Why is my stomach uneasy? Did I prepare enough? Was the all-nighter worth it? Did I study the right information? Will my report card make the parents proud? Why am I always nervous?
The focus is to understand how these questions and uncertainties negatively impact the brain and nervous system, if not addressed properly. The stress a student experiences is truly unimaginable, from peer to peer competition, measured success and grades, standardized testing, expectations from parents, and overall mental pressure. Additionally, schedules are packed, social media is everywhere, and food quality isn’t what it used to be. Simply put, we have more stress coming from every direction, and when combined it can be overwhelming!
Since the brain and nervous system control and coordinate everything in the body, including cognitive thinking, we need to make sure that all these systems are working at the most optimal level possible. The mental stress placed on the body is restored ONLY by proper alignment and movement of the spine through a gentle, specific neurological adjustment.
Adjustments send a symmetrical and systematic impulse to the brain that increases stimulation by 20%, specifically in the prefrontal cortex. The prefrontal cortex is responsible for cognitive thinking and decision making. Successful stimulation of the prefrontal cortex results in more attentive, confident, productive, alert, and ultimately, successful students.
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