When physical stresses are too much for our body to adapt to, the spine and nervous system get shifted. When people think of Physical Stress, they commonly think about sudden traumatic events, such as car accidents, falls, or surgery. And these are good examples. However, physical stressors most widely come from repetitive misuse and underuse, from our daily movements, habits, lifestyle, old injuries, and sedentary lifestyles where we don’t move enough.
Take a look at the table for some examples of Physical Stressors. What can you do to reduce the physical stress on your body?
- Get Checked and Adjusted for Neuro-Structural Shifts
- Take Breaks