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A few new ideas have come to mind that I would like to share. The Occipital lobes of your brain are on the back part of your skull. If you take your finger and run it up the back of your neck, you will run into the base of your skull. Under that are the Occipital lobes (right and left) of your Brain. Some of the main functions of the Occipital lobes are to control memory, sight and association.
If you’ve ever hit or been hit in the forehead, you may have pushed your occipital bone down onto your occipital lobe. If you’ve ever stood up and hit the back of your head or been in a car wreck, you may have shifted that occipital shelf. Symptoms could include headaches, vision problems, random memory loss, confusion, abnormal thought patterns, personality change, inability to retain or recall information, pain, discomfort and misery.
Seek a chiropractor who can adjust that part of your skull.
Your muscles are 70% water. Being dehydrated makes muscles constrict. If your trapezius muscle in your upper back starts constricting from dehydration, guess where it attaches as it moves up your spine and around the cervical part of your neck; right at the base of your skull. The pulling force can be more than enough to pull the skull down on top of those occipital lobes. Drink water!
If your medical doctor has told you that your child only has a slight curvature of his or her spine and you should just wait and see. DON’T. That curve is pulling on all of the muscles and ligaments that run all the way up the spine. You do the math (so to speak.)
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