Wellki. Lifestyle. Health. Community. Plain and simple, your body needs to have a period of recovery following a workout, both to give you the rest you deserve from the energy extended, as well as to repair itself from the beating you just gave it. But is that enough to recover, and to counteract the potential long-term effects of all that exercising?
Thanks to all the constant motion, impact, and body mechanics of load lifting (weight training) involved during exercise, there’s a chance that over a period of time, the structure of your body can be out of alignment. There’s quite a few bones in the human body, and with it comes joints, ligaments, muscles and everything else that holds everything together. And during these slight shifts, your body is coming out of alignment. For your muscles, it’s always good to massage out any soreness, but what about your joints and joint connective tissue? In that event, one of your options, and speaking from experience a GREAT option, is seeking the attention and care of a good, licensed doctor of chiropractic care. I recently took a trip to West End Chiropractic in lovely St. Louis Park, MN, along with Wellki Chief Editor Nick Nelson. While there, Nick was able to go through an initial client consultation with Dr. Dana Schomberg, getting a full rundown of what chiropractic care entails — including the benefits of regular visits to help your body stay fully aligned. This video can also fall under the category of ASMR. ASMR, or autonomous sensory meridian response, is a phenomenon that uses tingle triggers to initiate a tingling sensation that can be described as brain tingles, head tingles, spine tingle, brain massage and even brain orgasm or head orgasm. There are many types of intentional ASMR including, but not limited to, soft spoken ASMR, whisper ASMR, gentile whisper ASMR, role playing ASMR. Unintentional ASMR is also popular, with categories like medical ASMR, chiropractic ASMR, massage ASMR, salon ASMR, shave ASMR, head massage ASMR, clinical ASMR, scalp massage ASMR, painting ASMR, cooking ASMR, eye exam ASMR, and instructional video ASMR.