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In modern times where the inevitable excessive use of computers and/or mobile devices is a given, we know patients now tend to have tighter necks and upper backs – what we call in neurology as a less than communicative autonomic system.

What does this mean?

Your autonomic nervous system (ANS) is an automatic hard-wired functioning system that controls your gut and bodily functions, down to your sweat glands. When there are toxins in the environment, food or air, coupled with exposure to electromagnetic fields from devices like computers, tablets, and phones, the communication system of the autonomic nervous system is often disrupted, causing health problems ranging from back pain and muscle stiffness, to migraines. This dysregulation of the ANS is often caused in part by having our eyes exposed to blue light from unfiltered screens for extended periods of time.

Has your eyesight gotten blurry or are you having a “slow functioning brain” after long computer or device work? Eye strain and ANS dysfunction leads to neuromuscular tension and alteration in the tone of the tissues on your neck and mid back. You probably would describe it as muscular tightness feeling like a “rock”.

If you are exhibiting the above symptoms, consider seeing your chiropractor for an adjustment to help treat your ANS dysfunction. Make sure to get a massage beforehand to get the muscles loosened up. Limit your time and take frequent breaks when gaming or working long hours in front of a computer or mobile device, and wear blue shade glasses to prevent eye strain.

Keep your body functioning at 100 percent; take these action steps to prevent long term poor motor function in your vision and spine. Functionality is the key to a healthy spine and living.

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