When considering the benefits of chiropractic care, many people immediately think of easing tension in the back and neck, but there are a number of lesser-known reasons to seek the help of a chiropractor. These include allergy relief, insomnia, headaches, and more. Whereas back and joint pain may be more commonly associated with adulthood, when you consider the wide range of positive outcomes associated with chiropractic care, parents might wonder if it is right for children.
Spring is arguably the most beautiful time of year in the Asheville area. Flowers are blooming and the colors of the season are vibrant. We have enjoyed a few rounds of snow showers this winter, and now is the perfect time to practice social distancing in the great outdoors and enjoy the incredible views of the blue ridge mountains.
Unfortunately, for many people, the arrival of spring also means allergies are reemerging. Allergy-sufferers everywhere are stocking up on antihistamines, essential oils, or whatever else they have found to relieve the sneezing, watery eyes and runny noses the season brings. For those who have found allergy medications and other approaches lacking, chiropractic care offers another way to treat seasonal allergy symptoms.
Chiropractic can help reduce the severity and the frequency of your allergies. Chiropractic does not work like an antihistamine as a direct, short term relief from allergies. Chiropractic allows your body to be better equipped to fight against allergies.
Every year, over 35 million American adults and children receive chiropractic care. They do so to seek relief from back and neck pain and headaches. They visit professionals to address issues after an auto accident or a sports injury.