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What should you do after chiropractic treatment?

In a previous post, we explained why you don't need to be afraid of me and what you can expect from a treatment. We also talked about when you should see a chiropractor, but what we haven't talked about is what you should do after chiropractic treatment to feel better? Find out in this article!

The road to health

If you've recently decided to turn to a chiropractor - overcoming unnecessary fear - then
you have taken the first step towards a healthier physical and mental state. But what do you do after treatment?
We've put together a list of what to look out for and what you can do to make your treatment more enjoyable and more effective.

Give your body time to rest

Relatively many people condense their "treats" and come to me for chiropractic care that day
or the next day they go to the masseur, to the gym, to some kind of workout, or to the sauna. This is not
is definitely a good idea (we're not saying it's forbidden or that you shouldn't do it), but it's better to let your body and soul
to relax a little. Rest on the day of the treatment and afterwards.

Try to sleep more and differently

Neck and back pain is most often attributed to office work (bad footing) but there are
one more thing to remember: sleep well. A large percentage of people sleep on their backs with their
a cushion around your neck: in this unnatural position, it's easy to get a sore head in the morning
your back, your neck, even wake up with a headache. Just as you can if you sleep on your stomach. Good sleep means
get a pillow that you can sleep on, especially when turned sideways. This way, your spine is supported
is in the right position, your sleep is more restful. Also make sure you get 8 hours of sleep a day (at least) and
it's not worth 3-4 hours a week and then 20 hours on the weekend.

Drink plenty of water, but in moderation

We seem to contradict ourselves in a single sentence, but we don't. A billion times
you have heard to drink plenty of water: sip even when you are not thirsty. You also know that
why you should do it: for hydration. But how much is too much? Well, the average person can easily get by on 1.5 litres
with water a day. That's about how much you drink if you don't make sure you drink "a lot". But a lot is
not 5 litres, because that puts a strain on your kidneys. A lot of water is about 2.5-3 litres. Optimal hydration is always good
but after chiropractic treatment, it's even more important to stay hydrated. It's best to
you drink immediately after the treatment.

Don't sit for long periods!

I understand that you can't get up and walk for 5 minutes during a world-changing meeting that lasts several hours.
so as not to strain your spine. In fact, you have to be conscious of this because it's hard to
to interrupt the work: because about now - I've been writing this article for more than 1 hour - I also
I should get up and go for a walk, stretch (and I will).
trying to lighten the load on your spine and neck can help you to avoid having to
live with pain. Even better is to exercise 30 (that's a reasonable amount, isn't it?) minutes a day.

Come to see me regularly

Is it like advertising myself? But I'm not, I'm encouraging you to listen
and don't just come to see me when it really hurts. I will help you, but you deserve it
(and your body) to be regularly updated.
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Péter Tamás Zborai

My name is Tamás Zborai, I am a chiropractor and manual therapist. I can help you with exactly what you are here for! I will take away your pain and even after just one treatment, I will give you back the pleasure of pain-free life and movement.
Picture of Zborai Tamás Péter

Péter Tamás Zborai

My name is Tamás Zborai, I am a chiropractor and manual therapist. I can help you with exactly what you are here for! I will take away your pain and even after just one treatment, I will give you back the pleasure of pain-free life and movement.

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