Help your brain feel calmer and more peaceful.
“I came to Whole Family Chiropractic seeking help for my child. One child led to the other, and eventually I tried things myself after seeing their interesting and positive results. With twice weekly care, my changes were noticeable and fairly immediate. The volume on my stress and anxiety got turned waaaaay down. I was amazed. And I was much better able to deal with all the crazy that life can throw.
Over time, as I dropped down to once weekly care, I could sense my body adjusting to the new schedule (as much as I’d like to get twice weekly adjustments indefinitely, it just isn’t in the cards financially right now). Still, I take stock of the last many months and can see the outward manifestation of my (and my children’s) internal changes.
My marriage is happier. My children are happier. I find myself increasingly joyful and silly. I’m more patient and regulated. My home is more organized and peaceful. My mind is more focused and calm, so I’m able to stay on task and on track, accomplishing my lists and short term goals – all without feeling my normal sense of overwhelm. Things aren’t perfect but the upward trend is there. I can’t overstate how good this feels for me.
As my relationships and outer environment come to more closely resemble what I have in the past desperately wanted and striven for (but was frustratingly unable to attain), I feel forward momentum and growing confidence. I’m so excited to see what lies ahead on this journey. Thank you Dr. Tye and Dr. Chelsey for the incredible care you have provided (and will continue to provide) my family. I am so grateful.”
~Lindsey G. – WFC Practice Member
Learn what part of the spine affects anxiety & stress, and how to know if chiropractic can help you (5 minutes)
Two areas anxiety can be coming from – outside the body & inside the body (8 minutes)
Overcoming Anxiety Webinar (52 minutes)
Do you experience fear, nervousness, or shyness with new things?
Anxiety disorders affect 1 in 8 children, almost 1 in 5 adults, and are the most common mental illness in the U.S.
Whether related to social settings, new activities, work, or just leaving the house, people suffering from anxiety have some of the following behaviors:
- Avoiding places and activities
- Complaining of stomach aches, butterflies, or exhibiting a nervous stomach
- Getting nervous in social settings
- Engaging in strange coping behaviors when nervous
- Having trouble making friends or connecting to colleagues
Whether it is affecting your day-to-day activities or there is underlying stress affecting yourself or your child, we’d love to see if we can help. We know it’s hard to struggle with stress and anxiety, and are passionate about bringing you the information you won’t hear anywhere else!
Please know that you’re not alone in this. We’re here to help you get answers as to WHY you are struggling and WHAT you can do to HELP feel more CALM and more PEACE!
More great resources in the anxiety section of our blog, including:
- Read how this mom found peace from postpartum anxiety
- Wondering if your stress affects the rest of the family?
- Why Dr. Tye is passionate about helping with anxiety
- Read our MN Health Care News article on how gentle, neurological chiropractic can help with anxiety
- The rest of our blog is here (including other stories of success)