'The Secret to a Healthy Spine' is the definitive instructional manual, a user s guide, on how to care for, maintain, and rectify problems when they occur.
It works. Over 100 000 people all around the world have benefited from this knowledge over the last 25 years. It presents a refreshing, common-sense approach to spinal care, one that I am sure will not only allow your back to be pain-free in no time but one that also promotes the longevity of your spine and quality of your health throughout your life. Without being aware of the effects that everyday activities like sleeping, sitting, working, or playing sports have on our spine, we use our body and wait until it degenerates or starts to cause obvious symptoms like pain before we start considering its importance.
Our spine protects the critical parts of our nervous system, the spinal cord, and nerve roots, which are responsible for transferring all the information from the brain to the body via nerve impulses. If there are blockages in the communication of these nerve impulses, the body simply starts to change from a state of health or ease to a state of disease because its cells, tissues, and organs cannot function correctly without 100% of the electrical nerve information that originates in the brain. This often happens without any obvious signs (especially in the early phases of any disease process).
We continue our lives oblivious to the harmful effects that our traumas, bad posture, minor aches, and a variety of other symptoms derived from emotional problems, job responsibilities, and other daily activities, have on our health and vertebral columns. Most people know that taking pain killers to relieve pain or anti-inflammatory medication for something like a herniated disc or osteoarthritis only masks the problem; yet most of the time, they genuinely do not know how else to resolve it. They know that they are not treating the real cause of the symptom and it s just a matter of time before the condition returns and progresses to more intense and severe symptoms.