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A Healthy Spine is Key to a Healthy Body

Ceragem concentrates its study on the spine since it’s the centre of the body.

Did you know?

  • The spinal nerves and organs are connected.
  • The spine is the most important organ that supports our body and protects the spinal cord that is connected to our nerves.
  • Cervical
    Cervical Vertebral
  • Thoracic
    Thoracic Vertebrae
  • Lumbar
    Lumbar Vertebrae
  • Sacral
    Sacrum
  • Coccyx
    Coccyx
Cervical

Cervical Vertebral

  • Cervical Spine affects blood supply to the headHeadCervical Spine #1 affects blood supply to the head, pituitary gland, scalp, facial bones, brain, inner ear and middle ear.
  • Cervical Spine affects blood supply to the headEyeCervical Spine #2 affects the eyes, visual nerves, auditory nerves, veins, tongue, and forehead.
  • Cervical Spine affects blood supply to the headThe teethCervical Spine #3 affects cheeks, outer ear, facial bones, teeth, etc.
  • Cervical Spine affects blood supply to the headNoseCervical vertebrae No. 4 affects the nose, lips, mouth, ears.
  • Cervical Spine affects blood supply to the headVocal CordCervical Spine #5 affects the vocal cords, pharynx, etc.
  • Cervical Spine affects blood supply to the headThe NeckCervical Spine #6 affects neck muscles, shoulders, tonsils, etc.
  • Cervical Spine affects blood supply to the headShoulderCervical Spine #7 affects the thyroid gland, shoulder synovial bag, and elbow.
Thoracic

Thoracic Vertebrae

  • hand cervical vertebralHandThoracic Vertebra #1 affects the part of the arm under the elbow, including the hand, wrist, and fingers, and the esophagus and bronchi.
  • hand cervical vertebralHeartThoracic Vertebra #2 affects the heart, coronary arteries, etc.
  • hand cervical vertebralLungThoracic Vertebra #3 affects the lungs, bronchi, pleura and chest.
  • hand cervical vertebralGallbladderThoracic Vertebrae No. 4 affects gallbladder.
  • hand cervical vertebralLiverThoracic Vertebra #5 affects the liver, celiac plexus, abdominal nerve freezing, blood circulation, etc.
  • hand cervical vertebralStomachThoracic Vertebra #6 affects the stomach.
  • hand cervical vertebralPancreaticThoracic Vertebra #7 affects the pancreas, glands, etc.
  • hand cervical vertebralSpleenThoracic Vertebra #8 affects the spleen.
  • hand cervical vertebralAdrenalThoracic Vertebra #9 affects the adrenal glands, etc.
  • Kidney cervical vertebralKidneyThoracic Vertebra #10 affects the kidney.
  • Ureteral cervical vertebralUreteralThoracic Vertebra #11 affects kidney, ureter, etc.
  • small intestine cervical vertebralSmall
    intestine
    Thoracic Vertebra #12 affects small intestines, lymph circulation etc.
Lumbar

Lumbar Vertebrae

  • large intestine cervical vertebralLarge
    intestine
    Lumbar Spine #1 affects the large intestines.
  • Abdominal cervical vertebralAbdominalLumbar Spine #2 affects the bumps, abdomen and upper legs.
  • Genital cervical vertebralGenitalLumbar Spine #3 affects the genitals, uterus, bladder and knees.
  • Prostate cervical vertebralProstateLumbar Spine #4 affects the prostate gland, muscles of the lower back, and craninal nerves.
  • Foot cervical vertebralFootLumbar Spine #5 affects the lower legs, ankles, foot, etc.
Sacral

Sacral

  • Hip cervical VertebralHipSacral impacts on the sciatic, hip, etc.
Coccyx

Coccyx

  • large intestine cervical vertebralAnalProlapse affects the rectum, anus, etc.

#1 The Importance of Spine

Why is Spine Important?

The spine protects the central nervous system, the brain and spinal cord. In addition, it supports the autonomic nerve that coordinates the functioning of the body, which further protects the entire human body.

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#1 The Importance of Spine
#2 The Need for Spine Care

#2 The Need for Spine Care

Your Spine Can Never Stand Alone!

Since the spine is connected to the surrounding nervous system, muscle, fascia, and ligaments in a grid form, it can reliably support weight against gravity. When you sit or stand for a long period of time, it causes more pressure on the nerves as compared to the posture when you lie down. Therefore, the wrong habits and postures cause scoliosis and spinal pain.

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#3 The Correct Posture

How to Relax Your Spine?

The spinal cord must be given proper rest where both the parts of the body, i.e. upper and lower, lie down properly. Lying down in the correct posture and stretching the spine disk space reduces the pressure on the disk and relieves nerve pressure. It not only reduces the nerve excitement but smoothens the blood flow of brain arteries and reduces the fast-pacing heart rate. Also, the warmth of the heat increases the core temperature and induces mental and physical relaxation.
* This information is based on Ceragem Korea.