What is the difference between a sick and a healthy person?
By Dr. Scott Vautrin
In Chiropractic schools' microbiology class I vividly remember the day when we all swabbed a part of our body, rubbed it on a petri dish and let it grow under heat and light for a couple days. When we came back to class and looked under a high powered microscope we identified staph strep and a host of rod and cone shapes. It gave us all the creepy crawlies.
Now, science has discovered, there are more bacteria, fungus and viruses than there are cells in your body. Recent studies show that there were about 39 trillion bacterial cells in the body. While finding there to be about 30 trillion human cells in the body. This study does not take into account fungi and viruses.
So, how is it we survive crawling with bugs all over us inside and out?
Our amazing bodies are a living microbiome (organic garden) housing our spirit and consciousness. Somehow, we maintain that balance by keeping a positive mental state and caring for the wellbeing of our body with rest hydration and healthy food.
Most of us have experienced being exposed to partners, family members and colleagues who were very sick yet some how we had either no or very little reaction.
A recent report of 276 volunteers exposed to a common cold virus showed that those who had been under stress for more than a month were most likely to get sick.
Recently, scientists were able to take a radioactive analogue of glucose as a marker to measure brain glucose consumption as it would indicate brain metabolic activity after a chiropractic adjustment. Their findings were AMAZING!
The patients who received a chiropractic adjustment showed a decrease in parts of the brain related to increased stress levels. Specifically, sympathetic tone was inhibited, salivary amylase was decreased (indicating a decrease in fight/flight physiology), regional brain metabolic changes occurred, and muscle tone & pain intensity decreased following ONE single chiropractic adjustment."
This means that Chiropractic adjustments help to reduce emotional stress, reduce physical stress, decrease tightness in muscles, decrease pain. This reduction in stress enhances brain function improves our immune response.
HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
Dr. Robert Ader, a psychologist at the University Of Rochester School Of Medicine, performed the key experiments to prove the brain-nervous system immunes system connection. The following summarizes the essential evidence of the connection between the brain, the nervous system, and the immune system:
• NERVE ENDINGS ARE FOUND IN THE TISSUES OF THE IMMUNE SYSTEM. The central nervous system is linked to both the bone marrow and thymus, where immune system cells are produced and developed and to the spleen and lymph nodes, where those cells are stored.
• CHANGES IN THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM ALTER IMMUNE RESPONSES AND TRIGGERING AN IMMUNE RESPONSE ALTERS CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM ACTIVITY. Researchers have found that inducing an immune response causes nerve cells in the hypothalamus to become more active and the brain cell activity peaks at precisely the same time that levels of antibodies are at their highest. The brain monitors immunological changes closely.
• LYMPHOCYTES ARE CHEMICALLY RESPONSIVE TO HORMONES AND NEUROTRANSMITTERS. Immune system cells have receptor-molecular structures on their surfaces that allow them to receive information from the nervous system and other parts of the immune system.
Get your brain and nervous system balanced now. Patients not only regularly experience immediate symptom relief, but enhanced posture, energy and performance and SUPER IMMUNE SYSTEM FUNCTION.
Schedule you or your family or friends' initial consult and first adjustment today at https://lifelightchiro.com/
Yours in Health,
Dr. Scott Vautrin
Contact Dr. Scott at:
207 W Unaka Ave,
Johnson City TN 37604, USA