The birthing process can be very traumatic for both mama and baby. Often times, children may experience issues later in life that actually originated from the delivery process.
So, mama did a good job and made it through the pregnancy and delivery. The beautiful baby is definitely worth all the hard work that has come, but mama finds that she cannot catch up on sleep as she only wants to admire God's beautiful gift. There are a few good reasons why many new parents find themselves too tired to enjoy their growing family:
1. The birthing process takes its toll on parents, especially mama. It can be very stressful---physically, mentally and emotionally.
2. Breastfeeding is a challenge for many new mothers.
3. Immune systems are lowered, and illness is a very real possibility.
We Can Help!!!
Chiropractic care has been shown to help parents deal with the new stresses that their bundle of joy can bring.
What can chiropractic do for Mama and Baby?
Elevate Chiropractic can help to relieve the stress and pressure on mama and baby’s spine that occurred as a result of the birthing process. Once the physical stress is relieved, the mental and emotional stress will be as well, leading to a healthier and happy life for mama and baby.
Besides helping to remove stresses placed upon the spine, chiropractic care has also been shown to:
1. Help mom to function at her highest levels, with increased energy
2. Give the immune system a boost. Vertebral misalignments cause dysfunction in the body and when the body is not able to function at 100%, this can weaken ability of the immune system to to fight off sickness.
3. Relieve many common infant issues. These issues include allergies, asthma, colic, constipation, behavioral and focus problems, digestive problems, ear infections, and sleeping issues.
*Chiropractic care is one of the best investments that a parent can make for their children, as it allows the child to remain healthier, naturally. We believe that healthy children grow into healthy adults and it is our mission to help grow healthy future generations.