High Blood Pressure / Hypertension

Hypertension is a widespread health concern that can significantly increase risks for several other problems. Studies note that it’s mostly a lifestyle-related disorder, but it can most certainly result from other risk factors like genetic predisposition and postural imbalances. Essentially, patients who come to an Upper Cervical chiropractor for hypertension for help receive ample neck bone adjustments to ensure that the central nervous system (CNS) functions correctly. As you know, the CNS supervises and regulates several body processes, including blood pressure control.

Disruptions in the communication line between the brain and various organs can contribute to blood pressure problems, hence the need for a comprehensive consultation with an Upper Cervical chiropractor for hypertension.

Patients of different ages, sexes, and backgrounds have tried Upper Cervical Care to revitalize their bodies and restore optimal operation of their body systems. It also works wonders for individuals with a history of head and neck trauma, repetitive motion injuries, and poor posture. 

If you haven’t explored this option yet, you might find a quick visit to a local Upper Cervical practice enlightening. Analysis of your atlas and axis bone alignment with the head can unveil how your posture has affected nearby tissues like nerves, blood vessels, and even your muscles and connective tissues. The sooner you can have your posture checked and restored, the better shot you have at addressing problems like hypertension and neck pain.


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