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Stress Relief and Prevention

Stress Relief and Prevention from our Harrisburg PA Chiropractor

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Is stress getting you down? You are not alone. Stress affects many people in the United States, and stress can even cause negative physical and mental effects. Fortunately, our Harrisburg PA chiropractor can help relieve your stress and teach you how to prevent stress.

Stress is your body’s way of responding to a demand or threat. Psychologists say that stress is the feeling of strain, pressure, or other unpleasant emotion or feeling. Stress can also cause physical symptoms, such as tense muscles and increased blood pressure.

In small, limited doses, stress can be a good thing. Overwhelming stress or chronic stress, on the other hand, can cause ill health in the form of high blood pressure, heart disease, obesity and diabetes. Stress can even make you overeat, as your body tries to soothe stress through “comfort foods.”

About 77 percent of Americans answering a survey said they regularly experience physical symptoms of stress, and 73 percent said they regularly psychological symptoms of stress. The top causes of stress were job pressure, money, health, relationships, poor nutrition, media overload, and sleep deprivation.

Holding stress in can make you ill. Stress can cause you to tense your back muscles, and this can trigger back pain. Conversely, back pain from a misaligned spinal column can cause stress. Stress can cause serious mental and physical ailments – serious enough to keep people from working. In fact, employers pay upwards of $300 million annually in stress-related healthcare and missed work.

Fortunately, chiropractic care in Harrisburg PA can help.

Chiropractic Care for Stress Relief and Prevention in Harrisburg PA

Chiropractic care in Harrisburg PA can help relieve the symptoms of stress, and can even help prevent stress. Our chiropractor offers a variety of chiropractic services for stress relief and prevention.

Depending on the cause of your stress and its effects on your body, our chiropractor may recommend one or more treatments. Spinal adjustments can restore the misaligned bones of your spinal column to their optimal position to alleviate symptoms of stress and to prevent backache-related stress from developing.

Massage services through our chiropractor can melt away muscle spasms to alleviate stress and relieve muscle pain associated with stress. Our chiropractor also offers nutritional services that can help you choose the right foods to overcome stress, heal the damage stress has done to your body, and prevent stress associated with poor nutrition.

Do not let stress cause you to worry or feel physical pain any longer – make an appointment with our Harrisburg PA chiropractor.

Schedule an Appointment with Your Harrisburg Chiropractor

Stress relief and prevention always starts with an evaluation of your overall health and a review of the stressors in your life. Our chiropractor will also assess the health of your back and spine to determine the effects stress has had on your musculoskeletal system. Depending on your situation, our chiropractor will then recommend a personalized treatment plan to relieve and prevent stress.Call us today at(717) 540-8448  to schedule an appointment for stress relief prevention today.

This examination is entirely FREE!

** Due to Federal Regulations, This offer does not apply to Medicare/Medicaid. **

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  • "Skocik Chiropractic was very personable and informative. Dr. Skocik and his staff purposefully takes care of their patients with attentiveness and professionalism. I enjoyed my time there and highly recommend Skocik Chiropractic."
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