The main breaker is your atlas, the first cervical vertebra. When it is subluxated it will affect the entire electrical system of your body damaging communication, function, and health anywhere and sometimes everywhere. The other 23 breakers are the remaining vertebrae. When subluxated they will damage the electrical system passing through that portion of the spine leading to more localized damage. As an analogy I would rather have some of my lights out rather than to have my refrigerator out, and I would certainly rather have any portion of my power out than the entire house. But what I really want is for all my household appliances and lights to be able work at 100%, just as I want every part of my body to work at 100%. Think about it, anything less than 100% function will some day, sooner or later, now or in the future, lead to a reduced quality of life and a premature death. It really is as simple as that.
As I talk about being subluxation free and the idea of wellness and the role that your spinal breaker box plays in your health I thought I would make a quick partial list of those conditions we have seen in the literature that can be caused, aggravated, or accelerated by subluxation. Keep in mind this list does not include pain syndromes and spinal degeneration.
Here we go. Stomach disease, lung disease, liver disease, gallstones, pancreatic disease, disorders of the spleen, kidney disease, prostate and bladder disease, uterine conditions, heart disease, constipation, digestive pain, ulcers, asthma, tonsillitis, breathing problems, migraine, vertigo/dizziness, diminished mental potential, mental illness, motor deficits, hypertension, anxiety, carpel tunnel, headaches, disturbed sleep, nervousness, reduced information processing, delayed labor and delivery, breech presentation, menstrual pain, amenorrhea (loss of period), painful periods, allergies, impaired vision, impaired hearing, depression, reduced athletic performance, less agility, less power, slower reaction time, some diabetes, ear infections, infantile failure to thrive, congenital torticollis, colic, bed-wetting, tonsillitis, behavioral problems, decreased I.Q., seizures, and that’s only a partial list. Your breaker box is pretty important it would seem.