What is Self Regulating and Why is it Important?

Posted February 3, 2010 @ 11:07am | by Kori Mortenson

Like self-healing, your body has an innate ability to self-regulate.

Examples of self-regulation are blood pressure, heart rate, liver and kidney function, and even digestion.  You don't need to read a book, take a class or download something to self-regulate, or self-heal for that matter, you already have an inborn ability to do it.

The entire body is controlled by the nerve system.  What chiropractic care does is remove any potential interference with the nerve system, due to subluxations or spinal misalignments, ensuring that the body is fully able to self-regulate and self-heal.

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