- She gets sick. Like, a lot.
The immune system is moderated by the nervous system, so a nerve system that works better means a stronger immune response!
- He doesn’t sleep well.
From infanthood to adulthood, sleep can be a major concern. With clear communication between the brain and the body, sleeping through the night isn’t the only benefit – your child will usually wake up actually rested (and so can you!). Even bed wetting issues can be helped with nerves doing what they’re supposed to do.
- She is full of allergies, or her asthma stuffs up the works.
The body responds to invaders of all kinds, and when there is pressure on the nerves, the body doesn’t always know how to tell the difference between subtle invaders and major problems. Reduce hypersensitivities by clearing up the nerves!
- His digestion is… well… poopy.
From the mouth to the stomach to the intestines to the sphincters, every part of the digestive tract is controlled by the nerves. If your child isn’t getting the nutrients from the food that she needs, the results can be messy. First, make sure his meals actually HAVE nutritional value…then make sure his body is prepared to absorb and process the nutrition by making sure the connection is loud and clear!
- She has trouble focusing.
With a fuzzy signal between the brain and the body, it can be difficult to latch onto one thing and keep your attention on it. This isn’t an attention disorder, it’s just too much noise hitting the brain at once. Tuning the station on your radio makes the music easier to listen to, and getting the nerves tuned up helps your child focus on what they’re doing too.
- His behavior drives you crazy!
Expressing emotion is a healthy part of growing up, but being able to regulate those emotions without acting out or throwing a tantrum can be a challenge, especially when there is pressure on the nerves that help the body process those emotions.
- Her posture leaves you in a slump.
Slouching has been an issue for as long as there have been children, but there’s a better solution than yelling at her about it. With the brain and body talking better, your child can start to self-regulate their own posture by FEELING the effects that slouching has before any permanent damage is done.
- Bumps, bruises, scrapes and breaks have taken over his life.
Between having better balance and control over their bodies to help prevent injuries, and improving the body’s natural healing abilities, the nervous system has you covered.
- The stress is getting to be too much for her!
Backpacks are heavier than the body is designed to handle. Electronic devices like cell phones and portable video game systems affect the body’s natural rhythms. Homework is a drag. Emotional stressors happen at home, at school, and everywhere in between. Food doesn’t have the nutrition it used to. Playground play can be war. Your child’s body is being attacked by all kinds of stressors all day long, and the nerves take care of whether to store that stress or let it wash over him or her. Getting a clearer nerve system helps them handle it all.
- You just want to make sure he or she has the best overall health and wellbeing!
If there’s some aspect of the human experience that isn’t directly controlled or indirectly moderated by the nervous system, I haven’t figured it out yet. Getting rid of the noise in the system gives your child’s body the power it needs to react, respond, adapt and take charge of his or her life!