Seizures
 
We have electricity flowing through our bodies.  The whole body is wired with electrical cords called nerves.  Not a scientist on earth can explain that…we're just born that way.  It's actually pretty amazing.  The flow of electricity in the body starts at the brainstem.  The brainstem is like the switch that turns the power in the body.  That's why it is the first thing created when we are developing in utero.  The electricity flows up to the brain and into the body through the nerve system. 
 
Unfortunately, the brainstem is not just a simple on/off switch.  It's more like a dimmer switch.  So, much like dimming the lights makes it so that there's less light in a room, dimming the brainstem makes it so that there's less life in the body. 
 
Now, electricity flows through the body like water in a stream.  It just flows and flows.  BOOM!  Something happens to dam up part of the stream.  Most of the water continues to flow, but some of the water has to fight its way around the dam.  If enough water gets backed up due to the dam, eventually you'll see a rush of water into the usual stream because it has to break through eventually…
 
BOOM!  Something happens to obstruct the flow of electricity in the body.  Most of the electrical signals continue to flow, but some of them have to fight through the obstruction.  If enough electricity gets backed up due to the obstruction, eventually there'll be a rush of electricity because it has to break through eventually…
 
An easy example of rushes of electricity in the body are muscle spasms or tingling in the hands or feet. 
 
A more extreme example is a seizure.  The only difference between a muscle spasm and a seizure is where the electricity is traveling when it breaks through the dam.  If it's traveling along the 5th cervical nerve that exits the spine in your mid-neck and runs along your shoulder to the biceps, then you'll get a muscle spasm in the biceps.  But, if it's traveling up toward the brain, a seizure, epileptic episode, or altered state of mind may occur. 
 
The lesson to be learned is that when the top bone in the spine misaligns, it dams the brainstem and the electrical signals that run through it.  Remember that the brainstem is the origin for all the nerves in the body.  The subluxation is that dam/obstruction, so when you remove it, the electricity in the body returns to its normal flow from the brain to the body.  It's that simple…