Do you know what the most important organ in your body is?
It certainly makes sense if the first thing that comes to your mind is your heart. However, you would be mistaken.
Although your heart is one of your vital organs and has an enormous role on your overall health, the most important organ in your body is your brain. This organ, along with your spinal cord, come together to make up your body’s most essential organ system, your nervous system.
The Nervous System
This system of your body is considered to be your MASTER system, in that it regulates, controls, and coordinates every single one of your body’s functions.
In order for your heart to beat, your immune system to fend off harmful diseases, or your lungs to be able to breathe, a healthy nervous system is required.
Without your nervous system functioning properly at all times, you do not stand a chance for being as healthy as your body’s natural internal systems are designed to allow you to be.
The reason for this is that the level of sophistication and intelligence that exists within your physical structure flows through your nervous system, which are what allow you to:
- Remain healthy;
- Heal properly;
- Continue to function each and every day.
With all of this in mind, it makes complete sense to continuously monitor and take care of the condition of your nervous system, so that it is able to take care of you in return.
As Chiropractors, this is exactly what we do. We help you take care of your internal systems and structure to ensure that you:
- Are constantly performing at full capacity
- Have as much energy as you need to achieve your goals and fulfill your daily responsibilities
- Can flex, bend, and move in all ways without experiencing pain
How To Keep Your Nervous System Healthy
There are three specific foods that support a strong and healthy nervous system:
Oatmeal: This alternative to cereal helps calm irritable states and anxiety, helps relieve insomnia, and increases your mental performance.
Baker’s Yeast: Rich in B vitamins, yeast acts as a great reinforced for your central nervous system. It has also been shown to help improve depression, stress, apathy and can even help regulate a healthy appetite.
Bee Pollen: Considered to be a “superfood,” pollen helps stabilize your blood pH and nervous system function.
Lemon balm, Ginko biloba, Lavender, and Basil are all easy ways to support your nervous system. Each plant serves as a relaxant and are also great for developing smoother skin.
A solid source of Vitamin D and another regulator of the nervous system.
Removing subluxations in your spine allows your nerves, blood, and other cells to transfer fluidly and easily throughout your body.
Schedule A Meeting With Us
Of course, the first step toward supporting your nervous system and creating a healthier you is scheduling a meeting with one of our physicians.
We allow scheduled appointments and walk-in visits, deepening on what’s most convenient for your busy schedule.
You can call our office at (404) 889-8826 or visit our office that located at:
2346 Wisteria Drive, Suite 110,
Snellville, GA 30078