Our body is in a constant battle against the internal and external invasive stressors that try to break down the intelligently organized cells and tissues that produce harmony and function for our overall well-being.

The ability to move away from these distractive forces isn’t easy. Life is demanding and ever stronger in its ability to potentially cause harm to our well-being. 

Stress can take your state of well-being from great to good and from good to average. After being in an average state of well-being, it’s not too long before the stress and demands can alter your physiological ability to adapt to invasive forces. “Average” is the last place you want your physiology, it’s one of the most dangerous states. You may feel fine, but inside the ability to keep up with life is not sufficient. 

If you don’t like how your quality of life is functioning, take a step backwards and look internally at how the physiology functions within a state of principle or laws. 

Our life is full of laws that govern the way in which things work. One of these laws or principles is the ideal state of well-being that exists within the human body.

An ideal state of well-being can be viewed through the principle or law of supply and demand since we can physically measure it.

The law of supply and demand can be used to describe healing from the demands of the daily stress and toll on our well-being. Healing in the aspect of how the weak, sick and dying cells are replaced by strong, healthy and functioning cells. 

This law can be used to conceptualize how your body can heal according to the supply of the body’s life sustaining forces to coordinate an ideal state of well-being. 

So, how does the body supply healing? 

Healing is a complex and physiological conversation, but in short, it’s the body’s inner wisdom that coordinates the replacement of weak, sick cells with strong, healthy cells through the neurological system. 

The body is made up of an estimated 70 trillion cells and every one of them is working for the greater good of the body to function in a complete normal state of well-being. 

When one of those cells is unable to keep up with the demands of normal function, the innate intelligence within the body will recognize that the cell cannot keep up and replace it with new stronger cells.

This is seen in exercise. When you push your muscle tissues to the max, they break down and are replaced with stronger healthier muscle tissue to adapt to the next work out.

Supply and demand is a principle of healing within the body and is in constant flux and stability based on the body’s inner wisdom to keep the trillions of cells within you working together through coordination and well-being.

Every second and minute of the day, your body is constantly striving for an ideal state of well-being by defending and adapting to stress to turn the not so good stress into constructive means for the body. 

This power to be constructive and adapt to what is destructive is coordinated through your neurological system. Your brain and nerves send impulses to all parts of your body, keeping your biochemistry in a state of balance and ready for the next challenge through supply and demand.

Stress is everywhere and the more aware of it we are, the better we can adapt to it. If your quality of life is not keeping up with the demands you’re placing on your body, integrate ways to create healthier habits that promote vitality, well-being and healing. 

Life is complicated, keep health and well-being simple. Choose habits that promote well-being: exercise, rest, clean water, nutrient filled food, meditation, adaptation to life’s stress. 

All things equal, supplying your body with simple and smart choices that promote health, healing and well-being can give you a competitive advantage for the demands on keeping your quality of life in equilibrium.

Regular chiropractic care can be a part of your journey towards a higher quality of life!

Trent Scheidecker, DC


Trent Scheidecker, DC | ChiroWay of Woodbury | Owner & Chiropractor
Trent Scheidecker, DC frequently visited his chiropractor when he was in high school and knew the benefits he experienced were worth the time and investment to become a chiropractor. He wanted to help his community experience a higher quality of life through regular chiropractic care. In 2010 Trent founded ChiroWay in Woodbury and since that time has served over 3,000 clients. He has been named “Best of Woodbury” in Woodbury Magazine seven times. Trent has also mentored colleagues in practice and franchised ChiroWay in 2012. Today, there are 8 ChiroWay locations throughout Minnesota.