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Category Archives: Nervous System

An Elderly Nervous System

A person’s gradual loss of balance and co-ordination, and decrease in mobility and muscle strength, all contribute to one’s fall risk, regardless of age. One of the most important reasons for a loss of co-ordination in the elderly is a decline in the nervous system function that occurs when people age.  As the body begins […]

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The Nervous System

Written by Stephanie A Maj (Doctor of Chiropractic) The nervous system is the master controller of all cells, tissues and organs. Nerves control the heart, lungs, immune system, endocrine system, as well as our thoughts and other cognitive processes. Effectively, the nervous system is in charge of directing and overlooking all bodily functions – keeping […]

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Don’t let your brain go into “screen saver”

by Christophe Vever (Doctor of Chiropractic)  For over 40 years we’ve been told to do regular exercise in order to keep our cardio-vascular system (heart and lungs) healthy and whilst this is true, it’s only part of the story. Movement is also a basic nutrient for healthy brain function. If you imagine that your body […]

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