Swine Flu Reduces Chiropractor’s Visits

Such a pain in the neck!

I assume, everyone already know about this nasty virus, a new influenza strain. This flu, also called H1N1, is a combination of pig, avian and human fly. After SARS and bird flu, now this Swine Flu. If we don’t take measurements, it might become a global health problem.

It started in Mexico and now spreading away trough the whole world quickly. It”s transmitted from person to person now through sneezing and coughing. This flu is spreading so fast, that the World Health Organization almost put it in pandemic alert status. But don’t get paranoid now!

What you can do to prevent swine flu

Although not 100% proof, they do minimize the risk of getting swine flu. Here are some basic steps you can to do prevent getting swine flu:

1. Avoid going to crowded places

2. Avoid visiting hospitals or any other clinics

3. Limit your contact with sick people

4. Wash your hands frequently before and after touching your face for at least 30 seconds with soap and water.

5. Wear a mask

6. Keep a good immune system

7. Cough or sneeze into a tissue and flush it in the toilet immediately

8. Create a clean and healthy environment at home or office with essential oils.

Create a virus free environment with aromatherapy

It’s proven that essential oils can kill bacteria. Ask your aromatherapist for the right blend. You also need an aromatherapy diffuser to spread the therapeutic essential oils into the entire room.

I have seen the ultrasonic aromatherapy diffuser doing a good job. Unlike the oil burner, this aromatherapy diffuser is using ultrasonic waves to create mist of oil into the air. It’s very safe and automatically stops once it has reached the minimum water level.  No more burning oils and risk of flames.

Just plug it into the adapter and let it run for couple hours. You only need put a few drops of essential oils into the water basket.

Should You Avoid Visiting Your Chiropractor?

I guess, people are now trying to avoid visiting clinics, where so many different patients come in and out. Who knows what kind of virus they have in their body.

Reducing the visits of a Chiropractor is common sense. But what should you do, when you have instant neck pain?

neck traction from home use

neck traction from home use

Fortunately, I still have my inflatable neck traction device. This neck traction device  is portable and after deflating it, you can put it into your bag to carry it away.

Yes, I still need to visit my chiropractor once while, but at least I have instant relief.

cervical traction device

cervical traction device

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6 Responses to “Swine Flu Reduces Chiropractor’s Visits”

  1. TAS Says:

    I am sorry to hear people are seeing chiropractors less! I agree with you, take care of yourself and boost your immune system. Our immune systems are actually very good at fighting diseases. And do keep your neck and back in place, it helps the health of the whole body.

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  3. chiropractor Says:

    Thank you so much for this post. Really i loved it.

  4. Dick Says:

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  5. Christie Says:

    I’ve been using Chi Soft Neck traction for several years. Great product. Do you know where I can get another one the store at California?

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