A new season is in the air, but so are a multitude of allergens. Those of you who suffer from allergies may be desperate but are not alone. Did you know that approximately 50 million adults, children, and elderly all over the United States are affected by allergies?
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Did you know you can do one right thing in this very moment to feel and look better? You don’t have to change your diet, take on a new exercise, or buy the latest wonder drug. Just pay attention to your posture. Did you straighten up just now? Good. Let us will show you how work is ruining your posture and what you can do about it.
As the fall season ramps up, people are more likely to come down with colds and the flu. Getting sick is never fun, as it interferes our work, our school, and even our routine daily activities.
Some people want to work from home and some people had working from home thrust upon them. Either way, your daily work routine likely looks very different these days. Here are the best 5 stretches to do at home to prevent or ease neck and back pain.
You may have seen aesthetic images on your Instagram or Facebook feed of athletes and health-conscious people raving about its benefits. Cupping is nothing new, in fact, it has been used by the Egyptians since 1500 BC!
A muscle knot is a point in a muscle where contracted fibers can not release. They are usually painful and if left untreated can cause restriction through the joints. At lot of times however, people simply live with their knots and a life of restriction and pain becomes their norm.
1 in 5 Americans struggle with some type of mental illness. What's even more shocking is that about 42 million Americans live with anxiety and about 16 million struggle with depression. So how do adjustments go hand in hand with easing your anxiety and reducing depression?
Chiropractic care is about more than just relieving pain. Yes, routine chiropractic treatments certainly help reduce neck pain, lower back pain, headaches, and other common maladies. And that is a great thing.
Ever since the development of cell-phones, tablets, and e-readers, people are always looking down - checking their e-mails, reading, and browsing social media. This epidemic affects the millions who, unknowingly, spend hours with their backs hunched and their necks bent forward.
In the midst of our very hectic lives- we often overlook our day to day aches and pains and how they can potentially slow us down. Yoga has been proven to help strengthen muscles, increase balance, and increase flexibility. Remember, if you are unable to perform the pose or stretch, there are always modifications to help prevent injury.