Cold and flu season is upon us. It’s the time of the year that everyone has the sniffles that can turn into the full-out flu or cold that can attack your whole office or home. What many people do not know is that chiropractic in Scottsdale can help keep your immune system in great shape to fight off these illnesses.
The cold and flu are sometimes hard to tell apart. They have any of the same symptoms and are both very common, contagious, short-term, and sometimes self-treatable. Young children, the elderly, and people with weakened immune systems and chronic illnesses are at high risk of catching both. The flu can cause body aches, fatigue, and a dry cough while a cold and cause runny nose, congestions, and sneezing. Both can be severe enough you keep you from work and living your daily life, and both can be caught by members of your family or coworkers.
Cold symptoms are usually less severe than flu symptoms and most treat symptoms with over-the-counter medication. When suffering from flu-like symptoms, people usually go to their primary doctor to get medication. But did you know that there was a more natural way to not only help your symptoms but help your overall help.
While some people only think of chiropractic for back pain, it is much more than that. Tarnick Chiropractic helps boost your immune system and reduce any interference in your nervous system. Your nervous system is the most important system in your body, it controls everything in your body.
If there is a subluxation, your nervous system cannot work properly. Chiropractic finds and reduces subluxations, letting your body function at its optimum capacity. Not only will this help treat symptoms, it will also boost your immune system to fight against future illnesses. If you or anyone you know is interested in naturally boosting your immune system, please give our office in Scottsdale a call!
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