The Connection Between Nerve Interference and IBS

One f the most uncomfortable conditions a person can have is Irritable Bowel Syndrome, also known as (IBS). IBS is a condition that affects your digestive tract and function of the bowels. It may cause abdominal pain, cramping, bloating, diarrhea, constipation, irregular bowel movements, gas or a feeling that you have not completely emptied your bowels.

For some people flare-ups can trigger IBS related symptoms to occur from certain foods are eaten, stress, hormonal changes, drugs or possibly your spine and nerve system may be the underlying cause of your IBS symptoms. At Gucciardo Specific Chiropractic and Natural Health Center we can help trace the root cause of your IBS symptoms and determine if there is nerve dysfunction and spinal misalignments which can impact your digestive system and possibly be causing you IBS condition.

For those struggling with IBS, it does not have to be a lifetime condition. There is a solution and a way you can help alleviate the symptoms associated with IBS … and that is through the use of Chiropractic Care. Clink on the link to learn more about Chiropractic Care and how spinal adjustments can help with IBS safely and naturally without the use of drugs.

Your gut hormones work together with your nerve system and play a significant role in controlling your appetite, the digestion of food, regulation of energy balance and the maintenance of blood glucose levels and the nerve system is continuously sending information from the brain to the rest of the digestive system regarding the quality and quantity of the food that is consumed and the balance of all chemical reactions taking place in the gut.

If there’s an interference or faulty nerve signals between the brain which communicates through the brainstem with the nerve system to send signals throughout the body it may cause an issue in the bowels. So, If the top two vertebrae in the neck are misaligned, it distorts the signals in the brainstem, these nerves will not communicate properly with the rest of the body including your digestive system. So, if your digestive system is not working the way it should and not getting information between the brain and your gut hormones it can lead to declining function of certain parts of the bowels and cause symptoms of IBS.

This means if your struggling with IBS, Upper Cervical Chiropractic Care can be a great source of relief for you. Upper Cervical Chiropractic Care focuses on the nerve system and the whole body as one. A healthy nerve system keeps the body working efficiently, maintains proper functions of the bowels and aids in digestion. It can effectively eliminate the interference between the brain and the bowels by removing the subluxation in the spine. By properly aligning the spine, clear nerve signals and communication can restore normal function of the bowels.

If you’re suffering from IBS, seeing an Upper Cervical Chiropractor may be the answer for relief. Upper Cervical Chiropractic Care can help improve nerve function and go beyond covering the symptoms, because we work to address the underlying issues that contribute to the root cause of IBS.

Are you a IBS sufferer looking for a long-term solution? For more information about Upper Cervical Chiropractic Care and how it can help you resolve your IBS symptoms please contact our office today to schedule an appointment. We want to help you feel your best. We can help pin point your spinal subluxation and determine if it’s affecting your digestive system. Since, April is IBS Awareness Month when you contact us we will schedule you in for a Full Complimentary Evaluation. We look forward to hearing from you.


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