EXERCISE AT LEAST THREE DAYS A WEEK

Exercise, Health, Uncategorized
What if you treated a date like you treated your body. Would the date end with a good night kiss or a nice punch to the kisser? Most of us (except for those choice few who have this healthy habit down) struggle with exercising on a regular basis (regular being at least three days a week). There are always other things in life we could and usually end up doing instead of working out; whether it is working, taking care of family, school work, taking care of others, or catching the next best TV program. The result is the same, exercise is put on the back burner and chances are that we will end up with a good night punch instead of a good night kiss.So challenge yourself to work out, exercise,…
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Suggestions for Spinal Correction

Suggestions for Spinal Correction

Health, Uncategorized
Suggestions to Follow During Spinal Correction Avoid rubbing, probing, or “poking” in the areas your doctor adjusts. Avoid sudden twists or turns of movement beyond normal limits of motion, especially of the neck. Avoid extreme bending of your spine in any direction; avoid stretching, reaching or other overhead work. Be particularly careful when brushing or shampooing your hair. Avoid bending or stooping sharply to pick up objects; rather, bend your knees to minimize the strain on your lower back. When lifting, keep your back straight; bend your knees and let your legs bear the strain. Hold the object lifted as close to your body as possible. When bathing, sit rather than recline in the tub. Lying back against the tub may cause a vertebra to slip out of its normal position. If you are…
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GETTING THE SLEEP YOU NEED

Health, Sleep, Uncategorized
Okay let’s get down to the nitty-gritty of sleep deprivation statistics and studies. Cranky and irritable?A study from the University of California, Berkeley, and Harvard Medical School found that cranky and irritable moods is your brains way of telling you it is time to sleep. The first neurological probe into the emotional brain without sleep has found evidence that sleep deprivation causes our emotions to go haywire. –USA today October 22, 2007 (I don’t think any of us are surprised by this.)According to the US Department of Labor the vast majority of people are sleeping far less than the recommended 7 to 9 hours and therefore are not getting enough sleep to maintain optimal health and peak productivity. To show you how important sleep is below is list of the…
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GETTING THE SLEEP YOU NEED

Health, Sleep, Uncategorized
Okay let’s get down to the nitty-gritty of sleep deprivation statistics and studies. Cranky and irritable?A study from the University of California, Berkeley, and Harvard Medical School found that cranky and irritable moods is your brains way of telling you it is time to sleep. The first neurological probe into the emotional brain without sleep has found evidence that sleep deprivation causes our emotions to go haywire. –USA today October 22, 2007 (I don’t think any of us are surprised by this.)According to the US Department of Labor the vast majority of people are sleeping far less than the recommended 7 to 9 hours and therefore are not getting enough sleep to maintain optimal health and peak productivity. To show you how important sleep is below is list of the…
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Ask Dr. Judi: Preventing and Treating the Flu and Other Viruses Naturally

Health, Medicine, Research we Recommend, Supplements, Uncategorized
Dr. Judith Moore is a truly remarkable woman, and an extremely talented Holistic and Integrative Medicine physician. I wanted to share this great article she wrote about preventing illness.  So many times we don't take the responsibility for our own health, but there are so many things that we can do to help our immune system stay strong throughout the cold and flu season. Also, a reminder that Chiropractic adjustments keep your body functioning at its highest possible level.  Studies have shown that those under regular chiropractic care get sick less frequently than those who are not under regular care.
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