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Chiropractic care is known to have wide-reaching effects. Your body and its systems are tightly interconnected, and the actions of one often affect another. If, for example, your spine is subluxated to the point of inhibiting the nervous system, you may suffer from a variety of symptoms: physical pain in the neck and back, numbness or tingling, headaches, lack of focus, digestive issues, difficulty sleeping, etc.

Patients who have had their spine corrected frequently experience health and wellness in many areas of their life, some unexpected. Today, we’re here to tell you how chiropractic may help increase your productivity in the workplace. Ready to learn more? Let’s dive in.

First, it’s important to note some of the common factors that lead to decreased productivity among employees. The most common among these factors is distraction, which can stem from any number of things. Many people experience some form of persistent pain, especially those that sit behind a desk all day or work in manual labor. The reality is that, while at opposite ends of the spectrum, both excessive sitting and intense bodily strain can put a lot of pressure on your musculoskeletal system. Left unaddressed, this can lead to back pain, headaches, and more.

But that’s not all. Employees may find themselves suffering from brain fog and a difficulty focusing. This is a common symptom of a weakened nervous system. Subluxation can easily cause pinched nerves that prevent information from flowing freely from the brain to the rest of the body. If the body is not operating at full capacity, then workers will suffer from a lack of focus, which harms productivity levels.

Sleep is another important factor in an employee’s productivity. Without proper sleep, it can be difficult to meet deadlines with quality work. In some jobs, lack of sleep can actually be dangerous, putting an employee’s life at risk. Fortunately, chiropractic is the perfect remedy for getting better rest. Whether it’s treating the discomfort that keeps you awake or restoring the body’s sensitivity to your natural sleep cycle, chiropractic can be immensely helpful.

Here at Wirth Chiropractic, we help our patients get back to being themselves. That means their best, most productive, most active, most energetic selves. If you’ve been feeling a little run-down, less focused, and more distracted at work, then it might be time to schedule a chiropractic appointment. Contact us today to schedule your free consultation at one of our two locations. We look forward to working with you!