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Spring Allergy Relief Available Now at Lynch Chiropractic Center

20:00 EDT 6 Jun 2015 | Globe Newswire

LEXINGTON, Ky., June 7, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Lynch Chiropractic Center seeks to educate Lexington area residents about the possibilities chiropractic care and wellness treatment present when it comes to allergy relief. The practice of chiropractic medicine touches many disciplines and is devoted, in many ways, to holistic health and overall wellness. While this often begins with education about preventative measures, most seasonal allergy sufferers can do little to prevent their allergens from coming around each spring, and sometimes in the fall. But, there are things they can do to prevent the symptoms from having such a profound impact on how they live their lives during allergy season.

"Most people think allergies are something that must be suffered through or that they have little choice but to take powerful medications with unattractive side effects in order to treat them, but that doesn't have to be the case," says Dr. Kevin Lynch of Lynch Chiropractic Center.

Dr. Lynch would like to reach a point where few, if any, people suffered from the worst symptoms of seasonal allergies and points out there are many ways in which chiropractic wellness care can help many people not only cope with springtime allergy symptoms, but in many cases eliminate them.

"Because chiropractic care is about whole body health, the treatments address the internal workings of the body just as much of the mechanical workings of the body so that everything is working at peak performance – that's why so many athletes swear by their chiropractors," says Dr. Lynch. "Chiropractic treatments really do help people enjoy increased blood flow and circulation that not only transport oxygen and nutrients to the locations they're needed most throughout the body, but also reduce inflammation and irritations far beneath the skin's surface."

Reduced nasal inflammation leads to patients who can breathe easier and increased blood flow helps to ensure the lungs – and the blood, which flows to all other areas of the body – are getting an adequate supply of oxygen.

Chiropractic manipulation and adjustments help to properly align the spine so that the strain on the nervous and immune systems is eliminated. This leaves the human body better prepared to fight off infections and irritations on all fronts – even allergy symptoms, which are simply the body's overreaction to an irritant. When the body is calm and free of inflammation and other irritations, it is much better prepared to resist overreacting to the usual suspects that cause seasonal allergies, like pollen, mold, and dust mites.

About Lynch Chiropractic Center

Lynch Chiropractic Center takes a different approach to medicine when compared to the average physician by treating the body to prevent illness and injury rather than offering treatments in reaction to injuries and illnesses. People in the Lexington area are encouraged to visit Lynch Chiropractic Center on Larkin Road for all their spring or seasonal allergy relief needs.

CONTACT: Lynch Chiropractic Center, 859-266-1999
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