“I’m so tired.”

If this sounds like something you think or say often, you may want to consider applied kinesiology, a special form of chiropractic.

Chiropractic and applied kinesiology ( AK) is one of the most thorough and effective ways to correct the effects of stress on the body, while pinpointing the root cause. The combination of chiropractic, applied kinesiology, exercise, and nutrition can banish fatigue and restore energy faster than any other combination of techniques.  How? by balancing the nervous system and body chemistry and reducing the cumulative effects of stress on the body.  A holistic approach using a combination of these modalities is your ticket to optimal wellness!

“WHY can’t I keep up with my own life?”

Lets talk about what makes you feel so exhausted. Fatigue develops from many causes, but there’s usually a common theme, and that is nervous system dysfunction. Nervous system dysfunction means that  your brain, spinal cord, and nerves are not communicating with your muscles, organs, and glands.

Nervous system dysfunction can arise from traumatic accidents, chronic injuries, and general overstress on the body. It can cause food allergies, which in turn can create systemic inflammation. Over time, all of this internal stress can lead to illness and disease.

When you think of stress, consider that stresses are not limited to physical stress; they include mental, emotional, physiological, chemical, and thermal stressors, all of which we experience nearly every day.

Our brilliant genetic programming gives each of us a threshold of how much stress we can tolerate without the need to compensate by compromising other systems in the body. When the cumulative amount of stress breaks through that threshold, people begin to experience fatigue, anxiety, illness, pain, and eventually, disease.

If you or someone you know is experiencing fatigue, anxiety, digestive issues, hormonal problems, chronic pain, injuries, and more, call 814-308-9352to schedule a free consult with Dr. Annie Zeigler at Reyes Active Body Chiropractic.

Guest blog by Annie Zeigler, D. C.

IntergHeathAnnie-7MedR (2)Dr. Annie was born and raised in State College. She attended The Pennsylvania State University and graduated with a B.S. in Kinesiology, and then went on to New York Chiropractic College in 2011 to pursue her dream of becoming a Chiropractor.

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