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Work can cause pain whether you have a physically demanding job or desk job.
Did you know that approximately 5 million people aged 65 and above were reported to have dementia in 2014? According to estimates, that number is predicted to rise and reach around 14 million by 2060.
Hormonal imbalances occur when there is an excess or shortage of hormones in the body. It leads to mood swings and weight gain, among others. Chiropractic care can aid in correcting these imbalances.
Even after eight hours of sleep, do you ever wake up feeling worn out or sore? If so, you are not alone. Sleep problems are common and can harm your general health and happiness. Several things can affect your sleep quality. A frequently disregarded factor is the spine's health.
Stress is something that everyone deals with daily. Even though we try our best, stress is often unavoidable. For many people, this mental tension can make relaxing almost impossible. You may sometimes experience sleeping problems and need help staying focused on tasks. Are you looking for a drug-free approach to relieving stress? Read on to find out how chiropractic care can improve mental clarity.
Chiropractic care can make you more successful at your job. Hunching over a keyboard, sitting for long periods, blue light and unhealthy snacks can ruin your spine and your health.
Winter sports can be hazardous. Snow and ice are cold and hard so you are more susceptible to falling and landing on a very hard surface.
Is it better to have a chiropractic adjustment where there is a lot of twisting and popping, or is a gentle “no crack” method better? Believe it or not,
The brain and nervous system control all other systems in the body. What does that really mean? Yes-every little thing that happens, food digestion, hormone release, immune function, breathing, heartbeat-everything is controlled by the brain and nervous system, period!...
Let’s look at what happens to your body/brain when a fire alarm goes off. So, you hear the fire alarm and maybe even smell smoke. The brain registers that and goes...