Mental Distress and Chiropractic

1-800-273-8255 or Text 838255 This is the National Suicide hotline. Picking up the phone and asking for help is not the easiest thing to do. Anyone can call this number to ask for help for anyone else as well. It is up to everyone to look for the signs that someone needs help. It is also up to everyone to do something the moment they recognize those signs. Things to be aware of: Appearing sad or depressed most of the time Hopelessness; feeling like there’s no way out Anxiety, agitation, sleeplessness, or mood swings Feeling as if there is no reason to live Feeling excessive guilt, shame, or sense of failure Rage or anger Engaging in risky activities without thinking Losing interest in hobbie

Do No Harm

Most people are familiar with the Hippocratic Oath that Doctors are supposed to live by: “I will abstain from all intentional wrongdoing and harm.” Or “I will prescribe regimen for the good of my patients according to my ability and my judgment and never do harm to anyone.” In today’s society we do not seem to hear these words echoed as often as they should be. It seems that we have two extremes that I like to call the “refer out doctor” or the “plug and chug doctor.” The “Refer out doctor” The “refer out doctor” does just that. The doctor has you show up at their clinic, you fill out paperwork wait in either the waiting room or a back room for an extended period of time to be spoken to by t

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