When the vertebrae in your neck and back move out of alignment, the resulting spinal subluxation could leave you in serious pain. Unfortunately, it doesn’t take much for that to happen. Sleeping wrong, carrying heavy objects, and even looking at a computer screen too long can all throw your frame out of whack. When that happens, you’re likely to notice the following signs and symptoms, letting you know that it’s time to visit your Sarasota chiropractic center.
With your spine out of alignment, headaches are a common occurrence. The pressure builds up in your surrounding muscles as they have to work overtime to compensate for the misalignments. Then, the headaches come on in full force, often starting in the neck and moving up to the top of your head.
If the vertebrae in your cervical spine are out of place, they can push on the eustachian tube and even cause it to close. The fluid inside your ear may then start to get infected, leaving you with a seriously painful middle ear infection. Plus, upon attempting to halt the pain by cleaning your areas, you could develop an outer ear infection as well.
Misalignments in your lower spinal column can put pressure on the stomach and intestines. Over time, this may cause digestion issues that leaves you feeling nauseated, constipated, and generally unwell. If gas gets trapped in the digestive tract as a result, you could end up in serious pain, especially on the left side.
As headaches, ear infections, digestion issues, and other problems occur, you may find it difficult to get a good night’s rest. Worse yet, when you experience trouble sleeping at night, the lack of rest can compound your difficulties, creating a never-ending cycle of discomfort and poor sleep.
If you suspect spinal subluxation is leaving you in agony, call your 561-488-4000 to schedule a visit with your chiropractor. During your appointment, your chiropractor will thoroughly diagnose any misalignments and let you know if you’re a good candidate for the Gonstead Technique in Boca Raton, Florida. They will also discuss your other treatment options in detail and help you find a way to get relief.