90% alive = 10% dead!

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I hope we can all agree that death is an example of really bad health. Right? 

One of the defining characteristics of being alive is the ability to respond to and adapt to one’s environment. 

We have previously discussed how vertebral subluxations (misaligned spinal bones causing nerve interference) cause cells to malfunction and die — then tissues are effected, then organs, and ultimately YOU. 

Isn’t this partial inability to adapt a stepping stone towards death? 

If you are nodding your head YES you are correct. 

So what if you were 10% dead?

What might some of the symptoms be of being only partially dead?

If your liver, your heart, or any other organ were only 90% operational what would the signs and symptoms of that be? 

What about 20% dead?

At what point will you decide that it is not good to be partially dead? 

If you’re like most of our practice members that are experiencing the awesome benefits of chiropractic care you will not let too much time go between your visits.

This helps to insure that your nerve system will be functioning better allowing your body to better adapt and be more ALIVE.

THANK YOU to Stamatis Tsamoutalidis, DC for this article

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