapse is more than likely. The US as well as the entire world are more divided than ever, which means any law that would be good for the economy could be blocked, repealed and so on.

Whether the almost $20 trillion debt, Russia or some other factor will trigger an economic collapse, you have to be prepared. Keep in mind that Venezuela collapsed recently because of the drop in oil prices coupled with their Government’s socialist agenda, of course. This is proof that the drop that fills the glass can fall at any time.

In this article, I’m not looking to point fingers. Instead, I want to give you sure ways to prepare and make sure that, no matter what happens, your basic necessities will be met.

#1. Pay Your Debt

I’m sure you’ve heard this advice before, but let me ask you this: are you really sacrificing things in order to do this? Are you eating out less, using less fuel and reducing your carbon footprint? Getting out of your comfort zone can be challenging when you’re used to a certain lifestyle, but how else are you going to pay off your debt?

I know it’s hard… The trick is to do it gradually. Make it a weekly goal to use less, say only twice a week. This way you’ll be forced to ride a bike or a bus to work, or even to walk to the grocery store. It’s good for your health too.

You can make an entire list of things to slowly give up and save. Don’t give up on them completely, that’s only going to cause you to bounce back to where you were initially. Instead, let your body get used to the idea of eating out less or always buying the latest iPhone. YOU DON’T NEED IT!

#2. Get Financially Smart

It doesn’t matter where you live, you’re sure to find laws that will help you save or earn money, even in small amounts. While those laws may not amount to much in case of an economic collapse, they’ll fit perfectly into your new financial disciplinary program.

The perfect example are those laws that give you tax cuts if you pay your taxes early, but you’re sure to find more. Some call them loopholes, and many are controversial, but you don’t know until you research.

#3. Start a Stockpile

If you looked at what’s happening in Venezuela, you probably read about people eating their pets to avoid starvation. It’s important to look at other countries to see what items are going to become valuable in times of crisis, as well as to notice the behavior of those who become desperate.

Food should be at the top of the list so, instead of blocking large amounts of money in gold and silver, why not start a stockpile? I’m not saying you should disregard precious metals, just to set your priorities straight.

#4. Buy Property in a Secluded Place

Not just to live there if things get bad at your current location, but to be able to live off the land when your food stockpiles will diminish. You can start a garden and set up a rainwater harvesting system, but make sure it’s legal to gather that much water. Some states forbid it, which is why doing your due diligence is important.

Another problem you need to solve from the start is security. Since you won’t be there most of the time, it’s possible that someone will eventually steal your crops or your harvest. The obvious thing you can do is pick a place that’s away from the main road and to make sure the entire place looks deserted form the outside.

Another thing you can do is start a permaculture garden, which is a self-running ecosystem that works with a lot less human interaction. The big benefit is that from a distance it looks like bush, meaning the veggies are hidden under a layer of weeds and herbs. Permaculture principles are definitely something to look into, particularly since some people report higher yields compared to traditional gardening techniques.

#5. Don’t Forget the Other Basic Necessities

Once you’ve taken care of food, don’t forget water (which is actually more important because, if your water supply is contaminated, you’ll quickly dehydrate), clothes, home protection (from thugs, looters etc.), self-defense (firearms), as well as knives, tools to fix your home and ways to communicate.

Although prepping still has a bad stigma attached to it, I think we can all agree it is now mainstream, and for good reason: people are starting to realize that, just because things seem ok today, that might not be the case tomorrow.

#6. Avoid the Shiny Object Syndrome

There are many financial presentations out there, convincing us to invest in this or that stock, or to buy this or that precious metal.

See, what happens is that most people fall for these presentations and, I’m not trying to say they’re wrong, just that they’re OPINIONS. These opinions may be right or wrong, and the guys who formulate them don’t necessarily put a lot of thought into. Once they have something marketable, they then focus on how to make the presentations more appealing.

If you want to make money as an investor, the surest way to do it is to specialize on one thing and not give up until you figure it out. For example, if you want to invest in tech companies, forget everything else and start reading all the tech news you can. Not for a week or a month, but for years on end. Become an expert on that financial aspect and you’ll surely see long term profits.

This applies to business as well. Don’t try to start 3 businesses at once in 3 different niches, and don’t give up on them after a couple of months. Start one and stick to it. I started my website at www.SurvivalSullivan.com 2 years ago and the first 12 months were horrible. But I knew I had a mission and I didn’t quit, and now things are working much better.

