Ten Ways that Nerve Interference Might Be Affecting You Right Now
Updated: Apr 19
The term “nerve interference” pertains to the neuromusculoskeletal system, which is the system in our bodies that houses nerves, muscles, and bones. When there is a disruption in this system’s functionality, it takes a toll on our overall performance.
Nerve interference is a relatively unknown condition that can have a big impact on your health. If you’re experiencing symptoms like back pain, neck pain, stiffness, sharp pains, irregular digestion, nausea, GERD, poor sleep quality or fatigue, nerve interference may be to blame. Keep reading to learn more about this hidden problem and how it could be affecting you!
What is nerve interference?
Although the term “nerve interference” may sound complicated, it’s actually quite simple. Nerve interference is a common and recurring issue that occurs when joints in the spine slip out of position and pinch or irritate nerves throughout the body. The nerves in our bodies are connected to the spinal cord, and when joints in the spine move out of place, they can cause those nerves to malfunction.
Even the smallest connections to the spinal joints can have large impacts on other parts of the body. A minor spine curvature, for example, might lead to nerve, joint, and muscle tightness. When a spine’s joints are misaligned it creates imbalances in almost every bodily system which often leads to unhealthy adaptations by the body as a whole.
If left untreated, time will only make progressively worse the pain caused by misaligned joints. Moreover, extended periods of ignoring such discomfort might result in nerve damage that causes numbness and tingling sensations.
Nerve interference can cause back pain.
Nerve pain, which is often experienced as numbness, tingling, aching, or throbbing in the middle-, lower-, and upper-back regions, is most commonly caused by irritated nerves resulting from spinal misalignment.
Nerve interference can make normal activities uncomfortable.
If you’re struggling with pain while playing sports or games, nerve interference may be to blame. It’s hard to enjoy your hobbies or career when they become painful because of this issue.
Nerve interference can lead to dizziness and mental fog.
The brain sends messages throughout the body using the nervous system. If there is damage to the nerves, thoughts may become jumbled and a person can experience anxiety, dizziness, mental fog, and other distressing symptoms.
Nerve interference can make your stomach hurt.
The enteric nervous system is essential for the proper function of the digestive system. If it is damaged, digestion can be impaired, leading to gastrointestinal problems such as reflux, GERD, nausea, constipation, diarrhea and indigestion.
Nerve interference can make your fingers, toes, hands, and feet numb.
Have you ever been so engrossed in anything that your fingers or toes went numb without warning? Wearing high heels or donning particular clothing might induce people’s extremities to become numb. Nerve interference, which reduces the energy and sensation of the body’s extremity nerves, is a possible cause (not to be confused with blood circulation).
Nerve interference can negatively affect your sleep.
Not only is it possible that the light isn’t dim enough to fall asleep, but nerve interference might cause pain throughout the body when trying to sleep. If this happens often, it can damage memory and interfere with cognitive performance.
Nerve interference can contribute to injuries.
Nerve pain, stiffness, and rigidity can all be caused by nerve obstruction. This blockage of nerves can prevent the body from performing basic tasks and activities properly.
Nerve interference can make recovery difficult.
Did you know that your pain could be linked to a previous accident? If there is nerve interference, it can make injuries take more time to heal. This particularly happens if there is a spinal misalignment because the transmission of energy gets interrupted. See, in order for our bodies to send life energy out and function properly in the world around us, we need uninterrupted nerve activity flow.
Nerve interference can age you faster.
A rigid, immobile, and numb body can be the result of nerve interference. This makes it more difficult to accomplish objectives and interact with the environment because all of these features drain a person’s energy.
Nerve interference can damage your health long-term.
A joint that is not aligned correctly can put pressure on a nerve, which might cause the nerve to become damaged or even severed. Once a nerve is injured, it does not always have the ability to grow back.
Chiropractic Care for Nerve Interference
If you or a loved one are experiencing back pain, neck pain, numbness, tingling, acid reflux, GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease), nausea – it may be time to see a chiropractor. Adjusted nerves often lead to an improved flow of energy throughout the body.
The talented team of Graybar Chiropractic, led by Dr. Michael Graybar, Dr. Kevin Johnson, Dr. MaryAnn Luxedor and Dr. Luccus Workman, uses contemporary chiropractic technology including laser therapy and decompression therapy to treat nerve interference. These therapies can last longer than standard chiropractic treatment and have the potential to provide long-term spine benefits.
Call us now to schedule your first appointment, which includes a comprehensive evaluation to determine how chiropractic therapy can help you. We can’t wait to meet you and welcome you into the Graybar Chiropractic family. Our team of highly skilled chiropractors are experts in getting to the root of your unique wellness challenges and pain, so call our office today to book your first appointment. We’re excited to partner with you!