There are five main factors causing damage to our health:
- Neglected spine
- Incorrect breathing
- Incorrect diet
- Lack of internal body hygiene
- Inability to live a blissful life
Stand in front of a mirror and take a close look at yourself. What is your spine like? Is your back becoming hunched? Does your abdomen push forward? Do you suffer from back pains?
Unfortunately, most people have these symptoms because they have weak back muscles. They used to hold our spine without much strain. Our muscles become weak as we age, mainly as a result of physical inactivity, incorrect diet, obesity, sleeping on soft mattresses, etc.
Sometimes the best methods of examination are unable to detect minute dislocations of vertebrae, causing symptoms that have apparently nothing to do with our spine.
Our spine is the column that supports everything our body consists of. Various movements can often cause minute dislocations of vertebrae; the muscles around a dislocated vertebra stiffen up and prevent it from moving back to its proper position. This results in progressive nerve and muscle inflammation, causing pain and limiting our range of motion.
A dislocated vertebra creates pressure on nerves and blood vessels that are connected with specific muscles and organs. If a nerve remains under pressure for a long time, the organ depending on that nerve develops pathologies that are hard to cure.
According to statistics, one out of ten children in the world wears glasses, suffers from allergies, frequent headaches, abdominal pain, chronic colds, attention deficit, etc. The cause of these problems, and many others among the younger generation, is often a degenerated spine. We neglect it from early childhood without realizing that it will cause most of our health problems when we become adults.
This is why, in order to return to good health, we should first start paying attention to our spine.