Our Bodies need plenty of oxygen . . .
and with aging they do not get enough.
Reduction of environmental oxygen and air pollution, poor posture, stiff ribs constricting breathing, and lack of exercise all reduce oxygenation.
Your body gets its oxygen from the air that you breathe. To breathe, your rib cage must expand to take in the oxygen.
Your rib cage contains many joints which allow the needed motion as you inhale and exhale.
As you age, your joints are not as mobile
and require more effort to move. Manipulation of the rib joints by Dr Gringeri increases potential movement of the rib cage. Improving the posture and the tone of the muscles which move the ribs also improves rib excursion (movement) and with no increased effort, allows you to get more oxygen into your lungs.
Increased oxygen helps you to burn your fuel more efficiently.
This is a huge factor in helping diabetics manage glucose levels.
If they can burn the fuel (sugar)
it does not remain in the blood and drive up the A1C score. With our clinic oxygen therapy, there is an increase in the O2 made available to mix with the fuel which allows the fuel to burn more freely. This reduces the amount of sugar left in the blood which can be checked with blood glucose testing.
Several factors can impede the delivery of oxygen to the vital areas of the body:
- Insufficient or incorrect exercise
- Spinal subluxations
- The body's inability to filter toxins efficiently
But these conditions can be corrected to help the body to become optimally oxygenated using:
- The right exercise program
- Chiropractic adjustments
- The correct nutritional support to augment the body's filtration systems (lymph, liver, skin)