We talk a lot about health. But what is health? What does it mean? Are we healthy if we feel good? If we feel good we assume we are healthy. But this is a superficial lie. Two of the top three leading causes of death in the U.S., heart disease and cancer, are coined “silent killers” because generally you don’t feel the disease building up in your until later in the process. This explains how many people, including the late James Gandolfini, “feel” fine in the morning but can die of a fatal heart attack in the evening. You don’t feel these diseases building up and you may even pass a physical and get the “clean bill of health.”
But if we’re testing the heart, lungs, liver, kidneys, etc… and looking for health from parts of body and not the thing that creates health, we’re missing the boat. So where does health come from? Well lets first define health:
According to Dorland’s Medical Dictionary: Health is 100% function of all cells, tissues, and organs in the body regardless of symptoms.
If health is about function, then we need to address function. So what controls all function in the human body? What’s the most important organ in the human body? The brain! In order for the heart to beat, lungs to breath, food to digest, a cut to heal, etc… Your brain must convey messages down through your spinal cord, across the nerves to every single cell, tissue, and organ in your entire body. And since the spinal column houses and protects the spinal cord and nerves, it might also be a good idea to check that. I believe there’s a direct correlation to a subluxation (a spinal misalignment that causes nerve dysfunction) and disease to the organ of which that nerve supplies. But don’t take my word for it. The best part of this whole thing is that it’s not my belief or opinion.
In 1923 Henry Windsor M.D., wanted to see if there was a correlation between a misaligned spine and disease. He did an autopsy on hundreds of bodies. He found out that when a person died of stomach disease they also had a misalignment in the area of the spine that controlled the stomach. When he did an autopsy on all the people who died of heart disease, again he found a misalignment in the area of the spine that controlled the heart. Again and again every one of the deaths were linked back to a misalignment in the same area of the spine and nerves that controlled that organ. Pretty cool huh?
So all we have to do to ensure proper communication from the brain down to the body and organs. How do we do that? We get our butts to a doctor trained to find, locate, identify, and CORRECT these subluxations. If you think for a minute about any symptoms you’ve had in the past couple years, check out this pic to see what area of the spine controls the organs associated with your symptoms.
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Don’t wait any longer to take control of your health. And no more judging your health on you feel!
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