Life. Where do we come from?

Mars? A test tube? Human life comes from two places: one cell from Mama and one cell from Papa. Think about that for a second. When those two tiny cells first get together, the result is something so small that you can’t even see it with the naked eye. Yet what happens nine months later? A perfect little baby pops out. Well, it doesn’t actually “pop” out… I’m told that there’s some effort involved.

There are a LOT of things that happen during those nine months. Many systems form the nervous system, cardiovascular, endocrine, reproductive, digestive, skeletal, muscular, and several others. 

Do you have any idea which one forms first? Many people answer “the heart,” which actually makes sense. We need blood pumping to develop, right? The correct answer is actually the nervous system. In fact, the nervous system begins to form only EIGHTEEN days after those two tiny cells get together. Most women don’t even know they’re pregnant when their baby’s brain has already started to form.

Now why the nervous system first? Why not the heart? Because the nervous system, composed of the brain, spinal cord, and all the nerves in the body, is like the orchestra conductor. It coordinates all the other systems. It tells your heart to beat, your lungs to breathe, your stomach to digest, along with every other function in your body. 

Deductive thinking may lead you to the conclusion that looking after the spine and nerve system should really be part of your everyday healthy life. And you’d be right.

Obstructions within the nerve system and the spine may cause disharmony in the body. Removing blockages from your spine often allows your body to optimise all functions. In turn, making you healthier, happier, and giving you and your family better QUALITY of life!

Life and a tip for Living well.

The sound of the alarm clock can raise your blood pressure very quickly. When you hear that banging noise, your stress “fight or flight” response turns on. Your blood pressure will more than likely have a sudden increase, and you’ll pump up your adrenaline levels. Doing this every morning for months or years without end can lead to a lot of problems like chronic nerve system stress, which contributes to high blood pressure!

So what is the solution to this? Before you go to bed, gently remind yourself to get up five minutes before the alarm blasts on, and when you wake up, promise yourself to start the day from this predetermined point in time.

You’ll be astounded, as from now on your days will be more fun and easier to enjoy, there will be less stress and you’ll be energised. All because you woke up on your terms and started the day well.

Love Your Spine – Love Your Life.