Zone 3: NERVE
Many people are stuck in an “on” or “off” state due to their lifestyle, many doctors call this depression or anxiety. This causes an overload of stress to your nerve system. Just like the electricity in your house, when there is an overload the fuses burn out.
When your nerve zone “burns out”, you have low energy and lose your drive for life. Lack of sleep, poor diet, too little exercise and prolonged emotional stress can all wreak havoc on the nerve zone. Physical, mental, or chemical stress can cause a disturbance in the brain center as well as a spinal misalignment causing interference in the coinciding nerve channels. This disturbance interferes with the proper brain/nerve signals traveling to and from your nervous system creating a multitude of diseases and problems.
An Imbalance in Zone 3 Can Result In …
Poor Eyesight, Balance Issues, Headaches or Migraines, Dizziness, Poor Sleep, Low Energy, Unable to Relax, Nervousness, Hearing Loss, Tingling in Extremities, Allergies/Food Issues, Indigestion, Appendix Problems, Mood Swings, Hormone Imbalances (Female & Male), Infertility.
How Dr. Nilles Will Balance Zone 3…
Dr. Nilles will perform a zone 3 specific adjustment as well as inform you, the patient, what you should expect from that treatment. Dr. Nilles will also hand you a Zone 3 Sheet which describes exactly what you should be looking for as a result of this very specific adjustment. Its best to read this sheet just prior to bedtime.
Balancing this zone usually takes 12-14 visits over a 4 week period of time. Its kind of like working out; if you exercised once, you wouldn’t expect to drop 10 lbs on the scale or run a 5K race immediately. Balancing this zone takes some time and it takes adjustments.
Once This Zone Is Balanced, You Can Expect…
Perfect Nerve Health:
- excellent balance
- strong mental acuity
- normal digestion and elimination
- normal sleep
- ability to relax and be energized when you want to
- normal sense function, i.e. eyes, ears, nose, etc.
- ability to heal quickly normal emotional adaptation