Monday,September 16,2019

The relationship between the spine and organs


The relationship between the spine and organs

By knowing the connection between the column and bodies we can understand more easily the source of many of our ailments, both physical and psychological

The column is our support and through it we can perform all our daily activities.

Each vertebra has a specific task and among all protect the central nervous system (consisting of the brain, nerves and spinal cord).

In this article we tell what the relationship between the spine and organs . It’s really interesting!

The column and its important role

The brain is responsible for sending impulses (or orders) through the bone and spinal nerves to every cell in the body knows what to do. In this way all vital functions are maintained.

The backbone is responsible for protecting this system of communication between mind and organs .

For this reason, when there is a displacement of vertebrae, however small, a nerve is compressed and becomes an obstacle to the messages reach the recipient.

Thus the overall functioning of the body depends on the column.

The vertebrae and their relationship with emotions and disease

Back pain is so common that no longer surprises us. It may be due to spend hours sitting in front of a computer, sleeping badly or lifting heavy objects.

Did you know that contractures are also related to feelings and emotions?

 Overloading on the back has a lot to do with how we feel. Each part of the spine has a correspondence with an organ, an emotion and an ailment.

Cervical area

It is located between the skull and shoulders and is composed of 7 vertebrae (to represent them, each accompanied with a cervical C and a number to recognize).

The cervical area reflects the energy center , openness to life and communication.

  • C1: is the support and balance of the head. When it is pressed causes headaches, trouble expressing emotions or nervous system disorders.
  • C2: Connect to the eyes, nose and smell. Being rigid we can not say what happens to us.
  • C3: It is related to bones , nerves, skin and face. It is known as “the solitary cervical”.
  • C4, C5 and C6: They work together. Therefore, when one has problems affects the other . It is related to the thyroid gland, vocal cords, throat and mouth. Also shoulders.
  • C7: The last of the cervical exerts its pressure on the shoulders, elbows and¬†hands .


It consists of 12 vertebrae and goes from the shoulders to the waist.

Here are the most important organs and when any of the ridges is pressed translates into a bad life functioning, as well as a lack of energy to the lower limbs.

  • D1: It is reflected in the fingertips, elbows and breathing (and hence asthma or lung disease).
  • D2: This is the vertebra of the heart and lungs, but also emotions and feelings.
  • D3: It is related to the chest and breathing. When we feel a tightness in that area it translates to emotional and physical level.
  • D4: have contact with the gall bladder as well as desires, temptations and pleasures. Being in the center of the body has the task of balancing our day.
  • D5: Blood circulation and liver are represented by this vertebra. And load controls our actions and problems.
  • D6: Enables self-criticism and acceptance of what happens. In addition, the sixth ridge is related to the stomach.
  • D7: It is attached to the pancreas and duodenum. In turn, it is responsible for reminding us that we have to sleep and relax.
  • D8: It houses the insecurities and fears and connects with blood and spleen. It is related to pain in the diaphragm.
  • D9: If there are problems in this vertebra allergies occur and emotions become stronger. It is linked to the adrenal glands.
  • D10 and D11: They are related to the kidneys, nerves, tensions and insecurities.
  • D12 is very important because it connects with the colon, the large intestine, joints and lymphatic system. In women also with the fallopian tubes . As for feelings, it is linked with envy and criticism.


Lumbar are 5 and often quite hurt when we do not keep a good posture when sitting or doing too hard day. They are the backbone of our top and communicating with the bottom.

It is related to sexuality and self-confidence.

  • L1: Connect to the intestines and their imbalance causes constipation and indigestion. Canaliza impotence and internal conflicts.
  • L2: Relate the abdomen and legs. When we feel down or overloaded alone .
  • L3: This is the vertebra of the genital and urinary system. Also of the joints (especially the knees).
  • L4: In men with prostate connects. It may also reflect problems in the sciatic nerve.
  • L5: is reflected in the knees , feet and legs.

Sacral area

Finally, this area consists of 5 vertebrae and is linked to the sexual desires, security and control (S1 to S3). S4 and S5 vertebrae reflect kidney problems, infertility, hormonal imbalances, poor circulation or obesity .