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 any misalignments basically in
the neck can essentially cut off the connection from the brain to the body. And essentially, spinal adjustments are just realigning and getting things flowing.
But they’ve also shown, with chiropractic adjustments like adjusting the...Essentially, if you think about it, shifting the bones slightly back into place, that it actually helps to not only improve the nerve function, which is what the body uses to run the show—the brain communicates to the body through the nerves—but it actually instantly changes the blood flow. And headaches and migraines, they link with a constriction of the blood flow.
So even fixing the alignment in the cervical spine, the neck, can be a big factor. Typically, headaches I would say is the C1, C2, like the
top two bones. But when you look at somebody from the side, you should have a C-shape, forward C-shape curve. And if you’ve lost the curve or reverse curve, that’s going to put a ton of pressure up there. And just working on restructuring the neck can be a big help.
Erin: Did you find when you were practicing chiropractic that people would come in with headaches or migraines and have to come in like once a month just to prevent them, and never really were able to hold the adjustment. I ask that because that was my experience. It helped me so much. It really would help ward off having more headaches and things like that. But I found like if I passed that three-and-a-half week, four-week mark that they would all start to come back. So I kept having to go in and go in until I looked into like heavy metals and digestive issues and things like that.
Dr. Jay: Yeah. Yeah. You just said it right there. Somebody, that they’re really struggling, they could literally
get adjusted every day. And it would help them. But they’re going to need to keep doing it because there’s other issues going on, other stressors. When you’ve identified all the source or sources to your health issues, and when you get adjustments, the adjustments hold so much longer because you’re not basically doing something to shift it out. There’s not that source.
So if somebody’s having to go
in and get adjusted every week
or every day, it’s just such a bad case, there’s a time and a place
for that. But you always want to think about, “What are the other pieces to this puzzle?” And that’s really something I found being
in the chiropractic profession.
I’d see people that gained their hearing back. Headaches gone.
I’d say that’s an easier thing in the chiropractic world. But people gaining their hearing back. And then, other people are like, “I don’t notice anything.” And it’s like, “Wait a minute.” This is definitely a piece I think of the puzzle for a good amount of people. But we have to look at all the pieces. Like you said toxicity.
Lyme disease fits in the pathogen world and relating Lyme disease to the headache. So in the headache world, I feel as if the cardiovascular or the restriction in blood flow plays a big role with headaches and what we believe can cause it. Well, Lyme disease causes what they call a hypercoagulation, where it means that the blood starts coagulating together. And it doesn’t flow, as well. Well, think about that. Pathogens cause hypercoagulation meaning the blood flow doesn’t go as well. Headaches have a lack of blood flow. So I believe that there can be a connection even because of the hypercoagulation
of pathogens like Lyme and other bugs causing that, too.
Erin: So there could be other
bacterial infections or like the parasites, too, that are putting off toxins?
Dr. Jay: Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, viruses, parasites, bacteria, these different stressors can cause coagulation
of the blood. Even EMFs— electromagnetic field—or what’s technically called EMRs now, electromagnetic radiation from like Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, they can also change. Cell phones right to your head can change the coagulation of blood. So there’s many things that can do it.
But pathogens are definitely one of those categories.
Erin: Okay. So definitely something we need to take a look at. If somebody’s feeling overwhelmed with all of these different root causes, they just feel like there’s too much to look at, they don’t even want to start, what do you tell them?
Dr. Jay: Yeah, well, that is the million-dollar question now because we’re in an information age. Well, I should say an over- information age. You start going down a rabbit hole. And you’re like, “Oh, my gosh! Now, I learned all this stuff. I’ve learned these 40 supplements that are good for headaches.” It’s like where do you begin? This is where it’s I always love people learning, especially for their own condition and what’s going on.
But there’s also the boundary of like you get lost in your emotion and can start thinking, “It’s definitely
got to be this.” And then, maybe
get a little tunnel vision and not see other things, so having like a family member or a friend or a health coach, I think having like
a practitioner or health coach or somebody to help in this journey, depending on how bad your health is, is always a good thing to do.

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