So long as you see people in that niche that are successful, it means you can be too, you just have to put in the work and, if need be, some money (maybe from a partner, so you don’t go into debt).

Of course, if you want a business that will also work in case of an economic collapse, anything related to food, water and basic services is probably a good idea: organic food production, rainwater harvesting installments, personal security systems, clothing stores and outdoor stores. Basically anything that could provide things people will be interested in post-collapse (whether they’ll pay in cash or barter for).

All of This Sounds Easy, but How Should You Go About It?

Easy. Sort of. Start with #1 and make plans to pay off mortgage and other outstanding debt. After a week of nothing but focus on this one thing, start focusing on having a basic food and water stockpile. Again, make a plan, use an online spreadsheet to estimate costs and only purchase things you’ve thoroughly researched.

Once this is taken care of, you should look into buying some land, as well as to improve your stockpile. Now, I realize that you may not have the money since you’re still in debt, but this should only motivate you to pay it all off faster.

Dan Sullivan

Getting Healthy Through Chiropractic

Dr. John Reizer

As a doctor of chiropractic, I have always felt an obligation to help educate patients, laypersons and anyone else that might have had a sincere desire to learn something about becoming healthier. This post has to do with the real life benefits associated with being under regular chiropractic care and how a better expression of human physiology and health can be realized by simply maintaining the integrity of the spine’s alignment.

My brother, Dr. Steven Reizer a successful chiropractor who practices in the Upstate of South Carolina, recently shared with me some pretty amazing results he achieved while working with a patient in his private practice.

The patient, a 14 year old male, entered his office complaining of neck pain and stiffness. Range of motion in the cervical spine had been diminished considerably. The boy reported the condition had been present for about eight months and had been getting progressively worse over time. After taking x-rays, Dr. Reizer discovered the young patient had a kyphosis in the cervical spine. This is a condition where the normal curve of the neck is reversed.

Upon careful examination of the radiographs (x-rays) it became apparent to Dr. Reizer that the cervical spinal bones in question were all well maintained and had not been fractured. Several of the bony segments in the region, however had been subluxated (slightly misaligned from each other) in a posterior direction. This situation had caused tremendous spasticity in many of the paraspinal muscles of the cervical spine. The spastic muscular activity along with the misaligned spinal segments caused a reversal of the normal cervical curve.

Chiropractic Care

The young patient was given a series of eight chiropractic adjustments over a six week period of time and then another set of cervical x-rays were taken to see if any changes might be noticeable. It should be noted that after the chiropractic adjustments were administered, the patient had normal range of motion and the pain and stiffness in his neck had abated.

Pre and Post X-Rays of Patient’s Cervical Spine

The first radiograph (taken before care commenced) pictured above on the left shows a very apparent kyphosis in the cervical spine. It’s possible to see in this view that the posterior arch of the Atlas vertebra (C1) has taken on the appearance of being pushed upward and into the occipital region of the skull. It’s also possible to see in this view that a number of cervical spinal segments have moved posterior in relationship to each other.

The spinal adjustments administered were very specific in that they addressed posteriority of the segments involved as well as any rotational considerations that were present in the patient’s spine.

Looking at the second radiograph on the right (taken six weeks after care commenced), it’s interesting to note from a clinical perspective that any posteriority associated with the mid and lower cervical segments as well as the extreme inferior tilting of the Atlas (C1) vertebra appear to have been corrected. It’s equally interesting to note that the kyphosis present earlier was replaced with an almost normal looking lordotic cervical curve. Keep in mind that these dramatic changes were made with only eight spinal adjustments.

It’s easy to see on a set of x-rays how the cervical spine can become adversely affected by vertebral subluxations. What is not visible, however is the amount of nerve damage that this problem can cause in the human body. Many spinal nerves can and do become negatively affected with the loss of proper spinal alignment and this can cause a loss of health and physiological expression in a person.

There is not a surgical procedure in existence nor a pharmaceutical product on the market that can correct a vertebral subluxation. Only a chiropractic adjustment can correct this problem. Vertebral subluxations occur at some point in most people and that is why it’s imperative that every person should take the time to have his or her spine checked by a qualified chiropractor each year.

What do you think about this subject?