Insomnia is a common sleep problem that can trigger several issues, including mood swings and difficulty concentrating. When not properly addressed, it can also bring other issues affecting your overall health. Getting enough sleep is critical to regenerating your cells and your overall function. Issues in your sleep can also make you more sensitive to pain and increase your overall stress levels, affecting your productivity and quality of life.
Some patients who want to address their sleep issues naturally without needing sleeping pills may benefit from a consultation with an Upper Cervical chiropractor for insomnia. From this consultation, they can learn how the brainstem plays a critical role in their wake-sleep cycle.
Upper Cervical Chiropractic care can help address insomnia by focusing on restoring your brainstem’s optimal function. Usually, the brainstem gets irritated and malfunctions when a misalignment exists in the upper cervical spine, consisting of the topmost bones of your spine. These bones also protect the brainstem, and when they misalign, they tend to irritate and affect the surrounding areas, including the brainstem.
If you’ve been struggling with insomnia for some time now and have yet to find relief, Upper Cervical Chiropractic care could be just what you need! It helps restore balance in your body so you can get a good night’s rest without worrying about potential side effects.
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