Sleep Troubles Can Be Helped with Chiropractic Care

 

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Sleep Troubles May Be Helped With Chiropractic Care

Many people with sleep disorders are regularly helped with chiropractic care. Most people know that chiropractic care can help with neck or back pain. But many may be surprised to find that chiropractors have been helping people to get better sleep for over 125 years.

A large portion of the population have problems initiating sleep, maintaining sleep, early awakening and lack restorative sleep. Not only does this leave a person exhausted and have less than abundant energy but it can affect relationships and possibly create danger if that person is driving a car or caring for children.

Research also shows that poor sleep can also lead to chronic, widespread musculoskeletal pain. A study in the scientific journal BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders, November 2018 found over the course of an 18-year study, participants who developed problems with sleep had almost double the risk for developing chronic widespread pain.

Chiropractic care evaluates a person to see if neck or back pain or discomfort of other areas of the body can be helped naturally. A doctor of chiropractic will evaluate the patient’s spinal vertebrae for misalignment or improper movement. If an abnormality is found the chiropractor can utilize safe, gentle, effective chiropractic adjustments to correct the misalignment/movement problem helping to reduce or eliminate pain.

Once patient’s discomfort and pain levels are reduced they find it easier to relax and reach a normal level of calming. It is common for these people to achieve much better sleep. They can fall asleep easily and maintain their sleep through normal hours of the night and awaken refreshed and restored.

By seeking chiropractic care for sleep disorders many people are able to live normal, energetic, productive lives without the use of potentially harmful sleep aid pharmaceuticals.

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