The Five Most Dangerous Words

The Five Most Dangerous Words

Chiropractic Kirkland WA The Five Most Dangerous Words

By Dr. Michelle Irwin

When it comes to taking care of our body, the earlier we start the better.

The 5 most dangerous words we hear in the office are, “I thought it’d go away.”

This is because while the body may stop sending the signal that something is wrong, it doesn’t mean that the problem has been resolved.

Your body has trillions of data input to process every second and if you are going to ignore what it is telling you then it will move on until the breakdown becomes impossible to ignore any longer.

Now, what if we were taught from a young age that pain is not the best indicator of health? Just like brushing your teeth every day, we should be doing something active to take care of our spine to avoid the decay of the bones.

Movement as a child is so important for the mind and body and having proper posture while reading, studying, and being on devices is essential for what health will be when we are adults.

I want to take this time to also remind you that while we are taking care of our spines as adults, it is also our duty to ensure that the next generations don’t suffer in their adult years. We can do this by building good habits now that they can take with them as they navigate this world of ours.

Make it a family affair when stretching, walking, and building those good habits for a healthier and happier lifestyle!

Chiropractic care focuses on healing the body naturally, holistically, and without the use of medication from the inside out. If you need help getting out of pain, schedule an appointment today!

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