Part 6 The Benefits of Chiropractic-Blood Pressure

Today we are talking about Part 6 of The Benefits of Chiropractic Care…Blood Pressure.

This is an excellent statement concerning this topic: “A special chiropractic adjustment can significantly lower high blood pressure, a placebo-controlled study suggests. “This procedure has the effect of not one, but two bloodpressure medications given in combination,” study leader George Bakris, MD, tells WebMD.”

WOW, the effect of two medications.  Two medications you don’t have to pass through your system. It is wonderful.

A basic philosophy of chiropractic is that the body naturally seeks the proper balance among all the systems of the body and that these systems are meant to work together. A second basic principle is that proper structure is necessary for proper function. If a structure is impaired by injury or stress, its function can be adversely affected. (more information found here)

 

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6. Blood Pressure

In 2007, George Bakris, the world expert on hypertension, published a study with a team of researchers in the Human Journal of Hypertension showing that one upper cervical chiropractic adjustment had the same effect as two blood pressure-lowering drugs. Even more fascinating, the effects of just one adjustment lasted more than six months!

Compared to the placebo-treated patients, those who got the real procedure saw an average 14 mm Hg greater drop in systolic blood pressure (the top number in a blood pressure count) and an average 8 mm Hg greater drop in diastolic blood pressure (the bottom blood pressure number). (1)

Other studies have shown similar findings with hypotensive patients, and their low blood pressure was raised to normal levels after chiropractic care. This is exciting because it highlights the body’s ability to create a homeostatic balanced environment once vertebral subluxations are removed.

 

(Some information taken from Dr.Axe website)

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