“Pinched” Nerves Pt3

“Pinched” Nerves cause Dis-ease
When the nerves are compressed, their impulses may be altered and this affects the entire body. Dis-ease, a general weakening of your body, may result. Dis-ease sets the stage for diseases of all kinds. Chiropractors have observed that physical and emotional conditions of many kinds have been related to the improper functioning of the nervous system, among them ulcers, constipation, diarrhea, lung conditions such as asthma, fevers, headaches, seizures, allergies, bed-wetting, colds, hearing, vision and a host of other problems. When the spinal column is misaligned the entire skeletal system is thrown off balance which can cause fatigue and exhaustion (common early signs of spinal problems).
Most “Pinched” Nerves Don’t Hurt
Most people with “pinched” nerves are not in pain. People with painful “pinched” nerves might be considered the lucky ones-they know they have a problem in their spine and they (hopefully) will get themselves checked by a chiropractor. But what of the ones without pain? This is the big job of chiropractors today-educating the public and telling them about vertebral subluxations and the need for periodic spinal checkups.