5 Ways to Keep Your Nervous System Healthy 

 April 20, 2022

By  Dr. Tripp Stover, D.C.

nervous systemAre you looking for a way to protect the health of your nervous system? If so, take a look at some of the most important tips you need to follow. Then, don’t forget to reach out to your local chiropractor who can give you the preventive care you need. Ready to learn more? Great! Keeping reading below…

1. Exercise Regularly

If you want to protect your nervous system, you need to exercise regularly. Regular exercise is important not only for your physical health but for your mental health as well. When you exercise, your body releases a variety of neurotransmitters, which can help you keep your mind sharp. You do not necessarily need to run a marathon every day, but you should have a regular exercise schedule you follow.

2. Eat a Healthy Diet

You also need to eat a healthy diet that will give your nervous system the support it needs. For example, you need to consume omega-3 fatty acids, plenty of B vitamins, and antioxidants that can help you scavenge free radicals and reduce inflammation. Take a closer look at your diet and make sure you are eating a variety of healthy foods. For example, you might want to eat more fresh berries, as they are a great source of antioxidants that can reduce inflammation throughout your body.

3. Get Plenty of Sleep

Next, you need to get plenty of sleep. You must give your mind a chance to recharge, and the only way to do so is to get enough sleep at night. The average adult requires between 7 and 8 hours of sleep every night, and the average child requires even more than that. Take a look at your sleep hygiene, and make sure you are getting the sleep your body needs to make a meaningful recovery.

4. Test Your Mind

Just as you exercise your muscles to keep them big and strong, you need to exercise your mind as well. If you do not exercise your mind, your nervous system will suffer. There are plenty of ways you can engage your mind. For example, you may want to try learning a new language. Or, you may want to test yourself with some mental puzzles, such as Sudoku or crossword puzzles, from time to time. Even engaging and productive conversations with other people can help you keep your mind sharp.

5. See Your Local Chiropractor Regularly

Do not forget to see your local chiropractor who can help you take care of your nervous system as well. It is the job of a chiropractor to make sure the nerves are functioning properly. For example, if you have a pinched nerve somewhere, a chiropractor can diagnose and treat it using manual therapy, aka a chiropractic adjustment.

A chiropractor also has the training to help you keep your central nervous system healthy as well. For example, if your spine is out of alignment, a chiropractor can use manual therapy to make sure the nerves, ligaments, tendons, and vertebrae are aligned properly. If you want to take care of your nervous system, make sure you reach out to a chiropractor who can help you.

See Your Local Chiropractor Who Can Help You Take Care of Your Nervous System

These are just a few of the most important steps you need to follow if you want to take care of your nervous system. It is incredibly important for you to take care of your nervous system because you can reduce your chances of developing neurological problems as you get older. Make sure you schedule an appointment with your local chiropractor who can help you make sure your nervous system is operating as it should. If you don’t have a chiropractor, please give us a call. We’re here to help!

This article is copyrighted by Blogging Chiropractors for its Doctor of Chiropractic members and may not be copied or duplicated in any manner including printed or electronic media, regardless of whether for a fee or gratis without the prior written permission of Blogging Chiropractors.

Dr. Tripp Stover, D.C.

Dr. Stover grew up in Richmond. He has been married to his wife Andrea since 2000 and they make their home in Mechanicsville with their children, Avery and Garnett.

Dr. Tripp Stover, D.C.

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