Smoke Detectors

Posted November 2, 2015 @ 11:56pm | by Kori Mortenson

Do you have smoke detectors in your house? I would assume you do.

If the alarm woke you up at night what would you do? I would assume, check for a fire, get out of the house, call the fire department, etc.

Why wouldn't you just remove the batteries and go back to sleep? Probably because you know that the real problem is a fire and/or the smoke, not the alarm.

Well how is that different than wanting to get rid of symptoms by any means necessary, other than by improving your health?

How do you even know if the symptoms you are experiencing (even if they may be uncomfortable and not enjoyable) are good or bad for you?

Did you ever stop to think that some symptoms are beneficial for you or have you been brainwashed by drug company advertisements to think that all are bad?

Please note that I'm not saying to never use drugs, surgery, or any other interventions. There is a time and a place for everything. I just want you to remember that whether you are experiencing symptoms or not, always be doing things to improve the overall health of your body. Regular chiropractic care can help your body function as best as it can.

 
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