The heart is such an important organ that we have come to know it as the “Queen Bee”.
It is most vulnerable to heartache, grief, and sorrow.
There are several avenues to address supporting your heart including chiropractic adjustments, supplementation and nutrition, emotional balancing, electrical stem cell therapy, and stress management.
More About Your Heart
The body carries such high praise for the heart that there are several backups that will sacrifice their energy for its vitality. The primary backup to the heart is the brain. Secondary but essential backups are the adrenals, thyroid, pituitary gland, and reproductive organs, such as the prostate and ovaries.
The heart beats one billion times by the age of 27 at over 100,000 times a day. Though this sounds like quite the hard-working machine it is far from mechanistic. A great teacher of ours said the heart is an energetic tissue dancing in harmony with the rest of the body, especially the brain. Though the heart and brain are in harmony, the heart has its own brain with over 40,000 neurons giving it the ability to think, communicate, and sense. The heart actually generates 5,000 times more energy than the brain does, making it the most energetically charge organ in the human body. These energetic fields can be measured going up to 10 feet from the body. This is why if you are in tune enough with your body you can pick up the mood of a room just by walking in. Our hearts are always communicating with each other even in passing.
The heart and brain have a dynamic dialogue. The heart sends more signals to the brain than vice versa. The heart is able to send life-giving messages to the brain that allows harmony to occur. This is essential for processing emotional pain and trauma. If the heart and brain are in harmony then the pain and trauma is able to be processed and released. If there is a disconnect then these are stored away in the body.
Supporting Your Heart
Some signs of a tired heart to be aware of include: diabetes, ovarian cysts, carpal tunnel, chronic ear infections in children, high PSA, dementia, Alzheimer’s, being frightfully overjoyed (too happy) and many more. These signs should prompt you to listen closely to your body, to your heart and see what the next step may be. There are several avenues to address these symptoms including chiropractic adjustments, supplementation and nutrition, emotional balancing, electrical stem cell therapy, and stress management.
MORE: In honor of February being “Heart Health Month” we have blogged about prevention and support for your heart.